'Still Bill,' the former factor worker's followup to 'Just As I Am,' follows the same simple style.
Always a band in search of new sounds, Blondie's 1982 album holds up well despite its lackluster performance on the charts.
Funkadelic removed the psychedelic rock in favor of heavier grooves for 1972's 'America Eats Its Young.'
Radiohead were just about to finish sessions for 'OK Computer' when they decided to record one last track.
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On some 'OK Computer' tracks Radiohead were trying to emulate “The White Album." But on this song, the band wanted to be the opposite of the Beatles.
Radiohead has never been shy about sharing their political opinions. On "Electioneering," they saw themselves as politicians... almost.
For Wilco, 'Sky Blue Sky' was like starting over.
"Fitter Happier" serves as the manifesto of Radiohead's 'OK Computer,' even if Thom Yorke disavows the lyrics now.