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Madonna performs along with an unidentified dancing partner, during a concert held in the park of the town of Sceaux on August 28, 1987. Bertrand Guay/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Boost Your Mood With Pop Culture Serotonin

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Sara and Tegan Quin as they appeared in The Con's liner illustrations by Emy Storey. The 2007 album marked a critical turning point for the sisters and a touchstone for like-minded artists to follow. Emy Storey/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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"[Jonathan Demme] was sensitive to the fact that each musician had as much excitement to bring to the screen as to the music," Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth write of the director's Stop Making Sense. Richard E. Aaron/Redferns/Getty hide caption

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My Chemical Romance released its defining album, The Black Parade, on Oct. 23, 2006. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Join The Black Parade: My Chemical Romance And The Politics Of Taste

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All Songs Rewind: Breaking Up With Your Favorite Bands

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New Mix: Blood Orange, NAO, Joyce Manor, Factory Floor, More

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