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Watch: Common; stream OMD, Bad Religion, Nick Cave, Pearl Jam, Nightjacket and more.

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1994 punk albums, hole, green day, l7, rancid

To consider Alternative Press’ list of 1994’s top 15 punk albums, one has to bear in mind two factors: Green Day’s Dookie was released Feb. 1. Kurt Cobain died by his own hand April 5. The alternative nation’s voice was suddenly, shockingly stilled. After three years of the most popular music being an agonized scream […]

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best punk albums 1993, bad religion, bikini kill, nirvana, the muffs

Alternative rock still dominated popular music in 1993. This obviously begged the question of just how “alternative” something was if it was now on a major label and on the radio. Not necessarily a bad thing. After all, we’d never have to hear Whitesnake again. Bottom end and distortion returned to rock record-making in a […]

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Southern California gets a lot of credit for being the birthplace of many bands that you know and love such as Black Flag and Bad Religion, but Northern California’s discography, which includes both Green Day and Metallica, isn’t exactly that shabby either. The area may get a little less public affirmation, but hopefully we can […]

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1992 punk albums, fastbacks, the offspring, l7, social distortion

The mood of 1992: “We won!” Nirvana’s Nevermind sold by the truckload hourly. All anyone could talk about was alternative rock and grunge. Record biz execs walked around that spring’s SXSW convention in Austin in floppy, artfully unwashed hair, just-purchased flannel shirts and ripped jeans. You’d pass a line of them in the parking lot […]

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Song was an outtake from group’s sessions for its most recent album, Age of Unreason For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

Politically-leaning punk icons Bad Religion released “Emancipation Of The Mind,” an outtake from the 2019 album Age Of Unreason in conjunction with the inauguration today of President Joe Biden. The lyrics call for reason and open-mindedness as a new administration is welcomed into the White House. “I think the song really is a celebration of…

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musicians new careers, Jason Schwartzman, phantom planet, dan spitz, anthrax, as it is, patrick foley, greg gaffin, bad religion

Rock ‘n’ roll is a wild and crazy career to pursue. Some handle it well, throw up devil horns and spray their hair, even in the afterlife. Others enjoy the experience but discover that they want to pursue other things outside of touring and playing music. There’s certainly nothing wrong with this, as passion ebbs […]

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90s pop-punk albums 1990s punk no doubt green day descendents bad religion

It’s easy to mistake the foundations of pop punk as being laid in the 2000s. After all, that’s when the mainstream radio takeover of the genre occurred. As it turns out, though, we really have the ’90s to thank for our favorite artists and albums.  With the meteoric rise of bands such as Nirvana and […]

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