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Song of the Day: “Drain You”

Eighteen years ago, Nirvana recorded "Drain You" during a European tour at Maida Vale studios in London for the BBC. For the past month or...

Song of the Day: “In Bloom”

Today in 1991, Nirvana's second album "Nevermind" received some pre-release airtime on the radio, serving as the unofficial world premiere for it and one...

Song of the Day: “Dear Prudence”

Today in 1968, The Beatles began recording a new John Lennon song that would find its way onto the album now commonly referred to...

Song of the Day: “I Am the Walrus”

The Beatles' weirdly infamous track from "The Magical Mystery Tour", "I Am the Walrus", first released as a B-side to "Hello, Goodbye", and has...

Song of the Day: “Run Through the Jungle”

Today in 1970, Creedence Clearwater Revival started a 9-week run at No. 1 on the U.S. album chart with their album "Cosmo's Factory". One...

Song of the Day: “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”

The Rolling Stones started a run on the U.S. album chart with the release of their fourth American studio album, "Out of Our Heads",...

Song of the Day: “I Want You (She’s So Heavy)”

Today marks the last day that The Beatles were together in the recording studio, exactly fifty years ago, recording the final overdubs for our...

Song of the Day: “Moonage Daydream”

Remembering David Bowie's 1971 psych pop masterpiece as it was played on this day nearly fifty years ago. This week, we're continuing our trend of...

Song of the Day: “Baba O’Riley”

The Who's classic "Baba O'Riley" has been a part of American culture long before it appeared on Stranger Things Season 3. We're diving into the...

Song of the Day: “Echoes”

Pink Floyd's sprawling, progressive, psychedelic epic, "Echoes" still holds its magic after all these years. This week, admittedly, we're on a bit of a history...