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The following page is a timeline of major events in deadmau5's history.
- 1999- Zimmerman's releases first single "I Don't Want No Other" under Dred And Karma.
- 2002- "My Opinion" and "Superlover" are released on Section Z Vol. 1 under the names deadmau5 and Halcyon441.
- July 26th- Get Scraped initially releases via CD.
- April 5th- Deadmau5 Circa 1998-2002 and Project 56 are released for free on SectionZ.
- June 12th- Get Scraped is given a digital release.
- October 25th- BSOD releases first single "This is the Hook".
- November 6th- Vexillology initially releases.
- Record label Mau5trap is created.
- January 18th- First live appearance of the mau5head at Halifax.
- September 2nd- Random Album Title releases digitally.
- October 3rd- Random Album Title is released physically.
- September 22nd- For Lack of a Better Name is released.
- September 22nd- Deadmau5 performs at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards.
- December 10th- 4x4=12 is released.
- December 18th- Deadmau5 headlines Earls Court, being the first ever electronic artist to do so with a 17,000 capacity.
- August 3rd- The Talenthouse mau5head contest winner Lance Thackeray is announced, the winning design being the cheesehead.
- September 21st- >Album Title Goes Here < is released.
- June 17th- while(1<2) is released.
- May 11th- Vexillology is re-released by Play Records.
- December 2nd- W:/2016ALBUM/ is released.
- July 13- Mau5ville: Level 1 is released.
- November 16- Mau5ville: Level 2 is released.
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