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The Bands You Love Totally Hated Each Other

UNSPECIFIED - JANUARY 01:  Photo of Glenn FREY and Joe WALSH and Don HENLEY and Don FELDER and EAGLES and Randy MEISNER; L-R: Don Felder, Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Glenn Frey, Randy Meisner - posed, studio, group shot - Hotel California era  (Photo by RB/Redferns)
UNSPECIFIED - JANUARY 01: Photo of Glenn FREY and Joe WALSH and Don HENLEY and Don FELDER and EAGLES and Randy MEISNER; L-R: Don Felder, Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Glenn Frey, Randy Meisner - posed, studio, group shot - Hotel California era (Photo by RB/Redferns)

As in any profession, massive success in music won't always equate to harmony among colleagues. Just because a band becomes huge, sells millions of records, makes a tonne of cash and tours the world, doesn't necessarily mean that the members get along.

In fact, that often makes the animosity worse.

Thanks to jealousy, egos and greed, often members of the most popular bands in the world can sometimes barely stand to share the same stage and stories of their dust-ups and dress downs have always circulated like dysfunctional rock folklore.

Here's a look at how some of music's biggest bands really felt about each other.

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