40 Years Ago: ‘The Buddy Holly Story’ Sets the Bar for Music Biopics
These days, music biopics are nearly as commonplace on the big screen as summer action flicks. That was hardly the case four decades ago.
‘The Karate Kid’ Spin-off ‘Cobra Kai’ Waxes On the ’80s Music Nostalgia
The soundtrack to the hit YouTube Red series features Poison, Boston, Queen, Foreigner and more in an ode to the era when the original film hit theaters.
25 Years Ago: How Tool’s Debut ‘Undertow’ Broke Every Metal Rule
'Undertow,' Tool's first full-length studio recording, was like nothing else on the scene at the time.
15 Years Ago: Audioslave’s Debut Shatters Expectations
On supergroup Audioslave's debut album in November 2002, the band delivered much of the fury of their previous bands, but also developed a new, softer audience.
25 Years Ago: Rage Against the Machine’s Debut Shakes the System
Rage Against the Machine were the first to fully commit to rap-metal, and they did it flawlessly.
25 Years Ago: The Afghan Whigs Bid Farewell to Sub Pop With ‘Uptown Avondale’
The Afghan Whigs showed off their soul influence with a five-song EP called 'Uptown Avondale.'
Marilyn Manson Albums Ranked in Order of Awesomeness
We're ranking all of the records by the group that resurrected the term "shock rock."
15 Years Ago: The Donnas Take Off With ‘Spend the Night’
The Donnas abandoned all traces of subtlety with their major-label debut, 'Spend the Night.'
35 Years Ago: Bauhaus Flirt With the Unorthodox on ‘The Sky’s Gone Out’
Bauhaus' third album melded Goth with more experimental compositions.
15 Years Ago: Nirvana’s ‘You Know You’re Right’ Released Following Lengthy Lawsuit
Nine years after the last Nirvana LP was released, the song "You Know You're Right," from the band's greatest hits collection, came out as a single Oct. 8, 2002.