They Might Be Giants' second album for a major label was released on March 24, 1992.
Richard and Linda Thompson's most successful album would be their last.
Producer Brian Eno claims that it took about half of the 'Joshua Tree' sessions to complete 'Where the Streets Have No Name.' In the end, U2 had a classic.
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.'