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Weezer finally went and did it…
Just because a song gets stuck at #3 on the charts doesn’t mean it’s not an all-time great.
Popdose’s year-end wrapup continues with Dw. Dunphy’s favorites from 2011.
Popdose.com checks out two comebacks: The Cars’ Move Like This and Urge Overkill’s Rock & Roll Submarine.
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Popdose tries to tie together the mysterious threads of the Cars’ reunion album.
It’s time to put the Popdose mascot in hiding for the week as everyone’s favorite carnivore, Mr. Ozzy Osbourne comes to town. He’s bringing with him Oingo Boingo and Sinead. If I had know it was gonna be this kind of party….
Mixtape madness, honest voices, strangeness ensues!
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.
Back in the mid- to late ’80s, before Bob Marley, David Byrne, and I had even met the eventual mayor of Bootleg City, otherwise known as Robert “The Eventual Mayor of Bootleg…
The Cars seldom seem to get enough credit for being a fine band. That of course is because they had the temerity to be too successful, launching hit single after…
MTV did more than just feed Adam Curry’s hairspray addiction — it also broke Top 40 playlists wide open during the ’80s. With his latest Mix Six, Ted Asregadoo looks back at some of the songs that probably wouldn’t have been hits without the network’s help.
In this week’s Bottom Feeders, Dave Steed takes us through a decade’s worth of chart-scraping tracks from acts whose names start with the letter O — and learns the hard way that no one needs to release 16 albums in 10 years.
In his latest column, Tom Werman relives the wild and crazy early ’80s, including some time behind the boards for Motley Crue, a narrow brush with Timothy B. Schmit, and a fateful meeting with some dudes who were not going to take it (anymore).
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