'Cause nobody ever forgets their first…album.
Dumpster movies, FIRE soundtracks.
Don't be shy with those unpopular opinions!
Shut up and listen!
Weezer's "Buddy Holly" could've been called "Fred Astaire."
As suggested by you.
How could you NOT feel the love tonight?
"Escape (The Piña Colada Song)" has never felt so powerful.
Baby, I compare you to a kiss from a rose on the gray. Definitively ranked, for science!
Plus Oprah tries to reform LiLo, MMA is headed toward using real-life "RoboCop" suits, and 10 models who've failed beautifully at acting.
Were you born slippy? Do you believe you can fly? Will your heart go on? Time to find out.
We all know that a soundtrack can make or break a movie.
From Frances Ha to Frozen, these films were accompanied by the best music this year.
Plus 20 of the best songs ever written for movies, a sea otter who knows how to relax, and the continued survival of the Rolling Stones.
Reddit user PGERMS wanted to experiment if a cat could actually compose the score to a soap opera. Looks like some composers might be replaced.
It's not that these movies were BAD — it's just that the soundtracks for them were really, really awesome.
FYI, it's not just teenage girls on their period in 1997. It's you. Now.
"All Is Love," the first song from Karen O's Where The Wild Things Are soundtrack, is streaming on MySpace.
Indie film "The Graduates," shot for $95,000 in Ocean City, Maryland, includes a two-disc soundtrack now available for free. Just enter "GOGRADS" at checkout for 24 tracks from up-and-coming indie bands.
Paul and Storm bring us 25 never-heard Randy Newman tracks that, unlike every Pixar film ever, didn't quite make it to the soundtracks of movies like Schindler's List and Boogie Nights.
The Mozart of '80s adult contemporary radio has provided the title song for Pineapple Express.