For their eighth studio album, 2007's 'From Beale Street to Oblivion,' Clutch found new inspiration from a source that had previously fed many of their rock heroes: the blues.
Henry Rollins' followed up the unexpected success of 'Weight' with 1997's 'Come In and Burn.'
When U2 gathered to film a new video atop a Los Angeles booze emporium on March 27, 1987, the occasion was part-homage – and all Hollywood.
After near-constant releases through much of the '00s, the Mars Volta took some time to create and release 'Noctourniquet,' release in March 2012.
In March 1997, Dinosaur Jr. released 'Hand it Over,' the final album of the alt-rockers' first run. It remains a favorite of founder J. Mascis.
While the members of Talking Heads were off doing separate projects, Sire Records put out the two-disc 'The Name of This Band is Talking Heads' in March 1982.
They Might Be Giants' second album for a major label was released on March 24, 1992.
Butthole Surfers' third album saw them move up the ranks of the indie rock pantheon.
Eurythmics thought they had a perfect opportunity to provide the soundtrack to a film version of '1984,' but it ended up being a bad experience for all.
The quality of Right Said Fred's 'Up' got lost in the backlash following the global success of "I'm Too Sexy."