30 Years Ago: Billy Idol’s Ambitious ‘Cyberpunk’ Fails to Connect
There's perhaps small comfort in the knowledge that he was ahead of his time.
Most Disappointing Albums: More Than 100 Times Rock’s Biggest Bands Let Us Down
They aren't always an artist's worst record.
Meet the Man With More Than 3,200 Copies of the Beatles’ White Album
An artist has been collecting copies of the 1968 record but prefers when they're not in mint condition.
45 Years Ago: The Rolling Stones Come Roaring Back With ‘Some Girls’
Pinned in by disco on one side and punk on the other, the band entered 1978 in need of a boost – and they got it.
35 Years Ago: Moody Blues Reach a Synth-Pop Dead End on ‘Sur la Mer’
This was the zenith of their '80s sound, or the nadir – depending on which period originally drew you to the band.
Paul Simon and Simon & Garfunkel Albums Ranked Worst to Best
He was always an uneasy folksinger, a role his record company tried to push him into starting with Simon & Garfunkel's debut.
45 Years Ago: Joe Walsh Hits His Stride on ‘But Seriously Folks’
Even casual fans will notice signature elements of the Eagles sound throughout.
55 Years Ago: A Negative Concert Review Ends Cream
Adulation, Eric Clapton later conceded, had gone to his head.
How Vince Neil Beat Motley Crue to the Punch With ‘Exposed’
No singer-vs.-band debacle had so deeply tested allegiances since Van Halen's parting with David Lee Roth.
David Coverdale Says Whitesnake Probably Won’t Be Back This Year
Frontman is still committed to the band's farewell tour plans.
Watch the Black Crowes and Gary Clark Jr. Perform at CMT Awards
Robinson brothers collaborated with Darius Rucker, while Clark Jr. paid tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan.
When Iron Maiden Played With Madness and Emerged Victorious
Lead single from 'Seventh Son of a Seventh Son' became their biggest U.K. chart hit to date.