After being adrift for much of the '90s, New Order came back strong in August 2001 with 'Get Ready.'
Like most of Mark Everett’s works throughout the years, 'Beautiful Freak' is both personal and observational.
The success of Faith No More's 'The Real Thing' allowed singer Mike Patton to score a record deal for his first band, Mr. Bungle.
Alice in Chains released their appearance on MTV's 'Unplugged' on July 30, 1996.
Jimmy Eat World's "second chance" album overcame a number of obstacles and made the band a household name.
EMF's "Unbelievable" condensed the Madchester scene into one glorious single that topped the charts on July 20, 1991.
D Generation got a new label and production help from Ric Ocasek on their second album, 1996's 'No Lunch.'
TV on the Radio proved they were worthy of their early praise with their major label debut.
Layne Staley fronted Alice in Chains for the last time when they opened up for Kiss on July 3, 1996.
Muse hit the sound that matched the size of their stage show with 2006's 'Black Holes and Revelations.'