You might want to hit up a few of these people for their "eternal youth" secrets.
"No man is an island entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main."
Rebel girl, you were the queen of the teenage world.
Are you an indie-queen like Justine Frischmann or a snarling badass like Shirley Manson?
1995 was a hell of a year for music.
Time to find out whether you're Miss World, or more of a Cornflake Girl.
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.
They're talented, they're beautiful, and they're probably immortal.
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.
British designer Christophe Gowans answers the question: "What if best-selling albums had been books instead?"
All of these records came out in 1993, which was a damn good year for music. Sorry if this makes you feel totally ancient.
Our best lists, essays, mashups, and playlists of the year. Plus, a tribute to the incredibly sexy lyrics of Nickelback.
Her first three albums, which I first heard as a teen, are an exhaustive chart of what it can mean to be both sexual and a girl.
I really need to get some back issues of Index.