Counting down the top eight Nickelodeon shows from the 1980s, the cable network’s first full decade of existence.
Chris Holmes joined the Popdose writing staff only after enduring a humiliating series of hazing rituals. One day he'll write a tell-all book, and then they'll all pay. Until then, you can also catch him at his regular home, The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit, or you can follow him on Twitter.
It took a few decades, but Stone Temple Pilots have finally had it with Scott Weiland acting like… Scott Weiland.
In anticipation of the June 2nd premiere of The Venture Bros., season 5, co-writers Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer chatted about the show with Chris Holmes.
With the summer movie season upon us, let’s listen to ten of the best superhero-inspired songs we could find.
A look back at Iron Maiden’s fourth studio LP, ‘Piece of Mind’, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this week.
A countdown of the ten best episodes of The Venture Bros. – just like the title says.
What does one of Ben E. King’s greatest songs with the Drifters have to do with the ’60s Counterculture movement? Let’s find out and live for today.
Let’s count down the 10 best pre-Buckingham/Nicks Fleetwood Mac songs, shall we?
If you were a kid in the ’80s, you wanted one of the playsets in the worst way.
Listen to the first song from Eisley’s upcoming Currents album, “Drink the Water.”
A look at the 15 best songs written by Brian May and performed by the legendary hard rock band Queen.
Love heavy metal but hate loud guitars? Well that’s weird, but here are nine mellow metal tunes for your enjoyment.
A look at the first big hit for The Four Freshmen, 1952’s “It’s a Blue World.”
Chart Attack! is back for episode 2, covering the Top 10 from March 19, 1983.
Five video games for the Atari 2600 that never should have existed.
Expand your mind and gaze upon this gallery showcasing ten of the best album covers ever drawn by the great Roger Dean.
It can take a lot to kill a successful acting or music career. Just ask these five people.
This week’s spotlight shines on a great 1959 Cadence single by the Everly Brothers, “Poor Jenny.”
A reflection on the life and musical legacy of Clive Burr, former Iron Maiden drummer, who died yesterday at age 56.
A countdown of the ten most bizarre hidden album tracks released from mainstream pop and rock bands.
This week we explore one of the great, early sides from the legendary vocal group the Andrews Sisters, “Hold Tight, Hold Tight (Want Some Sea Food, Mama).”
In the wake of Scott Weiland’s firing from Stone Temple Pilots, Chris Holmes counts down the top ten songs from STP’s six albums.
In the late summer of 1961, a doo-wop group out of Steubenville, Ohio released one of the unheralded gems of group vocal harmony – “I Really Love You.”
Sometimes a film cries out for a sequel. And sometimes we cry out when we see a sequel. Here are seven movie series that fall into the second group.
In early 1963, Johnny Cymbal cracked the Top 20 with “Mr. Bass Man.”
A countdown of the Top 10 songs written or performed by Ace Frehley, both as the lead guitarist in Kiss and as a solo artist.
Kenny Vance and the Planotones showcase their amazing group vocal harmonies once again on their 2013 album Acapella.
This week’s column highlights one of the greatest songs ever inspired by a coffee commercial.
The first edition of the new Chart Attack! podcast kicks off with the Top 10 singles from the week ending February 15, 1986.
Not a fan of Chicago? You may change your mind after hearing these ten tracks.