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This Week in Rock History
On December 3, 1976, pigs flew in London. To be more specific, it was just one pig. And we can thank rock gods Pink Floyd for proving that it can happen. The band were shooting the (now-iconic) cover for their ground-breaking Orwellian-inspired album, Animals. Integral to the shoot: a 40-foot, helium-filled pig dubbed Algie.