15 Terrible Songs That Ruin Supposedly Perfect Albums


By Frank Donovan

The Beatles’ Abbey Road, Stevie Wonder’s Songs in the Key of Life, Nirvana’s Nevermind–Even the most iconic and highly-regarded albums have a track that we always skip. We’re all for artists evolving their sound, but it’s often painfully clear when the sonic experimentation in the studio should have remained in the scrap pile instead of sandwiched between way better songs.

Read on for 15 subpar tracks that detract from music’s greatest albums.

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by (@BHSmithNYC)

Get A First Look At What Went Down At ‘That Metal Show’s Season 14 Premiere

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Saturdays are going to rock once again because That Metal Show returns to VH1 Classic tomorrow night at its brand new time of 9/8C for its season 14 premiere!  If you can’t wait until then, check out these exclusive pics of everything that went down when Rush‘s Geddy Lee took the stage and fellow prog-hard rock virtuoso John Petrucci of Dream Theater cranked up his amp as a special musical guest. Read more…

by (@hernameislex)

Kanye West Lost Fashion Industry Friends When He Started Dating Kim Kardashian

Kanye West lost friends in the fashion industry when he started dating Kim Kardashian, according to Yeezy’s interview with “Soon as we started dating, fashion people completely turned their backs on her and me,” he told the publication. “They already had their back to her, and now they turned it to me.”

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by (@Bosnaud)

10 Lines From Drake’s New Album That Can Be Used In Everyday Life


New music from Drake automatically means Internet holiday, you can expect your timeline on any social network to become littered with poorly executed captions, and cluttered hashtags. This is because the ’6 God’ has the ability of conveying everyday thoughts and emotions into song form, leaving his fans with an arsenal of spiteful one-liners and petty metaphors to chose from.

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The 12 Greatest Heavy Metal And Hard Rock Supergroups Of The Modern Era


By Doc Coyle (@DocCoyle)

I have a soft spot for supergroups. It gives me the same feeling as when Ghost Rider and the Punisher would crossover into The Amazing Spiderman for a few issues. It’s the same reason why I love the NBA All-Star game, and why I like ice cream with a bunch of stuff in it; Oreos, Reese’s peanut butter cups, cookie dough, and literally everything else. I am a glutton for the things I like, and I fantasize about what they would be like all mashed up. Heavy supergroups are like fantasy football for metal nerds.

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by (@BHSmithNYC)

Find Out Why Geddy Lee of Rush Thinks Rock Stars Are Superheroes In ‘Rock Icons’ Sneak Peek

This Saturday, February 21st, tune into VH1 Classic at 10/9C to see the debut episode of Rock Icons, the new documentary television series which goes into the limelight and behind the camera eye with classic rock’s most legendary musicians. If you think we went a little heavy with the Rush references there, that’s because episode one is about the band’s lead singer and bass virtuoso, Geddy Lee. Watch a sneak peek from the series premiere above and find out why he thinks rock stars are like real-life superheroes and how the band arrived at it’s unique sound below.  Read more…