“Fun House” cover from 1997 also features Minutemen’s Mike Watt and Sean Lennon.
Unruly and unforgettable, these LPs planted the seeds for punk’s raucous reign a few years later.
Foo Fighters, AC/DC, and Clueless all celebrate major anniversaries this month.
Live at Goose Lake: August 8th, 1970 also happens to be the only soundboard recording of the lineup.
Second installment features rarities from Bad Brains and The Stooges.
The collection includes a whopping 15 LPs, limited to only 1970 copies.
The reissue also includes studio outtakes and alternate tracks never-before-available digitally.
The performer also talks about his current good health and friendship with David Bowie.
A crash course on the iconic punk rock frontman before Free drops.
The set also featured surprise guest performances by Kim Thayil of Soundgarden as well as Mudhoney’s Mark Arm and Steve Turner.
1968 marked a seminal year for the development of underground and independent music, both in sound and philosophy.
Including records from Brian Eno and Kevin Shields, The National, Fleet Foxes, Rage Against the Machine, The Cure, and Arcade Fire.