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Single Stories: Echo and the Bunnymen, THE KILLING MOON

A look inside the tune Ian McCulloch calls "the greatest song ever written."
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Single Stories: Paramore, AIN'T IT FUN

How Hayley Williams beat herself up all the way to a Grammy nomination.
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Single Stories: Mud, LONELY THIS CHRISTMAS

The Elvis Presley parody snatched the coveted UK Christmas #1 single for 1974.
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Single Stories: Eagles, SEVEN BRIDGES ROAD

The beloved Steve Young composition was made famous by Eagles' five-part harmonies.
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Single Stories: Harry Chapin, CAT'S IN THE CRADLE

The song was Chapin's only #1 hit on the Hot 100.
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Single Stories: Yes, ROUNDABOUT

How to turn an eight-minute prog-rock suite into a three-minute pop hit.
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Single Stories: Arlo Guthrie, ALICE'S RESTAURANT MASSACREE

The 18+ minute track is still a Thanksgiving tradition on FM rock radio.
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Single Stories: The Doobie Brothers, JESUS IS JUST ALRIGHT and BLACK WATER

Both singles were released on November 15--just two years apart.
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Single Stories: Gordon Lightfoot, SUNDOWN

The lover's lament hit #1 on the Hot 100 in the summer of '74.
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