Where we're going, we don't need roads; just a synthesizer, eyeliner, and a touch of androgyny. Welcome to Flashback Friday. The pop-infested dance craze of the '80s was so contagious that even staunch blues-rocker Mick Jagger of the legendary Rolling Stones tried jumping on the groove train. In ... More >>
Wikimedia CommonsMama, don't let your babies grow up to be Bronxes -- or Diezels or Moon Units.On Monday night, singer Jewel and her husband, Ty Murray, had their first child, a boy they named Kase Townes Murray. And while "Kase Townes" isn't that bizarre of a name, it's not as traditional as say ... More >>
Wikimedia CommonsSusanna Hoffs of The Bangles: She wishes it was Sunday, 'cause that's her fun day.Well, here we are again. It's Monday morning, we're all back at work (if we're lucky), and we've got those beginning-of-the-week blues. Over the years, many songs have been written about the firs ... More >>
Roger Waters: Writer of musicals and graffiti artist?So I guess it's officially time for every superstar rock musician who was once edgy and cool to make a fucking musical. As if it wasn't enough for The Who to do it in the '70s or Green Day now, TwentyFourBit reports that Pink Floyd's Roger Wat ... More >>
In anticipation of Queensrÿche's upcoming new album, we take a look at our picks for the "Top 10 Concept Albums of All-Time," ordered from least to most outstanding, with apologies to Iron Maiden's Seventh Son of a Seventh Son and Styx's Kilroy Was Here for just barely missing the list.
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