So you should relish every second of it!
Sex, polls, and rock n’ roll.
Find out how much a music nerd you really are.
Lyrics were pretty weird back then.
We own the night… or does the night own us?
Are you angsty, very angsty, or extremely angsty?
Was 1994 actually the best year for music ever? Probably, yeah.
Do you know what happens while you’re dreaming?
Twelve rounds of the heated debates you and your best friends had back in the day.
Because your dream vacation really should reflect how cool you are. Duh.
Twenty years ago, MTV held the most epic and iconic VMAs of all time — which included appearances by Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Madonna, Janet Jackson, R.E.M., and Neil Young. So step aside, 2000 VMAs. Just step aside.
In a rough chronological order, these are the most ’90s hits of the ’90s.
Because there’s basically nothing sexier than a well-arched brow.
So, most of these deal with love and whatever, but metaphorically, they’re space jams!!!
Billie Holiday’s take on “Summertime” made it a hit, but have you heard the R.E.M., Morcheeba, and Janis Joplin covers?
After 24 seasons, it’d be easier to list who HASN’T been on the show. It’s still unclear whether or not Michael Jackson counts, though.
Check out rare recordings by Bob Dylan, Best Coast, Stephen Malkmus, Mumford & Sons, the xx, MGMT, and more.
You thought it was a good idea to visit Rockville the first time. But now you’re never going to go back there and waste another year.
These are the songs that capture what it really feels like to live in L.A. — both the great and the not-so-great.
Somehow all of these songs came out over the course of 12 months.
Major Scale TV changes songs from minor keys to major keys, rendering them familiar but so, so different.
Few things are as delightful as Elton John singing with Miss Piggy, or the Spice Girls teaching a science class.
Eddie Vedder sings Pink Floyd, Paul McCartney fronts Nirvana, and more from the superstar Sandy charity gig.
It’s all in Franco’s video for the song “That Someone Is You.” Oh, and there’s lots of dancing too.
James Franco directed the clip for “Blue,” a song that features vocals by Patti Smith.
Did you have any of these pinned to your bedroom wall?
Weaver D’s, the Georgia soul food spot that inspired the title of R.E.M.’s biggest album, has fallen on hard times. Insert your own “Everybody Hurts” joke here.
The singer who popularized the Breakfast at Tiffany’s tune died last night at age 84. Not many songs fall in the Venn diagram circle between R.E.M. and Clay Aiken.
Madonna in a wedding dress, Britney and her snake, a thousand Eminems, and the bassist Nirvana gets bonked on the head. In other words, the best of the best.