Rock and roll and sex appeal are pretty much inextricable. The term "rock and roll" is itself a sexual euphemism, and since the very beginning of the genre, when Elvis Presley's swiveling hips were considered a threat to America's youth, rock music has been bound up in visual appeal and sexualized marketing
We're proudly celebrating our second anniversary here at Ultimate Classic Rock, and we're marking the occasion with the Top 10 "Two" Songs. We know that one is the loneliest number, but two opens up all sorts of possibilities: love, heartbreak, companionship, confusion and more
Thanks to your unbelievable support, Ultimate Classic Rock turns two years old today (May 16, 2013). To celebrate, we did a little research and found out which 10 of the 8,225 (!) articles we've published so far were the most popular.
The sophomore album can be the do-or-die proving ground for bands and artists looking to have long, successful careers. Here are the Top 10 Second Albums, according to Ultimate Classic Rock:
Hand claps can make or break a song. A well-placed set of claps can carry a tune into an entirely different stratosphere if timed correctly. They can also sound like a clumsy attempt to overstep the basic beat laid out by the drummer if they don't hit it just right
It's tough separating Talking Heads' lyrics from their music. After all, they were famous for their innovative use of rhythm, and brought African and other musical ideas from around the world long before Paul Simon and other pop stars got there. But even as they became global-music stars, slipping polyr