"I really like this shot," says Didyoung. "Most live pictures you see of [Gwen Stefani] show her running and jumping around, but here she's sort of still and relaxed. At this point in the show, there was an interlude with the bassist [Tony Kanal] and Gwen was catching her breath. It's an image of her that you don't normally see."
Ask John Lydon: Anger is an energy, but disco is a weapon. Like so many other first-wave punks and post-punks — Wire, Joy Division, the Clash and Blondie, just to name a handful — Johnny Rotten eventually discovered that setting his shredding guitars and caterwauling vocals to a dance-floor thump gave his music a power… More »