Suicidal Tendencies were accused of abandoning hardcore punk on their second album.
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Josh Homme threw out his own rule book and significantly opened up Queens of the Stone Age's sound with 2007's 'Era Vulgaris.'
David Bowie's 'Heathen' took shape just before 9/11, though the tragedy hangs like a heavy shroud over the entire album.
After the success of 'The Real Thing,' anticipation was understandably great for Faith No More's 'Angel Dust,' which came out June 8, 1992.
In a jeering display of monarchical mockery, the band ferried alongside the Queen on the River Thames, blasting the treasonous anthems plaguing the Commonwealth.
Political disaffection is baked into Fugazi's very name.
After breaking through in the U.S. with "Tempted," Squeeze's chemistry faltered on 1982's 'Sweets From a Stranger.'
'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.'