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Director Robert Gwisdek talks us through the making of Rammstein's epic music video for Zeit
With seven albums released across an 11-year recording career, Shane MacGowan's London-Irish folk-punks The Pogues worked and played hard. But which album is their crowning glory?
Randy Bachman grew up with Neil Young, tried to get The Who to change their name, saw more of Tina Turner than most. These are his stories
Just in case Metallica, Judas Priest, AC/DC, Lynyrd Skynyrd and the rest run out of ideas
Amid muted celebrations of their 50th anniversary Scorpions released their nineteenth studio album – Rock Believer – more than a decade after their farewell tour. Will they ever stop?
Motorhead man Lemmy had some strong opinions about the church – and some very good reasons for his views too
The ultimate track-by-track breakdown of Rammstein’s Zeit album, by Oxford Professor of Modern German Literature Karen Leeder
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