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Today In Music History - April 25 Today In Music History - April 25  Rascal Flatts Hit #1 With ’Unstoppable’; Godsmack's 'IV' Released; TLC's Lisa Lopes Killed; Next Hit #1 With ‘Too Close’; Mobb Deep Releases Second Album, ‘The Infamous’; Blur's ‘Parklife’ Released; Eagles' 'Hell Freezes Over' Album Recorded; Kris Kross Hit #1 With 'Jump'; U2's ‘The Joshua Tree’ Hits #1; James Brown Records ‘Sex Machine’ Song; Jackson 5 Hit #1 With 'ABC'; Elvis Hits #1 With 'Stuck On You'; Ella Fitzgerald Born


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