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First Dates: Famous and Infamous Debut Singles
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Oct 5, 2012 10:45AM
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You stupid idiot you can't even spell "their" right ... that goes to show you Jim Crow idiots are just stupid and ignorant in what you believe and what you stand for ... you can't even spell and you don't even know what you believe in ... you just follow something just to have something to belong to.  Educate yourself you stupid morons!!
Nov 24, 2013 11:16AM
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Seems like yesterday!  All our troubles seemed so far away.

 

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First Dates: Famous and Infamous Debut Singles

By Michael Shilling
Special to MSN Music

By the time pop acts get huge, people assume that they always were. But is that really the case? On the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' first single, we take a look at debuts auspicious (and not). Click through Bing to discover debuts that proved promising (and others that did not).

 
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