Any attempt to make a “best of” list for an artist as prolific as Bob Dylan is doomed to fail. But, you know what, we decided to try anyway
Oh, Bobby D. As great as you can be, you’ve sure had some epic stinkers. And no, they weren’t all from the ’80s
In March 2011, Rebecca Black’s epically bad song “Friday” went viral. TIME cataloged other tunes with nonsense verses.
Some of cinema’s greatest scenes can be attributed to the music that accompany them. TIME picks the best movie albums.
TIME picks the perfect tunes for those nights of love-induced misery. Wallow away
TIME presents the classic recordings that brought fame and fortune to musicians—after they were gone.
TIME takes a look at country music’s most absurd tunes—many of which, oddly, involve alcohol.
There are songs and then there are things that position words in the general vicinity of music. TIME takes a look at pop numbers that are more spoken than sung.
Cee-Lo Green’s hit “F___ You” is more pleasant than its name suggests. Still, he isn’t happy about a love gone bad. TIME looks at angry tunes about sour relationships.
Anyone who has ever been to a wedding knows that there are certain songs that can’t be avoided. TIME picks the most predictable reception tunes.
TIME’s 2011 Person of the Year is The Protester. Here is a look at the artists who have best turned anger into song.
In 2009, following the release of Bob Dylan’s baffling Christmas album, TIME examined other bizarre celebrity musical experiments.
In honor of the long-awaited The Beatles: Rock Band release and the band’s digitally remastered studio albums, TIME explores some of the lesser-known facts about the Fab Four