In memory of Tommy Ramone, who passed away yesterday, here's the group's self-titled debut album.
If you've seen the documentary, "A Band Called Death," you might be familiar with these guys. If not, then you should definitely check it out when you get the chance.
The 2006 version of 'Sweet Jane,' in honor of the rock n' roll great who died this weekend.
Green Day have been cleared in a lawsuit over their use of an artist's image in a concert backdrop.
In 1974 the group -- comprised of Bobby, David, and Dannis Hackney -- was approached by Columbia Records mogul Clive Davis for a record deal, but Davis requested the band choose a more commercially relatable group name. Death refused.
A federal judge has refused to throw out a request from James O’Keefe, who infamously and secretly filmed an ACORN worker while pretending to be a pimp. The selectively-edited video, typical of O’Keefe’s punk hackery, ultimately led to the defunding of ACORN by Congress and its subsequent bankruptcy.
Night at the Roundtable with Elvis Costelllo And The Attractions, recoded in session at the BBC for the John Peel Program, July 1977. Any amount you can donate, please-please-please do.
Nights at the Roundtable with Buzzcocks, in session at The BBC - May 21, 1979. Don't forget to donate!
Newstalgia Backstage Weekend with The Tourists (featuring Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart), live in London, 1980.
Nights at the Roundtable with Scottish Punk/New Romantic/Dream Pop Duo Strawberry Switchblade and a session recorded for the John Peel Program at The BBC - October 4, 1982.