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Fact or Fiction
They're Playing My Song
Members of Modest Mouse, The Unicorns and Man Man come together to make something they call "Doom-Wop."
The Songfacts iPhone App
A guide to Soundproof - the Songfacts app for iPhone.
The Dirty Heads
Dustin Bushnell and Jared Watson tell us about their wannabe gangsta days and their Avenged Sevenfold connection.
Steve Jobs Greatest Hits
30 seconds at a time, Steve Jobs opened up new musical worlds with his song selections for Apple commercials.
Semi Precious Weapons
Gaga's glamour boys explain their dirty showbiz philosophy.
Have you heard about how anyone can make a song on their computer, put it on MySpace and become a star? That's Stephen.
Stephan Said and Music for Global Change
An Arab American singer with a plan to change the world through music.
Quarterfly - Rock's Next Big Thing
Tortured songs and toils on the road: How this South Carolina band is trying to make it big.
Surprising Guest Musicians
Michael Jackson, David Bowie and Elton John all got high-profile help on famous songs.
Songfactor's Choice: Best American Bands
The Songfactor's Choice picks for the greatest American Bands of all time.
Home to Otis Redding, Isaac Hayes and The Staple Singers, Stax Records finally has their music catalog and their legacy in order.
Lyrics as a Foreign Language
English is often the lyrical language of choice even when it's a second - or third - language.
This Chicago singer/songwriter was using a fake ID when he was 18 - so he could play the open mics.
Worthy or Worthless: Quesionable Band Members
Lyricists, dancing guys and hype men: We rate the questionable band members from Worthy to Worthless.
Depressing Songs That Sound Happy
A look at some songs with chipper music that disguises painfully depressing lyrics.
Pearl and the Beard
This is what happens when three quirky musicians meet in New York City and form a band.
What it's like to be 22 in Nashville and singing about whiskey and old boyfriends.
MTV: The Early Years
An inside look at the early music video era with the author of
MTV Ruled the World
9 Songs Where Stuff Is On Fire
All kinds of things catch fire in famous songs, sometimes quite literally.
Songfactors Choice: Top Albums of the '90s
Our picks for the Top 10 albums of the '90s.
Fact or Fiction
They're Playing My Song
Leslie Michele Derrough
90210 to Buffy to Glee: How Songs Transformed TV
Songs About Movies
Songs Discussed in Movies
Who's Johnny, And Why Does He Show Up In So Many Songs
Jesus Christ Superstar: Ted Neeley Tells the Inside Story
Experience Nirvana with Sub Pop Founder Bruce Pavitt
Bass Player Scott Edwards
Artis the Spoonman
Let Me Be Your Teddy Bear: Teddy Bears and Teddy Boys in Songs
Facebook, Bromance and Email - The First Songs To Use New Words
Have Mercy! It's Wolfman Jack
Does Jimmy Page Worship The Devil? A Look at Satanism in Rock
Macabre Mother Goose: The Dark Side of Children's Songs
Best Band Logos
Divided Souls: Musical Alter Egos
Jay, Peaches, Spinderella and other Darrining Victims
Muhammad Ali: His Musical Legacy and the Songs he Inspired
Janis Ian: Married in London, but not in New York
La La Brooks of The Crystals
The Untold Story Of Fiona Apple's Extraordinary Machine
Jesus Thinks You're a Jerk: Rock vs. Televangelists
Modern A Cappella with Peder Karlsson of The Real Group
Part of Their World: The Stories and Songs of 13 Disney Princesses
Album Cover Inspirations
What Made Big Star Shine
N.W.A vs. the World
Wedding Bell Blues
Second Wind Songs
The Real Nick Drake
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