In two short years, Napster changed the music world forever. Here's what happened.
Newport 1965 was the end of Bob Dylan ... and the beginning of Bob Dylan.
It was supposed to celebrate 30 years of peace and music, but it ended with fires, looting and assaults. All Woodstock '99 shared with its predecessor was a name.
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Daytime temperatures hit 111 degrees, Nine Inch Nails played a one-and-a-half minute set and Jane's Addiction got into a fistfight on stage. It's July 18, 1991.
The album that brought "bagpipe guitar" to the masses proved both blessing and curse to Scotland's answer to U2.
The biggest musical fundraiser of all time happened 30 years ago, but it raised something else: our sense of hope.
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If you can move past the baggage that comes from a comeback album without half the original members, Smashing Pumpkins' 'Zeitgeist' holds up surprisingly well.
Frank Zappa's catalog is filled with classic album covers, but this classic sleeve may be the best.