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Their next album, El Loco, was released in October 1981, and featured the singles "Tube Snake Boogie", "Pearl Necklace", and "Leila". Eliminator, released in March 1983, featured two top 40 singles ("Gimme All Your Lovin'" and "Legs"), and two additional Top Rock hits ("Got Me Under Pressure" and "Sharp Dressed Man"), with "Legs" peaking at no. and several music videos were in regular rotation on MTV.The band also won their first MTV Video Music Awards in the categories of Best Group Video for "Legs", and Best Direction for "Sharp Dressed Man".

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The music videos were included in their Greatest Hits video, which was later released on DVD and quickly went multiple-platinum.

However, the Eliminator album was not without controversy.

ZZ Top's grueling Afterburner World Tour lasted well into 1987, which also saw the release of The ZZ Top Sixpack, a three-disc collection of ZZ Top's albums from 1970 to 1981, with the exception of Degüello.

The albums ZZ Top's First Album, Rio Grande Mud, Tres Hombres, Fandango, and Tejas were remixed to have a more contemporary sound.

According to former stage manager David Blayney in his book "Sharp Dressed Men", sound engineer Linden Hudson co-wrote much of the material on the album while serving as a live-in high-tech music teacher to Beard and Gibbons.

Despite continued denials by the band, it settled a five-year legal battle with Hudson, paying him 0,000 after he proved he held the copyright to the song "Thug".

Recycler, released in 1990, was ZZ Top's last studio album under contract with Warner Records.

Recycler was also the last of a distinct sonic trilogy in the ZZ Top catalogue, marking a return towards a simpler guitar-driven blues sound with less synthesizer and pop bounce than the previous two albums.

The band remained a popular concert attraction and toured in support of Degüello.

In April 1980, ZZ Top made their first appearance in Europe, performing for the German music television show Rockpalast.

Gibbons traveled to Europe, Beard went to Jamaica, and Hill went to Mexico.

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