When The Joshua Tree came out on March 9, 1987, it represented a seismic shift, spearheaded by U2, in popular music. Up until that point, the ‘80s were mostly thought of, with a handful of exceptions, as a decade of style without substance, with MTV leading the charge in helping to popularize an endless parade of catchy, but empty, one-hit wonders...
Bono's lyrics for 'Exit' were inspired by reading books about killers.
The Stooges gave us the follow-up to 1973's 'Raw Power' in 2007 with 'The Weirdness.'
The Soundgarden-meets-Rage-Against-the-Machine supergroup broke up when singer Chris Cornell quit.
We've ranked every record, including the leaked collection of demos, by the Soundgarden-meets-Rage-Against-the-Machine supergroup.
We spoke with Peter Hook as his memoir, 'Substance: Inside New Order,' gets a U.S. release.
We've ranked all the albums by the British synthpop legends.
Afghan Whigs started showing off their soul influence on their third album, 'Congregation.'
Three and a half months after its release, Nirvana's 'Nevermind' topped the Billboard 200 Albums chart on Jan. 11, 1992.
Released on Jan. 1, 1987, Anthrax's 'I'm the Man' revealed that they had been listening to Run-DMC and the Beastie Boys.