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The Marked Men’s Mark Ryan Ranks the Band’s Four Seminal Punk Albums
The guitarist of the influential Texas four-piece looks back at their four infectious LPs.
Stars Co-Frontperson Torquil Campbell Bluntly Ranks the Band's Eight Albums
The longrunning Canadian indie rockers are about to hit the 20-year mark as a band. Co-founder Campbell takes an honest look back at the eight albums they've made in that time.
Tony Hawk Ranks His Video Game Soundtracks
The world's most legendary skateboarder takes a look back at his long-running video game series and plays favourites with its influential soundtracks.
The World/Inferno Friendship Society's Jack Terricloth Ranks the Band’s LPs
The inimitable frontman looks back his longrunning punk rock cabaret collective’s career.
Low's Alan Sparhawk Ranks the Band's 11 Albums
On the release of their new album, 'Double Negative,' the co-founder reflects on a 25-year career that helped launch the slowcore movement.
Pig Destroyer’s J.R. Hayes Ranks the Grindcore Band's Five Albums
Coming off the release of the band's new album, 'Head Cage' the vocalist looked back on the work that carried them through the last 20 years.
Brandi Carlile Ranks Her Five Albums
The singer talks about the records that led her to ‘By the Way, I Forgive You,’ as well as same-sex parenting, missing out on the grunge movement, and working with Rick Rubin.
Mudhoney's Steve Turner Ranks the Band's Ten Albums
The Seattle icons are celebrating their 30th year with the release of their 11th album, 'Digital Garbage.' Guitarist Steve Turner looks back on the band's catalog so far.
White Denim's Steve Terebecki Plays Favourites with the Band's Six Albums
Ahead of the release of the Austin psych-rockers' seventh LP, 'Performance,' the bassist/vocalist looks back on their discography.
Paul Banks Ranks Every One of Interpol's Five Albums
Ahead of their new album, "Marauder,' Banks reflects on the creating the band's catalogue.
Murder By Death’s Adam Turla Ranks the Band’s Seven Albums
The music industry outliers have quietly amassed one of the most unique and consistent catalogues in indie rock. Here's how their frontman views it.
Ben Gibbard Ranks Death Cab for Cutie's Eight Albums
Ahead of the release of the band's new album, 'Thank You for Today,' the indie rock icon looks back on a 20-year career of appearances on 'The O.C.,' Grammy nominations, and dodging that whole emo thing.
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