The Misfits tore through 13 songs in less than 25 minutes on their debut, 'Walk Among Us.'
Henry Rollins' followed up the unexpected success of 'Weight' with 1997's 'Come In and Burn.'
The quality of Right Said Fred's 'Up' got lost in the backlash following the global success of "I'm Too Sexy."
Helmet were reduced to a three-piece for 'Aftertaste,' whose 1997 release was delayed by a year.
Ride's second album, 'Going Blank Again,' expanded on the sound of their debut, 'Nowhere.'
The seven-song EP from the L.A.-based Tool showed that dark, heavy alternative rock didn't have to come from Seattle.
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.