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Good 'Ol Hair Daze

Hairdos you could never forget (but probably tried to)

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    Led Zeppelin must have gone to a bootleg version of DryBar for these blowouts back in 1969. Listen to Led Zeppelin on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    David Lee Roth a la '70s - check out that lion's mane! Rawr! Listen to David Lee Roth on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    In 1970, Black Sabbath rocked the 'Middle Part.' Listen to Black Sabbath on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    Brad Delp from Boston really should've invested in some 'anti-frizz' hair care products (1970). Listen to Boston on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    Grand Funk Railroad, sporting hair styles from the 40s, 50s, 60s & 70s (1973). Listen to Dolly Parton on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    KISS definitely liked to 'Rock And Roll All Night' by the looks of their hair (1974). Listen to KISS on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    The guys of Queen used so much hairspray that a hat couldn't fit properly on top of their heads (1975). Listen to Queen on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    Mick Jagger's moves made up for these hairstyles (The Rolling Stones, 1975). Listen to The Rolling Stones on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    Peter Frampton made it known that curly bangs wouldn't be trendy for long after 1976. Listen to Peter Frampton on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    Pretty sure that Van Halen's song 'Everybody Wants Some' wasn't written about these hairstyles (1978). Listen to Van Halen on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    Foreigner performing their hit Hair Ga... 'Head Games' back in 1978. Listen to Foreigner on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    Journey showing us the difference between healthy, luscious locks and curly, frizzy afros (1979). Listen to Journey on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    REO Speedwagon should've slowed down before making these hair style decisions (1979). Listen to REO Speedwagon on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    David Coverdale from Whitesnake looks like he could've been on the front page of CoverGirl (1980). Listen to Whitesnake on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    Angus Young from AC/DC rocking his 'beach hair' in 1980. Listen to AC/DC on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    Quiet Riot making a bold statement with these haircuts (1983). Listen to Quiet Riot on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    It is very likely that everyone's Moms rocked one of these hairstyles (Motley Crue, 1983). Listen to Motley Crue on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    It would be no coincidence if the guys of Twisted Sister were the inspiration for Herbal Essences' Totally Twisted Curls & Waves Shampoo (1983). Listen to Twisted Sister on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    Typical hairstyles of the 80s (Night Ranger, 1983). Listen to Night Ranger on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    This can be compared to a photo shoot from "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" (Ratt, 1984). Listen to Ratt on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    Two words... Bed Hair (The Scorpions, 1984). Listen to Scorpions on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    Cinderella definitely shows us what attitude is with these hairstyles (1986). Listen to Cinderella on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    Fabio would've fit right in with White Lion (1987). Listen to White Lion on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    Aerosmith's Steven Tyler paired up revealing suspenders with his Aunt's favorite haircut very nicely (1987). Listen to Aerosmith on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    Guns N' Roses showing off their 'fly-a-ways' (1987). Listen to Guns N' Roses on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    Doesn't look like Warrant had any authorization for these hairdos (1989). Listen to Warrant on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    Jon Bon Jovi showing off the quintessential comb over (1989). Listen to Jon Bon Jovi on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    Photo 28 of 31 Looks like the guys of Def Leppard probably never owned any hairbrushes (1989). Listen to Def Leppard on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    This one is called the 'mullet/upside-down ombre' (Dokken, 1990). Listen to Dokken on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    Extreme displaying luscious and healthy locks (1990). Listen to Extreme on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images
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    And finally, we can all thank Bret Michaels (from Poison) for the over sized head bands that are currently in style, sported here in 1991. Listen to Poison on iHeartRadio Photo: Getty Images