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Remembering 5 of Neil Peart’s Most Powerful Song Lyrics

Neil Peart, who performed as if he had as many appendages as an octopus, was the ever-reliable backbone of prog-rock band Rush’s sound. Yet despite his bombast, he never overplayed. Every beat, every fill, every crash was purposeful and carefully considered. His throne is secure as one of rock’s greatest drummers, but he was also...

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They Might Be Giants’ Flood Turns 30: Musicians Extol the Landmark Album

Two weeks into the 1990s, two Brooklynites named John released a clever, eclectic, blissfully quirky collection of 19 tracks called Flood on Elektra Records—and they did this at a time when major label rosters were still primarily comprised of proven pop stars, hair-metal heavies, and R&B icons. They Might Be Giants’ quintessential third LP landed...

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They Might Be Giants’ John Flansburgh Reflects on Flood 30 Years Later: “It Was an Exciting Time”

When John Flansburgh was 29, he and John Linnell—collectively known as They Might Be Giants—released their third full-length album, Flood, what’s considered to be the band’s seminal studio offering. Today, Flood turns 30—the very age Linnell was when the iconic record first dropped.  There was no way the two could’ve known what they were creating at...

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Duff McKagan, Jakob Dylan, and More Pay Tribute to The Clash at London Calling 40th Anniversary Show

It was a jam-packed night at The Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood on January 11 when fans of The Clash prepared for the time of their lives. Guns N’ Roses’ Duff McKagan, MC5’s Wayne Kramer, The Wallflowers’ Jakob Dylan, Butch Walker, and musician/actor/comedian Fred Armisen were billed for a tribute show honoring the 40th anniversary...

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Confessions of a Rush Fan: Our 1992 Interview with Neil Peart

This article originally appeared in the March 1992 issue of SPIN. In light of Neil Peart’s recent passing, we’re republishing it here. Rush? Yes, Rush. Not the movie or the B.A.D. II song. Certainly not “Rush Rush” by Paula Abdul or Rush Street by Richard Marx. And not even Frank Marino and Mahogany Rush. Just...

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Billie Eilish Revisits Classic SPIN Covers Featuring Green Day, Madonna, and More

It’s been a whirlwind year for Billie Eilish. When she dropped her album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? back in March, it immediately shot to No. 1 on the Billboard 200, and stayed there for three weeks. It spent the rest of the year in the top 10, landed at No. 1 on the magazine’s year-end album...

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Artist of the Year: Billie Eilish

I first met Billie Eilish in October 2017 at Baby’s All Right, an intimate Brooklyn haunt where touring bands book underplays and indie blogs throw holiday parties. Draped in a camo puffer jacket and a tangle of neck chains, the then-15-year-old singer entranced a few hundred attendees with her breakthrough song “Ocean Eyes,” covered Drake’s “Hotline Bling,” and...

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My Chemical Romance Prove Just How Far Emo Has Come at Thrilling L.A. Reunion Show

It’s just after 9:30 PM on the second to last Friday of the decade and LA’s Shrine Auditorium is buzzing. Sure, the line to get into tonight’s gig may have stretched down a city block and through what felt like miles of amusement-park-in-the-summer barricade snaking, but no one minds. In fact, this now-suitably warmed-up crowd,...

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The Worst Songs We Heard in 2019

Good music can brighten even the most terrible times, and many artists did so this year: You can read about our favorite albums of 2019 here and favorite songs here. But this is list is not about good music. This list is about the wretched, the disposable, the lazy—the music that comes on and makes the...

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