Rank Your Records
In advance of their new album, 'The Prelude Implicit,' we had the band's guitarist look back through over 30 years of recordings.
Around the release of his new memoir, 'Porcelain," the artist takes a candid look back at his catalog and the late nights and substances that fueled them.
“If you’re in a rock band and you can’t make a double album then fuck off, do you know what I mean?”
The No Limit boss discusses his records from Best to The Point Where He Got Tired of Ranking Them Because There Were so Many.
The drummer for these Big Four thrash metal gods sifts through their extensive discography, and declares a favorite.
The singer of the hit UK act lists his albums in order, from least favorite to most favorite.
"I’d like to start off by saying this is a really hard feature to do because it’s like telling your babies they’re not as good as your other babies."
'A Boy Named Goo' is not where you think it would be.
Almost 30 years since their inception and Blur are still one of Britain's best bands. Don't argue with us on this one. Thanks.
To celebrate the release of 'Positive Songs for Negative People,' we had the English songwriter put his last five records in order of personal preference which he found "deeply immoral."
The drummer Ross then devised a complicated scoring system to settle the argument…
The guitarist for the band that Pavement’s Stephen Malkmus once called “the best band of the 21st century" puts his own albums in order.