The Smashing Pumpkins’ final major label release, Machina: The Machines of God, is at once sad and strangely prophetic.
The special limited edition is a double-disc set that includes one disc of studio material and a bonus disc of live and previously unreleased tracks.
Her voice, viewed by some as one of the best of our time, is the album’s centerpiece and it rarely leaves the spotlight.
Jennifer Lopez is a child of the ‘80s.
Much like Moby, Fatboy Slim continues to prove that techno can have soul and that it’s a legitimate subgenre of rock.
With her new album, Lil’ Kim finds new and inventive ways to demand oral pleasure from her men.
U2 wants a hit…bad.
Warning misses some of the youthful vigor of Dookie and the exciting rebellion that punk once brought to the mainstream.