The blueprint for the next decade of major-label albums and mixtapes.
The genesis of Tim Burton’s blockbuster is a wild tale of over-writing, weird pitches, and sheer dumb luck.
A brazen, genre-mutating foray that irrevocably altered the landscape of modern guitar music.
The album that showed a generation that pop and punk could co-exist.
The late Dolores O’Riordan broke the rules to become a pioneering songwriter and voice for millions.
An acerbic weatherman finds serenity, growth, and joy as he strives to be a better person.
The LA metal legends embraced a wild rock and roll lifestyle that couldn’t exist today.
The classic record that saw Eddie Vedder and company finally grow up turns 20.
Lou Reed and John Cale lead listeners through a seminal blend of arty audacity and frenzied aggression.
In 2008, four New York preppies conquered indie rock with khakis, cardigans, and rhetoric.
The offbeat songwriter’s third album both exemplifies and distorts his genius.
Whatever was in the water back in 2008, the indie rock duo tasted it.