The prime minister couldn’t be persuaded to take part in any singing. He felt there was no other way to see in the new year, according to The Sun.
1995 was a hell of a year for music.
Sex, polls, and rock n’ roll.
The team over at Aptitude imagine what happens beyond the borders of well-known album art.
Like interpretive dance. But with cheap photography.
Finding these photos wasn’t easy. But nothing is…
Living with Macular Degeneration.
In the words of Liam Gallagher, slide away…
Take a trip back to the ’90s.
Will you live forever or fade away with the common people?
“Maybe, I don’t really wanna know, how your garden grows… “
There’s only so much fun you can have with cheese. PARKLIFE!
Was 1994 actually the best year for music ever? Probably, yeah.
The Channel 4 News anchor, that is, not the character in “Game of Thrones”. He also did a bit of Manfred Mann.
Twelve rounds of the heated debates you and your best friends had back in the day.
Before the internet, the best way to find out about cool music was watch MTV after midnight on Sundays. Or, you know, set your VCR to tape it.
Because there’s basically nothing sexier than a well-arched brow.
Wasted Britpop stars and lots of didgeridoo. Oh, and one nude lady (NSFW).
Whether you’re distraught, angry, or feeling sorta numb, these are the records that are there for you when you need it most. Some will cheer you up, and others will just let you wallow.
Can I be young again now, please?
Phoenix with R. Kelly! The Postal Service reunited! Coachella does the “Harlem Shake”! Plus, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Blur, Tegan and Sara, Major Lazer, and more.
Imitation is flattery, or something like that. Or influence? That’s the nice word for it.
Like musical mashups, but for your body!
All of these records came out in 1993, which was a damn good year for music. Sorry if this makes you feel totally ancient.
Just sit back and pretend you’re hanging out at a very angst-ridden hotel lounge.
Hopefully the Britpop icons’ Olympics-closing gig will be as awesome as these vintage clips.
An audience in Chapeco, Brazil, failed to catch a cover band dude as he attempted to crowd surf.
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For your listening pleasure: Smells Like Teen Spirit Vs. Blur’s Song 2. It totally works. (Via Nerdcore.)