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Vinyl Tap: The Plimsouls – “A Million Miles Away”

Over 25 years later, 1983's "A Million Miles Away" - three minutes and thirty-four seconds of hard-driven delirium - still packs a frenzied wallop. Read More »

Book Review: Out Of The Vinyl Deeps: Ellen Willis on Rock Music by Ellen Willis

A collection of 59 articles by one of the founders of modern rock criticism. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Classic Albums – Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Damn the Torpedoes

Tom Petty reconstructs the creation of his classic rock album during a turbulent time in the band's musical history. Read More »

Interview: The Memphis Mafia’s Jerry Schilling Talks About His Relationship With Elvis Presley

Elvis's best friend talks about the man, the movie, and his life as a member of the Memphis Mafia. Read More »

Book Review: Return of the King: Elvis Presley’s Great Comeback by Gillian G. Gaar

How the "Third Elvis" became the Comeback King. Read More »

DVD Review: Sid Vicious: His Final Hours

The questions as old as punk rock: Did Sid kill Nancy? Did Sid kill Sid? Read More »

Unsigned Bands to Open for KISS

Could your band open for KISS? Register now to compete for your place on the Hottest Show On Earth! Read More »

KISS in Concert: 2010 North American Tour Dates

KISS is heating up the summer with The Hottest Show on Earth Tour 2010! Read More »

My Darling Les Paul: Another Dead Love Story

A Dead Crush memorial for guitarist, inventor and musical inspiration Les Paul; the man who taught me how to rock. Read More »

Remembering Stu Sutcliffe

He was loved by John Lennon. He inspired their look. Without Stu Sutcliffe, would there ever have been a Beatles? Read More »