As David Byrne worked on this collaboration with choreographer/dancer Twyla Tharp, the Talking Heads began to filter back onto his creative path.
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Inspired by the D.C. hardcore scene, Dead Kennedys recorded their first (and only) EP, 'In God We Trust, Inc.' at a blistering pace.
Mere months after their debut, Gorillaz assembled the 'G Sides' compilation. The disc was put out in Japan in December 2001, before seeing release elsewhere.
A benefit for Artists Against Apartheid at London's Brixton Academy on Dec. 12, 1986 turned out to be the final performance of the Smiths.
Boasting "X Offender" and "Rip Her to Shreds," Blondie's self-titled first album introduced the band's mix of pop and punk when it came out in December 1976.
Chris Isaak preserved his smoky, retro-modern sound on his self-titled second album, released in December 1986.
'El Camino' wasn't so much as a sequel to the Black Keys' most acclaimed release as trip around its outer edges.
Henry Rollins began his time with Black Flag with 1981's 'Damaged.'
Nerf Herder went from a small indie label to the majors in the span of only a few months.
Although the Damned's 1986 album 'Anything' was a sizable hit for MCA, the label dropped the gothic rock band, which never again landed on the British charts.