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The writers and editors of Rolling Stone take you inside the biggest stories in music. Featuring interviews with our favorite artists; what's playing in the office; expert insight on the week's biggest music news; and much more.
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The Best Songs of 1999

The Best Songs of 1999

2019-07-1600:38:241

Rob Sheffield joins Brittany Spanos and host Brian Hiatt to dip into his list of the 99 best songs of 1999, from Mandy Moore and ODB to the Chemical Brothers and Fiona Apple 
Hear a breakdown of the year’s stand-out albums – Rob Sheffield, Brittany Spanos and Jon Dolan join host Brian Hiatt to discuss
The Guns N' Roses co-founder discusses reuniting with Axl and Slash, his new solo album, his road to sobriety, the loss of Scott Weiland and much more with host Brian Hiatt
Byrds leader Roger McGuinn and Rolling Thunder Revue producer Louie Kemp share memories of the legendary tour and discuss Martin Scorsese's fiction-spiked documentary with host Brian Hiatt and Andy Greene
Songwriting secrets, addiction, the glories of Springsteen and much more in a wild conversation between Justin Townes Earle and host Brian Hiatt 
Jakob Dylan and director Andy Slater discuss 'Echo in the Canyon' documentary and the making of the Wallflowers' hits with host Brian hiatt
Billy Joel talks with Rolling Stone's Andy Greene about turning 70, quitting songwriting, making The Stranger and much more
The former Pavement frontman sits down with host Brian Hiatt to talk about his new album, '90s indie feuds, the possible future of Pavement and much more
Rolling Stone music business reporter Amy X. Wang joins host Brian Hiatt to break down the story of GarageBand, and the history of home recording
To celebrate their induction into the Rock and Roll of Fame, the Zombies' Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone sit down with host Brian Hiatt for a frank, hilarious discussion of their entire career
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Comments (14)

Karen Gonzalez

I can't believe they did not even mention Michael Jackson's supurb Super Bowl Performance. He set the bar for artists in the future. I don't think anyone has met it yet.

Jun 7th
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Pat Pfeil

yes

Jan 13th
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Cole May

great interview but the host needs to turn his mic volume up.

Dec 31st
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Brandon Butler

83z2wwwwaq,2,

Dec 28th
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Louis F

Vocal fry is annoying

Oct 24th
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Bruno Raphael

they're fuckin' awesome....

Jul 19th
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Melvin downey

bunk radio

Jul 12th
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Ramiro Chavez

música en español

Feb 9th
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Jemal Kadir

Jemal music

Jan 8th
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mary duke

hi 🤗

Dec 25th
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Eamonn Daly

That dude's crackly voice is terrible for radio or podcasts. someone give him a glass of water or a lozenge

Dec 7th
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Amir Ascher

Brilliant. Thanks a mill. But, regarding the very last minute of the podcast, when speaking about the outtakes - seems like you missed out on the "No plan" (fantastic) EP and the 3 box sets released since his passing. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No_Plan_(EP)

Nov 26th
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Maïna Henri-Mardomingo

mais moi je veux de la misique populaire

Oct 19th
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Isabel Kozina

Why can't I get the free songs I have requested? Pls advise me what to do now as I can't get to the next level or requested music I Love to hear John Denver's Greatest Hits album or Shania twain, Dolly Parton music?

Sep 29th
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