Pearl Jam will almost definitely be voted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Here's why.
'Hype!,' a documentary about the explosion of the Seattle grunge scene and its aftermath, was released on Nov. 8, 1996.
We review the documentary that traces the rise of one of the '90s' biggest bands.
'The Argument' came after Fugazi's most important work, but it stands up as one of their best records.
Jane's Addiction went through a few bass players to record 2011's 'The Great Escape Artist.'
'Badmotorfinger' was Soundgarden's third album and the heaviest of the trio of Seattle albums released in late-1991.
'Scoundrel Days' was A-ha's response to move in a different direction after the global success of "Take on Me."
The Red Hot Chili Peppers became major rock stars with their fifth album.
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.