Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on Don Henley?
A rare instance where a band’s most successful album helped lead to its demise.
How do you replace the irreplaceable? You don’t — but INXS sure tried.
Lots of bands can’t follow up a career-defining album. “The Long Run” not only fell short of “Hotel California,” but it ended The Eagles.
Glenn Frey’s sweet voice provided listeners with an escape from all of the turmoil in their lives. And yes, was he cool.
Who would have thought a concept album inspired by the Falkland Islands War would end the most successful incarnation of Pink Floyd?