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17 items by Chris Mundy

  • Misery Loves Elliott Smith

    Misery Loves Elliott Smith | ARTICLE

    Elliott Smith lives at the collision of three different neighborhoods in Brooklyn, but the noise of the traffic and the blare of the...

    September 3, 1998 5:25 PM ET
  • Q&A: Art Alexakis of Everclear

    Q&A: Art Alexakis of Everclear | ARTICLE

    Someone recently told Everclear frontman Art Alexakis that he was doing for the West Coast what Bruce Springsteen once did for the East...

    March 5, 1998 6:10 PM ET
  • Salt-N-Pepa Do It Their Way

    Salt-N-Pepa Do It Their Way | ARTICLE

    Cheryl James is reclining poolside at a los Angeles hotel, talking about her late friend Tupac Shakur. "There's no telling what happened to...

    October 16, 1997 10:40 AM ET
  • Conan O'Brien's Three-Year Overnight Success

    Conan O'Brien's Three-Year Overnight Success | ARTICLE

    You can call it fate or you can call it breaking and entering. The differences are marginal. The time was the late '80s, a...

    September 19, 1996 12:10 PM ET
  • Ruling Asses: Oasis

    Ruling Asses: Oasis | ARTICLE

    "Women have had me over. It's happened twice in the last month. After I've bopped 'em, they've gone and sold it to the papers and made money out of it. Fair play. But I've just come in...

    May 2, 1996 11:50 AM ET
  • Ruling Asses

    Ruling Asses | ARTICLE

    Below is an excerpt of an article that originally appeared in RS 733 from May 2, 1996. This issue and the rest of the Rolling Stone archives are available via Rolling Stone Plus, Rolling...

    May 2, 1996 12:00 AM ET
  • Invasion of the Foo Fighers

    Invasion of the Foo Fighers | ARTICLE

    Below is an excerpt of an article that originally appeared in

    October 5, 1995 12:00 AM ET
  • Wild Thing: Drew Barrymore

    Wild Thing: Drew Barrymore | ARTICLE

    Drew Barrymore is knockin back a beer. Not a near beer, mind you, but a good old-fashioned Pilsener. Hops and barley. The kind of libation that would impair her ability to operate heavy machinery if, for some...

    June 15, 1995 8:00 AM ET
  • Ethan Hawke, Renaissance Boy

    Ethan Hawke, Renaissance Boy | ARTICLE

    What a difference a goatee makes. Case in point: One Ethan Hawke, 24-year-old short-film maker, writer, video director and artistic director of his own...

    March 9, 1995 2:00 PM ET
  • Best New Band: Green Day

    Best New Band: Green Day | ARTICLE

    Not long after Green Day played Woodstock '94 – a performance that scored the band mass adulation – singer Billie Joe Armstrong...

    January 26, 1995 3:55 PM ET
  • The Beastie Boys: Where the Wild Things Are

    The Beastie Boys: Where the Wild Things Are | ARTICLE

    The story you're about to read is true. Three grown men officially known by nicknames and wearing clothes that look like they've been handed...

    August 11, 1994 12:00 PM ET
  • Inside the Smashing Pumpkins' Double-Platinum Soap Opera

    Inside the Smashing Pumpkins' Double-Platinum Soap Opera | ARTICLE

    A whole lotta therapy bills have gone toward making this moment possible. Welcome to the Aragon Ballroom, in Chicago. The price of your ticket is helping to make the last year and a half in the life of...

    April 21, 1994 3:45 PM ET
  • New Faces: Smashing Pumpkins

    New Faces: Smashing Pumpkins | ARTICLE

    Listening to Gish, the initial, awe-inspiring explosion by Smashing Pumpkins, the word control doesn't spring immediately to mind. But for Billy Corgan, the...

    August 8, 1991 3:20 PM ET
  • Mick Jagger's Return to Film

    Mick Jagger's Return to Film | ARTICLE

    Most actors who let twenty years pass between films might be in a bit of a slump, but luckily, Mick Jagger has a...

    June 27, 1991 6:00 PM ET
  • Dinosaur Jr. Are Indie-Rock's Slacker Heroes

    Dinosaur Jr. Are Indie-Rock's Slacker Heroes | ARTICLE

    Holed up in a once-plush mountainside condo turned debris-strewn hovel, Dinosaur Jr. seems to be in its natural habitat. With members of the...

    April 18, 1991 12:00 AM ET
  • All Shook Down

    All Shook Down | ALBUM REVIEW

    America's best band is back where it belongs: the garage. After almost a decade of raw, piercing albums about uncertainty and growing disenchantment, the Replacements scored a commercial breakthrough with last year's toned-down, shined-up Don't Tell a...

    October 4, 1990 12:00 AM ET
  • Doolittle

    Doolittle | ALBUM REVIEW

    Being picked up by a major la-bel apparently hasn't brought any peace to Pixies singer-songwriter Black Francis. The same nightmares that inhabited the band's two brilliant independent LPs, Come on Pilgrim and Surfer Rosa, are in evidence...

    July 13, 1989 12:00 AM ET
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