With 'Kid A' turning 15 this week, we spotlight 20 artists who might be America's answer to the most fearless and cerebral band on the planet.
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Watch Josh Homme do his best Elvis hip swing when the Palm Desert rock outfit played 'The Late Show' back in 2003.
The cover of U2's 1980 debut was originally a very literal image of young boy, but it was deemed too controversial for the U.S. release.
Jack White swaps instruments mid-song and the host joins the Detroit duo on keyboards during a memorable appearance on British TV in 2007.
Watch the Black Keys kill it on Australian TV while in support of 2003's 'Thickfreakness.'
Dave Grohl explains the story behind the Foo Fighters name while wearing porn star/highway patrol sunglasses.
Whether or not the Dandy Warhols think they're too cool for school, we still like them.
Which landmark '90s album was recorded in a haunted house? Which legendary frontman worked at Long John Silver's for decades? Find out here.
When the Cure finally stepped on American soil, they were welcomed with open arms by millions of enthusiastic fans.
If the soft-spoken troubadour known as Elliott Smith was still alive, he'd be celebrating his 46th birthday on Aug. 6, 2015.