Photos: Top 10 Messiest Band Breakups

The Beatles: Everyone blamed Yoko for getting in between the band, but there was inner turmoil between the members that was also to blame for their final year together in 1969.
The Beatles: Everyone blamed Yoko for getting in between the band, but there was inner turmoil between the members that was also to blame for their final year together in 1969.
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The Supremes: The 'Dreamgirls' story of the all girl group spiraled to a messy disbandment once Diana Ross announced her solo career in 1969.
The Supremes: The 'Dreamgirls' story of the all girl group spiraled to a messy disbandment once Diana Ross announced her solo career in 1969.
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The Eagles: After a heated feud at a Long Beach concert, band matesTimothy B. Schmit, Don Henley, Glenn Frey and Don Felder split up with Henly exclaiming they would only reunite "when hell freezes over." Things must have settled, because 14 years later The Eagles reunited for a tour and live album 'Hell Freezes Over.'
The Eagles: After a heated feud at a Long Beach concert, band matesTimothy B. Schmit, Don Henley, Glenn Frey and Don Felder split up with Henly exclaiming they would only reunite "when hell freezes over." Things must have settled, because 14 years later The Eagles reunited for a tour and live album 'Hell Freezes Over.'
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Fleetwood Mac: After the crumble of two couples within the group, growing personal tensions and drugs/alcohol use lead to an amazing album 'Rumours' but also the eventual hiatus of the group.
Fleetwood Mac: After the crumble of two couples within the group, growing personal tensions and drugs/alcohol use lead to an amazing album 'Rumours' but also the eventual hiatus of the group.
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Blondie: With all the attention on Blondie's frontwoman Debbie Harry, jealousy within the group lead to its breakup in 1982. There was even bad blood between members during their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction
Blondie: With all the attention on Blondie's frontwoman Debbie Harry, jealousy within the group lead to its breakup in 1982. There was even bad blood between members during their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction
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Creedence Clearwater Revival: John Fogerty's songwriting became questionable and lead to his brother Tom departing the band and the end of CCR from there.
Creedence Clearwater Revival: John Fogerty's songwriting became questionable and lead to his brother Tom departing the band and the end of CCR from there.
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Aerosmith: Things were a bit rocky between frontman Steven Tyler and the rest of the band last year when Joe Perry's tweet "looking for a new singer to work with" lead to speculation that Tyler quit. Tyler later squashed those rumors later on by making a surprise appearence with Perry and announcing "I am not leaving Aerosmith"
Aerosmith: Things were a bit rocky between frontman Steven Tyler and the rest of the band last year when Joe Perry's tweet "looking for a new singer to work with" lead to speculation that Tyler quit. Tyler later squashed those rumors later on by making a surprise appearence with Perry and announcing "I am not leaving Aerosmith"
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The Police: The band disbanded in 1987 to pursue solo careers, but later reunited in 2006. There has always been tension within the group with drummer Stewert Copeland saying "We play nicely for two or three days, and then we start to get on each others' nerves, then have a screaming match, and then we hug and kiss, and then we play even better."
The Police: The band disbanded in 1987 to pursue solo careers, but later reunited in 2006. There has always been tension within the group with drummer Stewert Copeland saying "We play nicely for two or three days, and then we start to get on each others' nerves, then have a screaming match, and then we hug and kiss, and then we play even better."
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Simon & Garfunkel: The folk duo has split two different times only to reform for performances, but they don't hide their love-hate professional relationship.
Simon & Garfunkel: The folk duo has split two different times only to reform for performances, but they don't hide their love-hate professional relationship.
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The Doors: After Jim Morrison's death in 1971, the group deteriorated until members Robby Krieger and Ray Manzarek reformed as the Doors of the 21st Century in 2002. Drummer John Densmore sued the band for the use of the Doors name a year later.
The Doors: After Jim Morrison's death in 1971, the group deteriorated until members Robby Krieger and Ray Manzarek reformed as the Doors of the 21st Century in 2002. Drummer John Densmore sued the band for the use of the Doors name a year later.
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