Richard and Linda Thompson's most successful album would be their last.
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Ride's second album, 'Going Blank Again,' expanded on the sound of their debut, 'Nowhere.'
Gutsy and creatively free, 'Out of Time' did things other R.E.M. albums hadn't.
After three EPs, Florida punk band Against Me! released its debut album, 'Reinventing Axl Rose,' in March 2002.
Before breaking up the band, Paul Weller drew on soul and Motown influences on the Jam's March 1982 LP 'The Gift.'
The seven-song EP from the L.A.-based Tool showed that dark, heavy alternative rock didn't have to come from Seattle.
After a four-year absence, Bob Mould returned in March 2002 with the electronica-influenced 'Modulate.'
On LCD Soundsystem's second album, released in March 2007, James Murphy wrote about aging, grief and the changing world.
Buffalo Tom smoothed out some of the rough edges on their third album, 1992's 'Let Me Come Over.'
After hearing the plight of the Mothers of the Disappeared (those who lost children to brutal regimes), Bono began to write the final song on 'The Joshua Tree.'