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Hall & Oates practically oozed pop hits that indelibly marked the musical landscape of the 1980s with a lasting impact still felt in current pop culture.
12 days ago | Arts and Culture
Tears for Fears is not a nostalgia act, despite evidence to the contrary. The seasoned British band has been touring in recent years without a new studio album, instead performing its throng of hits and deep cuts.
2 months ago | Arts and Culture
On Midnight Oil's politically charged 1978 self-titled debut, singer Peter Garrett pounded his musical pulpit, throughout the band's intense, guitar-dominated songs.
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Kansas could have called it quits when legendary singer and keyboardist Steve Walsh departed in the not-so-distant past.
7 years ago | Music News
The promo sticker on Crowded House vocalist/guitarist Neil Finn's 1998 debut solo disc, Try Whistling This, praised him as "one of the finest songsmiths of his generation." It was a claim few pop lovers would dare to deny. If you've turned on...
8 years ago | Profiles
Stryper arrived on the metal scene in 1984, clad in yellow and black spandex, and quickly became major players in the exploding melodic hard rock scene. The foursome played catchy tunes and won the ears of millions of listeners, but what stood out...