The sample-heavy rappers morph into a full-fledged, genre-bending band with this adrenaline shot-of-a-song.
Good guys from Tennessee try to help out an ex-girlfriend who's stuck in an abusive relationship.
Singer Art Alexakis chronicles his own teenage attempt at suicide after his girlfriend killed herself.
This understated rocker finds Scott Weiland lamenting the loss of innocence and wonder in our modern world.
'More Human Than Human'
It wasn't all gloom and angst in the '90s. All praise to Rob Zombie for mixing theatrics with great rock songs.
'The World I Know'
Back to angst, but only briefly, as a chance encounter with a pigeon convinces a man not to end his life.
'Touch, Peel and Stand'
This Kentucky band brings raw, swampy acoustic guitars up front for this oddly-titled song about lust.
Ed Roland seems to be speaking for a higher power here, telling non-believers to beware of their own vanity.
Another lyrical trip to the dark side of L.A., courtesy of the ever-increasingly serious, yet former party boys.
'Sex Type Thing'
STP exploded onto the scene with this hard-driving first single -- a peek into the thoughts of a sexual predator.
Billy Joe Armstrong bares his anxieties and demons on this hit parade from 1994's 'Dookie.'
Jerry Cantrell credits writing this song to helping his father come to grips with his Vietnam War years.
'Brain Stew / Jaded'
Gavin Rossdale talks of being dumped. We're guessing his agonizing time alone will last maybe 10 seconds.
SoCal indie rockers put their "heart in a blender" and knock out a kinetic, impossibly catchy guitar rocker.
'If You Could Only See'
These hard-touring rockers were rewarded for their efforts when this song spent over a year on the charts.
Okay we get it, you're a poet, and you had drug problems. Now put a sock on it again and let's get funky!
A fantastic, rocking, honest, self-deprecating song from a guy who can't bring himself to stand up to his girl.