But Good Times! isn't just a new Monkees album, it's the best Monkees album since the ambitious, psychedelicized soundtrack
Should we love something just because it's hummable and memorable (i.e. anything by The Weekend)? Or should we expect more out of a song (like when Adele shows us greatness)? Is there room for both approaches?
HuffPost Live chats with Steve Aoki, Noel Gallagher, Chris Robinson, Janelle Monet, Tokio Hotel, Adam Lambert, Stephan Jenkins and Adam Carrabba about the unique perspective they bring to music and the inspiration behind their famous tunes.
"Fame’s wasted on them, with their f**king in-ear monitors and their electronic cigarettes."