Score
Title
5966
Judas Priest - Painkiller [Metal]
750
Tame Impala - New Person, Same Old Mistakes [Psychedelic Pop]
12213
42 years ago, The Eagles album 'Their Greatest Hits' became the first ever album to go platinum -- it took it a week.
30
Over 200,000 rare vinyl records are being digitized and released to the public by the Boston Library.
96
Deee-Lite - Groove Is In The Heart [Dance-Pop]
74
Alex Lifeson says that Rush are finished
74
Tom Waits - Virginia Avenue [Jazz/Blues]
14
Reel Big Fish - Beer [Ska Punk]
714
Coheed and Cambria – Ten Speed (Of God's Blood & Burial) [Progressive/Alternative]
73
The Police - Can’t Stand Losing You [Reggae Rock] (1979)
70
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Beat The Devil's Tattoo [Rock]
28
Slayer - Dead Skin Mask [Heavy Metal]
75
Tom Petty's Daughter Insists Her Father Wasn't a Drug Addict Despite Accidental Overdose
15
Lamb Of God - Laid to Rest [Metal]
32
Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five - The Message [Old-School Hip Hop]
10
Scorpions - Wind Of Change [Hard Rock]
25
Jethro Tull - Locomotive Breath [Prog Rock]
7
Sublime and No Doubt - Total Hate 95 [Ska]
528
Kylie Minogue - Can't Get You Out of My Head [Dance]
4038
Gordon Lightfoot - The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald [Folk, Country]
6
Tom Waits - New Coat of Paint [Jazz]
26
Kim Wilde - You Keep Me Hangin' On [Dance]
5
Vertical Horizon - Everything You Want [90s Alt]
23
Velvet Underground - Sweet Jane [Rock]
11
Neil Young - Southern Man [Rock]
17
Rush Guitarist Alex Lifeson Says Band Is ‘Basically Done… We Felt It Was Enough’
8
The Police - Demolition Man [Rock] (1981)
17
Give me music that best describes your home country
7
Joan Jett - Love Hurts [Rock] (1990)
6
Korn - Coming Undone [Nu Metal]
5
Van Halen - Eruption [Heavy Metal]
5
Batushka - Yektenia [Black Metal]
3
Charlie Hunter - No money, No honey [jazz]
10
Cannibal Corpse - Hammer Smashed Face [Metal]
5
Gregory & The Hawk - Boats and Birds [Indie Folk]
1285
Die Antwoord - Beat Boy [zef rap]
3
Avenged Sevenfold - Nightmare [Heavy Metal]
5
Van Halen - Aint Talkin' Bout Love [Rock]
14
Winterfylleth - Green Cathedral [ Atmospheric Black Metal ]
11
Thelonious Monk, Dizzy Gillespie - Giants Of Jazz [Jazz]
10 Animebeats I was just about to post about this, so sad to see him go after he started to get more recognition for his work. You may recall he had an appearance on Marvel's [Luke Cage](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDbby88le74) and [American Dad](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tITz-42MbRI) But besides his cameo appearances, he stood strong on his own, always delivering a great performance, I recommend anyone reading this to watch his performance at [Rockpalast in 2013](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMuYD93dOho), You'll see what I mean through the sweat (he really sweats a lot) and emotion he puts into his songs. I highly recommend watching his ["What's In My Bag" segment](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I33XvzfvFho) as well. I'm sad I never got to see him live. He was my introduction to the genre of Soul Music and he's still my favorite to do it. I remember seeing a post a few years back on /r/listentothis with [this song](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJmaSx4jg2I) and it made me a fan for life. Thank you Charles, I love and miss you already
3 isldlife First Sharon Jones and now Charles Bradley. Bummer.
2 JmannDriver I was able to see him a few months ago and I passed on it. I regret this so much. He may have started late in his career but his music was amazing.
2 -StarHawK- saw him so recently at Sloss Music Fest. He was absolutely amazing. It saddens me that he passed on, but strengthens my heart that he lives on within me.
1 boomgrowl Gutted. This man has been the soundtrack to all my dates for as long as I've been dating. Sad day.
1 ThirdAve Saw him live a couple years ago. This one saddens me a bit. So much heart in his music, it really touched me.