German thrash metallers TANKARD celebrated their 25th anniversary in 2007 with "Best Case Scenario: 25 Years In Beers," a compilation of their greatest hits.
"Behind Enemy Lines" was the first (and only) studio album by the Christian heavy metal band Recon, released in 1990.
In 1997, Paul McCartney released "Flaming Pie," his first album following the success of "The Beatles Anthology." In 2020, "Flaming Pie" was re-released in a new box set. Marshall Fish takes a listen.
Nostalgia aside, these are 15 emo albums from the mid 2000s that I truly believe have stood the test of time.
Detroit rockers Artificial Agent's fourth studio album, "Death Ray," was released in 2020.
The 1990s were a rough decade for Heavy Metal, but Motörhead didn't notice or care.
On 1980's "End of the Century," the punk mainstays of the Ramones tried to invade mainstream rock, with the help of legendary record producer Phil Spector. It didn't end well.
"One Live Night" is a 1995 live album by the recently-reunited Dokken, playing a mostly "unplugged" set.
While the sitar is a plucked stringed instrument used prominently in Hindustani classical music traditions, it became very popular in the western world in the '60s and remains an integral part of several indie and psychedelic songs. This article showcases the very best rock songs with sitar.
Close kin to Rhythm and Blues, Swing and Boogie-Woogie, Jump Blues hit the music world in the 40s with a big bang. Originating among the black musicians, who played the chitlin circuit, Jump Blues helped launch the careers of crossover musicians like Louis Jordan, Ella Fitzgerald and Big Joe Turner.
"Halfway to Sanity" was the Ramones' tenth studio album, released in 1987.
Released in February 1977, this song by beloved American entertainer Jimmy Buffett might just be the perfect summer song. Margaritaville conjures up images of a tropical paradise where "booze in the blender" seems to be the perfect recipe for passing the day away.
"Obsessions" was the fourth studio album by the Chicago-based Christian metal band Sacred Warrior. Originally released in 1991, it was reissued in 2019 by Retroactive Records.
Originally scheduled for a 1996 release, KISS' grunge-flavored "Carnival of Souls: The Final Sessions" album was shelved in favor of a reunion of the original band.
On June 7th, San Francisco based shoe gaze/drone rockers Slowness released their latest album "Berths." Here is an interview with band member Geoffrey Scott.
Check out the top albums by Motley Crue along with their best songs. They are one of the most influential glam metal bands of all time, and they paved the way for a decade of memorable music.
CCR guitarist Tom Fogerty's solo career continued after leaving Fantasy Records in the mid-'70s, facing a changing music scene, numerous trials and tribulations, and finally, his own mortality.
Queen's Brian May is one of the most profoundly gifted, influential, and prolific guitarists to ever grace a studio and stage. Having fully functional right and left brain hemispheres, the musician capably balances hard rock and hard science: he’s also Dr. Brian May, a world-renowned astrophysicist.
Paul McCartney gets back to his post-Beatles career by reissuing the first two albums by Wings in special archive editions. Marshall Fish takes a listen to the new releases of "Wild Life" and "Red Rose Speedway."