Part two of our look at LL Cool J’s discography wonders whether he should’ve quit while he was ahead.
This Note for Note retrospective of LL Cool J’s career is HARD. AS. HELL.
Take a trip with us through the discography of the one, the only, Depeche Mode.
Following the death of Ian Curtis, the remaining members of Joy Division decided to embark on an entirely new project, although it would take some time for the group to find its own voice. Formed in 1980, New Order augmented the trio of Sumner (guitar, vocals), Hook (bass), and Morris with keyboardist Gillian Gilbert (Morris’ then-girlfriend and now-wife). The band went on to have a fairly prolific career, although the stream of releases slowed significantly by the mid- 1990s, partially [...]
The Popblerd staff gives an overview of Joy Division’s discography.
Get your harmony vocals tightened up and ready to go–we’re taking a look at the discography of Boyz II Men in a 2-part series.
A Guide to the Discography of Bob Mould (Part Three: Post-Millennium, from Electronica to Rock God Again)
Part 3 of our look at Bob Mould’s career examines the twists and turns he took over the last decade, including forays into electronica and a return to rock.
In part 2 of our look at the career of Bob Mould, we examine his output in the ’90s, from his early solo work to the short-lived greatness of his band Sugar.
What goes up must come down, and in the second half of our Note for Note column, we investigate the last decade and a half of Janet Jackson’s career.
The first part of a 2-part look at the career and discography of superstar and icon Janet Jackson.
Note for Note: A Guide to the Discography of Chris Cornell (Part Two: Audioslave, Solo Work, and the Triumphant Return)
In the wake of the triumphant return of Soundgarden, the PopBlerd crew looks back at the career of its most visible member. (1999-2012)