Released Sept. 12, 2006, 'Amputechture,' the third LP by the Mars Volta, remains the beloved oddball among the band's truly out-there discography.
In 2006, rock supergroup dropped 'Revelations,' their acclaimed third album, before disbanding in 2007.
With old-school rhyme schemes, lo-fi punk, a little Latin flavor and a lot of their trademark pop culture snark, Beastie Boys unleashed a mid-'90s masterpiece.
In 1996, Sublime became one of the biggest bands on the planet after the release of their self-titled major label debut. But Bradley Nowell was already gone.
Foo Fighters' 1997 sophomore album is their first as an official band, but it also turned Dave Grohl into a household name anywhere FM radio reached.
Following the rampant success of 1994's 'Superunknown,' Soundgarden released a darker, self-produced album in 1996 and it (temporarily) served as their swan song.
After the commercial disappointment of their dark 1996 album, 'Pinkerton,' Weezer reemerged in 2001 with a familiar sound and aesthetic that would soon define them.
Radiohead asked artists to create short vignettes based on their new album and they've posted the first: an ethereal clip for 'Glass Eyes.'
The song is believed to come from the "glorious" new album frontman Ian Brown said the Madchester legends are set to release this summer.
Fans in the U.K. will be able to buy the 7" version of the lead single from 'A Moon Shaped Pool' as early as Friday.