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13 items by Debby Miller

  • Let It Be

    Let It Be | ALBUM REVIEW

    This is a brilliant rock & roll album: as loose as it is deliberate, as pretty as it is hard rocking and as pissed off at all the right things ("Seen Your Video," "Androgynous") as it is...

    February 14, 1985 12:00 AM ET
  • How Will The Wolf Survive?

    How Will The Wolf Survive? | ALBUM REVIEW

    Mixing the soul of rural Mexican music with good-rocking American roots, How Will the Wolf Survive? is one of the best records of 1984. Singer David Hidalgo, who will break your heart with two gorgeous tunes called...

    January 17, 1985 12:00 AM ET
  • Like A Virgin

    Like A Virgin | ALBUM REVIEW

    In the early Sixties, when girls were first carving their niche in rock & roll, the Crystals were singing about how it didn't matter that the boy they loved didn't drive a Cadillac car, wasn't some big...

    January 17, 1985 12:00 AM ET
  • Run-D.M.C.

    Run-D.M.C. | ALBUM REVIEW

    Most Rap's just a beat and a boast, but Run and D.M.C., a pair of New York rappers, let the beat run wild and turn the boasts into messages that self-improvement is the only ticket out. Trading...

    August 30, 1984 12:00 AM ET
  • Born in the U.S.A.

    Born in the U.S.A. | ALBUM REVIEW

    Though it looks at hard times, at little people in little towns choosing between going away and getting left behind, Born in the U.S.A, Bruce Springsteen's seventh album, has a rowdy, indomitable spirit. Two guys pull into...

    July 19, 1984 12:00 AM ET
  • Private Dancer

    Private Dancer | ALBUM REVIEW

    Rolling on the river without Ike in the boat, Tina Turner makes a powerful comeback on Private Dancer. Turner throws herself into the material here, her voice rasping but strong, physical and impossibly sensual. There isn't a...

    July 5, 1984 12:00 AM ET
  • Van Halen's Split Personality: Rolling Stone's 1984 Feature

    Van Halen's Split Personality: Rolling Stone's 1984 Feature | ARTICLE

    It's a cold March day in Cincinnati. Snow is drifting up against the back door, wind is seeping through the windows, and David Lee Roth is on a picnic. This is his outfit: a hooded sweat shirt...

    June 21, 1984 1:10 PM ET
  • You Shouldn't-Nuf Bit Fish

    You Shouldn't-Nuf Bit Fish | ALBUM REVIEW

    Free your mind and your ass will follow" has always been George Clinton's foremost message to the world. But even while he campaigns to unlock your mind, it's clear his real goal is to shake your tail...

    March 15, 1984 12:00 AM ET
  • Urban Dancefloor Guerillas

    Urban Dancefloor Guerillas | ALBUM REVIEW

    Free your mind and your ass will follow" has always been George Clinton's foremost message to the world. But even while he campaigns to unlock your mind, it's clear his real goal is to shake your tail...

    March 15, 1984 12:00 AM ET
  • New Order: Life After Death

    New Order: Life After Death | ARTICLE

    May 19th, 1980, was no ordinary Monday for the members of Joy Division. Bags were packed and goodbyes had been said. They were...

    September 15, 1983 12:35 PM ET
  • Prince's Hot Rock: The Secret Life Of America's Sexiest One-Man Band

    Prince's Hot Rock: The Secret Life Of America's Sexiest One-Man Band | ARTICLE

    Good Evening, this is your pilot, Prince, speaking" comes out of the loudspeakers, all softness and breath, full of welcome. It's a flight...

    April 28, 1983 12:40 PM ET
  • Oh, No! It's Devo

    Oh, No! It's Devo | ALBUM REVIEW

    With album five now out, Devo again proves to be at their best with a singular brand of dance song — sort of a Chubby Checker-in-space idea, with loony instructions set to a mechanized stomp....

    February 17, 1983 12:00 AM ET
  • The Who to Begin 'Final' U.S. Tour

    The Who to Begin 'Final' U.S. Tour | ARTICLE

    After eighteen years together, the Who will make a farewell tour across America this autumn. They'll continue to record, they'll even play an occasional concert, and they'll do solo projects, as they have in the past....

    September 30, 1982 10:05 AM ET
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