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Rod knew Sex sells & Elton’s life gets clearer in Today’s Rock History!

NOVEMBER 13TH IS THE 317TH DAY OF THE YEAR. TODAY IS START A RUMOR DAY AND WORLD KINDNESS DAY!

1976

Rod Stewart’s “Tonight’s the Night” was the top tune on the Billboard Hot 100, despite being banned from the play lists of many radio stations because of its sexually suggestive lyrics

1982

After 42 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, Soft Cell’s “Tainted Love” finally falls off the chart, passing the old longevity record held by Paul Davis’ “I Go Crazy” by three weeks.

1992

Ronnie Bond, drummer for The Troggs on their 1966 hit “Wild Thing”, dies of an undisclosed illness at the age of 49.

2002

Elton John, who once claimed to own more than 4,000 pairs of glasses, announces that he planned to have Lasik eye surgery.

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