For 30 years, R.E.M. participated in some of the most iconic, strange, beautiful, amusing and endlessly watchable music videos in the history of the medium.
After near-constant releases through much of the '00s, the Mars Volta took some time to create and release 'Noctourniquet,' release in March 2012.
In March 1997, Dinosaur Jr. released 'Hand it Over,' the final album of the alt-rockers' first run. It remains a favorite of founder J. Mascis.
While the members of Talking Heads were off doing separate projects, Sire Records put out the two-disc 'The Name of This Band is Talking Heads' in March 1982.
For Modest Mouse's follow-up to 2004's 'Good News for People Who Love Bad News,' Isaac Brock invited ex-Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr to join his band.
The veteran rocker speaks about making his new album with R.E.M.'s Peter Buck, writing personal songs and celebrating punk's heyday.
After a frantic few years, Gomez regrouped before making its third record, 'In Our Gun,' which brought together electronic elements with blues and folk.
Before David Bowie started his "Berlin Trilogy," he began collaborating with Iggy Pop on the experimental 'The Idiot,' released in March 1977.
After a few years with the Blake Babies, Juliana Hatfield broke out as a solo artist in 1992 with 'Hey Babe,' one of the year's most successful indie records.
Dealing with stress and withdrawal from a Valium regimen, Andy Partridge suffered a breakdown during an XTC show in Paris. The band would soon stop touring.