As R.E.M. sprinted toward a long-developing commercial breakthrough in 1987, they came to more fully understand their own powers as a band.
Prince's 1983 Top 10 hit "Delirious" that was both retro and completely new, both commercial and slyly experimental.
The Dukes of Stratosphear were more than an endlessly fun XTC offshoot band.
Morrissey was a musician without a sound, a citizen without a country, and man outside the mainstream by the time 'Maladjusted' arrived.
An official is now aiming tough questions at the firm LiveNation hired to handle security at the venue.
Prince's 'Sign O' the Times' can end up playing like a breakup record – but not here.
Despite their best efforts, 'Welcome to Wherever You Are' tended to be viewed as a throwback to an earlier era – and INXS suddenly an instant relic.
Pre-game news conferences, even for celebrated events like the Super Bowl, are typically staid events. Unless Prince is the featured guest.
Paul McCartney hadn't even heard the song when he arrived.
Bjork's still site has blank, white images where the album-cover art would be.