We spoke with Peter Hook as his memoir, 'Substance: Inside New Order,' gets a U.S. release.
Television was uncompromising when making its debut album, 'Marquee Moon,' released in February 1977.
How a tumultuous affair, numerous legal battles, addictions and declining fame contributed to INXS star Michael Hutchence's death.
For a simple a capella song, Suzanne Vega's hit "Tom's Diner" has a complex history.
Men at Work's debut took a while to break in the U.S., but made up for it by staying at No. 1 for 16 weeks.
"To me it’s the first real Counting Crows record," Adam Duritz says of 'Recovering the Satellites.' " It’s the one where we really become ourselves."
After "If You Leave" became their biggest hit, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark struggled with the follow-up, 1986's 'The Pacific Age.'
Tom Waits hung out on Los Angeles' skid row to write the songs on 'Small Change.'
Cyndi Lauper proved she was no one-album wonder with 1986's 'True Colors.'
Pearl Jam's fourth album, 'No Code,' saw them explore Indian and tribal music.