Faces Retrospective Recalls Rock Excess

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When it comes to sex, booze and rock 'n' roll, the group Faces didn't just follow the cliché, they helped invent it. The hard-rocking, hard-drinking band helped propel the career of Rod Stewart. Ashley Kahn reports.

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