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It was the soundtrack that made roots music "bona fide."
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Frank Zappa's last concert tour was a disaster, but the album endures.
The second album from Damon Albarn's virtual band secured their spot among the most evocative on the planet – despite the fact that they don't really exist.
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Is three decades too long to wait to see a band? Not when it's the Waterboys.
Ahead of the their seventh full-length, Drones, Muse frontman Matthew Bellamy says the album is a return to form of sorts.
In the dark days before the internet, Frank Zappa had a plan....
The problem with selling out is that it is often confused with success. The Black Keys compromised nothing when making these songs, they just wanted them heard.