<b>1998 - </b>Tori Amos releases ""Tori Amos: The Complete Collection: 1992-1998,"" a compilation of her videos. The collection contains 16 clips from the artist's four solo albums. Included are class

1998 - Tori Amos releases ""Tori Amos: The Complete Collection: 1992-1998,"" a compilation of her videos. The collection contains 16 clips from the artist's four solo albums. Included are classics such as ""Silent All These Years,"" ""God,"" and ""Caught A Lite Sneeze"" as well as videos hitherto aired only in Europe, like the stark black-and-white ""Cornflake Girl,"" and the slyly inventive ""Professional Widow.""

1998 - Retailers in the U.S. are hit with a wave of superstar releases on what the industry dubs ""Super Tuesday."" Among the sets released are Garth Brooks' ""Garth Brooks: Double Live,"" Whitney Houston's ""My Love is Your Love,"" Mariah Carey's ""#1's,"" Jewel's ""Spirit,"" and three soundtracks associated with the animated film ""The Prince of Egypt.""

1984 - Ten weeks after its first appearance in the Hot 100 at number 80, Wham!'s single, ""Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go"" reaches the No. 1 spot. George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley hold their lead for three weeks.

1980 - John Lennon's Grammy-winning ""Double Fantasy"" two-record set is released.

1975 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: ""That's the Way (I Like It),"" KC & the Sunshine Band.

1965 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: ""I Hear a Symphony,"" The Supremes.

1953 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: ""Rags to Riches,"" Tony Bennett.

1938 - Gordon Lightfoot is born in Orillia, Ontario. His biggest hit is the million-selling No. 1 single ""Sundown"" in 1974.