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The Oral History of System of a Down’s ‘Toxicity’

In 2001, an Armenian American heavy-metal band conquered the charts despite infighting, a riot, and a ban that kept them off major radio stations following 9/11. Twenty years later, System of a Down and others look back on a career-defining album.

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How Chris Stapleton Started Over and Made His Most Personal Album Yet

After a few false starts, the country hitmaker returned to Nashville’s RCA Studio A to record his fourth full-length, ‘Starting Over.’ The results are stunning.

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‘Speed’ on Speed: The Making of ‘Unstoppable,’ 10 Years Later

In November 2010, Tony Scott’s adrenaline-packed final film roared into theaters and dominated the box office for weeks. To mark the anniversary, cast and crew remember the wild stunts, meticulous attention to detail, and visionary directing that made the film such a success.

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How They Made It: Walton Goggins’s Wild New Mockumentary, ‘John Bronco’

The story of the fictional Ford Bronco pitchman may be one of the funniest movies of the year. And the new Hulu release could be just the beginning for the character.

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The Ringer’s Top 100 Radiohead Songs, Ranked

In honor of the 20th anniversary of ‘Kid A,’ we’re counting down the band’s best tracks, from "Creep" to "No Surprises" to "True Love Waits" and points in between

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The Oral History of Deftones’ ‘White Pony’ at 20

The story of how the Sacramento band pushed past the nu-metal label and delivered a classic that reverberates to this day