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The Upside: Finally -- something to talk to reporters about.
The Upside: They're back in the saddle again in 2010.
The Upside: Remember: "Death" is in the band name. Coulda been worse.
The Upside: Greatest mental hospital concert of 1969.
The Upside: Couldn't taste the hospital food.
The Upside: Heck, who remembers the Rolling Stones anyway?
The Upside: Berry returned to the studio a year later.
The Upside: Spray-painted reports of his death were greatly exaggerated.
The Upside: Gary Rossington, who survived the plane crash, can break the curse if stays healthy until December 2011.
The Upside: He miraculously survived and went on to open for -- and we don't recommend this -- Lynyrd Skynyrd.
The Upside: The resilient Mayfield was able to record one last album, 'New World Order,' by lying on his back -- the only way he could get enough air into his lungs -- and singing one line at a time.
The Upside: The blaze inspired the song 'Omaha Stylee,' which opens: "In a minute everything you have can all be straight gone."
The Upside: His inclusion on the Beatles' 'Anthology I' album finally made him rich -- 33 years after getting the most notorious pink slip in the history of rock 'n' roll.