TBH, most of these videos seem pretty tame nowadays.
He puts the "goth" in "Gotham."
Good luck grunge lovers...
In August, Spencer Elden, who was photographed naked on the album cover as a baby, sued the band, alleging that he was “sexually exploited" as a minor.
The Baby From Nirvana’s “Nevermind” Album Cover Is Suing The Band And Kurt Cobain’s Estate For Alleged “Child Pornography”
Spencer Elden is claiming his parents never authorized the use of his photograph for the Nirvana album.
Turns out, "Misery Business" makes Hayley Williams, well...miserable.
Sonny and Cher were completely different people after being a music duo for 13 years.
I can't believe Dolly Parton wrote "Jolene" and "I Will Always Love You" in the SAME DAY.
“I tend to tune out all generational talk these days. Because it all seems very fake. It all seems like superficial loyalty. Almost like a sports team.”
Rock star ghosts are the best kind of ghosts.
Playing drums in front of thousands? Check. Out Adele-ing Adele? Check.
The Offspring, System Of A Down, Slipknot... Que de souvenirs.
Front row to the greatest rock shows in history, presented by Getty Images.
From garage rock to pop-alt, these were your anthems 15 years ago.
Those genetics are strong.
Weezers "Buddy Holly" wäre beinahe "Fred Astaire" geworden.
Courtney Love wasn't invited.
Sometimes, just one word speaks volumes.
Runs in the family.
This week, Larissa Pham wrote about growing up in a family that never spoke of mental illnesses. Read that and other essays from Pigeons and Planes, The Cut, Jezebel, and more.
Never Mind The Buzzcocks has been cancelled after a 28-series run. Here's a quiz by way of tribute.
From Elvis, to Nirvana, to Britney Spears — and of course, Beyoncé.
Watch three really weird guys perform the funniest misheard lyrics from music history. #wetdreamtomato
Plus James Franco's weird weirdness, 6 mistakes you're making while applying mascara, and the Morgan Freeman GPS.
The Seattle Police Department has released 35 photos from the crime scene of the rock star's suicide. The photos come from four recently discovered film rolls that were previously undeveloped.
Artist Butcher Billy has taken iconic '90s alt-rock heroes and mashed them up with your favorite video game characters.
In 1993, Anthony and Flea brought "charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent," to Nirvana's taping of MTV Live and Loud. WARNING: too much sexiness ahead.