Music video


  • July 13, 1973: The Day Rock Got a New Monarch

    On July 13, 1973, the tectonic plates of rock music shifted dramatically. On that day, an unassuming yet audacious British band named Queen unleashed their self-titled debut album, “Queen.” This seismic release marked the genesis of a band destined to transcend the boundaries of rock, etching their indomitable legacy into the annals of music history.…

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  • David Bowie’s ‘Space Oddity’: A Cosmic Journey Through Sound

    On July 11, 1969, as the world braced for the monumental Apollo 11 moon landing, an emerging David Bowie released “Space Oddity,” a song that would soon become a defining anthem of the space age. Just days before humans first set foot on the moon, Bowie’s cosmic tale of Major Tom captured the imagination of…

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  • June 25: 25 Years Apart – The Legacies of Prince and Michael Jackson

    June 25 holds a special place in music history, marking both the release of an iconic album and the passing of a legendary artist. On this date in 1984, Prince released his groundbreaking album “Purple Rain,” a record that would redefine his career and solidify his place in the pantheon of music greats. Little did…

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  • Whitney Houston’s Second Act: The Album That Changed Everything

    Whitney Houston’s second album, “Whitney,” released on June 2, 1987, was a seismic event in pop music history. This album didn’t just meet the high expectations set by her debut—it obliterated them, securing Houston’s place as a musical titan and smashing records left and right. From the outset, “Whitney” was a force of nature. It…

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  • 10 Fun Facts About Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’

    Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ is not just a record-breaking album; it’s a treasure chest of intriguing stories and hidden gems. To celebrate its 41st anniversary, here are some of the lesser-known facts that add layers to the legend of ‘Thriller’. In the annals of music, Thriller stands as a testament to innovation, talent, and the magic…

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  • Michael & Paul’s Dishwashing Jam

    Amidst the kaleidoscope of the 1980s, with its intoxicating beats and larger-than-life music videos, a single photograph emerged that, in its simplicity, said more about a partnership than a thousand words could. It wasn’t set against the backdrop of an opulent stage or amidst the frenzy of adoring fans. Instead, it captured two of music’s…

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  • Riffs, Rebellion, and Revolution: Nirvana’s Game-Changing Anthem

    September 10, 1991. The music world was about to be irrevocably shaken. The airwaves, long dominated by polished pop beats and the electric glitz of the ’80s, were intercepted by a raw, gritty guitar riff heralding the arrival of Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit.” As the lead single from the band’s seminal “Nevermind” album, this…

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  • Iron Maiden – Senjutsu

    Putting the sound aside, “Senjutsu” is a very good release for Iron Maiden fans.

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  • The MTV Phenomenon: Changing the Tune of the Music Industry

    On August 1, 1981, an unprecedented event occurred in the media industry that would forever change the way we consume music: the launch of MTV (Music Television). The first-ever music video to grace this new platform was The Buggles’ fittingly prophetic “Video Killed the Radio Star,” a title that foresaw the pivotal shift about to…

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