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Details

Details is an American monthly men's magazine, founded in 1982.

Led Zeppelin, Robert Plant: Robert Plant

Retrospective and Interview by Danny Fields, Details, July 1988

"Well, don't forget that the reason people dress up and become rock 'n'roll stars is because I think we have something wrong with us anyway. ...

Morrissey: I'll Astonish You

Interview by Len Brown, Details, March 1991

"IF GEORGE MICHAEL had to live my life for five minutes, he'd strangle himself with the nearest piece of cord," says Morrissey as he walks ...

U2 Anew

Report and Interview by Sean O'Hagan, Details, September 1992

With Achtung Babyand their Zoo TV tour, U2 have found a way to be the biggest band in the world and still have fun. Sean ...

Tori Amos: From Rock Chick To Twisted Mystic

Interview by Tom Hibbert, Details, November 1992

YOU'VE SAID that you were an awkward, hapless teenager. How bad was it? ...

Boy George: The Comeback

Interview by Tom Hibbert, Details, July 1993

The comeback queen talks to Tom Hibbert about losing his virginity and finding his religion ...

Donald Byrd, Digable Planets, Guru: Digable Planets: Cool Like Us

Report and Interview by Pat Blashill, Details, July 1993

B-boys in berets and turtlenecks. Rappers with hippie tattoos. Gangstas with saxophones. What is rap coming to? Pat Blashill hangs with the Digable Planets and ...

Pavement: Musique Concrete

Report and Interview by Pat Blashill, Details, April 1994

Pavement practice the art of falling apart with wrecking-ball rock 'n' roll and an apologetic postmodernism ...

Afghan Whigs: Whigging Out

Report and Interview by Jason Cohen, Details, May 1994

The Afghan Whigs have made a career out of confrontation, failed love affairs, and loud guitars. Jason Cohen joins their traveling circus of maladjustment in ...

The Beastie Boys: Triumph of the Ill

Report and Interview by Pat Blashill, Details, June 1994

They make music, movies, magazines, and menswear. And the Beastie Boys still find time to fight for the right to be stoopid. Pat Blashill discovers ...

Totally Wired

Report by Michael Goldberg, Details, July 1994

In the future, when you can dial up any album through your TV set, you won't need record stores — and musicians may not need record ...

Coolio Like That

Profile and Interview by William Shaw, Details, December 1994

Coolio's fantastic voyage, from crackhead to platinum rap star ...

Moby: The Divine Mr. M

Interview by Pat Blashill, Details, April 1995

First a DJ saved his life. Then he found Christ. Now, after years of raving, Moby is ready to become techno's first pop star. ...

Bound for Glory, Rahowa, Skrewdriver: Hate, Rattle & Roll

Report by William Shaw, Details, July 1995

For years, skinhead rock has remained safely in the lunatic fringe. But now, white-power outfits like Resistance Records are using the music to rally the ...

Audio Adrenaline, DC Talk, Jars of Clay, Newsboys, Rebecca St. James: Jesus Rocks

Report and Interview by William Shaw, Details, October 1996

But does he mosh? William Shaw follows Jars of Clay to Creation '96 — the Godstock of Christian contemporary music — and pitches his tent ...

The Chemical Brothers: Chemical Warfare

Interview by Pat Blashill, Details, April 1997

THEY DON'T PLAY ANY INSTRUMENTS, BUT THE CHEMICAL BROTHERS HAVE INVENTED DANCE MUSIC'S BRAND-NEW BEAT. PAT BLASHILL MIXES IT UP WITH ELECTRONICA'S PREMIER BOOGIE BAND. ...

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