Obsessive music fan, specifically Bowie, Heart, Cheap Trick, Roxy Music, etc.
How Duran Duran’s ‘Seven and the Ragged Tiger’ Embraced the ’80s
"The vultures," John Taylor later admitted, "were definitely circling."
20 Years Ago: R.E.M. Find Their Way as a Trio With ‘Up’
When they returned with their 11th studio album, they sounded like an entirely different band.
Alice Cooper and Dennis Dunaway Dedicate Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s Pinball Exhibit
Alice Cooper and Dennis Dunaway dedicated the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's pinball exhibit, which features the new game, Alice Cooper's Nightmare Castle.
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Unlike the first album, this one will feature all-original material.
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35 Years Ago: Ministry Release Disavowed Debut, ‘With Sympathy’
On May 10, 1983, Ministry released their debut LP, 'With Sympathy,' a dark New Wave album that band leader Al Jourgensen later completely disowned.
How Rick Astley and Foo Fighters Played ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’
How did '80s pop star Rick Astley end up performing his No. 1 hit "Never Gonna Give You Up" onstage with Foo Fighters anyway?
Why Cyndi Lauper Deserves to Be in the WWE Hall of Fame
Cyndi Lauper has had a long and decorated history with the WWF and, later, the WWE. So why isn't the '80s pop icon in the WWE Hall of Fame?
How R.E.M. Careened Into the Future With ‘Accelerate’
As its title implies, this record possesses great urgency.
Volvo Owner Customizes Open-Door Chime to Play Toto’s ‘Africa’
Toto's "Africa" long ago became a pop culture totem. Incredibly, the fervor for the band's 1983 No. 1 hit shows no sign of slowing down.