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Billy Idol's latest or related album is Billy Idol - Greatest Hits
Which is released on 2001-03-27 from record company Capitol.
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tix on sale: Atoms For Peace, METZ, JEFF the Brotherhood, Memory Tapes, Dick Dale, Billy Idol, Eleanor Friedberger, more - Source: Brooklyn Vegan Tickets for the Atoms For Peace show at Barclays Center go on Live Nation/LN Mobile App presale today at 10 AM (anyone know the password?).
Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Slash and Billy Idol Rock for Children's Charity - Source: Rolling Stone A West Hollywood clothing store on a Sunday afternoon might not seem very rock & roll.
Adam Sandler sings with Billy Idol at holiday party - Source: Daily Express - London - UK
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Billy Idol (born William Michael Albert Broad on November 30, 1955 in Middlesex, England) is an English musician. Idol lived in worthing before attending Sussex University for only a year before joining the bromley contingent of keen Sex Pistols fans. During this period, Idol decided to become a musician and formed a band called Generation X in 1976. Generation X signed to Chrysalis Records and released three successful albums before breaking up. Idol moved to new york City and began working as a solo artist and working with Steve Stevens, soon becoming MTV staples with “White Wedding” and “Dancing With Myself,” the latter of which had originally been recorded with Generation X. Idol’s second LP, Rebel Yell (1984) was a blockbuster success, and established Idol’s superstar status in the usa with singles like “Eyes Without a Face,” “Flesh For Fantasy,” and the title cut. Idol did not release a new album until 1986; Whiplash Smile sold very well and proved to be a smash, including the hits “To Be a Lover,” “Don’t Need A Gun,” and the Country-flavored “Sweet Sixteen.” Stevens soon left for a solo career and Idol continued. A live cover of Tommy James’ “Mony Mony” (the studio version of which was an Idol staple from early on) did well on MTV. Learn more about Billy Idol