Michael Gallucci is the managing editor at Ultimate Classic Rock. His previous gigs include editor-of-chief at Diffuser.fm, managing editor of Cleveland Scene and writing about music and movies for All Music Guide, American Songwriter, the A.V. Club, Paste, Spin, the Village Voice and other publications and websites. @mgallucci
20 Years Ago: The White Stripes Spark a Rock Revolution on ‘Elephant’
Duo's fourth album became a hit during the era of boy bands and hip-pop.
Molina, Talbot, Lofgren and Young, ‘All Roads Lead Home': Album Review
Crazy Horse members and their most famous collaborator team up for headline-sharing LP.
Depeche Mode, ‘Memento Mori': Album Review
Band's first album since death of co-founder Andrew Fletcher finds comfort in darkness.
U2, ‘Songs of Surrender': Album Review
Band looks back at four decades of music with 40 re-recorded songs from its storied history.
25 Under the Radar Albums From 1973
Sure, you could listen to that classic LP again. Or you could give some of these records a spin.
45 Years Ago: Blondie Preps for Greatness on ‘Plastic Letters’
Band's second album arrived seven months before breakthrough 'Parallel Lines.'
55 Years Ago: ‘Planet of the Apes’ Reveals Its Stinking Paws
First 1968 film kicked off a franchise that's still going strong decades later.
Five Reasons Warren Zevon Should Be in the Rock Hall of Fame
After nearly three decades of eligibility, the late singer-songwriter earned his first nomination in 2023.
Bob Dylan: ‘Fragments: Time Out of Mind Sessions (1996-1997): The Bootleg Series Vol. 17′: Album Review
Comeback record gets dissected over five discs and 60 tracks, revealing birth of late-career masterpiece.
Iggy Pop, ‘Every Loser': Album Review
Punk godfather reclaims his crown, with a little help from some friends.
Ronnie Spector Dies at Age 78
Singer found fame as the voice on some of the '60s' greatest songs and as the original "bad girl of rock 'n' roll."
Outfield Frontman Tony Lewis Dies at 62
London group hit the Top 10 in 1986 with "Your Love."
How Tears for Fears Hit the Big Time With ‘Songs From the Big Chair’
The synth-pop duo's first LP was ignored in the U.S., but two years later they had a No. 1 album and single.
Top 25 Movies of Summer 1984
One of the busiest and best film seasons ever gave us some instant classics.
Creedence Clearwater Revival to Finally Release ‘Live at Woodstock’
After 50 years, the band's entire performance at the legendary festival will finally be released.
The Best Song From Every Led Zeppelin Album
They've made entire albums that are classic. So this wasn't easy.