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The crew behind Double Fantasy discuss the making of John Lennon's last album.
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Frank Zappa talks gear and praises Steve Vai, the inventive young guitarist in his band.
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The Mars Volta's reluctant guitar hero, Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, talks about their new album, Amputechture, and his animosity for his instrument.
Mastodon buds Brent Hinds and Bill Kelliher discuss the reefer madness and riffin' magic that helped them scale the heights of Blood Mountain, the group's killer new conceptual prog-metal masterpiece.
The metalcore progenitors hit back with the brilliant and brutal III: In the Eyes of Fire.
The multifaceted Brits take their influences to a new extreme called "Nintendo Metal."
With Sacrament, the leaders of the underground make their bid for the heavy metal crown.
Living Colour guitarist Vernon Reid talks about the sources of his creativity, how his personal experiences touched on his art — in short, why he plays guitar.
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