To celebrate punk’s singularly DIY spirit, we present 11 unsung rare punk singles from short-lived bands who stuck it to...
'Don't Leave Me This Way' prompted Thelma's close-fought UK chart battle with Harold Melvin and the Bluenotes, but in the US, she won hands down.
The first posthumous archival release from the ‘88 touring band, the album features 29 unreleased performances.
Due out on June 11, the new collection was recorded by the band at the Tokyo Dome, Japan on March 13, 2001.
The much-acclaimed title will be reissued in its original 2LP format on June 11 in celebration of its 45th anniversary.
The single comes on the heels of her highly successful covers and originals series, ‘Covered-19.’
“I love these new versions because they are interpretations of these songs that I would have never come up with on my own,” says Manos.
The song is produced by DKeyz, Hardbody B-Eazy, and Yung Tago.
The project features recordings of three newly-orchestrated suites from ‘Evita,’ ‘Phantom of the Opera,’ and ‘Sunset Boulevard.’
John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band’s ‘Ultimate Collection’ is out April 23.
The best Earth Day songs range from political warnings to songs written in celebration of our planet’s beauty.
The best Cure songs reveal the remarkable breadth and depth of a group that can switch with ease from challenging, introspective music to life-affirming pop tunes.
From proto-new wave to riotous alt.rock, the best Iggy Pop songs prove that the man born James Osterberg was no stooge.
The best songs from one of the most talented hip-hop MCs to ever emerge from New York.
From stoner anthems to good-natured novelties, the best songs about marijuana are perfect for indulgers – or those with just a contact buzz.
Spanning jazz, country, hip-hop and soul music, the best gospel songs of all time prove that the spirit can move you, no matter what your tastes.
From the first talkie, theme songs in movies have found a treasured place in the popular consciousness, as these 50 best film songs prove.
This list of the best Redman songs reveal a New Jersey rapper that is witty, deranged, hilarious, and an excellent writer of rhymes.
Muddy Waters’ 1969 album ‘Fathers And Sons’ was one of the biggest selling records of his career... and justifiably so.
A reminder of why people started bands in the first place, Aerosmith caught the attentions a whole new generation with ‘Get A Grip’.
They've released many live albums, but this one captured the beginning of the modern era of the Stones as a performing force.
The pinnacle of Louis Prima’s career, ‘The Wildest!’ blended jazz chops with danceable grooves, and became an influence on Elvis Presley.