Almost a year after U2 released 'How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb' on Nov. 22, 2004, Bono reflected on the quality of the record in the pages of Rolling Stone magazine.
'Deguello' was the last ZZ Top album of the '70s, and in more ways than one.
'100,000,000 Bon Jovi Fans Can't Be Wrong' didn't just name check his most ardent followers.
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Almost exactly a year after the release of his bestselling album, Ringo Starr struck again.
By the late ’70s, most of the rockers who had established themselves in the ’60s were trying to assess their places in popular music.
Eric Clapton sold his share of records and had his share of hit singles during the '80s, but to say it wasn't his best decade would be a polite understatement.
In November 1968, a handful of British record stores banned the Jimi Hendrix Experience's new album from their shelves due to its cover art.
Styx managed to release ‘Man of Miracles,’ their fourth album, while still searching for an identity.
A delayed flight leads to big trouble for the Doors frontman.