A lot of my favorite music came out of the 60s and 70s. Then the 80s came around. The airwaves were filled with synthesized music and horribly bright and self indulgent images poured from our televisions as people chanted "I WANT MY MTV!"
I didn't think much of it until some of my favorite bands jumped on the bandwagon and caused many to separate discographies into categories. Pre-80s and Post-The Day
Everyone knows that the music industry has been struggling, is it because of illegal downloads? Is it iTunes? Or is it because music sucks? Looking at the list of the top 10 selling albums so far, I'm leaning toward the later
Last week Led Zeppelin fans celebrated the band’s iconic fourth album’s 40th birthday. If you dusted off your original vinyl copy and bought a new needle for the occasion, one thing is for certain: you’re getting old.
Given the terrible reviews ‘Lulu’ has been receiving, Lou Reed & Metallica probably weren’t expecting stellar sales figures from the collaborative album. That said, they also probably didn’t foresee this: ‘Lulu’ sold just 13,000 copies in its first week out and an almost comical 3,000 is its second week, giving the disc a total of 16,000 units moved in its first two weeks out.
After hearing that Queen drummer Roger Taylor had suggested a reunion for the 2012 Olympics in London, singer Paul Rodgers said, “I would be open to something like that.” Rodgers told Billboard that he was proud of what he and Queen accomplished during their years together. “I ju
While promoting his new book, Trust Me, I’m Dr. Ozzy, the wild man of rock spoke about the rumored Black Sabbath reunion. Ozzy Osbourne told Billboard magazine, “Yes, it’s a very, very strong possibility. It’s in the ve
Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Lynyrd Skynyrd are hard at work on crafting a new album. Frontman Johnny Van Zant discussed the progress the band have made with Billboard.com. “We’re getting about to the end of the wri
Def Leppard are set to release their first-ever live album this May. The album, titled Mirrorball, will feature a mixture of live classics, like “Pour Some Sugar on Me” and “Bringin’ on the Heartbreak,” and three new studio tracks. Singer Joe Elliott recently spoke with Billboard about the band’s decision to include new songs in the set.
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