Singer Ke$ha performs during the iHeartRadio Music Festival at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas in September. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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Don't think music can make you want to drink? Try our remix.

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A Stradivarius violin is pictured in December 2009 at the restoration and research laboratory of the Musee de la Musique in Paris. Patrick Kovarik/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Stolen Stradivarius Found By Milwaukee Police

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Paul McCartney, left, and John Lennon during a November 1963 Beatles show in London. The next month, the band had its first big hit in the U.S. and Beatlemania started to sweep America. AP hide caption

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The opening of 'I Want To Hold Your Hand'

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Musician Lou Reed, for decades a rock icon, died Sunday at age 71. In 2006, he took a picture of an ad for his own photo exhibit in Naples. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Cookie Marenco records musicians on a small remote recording console live at the California Audio Show in August. She'll demonstrate the quality of DSD to the audience by playing back her recording. How close will it sound to the live performance? Very close, according to people present. Cindy Carpien hide caption

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What Does A Song That Costs $5 Sound Like?

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Mom loved him. You love him. Prince performing in 1985. Ron Wolfson/Landov hide caption

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Top hits 1980-1984 from the study: can you name them?

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Members of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir raise their voices in unison — and perhaps unify their heart rates, too. George Frey/Getty Images hide caption

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