The quality of Right Said Fred's 'Up' got lost in the backlash following the global success of "I'm Too Sexy."
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For Modest Mouse's follow-up to 2004's 'Good News for People Who Love Bad News,' Isaac Brock invited ex-Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr to join his band.
Men Without Hats' 'Rhythm of Youth' was released in March 1982, but it took a year for Men Without Hats' "Safety Dance" to reach the Top Five.
Helmet were reduced to a three-piece for 'Aftertaste,' whose 1997 release was delayed by a year.
After a frantic few years, Gomez regrouped before making its third record, 'In Our Gun,' which brought together electronic elements with blues and folk.
Before David Bowie started his "Berlin Trilogy," he began collaborating with Iggy Pop on the experimental 'The Idiot,' released in March 1977.
Ben Folds ran a piano-fueled mixture of juvenile humor and tender balladry to platinum glory on 'Whatever and Ever Amen.'
By the time 'Ingenue' arrived, k.d. lang was ready for a change – and change was just what she got.
After a few years with the Blake Babies, Juliana Hatfield broke out as a solo artist in 1992 with 'Hey Babe,' one of the year's most successful indie records.
Dealing with stress and withdrawal from a Valium regimen, Andy Partridge suffered a breakdown during an XTC show in Paris. The band would soon stop touring.