The Sex Pistols got the press and the Clash got the credibility. But the Damned got there first with their debut album, 'Damned Damned Damned.'
As the Sex Pistols' founding bassist Glen Matlock was becoming unhappy with hysteria around the band, Johnny Rotten was encouraging his pal Sid Vicious to join.
It’s tough enough keeping a band together, but these 40 groups were able to incorporate a relationship (to differing levels of success) into the mix.
Pavement changed its approach for the band's fourth album, released in February 1997, rehearsing before the sessions and working with a pair of producers.
Mike Ness' country-tinged punk rockers released their fourth studio album in February 1992, to huge expectations in a post-'Nevermind' world.
In February 1992, John Lydon's Public Image Ltd. released the rock-oriented 'That What Is Not.' It would be the group's last release until 2012.
Television was uncompromising when making its debut album, 'Marquee Moon,' released in February 1977.
Director Richard Linklater commissioned Sonic Youth to create original music for his fifth movie, the cult flick 'subUrbia,' released in February 1997.
Paul Weller pushed the Style Council to a contemporary R&B sound on 'The Cost of Loving,' released in February 1987.
We're counting down the best uses of pop and rock songs in the career of film director Richard Linklater ('Dazed and Confused,' 'Boyhood').