The Scooby Snacks in the Fun Lovin' Criminals song aren't dog treats, they're Valium pills.
Sly & the Family Stone's "Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)" was a huge hit in 1970 and found new life when Janet Jackson sampled the bass riff on her 1989 hit "Rhythm Nation."
The Phoenix song "1901" is about Paris. Their lead singer Thomas Mars said: "Paris in 1901 was better than it is now. So the song is a fantasy about Paris."
Often heard as a patriotic song, "Down Under" is really about the selling of Australia and makes a strong political statement.
The events described in Alanis Morissette's song "Ironic," like rain on your wedding day, are not examples of irony. Irony is the use of words to convey the opposite of their literal meaning.
A one-ton bell was custom made for AC/DC's "Hell's Bells." The recording was slowed to half speed to make it sound like a more ominous two-ton bell.
JJ talks about The Stranglers' signature sound - keyboard and bass - which isn't your typical strain of punk rock.
Despite appearances on Carson, Leno and a Pennebaker film, Williams remains a hidden treasure.
The author of Help! 100 Songwriting, Recording And Career Tips Used By The Beatles, explains how the group crafted their choruses so effectively.
Was "Pearl" Eddie Vedder's grandmother, and did she really make a hallucinogenic jam? Did Journey have a contest to name the group? And what does KISS stand for anyway?
He wrote "She Blinded Me With Science" so he could direct a video about a home for deranged scientists.
Starting in Virginia City, Nevada and rippling out to the Haight-Ashbury, LSD reshaped popular music.