Here is No Doubt playing "Don't Speak" back in January 1994 when it was a "love song." Later, when Stefani and bassist Tony Kanal's romantic relationship ended, it became a break-up song and catapulted the band to fame. That's Gwen's brother Eric on the accordion. He went on to become an animator for The Simpsons and The Ren & Stimpy Show.
Alice in Chains goes bardcore in this Old English version of "Down In A Hole." "When they performed this at Ragnar's execution, It was kinda awkward but the scene later at Ælla's palace's unplugged session was surreal from what I heard," says the_miracle_aligner. READ THE REST
In the 1980s, REM's Michael Stipe wrote the song above, a deconstruction of mass media and takedown of Ronald Reagan. The band made a demo of the track and originally planned to record it for Life's Rich Pageant (1986), but it didn't end up making the cut. However, it did serve as a prototype for… READ THE REST
Although the genre may have seemingly lost sight of the concept, rap is all about "keeping it real." The origin of Hip-hop revolved around self-expression and an authentic form of it at that. Even though the corporate forces tried to invade rap for a couple of decades, they were largely unsuccessful until the early 2000s.… READ THE REST
As the years go by, the photos we have are the best and most vivid way to remember our defining moments with loved ones and of great adventure. Typically, though, the family birthday pool parties, epic kayaking adventures on the river, and sublime snorkeling with sea turtles, are left without much photographic evidence. The refurbished… READ THE REST
Getting your act together now that the sun is shining and you have better things to do with your time is hard, especially when you need to focus. Then, as everything turns into busy work and you're just trying to make it through the day so you can enjoy an exhaustive list of fun things, bam,… READ THE REST
At one point in your life, you've had to or will have to use Microsoft Office applications, whether in the classroom or at your job – it's an essential skill set. For a one-time purchase of $69.99, you and your family can access top Microsoft applications like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, and OneNote forever. This 2021… READ THE REST