In recent years particularly, labels like Rhino and Sony Legacy have released more best-of collections and box sets than ever. But how many is too many? If nearly all the compilations are identical in tracklisting, what’s the point?
A new Beatles compilation celebrating the Fab Four’s “most powerful rock songs,” titled Tomorrow Never Knows, hits iTunes exclusively today. Though there’s obviously no new music here, the album’s digital packaging does include a new note from Dave Grohl, Foo Fighters frontman.
[pullquote quote="Their embrace of rap, for its commercial merits was just what hip-hop needed to survive the jump to records." credit="Dan Charnas"]Thirty years ago, independent record label Profile Records released Genius Rap by [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Dr. Jeckyll & […]
Trials. Tribulations. Skate Parks. In honor of International Go Skateboarding Day, we thought we’d share some of our favorite Skateboarding FAILS with you. Bumps and bruises aside, we realize skateboarding is a sport and thus […]
AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson will be featured on the upcoming Love and Peace compilation album. Johnson recorded “If I Had a Hammer” with several award-winning child singers for Love and Peace – Greatest Hits for […]