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    27 Of History's Most Iconic Rock Stars As Youngsters

    “You can neither win nor lose if you don't run the race.” —David Bowie

    1. David Bowie

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    2. Jimi Hendrix

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    3. Janis Joplin

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    4. Jim Morrison

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    5. Amy Winehouse

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    6. John Lennon

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    7. Kurt Cobain

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    8. Elvis Presley

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    9. Prince

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    10. Stevie Nicks

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    11. Freddie Mercury

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    12. Paul McCartney

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    13. Debbie Harry

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    14. Ozzy Osbourne

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    15. Steven Tyler

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    16. Jimmy Page

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    17. Björk

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    18. Iggy Pop

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    19. Patti Smith

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    20. Lou Reed
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    21. Johnny Cash

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    22. Robert Plant

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    23. Bob Dylan

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    24. Courtney Love

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    25. John Lydon aka Johnny Rotten

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    26. Bruce Springsteen

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    27. Mick Jagger

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