When Jello Biafra saw the extreme right-wing creeping into the punk scene, he let them know they were not welcome at Dead Kennedys shows.
Despite Prince's distaste for being covered by the Foo Fighters — or anyone — he had no qualms about returning the favor on one of the world's biggest stages.
Sonic Youth found the balance between experimentalism and pop structures that would serve them well over the next few years on 1987's 'Sister.'
Roxy Music mixed up Old Hollywood style and forward-thinking rock music on their first record.
In a jeering display of monarchical mockery, the band ferried alongside the Queen on the River Thames, blasting the treasonous anthems plaguing the Commonwealth.
Ever since their late-'80s beginnings in the Washington, D.C., hardcore punk scene, Fugazi have been celebrated for their uncompromising approach to music.
Political disaffection is baked into Fugazi's very name.
'Beyond' was Dinosaur Jr.'s first record with its original lineup since 1988's 'Bug.'
Our ranking of Dinosaur Jr.'s catalog shows that their reunion efforts have been as potent as their seminal records.
'Parade' is unfortunately overlooked because of the 'Under the Cherry Moon' movie, but "New Position" suggests the album deserves better.