What happened today on July 5 in the world of rock and metal?
July 5, 1988 The fourth studio album "South of Heaven" is released.
July 5, 2005 The fourth greatest hits compilation "The Essential Iron Maiden" is released.
July 5, 1972 The fourth solo album "Waka/Jawaka" is released.
July 5, 1988 "Historia", a compilation video released by Def Leppard containing all the band's promotional videos from 1980 to 1988.
July 5, 1993 The eighth studio album by rock band U2 "Zooropa" is released.
July 5, 1986 The song "Deaf Forever" by the British heavy metal band Motörhead is released in 7" and 12" vinyl pressings.
July 5, 1969 Took place in London's Hyde Park a free concert lead by the Rolling Stones. In addition involved other British bands like Third Ear Band, King Crimson, Screw, Family and Alexis Korner's New Curch. It was the first live performance of the Stones in over two years and prepared to introduce the new guitarist, Mick Taylor and the new single from the band 'Hony Tonk Women'. However, two days before the death of Brian Jones, completely he changed the direction of the concert, becoming a tribute to Brian Jones.