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U2 Albums Ranked in Order of Awesomeness
Whether you've been with U2 since their post-punk beginnings or first heard of them when you deleted 'Songs of Innocence' from your iPhone, their legacy is secure.
15 Years Ago: U2 Remember Who They Are With ‘All That You Can’t Leave Behind’
After releasing a pair of offbeat and avant garde albums in the mid-'90s, U2 returned to anthemic rock and mainstream adoration thanks in part to one "Beautiful Day."
Father John Misty Might Have Ripped Off a Funny Or Die Video by Dave Franco
Funny or Die has pointed out some glaring similarities between a recent Misty music video and a 2011 clip by Dave Franco.
Shake It Off: Ryan Adams Will Unleash His Taylor Swift ‘1989’ Cover Album Next Week
Adams' '1989' will be available for pre-order on iTunes at midnight tonight.
Ethiopian Students Are Learning English From Pearl Jam’s ‘Even Flow’
Peace Corps' Matt Westerberg: "At first it was all just a joke, but after awhile, the students began to really build confidence through learning the song."
Failure Announce Tour Dates With Hum, Torche, Local H + More
The '90s alt-rock outfit will be in support of their comeback album, 'The Heart Is a Monster.'
Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon Guests in the New Song from Megafaun’s Phil Cook, ‘Ain’t It Sweet’
The two were bandmates in groups DeYarmond Edison and the Shouting Matches.
Carrie Brownstein’s Book Tour Will Feature Amy Poehler, Questlove + More
The musician and 'Portlandia' star will promote the release of her upcoming autobiography, 'Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl,' with a star-studded book tour.
Bada Bing: ‘The Sopranos’ Soundtrack Will Finally Be Released on Vinyl
Eight years after the series finale, the incredible soundtrack featuring R.L. Burnside, Frank Sinatra and Bob Dylan will be released on vinyl.
Watch Tobias Jesso Jr. Play the Beatles-esque ‘Crocodile Tears’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’
The song comes from Jesso's debut album, 'Goon.'