The fourth album by the grunge pioneers is a nonstop locomotive of hard, heavy guitars and deep musings about substance abuse and depression.
The California band’s third album is the one that opened the gates for them to achieve worldwide popularity and critical acclaim.
The self-titled third album by the Omaha, Nebraska band is a seamless blend of rock, rap and funk influences with a glossy radio-ready production aimed at the mainstream.
In the age of #MeToo, Courtney Love’s lyrics about violence against women resonate far and wide.
Heavily inspired by The Clash and The Specials, the album is a nonstop frolic through ska punk right to the edge of pop.