There are, in fact, no less than six versions of Thomas Dolby's The Golden Age of Wireless.
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George Clinton took Parliament's Mothership out of arenas and into record stores with 'Live P- Funk Earth Tour.'
When Adam "MCA" Yauch died on May 4, 2012, it marked the end of the Beastie Boys – but not his lasting impact.
'Beyond' was Dinosaur Jr.'s first record with its original lineup since 1988's 'Bug.'
On April 30, 1982, Lester Bangs was found dead, the Human League's 'Dare' spinning on his turntable, the needle repeatedly hitting the run-out groove.
A Flock of Seagulls' first album smartly combined several different rising aesthetics, including New Wave, post-punk and the New Romantics.
After a decade in the Eurythmics, Annie Lennox released her solo debut, 'Diva.'
Damon Gough's score for the Hugh Grant vehicle was essentially his second album.
After seven years away from the spotlight, Rage Against the Machine closed out Coachella with a typically blistering set.
Bookended by standoffs with Virgin Records, 'Nonsuch' found XTC trying new things.