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Magazine articles on rock, pop, and heavy metal music and musicians.
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July 23, 2002
Charlotte Robinson
"You Really Got Me" Desperate for a hit in 1964, an obscure band named the Kinks slashed up a cheap guitar amp with a razor blade. The rest was history. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
July 16, 2002
Jim DeRogatis
How Ozzy lost his cool At one time the clown prince of darkness was actually dark. Post-"Osbournes" he's just a clown. mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
July 16, 2002
Erich Pfeifer
The Madman and me Ozzy and I crossed paths on the worst day of my life. Boy, am I grateful. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
July 9, 2002
Greg Milner
The undeniable truth about Burma Mission of Burma recorded 21 songs, helped invent post-punk, and left a legacy that resonated from R.E.M. to Moby. More than 20 years later, no one will let the band die. mark for My Articles 102 similar articles
July 2002
Brian Doherty
Can't Stop the Music Don't cry for the record company man. Stan Cornyn's memoir Exploding: The Highs, Hits, Hype, Heroes, and Hustlers of the Warner Music Group still feels like a pitch. mark for My Articles 200 similar articles
June 28, 2002
Sean Elder
The death of Rolling Stone The magazine that invented rock journalism lost its reason to exist years ago. Now, with a British lad-mag editor taking the helm, it's time to pull the plug. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
June 26, 2002
Bomani Jones
Who's bad? Amid a messy $200 million dispute with Sony, Michael Jackson adopts temporary blackness and summons Al Sharpton to his cause. But racism hasn't torpedoed your career, Michael: Your music sucks. mark for My Articles 142 similar articles
June 24, 2002
Paul A. Toth
"More Songs About Buildings and Food" It's 1978, and a band of Manhattan art-school geeks called Talking Heads teams with Brian Eno to produce the funkiest nervous-breakdown record ever made. mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
June 20, 2002
Charles Taylor
That's how strong his love is Singer Bryan Ferry has always been a Casanova -- helpless in the face of love, transforming his lust into flights of ardor. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
June 19, 2002
Andrew John Ignatius Vontz
The strange triumph of electronic music It may not be on the radio, but it's the most influential -- and unifying -- force in pop music today. mark for My Articles 106 similar articles
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