Taken together Chicago’s catalog is fascinating, frustrating, brilliant and awful all at once. Read on and judge for yourself.
Dave Steed takes the long journey through the odd career of the legendary Melvins.
A comprehensive look at the careers of the members of one of the most influential R&B acts of all time.
A look at the songs and the story behind 50 years of the Beach Boys, American’s greatest pop band.
Exploring the whip appeal of one of the most prolific hitmakers of the ’80s.
Robin Monica Alexander and Kelly Stitzel conclude their look at Madonna’s career by discussing the odds and ends of her discography and their favorite Madonna videos.
Join Robin Monica Alexander and Kelly Stitzel as they continue their look at Her Madgesty’s illustrious career.
In celebration of Madonna’s 53rd birthday, Robin Monica Alexander and Kelly Stitzel take a look back at her incredible — and controversial — career.
To celebrate TMBG’s new album, out this week, Mark Feldman looks back at the duo’s long, eclectic career.
Adored by their fans and scorned by critics, Journey never attempted to be more than they are: a rock band out to entertain you. As they head back out on the road again this summer, Scott Malchus gives us the Popdose Guide to Journey.
The Boston-area band released only three albums before breaking up in 2000, but have reunited for a series of shows in Europe. Robert Cass takes a look back at their brief but stellar discography.
With a new Mark Ronson-produced album about to hit shelves, Popdose puts Duran Duran under the microscope to examine their strange, wonderful career.
Chris Holmes offers the second part of his overview of thrash-metal legend Megadeth’s discography, covering 1997’s Cryptic Writings through 2009’s Endgame.
Chris Holmes offers the first part of his overview of thrash metal legends Megadeth’s discography, covering their first ten years and seven albums.
In anticipation of Raphael Saadiq’s new album, Mike Heyliger celebrates the career of one of R&B’s most captivating — and often overlooked — talents.
Chris Holmes provides an overview of ’70s rock band Be Bop Deluxe. Led by guitarist extraordinaire Bill Nelson, Be Bop Deluxe produced some of the most rewarding rock music of the decade.
With Ice Cube’s new album hitting stores today, we look back at the musical life and times of a hip-hop legend.
Just like when I did the Popdose Guide to Prince I’m a little sad to see it come to an end but I certainly won’t need to hear any more…
We’ve moved on to part 3 of the Popdose Guide to Buckethead. Parts 1 and 2 consisted of his solo works while parts 3 and 4 are going to focus…
In part one we took a gander at the first 13 Buckethead “solo” albums. We’ll close out with the final 15 before moving on to his group projects in Part…
Call me crazy, but I kind of liked the thought of a Popdose guide to Buckethead. Crazy of course because if you told me the guy recorded a new song…
Are they not the subject of our latest career-encompassing guide, complete with mp3s? They are Devo!
On the one-year anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death, Mike Heyliger concludes his four-part guide to Jackson’s music.
Mike Heyliger’s tribute to the King of Pop moves into the Jackson 5’s post-Motown era — and some of their greatest success.
Mike Heyliger continues his guide to Michael Jackson’s discography with a look at the King of Pop’s early solo years.
On the eve of the first anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death, Mike Heyliger begins his look back at the King of Pop’s discography.
For most people, the story of Donnie Iris begins and ends with his feelings for a girl named Leah. D.X. Ferris aims to change that.
Steve Miller slowed down in the ’80s, and the hits did too — but he didn’t stop making music, as Rob Hoffman recalls in the conclusion to his Miller guide.
Before he started fooling around with pompati, Steve Miller was Stevie “Guitar” Miller — and Rob Hoffman says he’s more than just a classic rock Joker.
Dave Steed’s jaw-droppingly comprehensive look at Prince’s discography reaches its bittersweet conclusion this week, with a trip back through the last decade of the Purple One’s career.