METALLICA's James Hetfield, MARILYN MANSON and late NIRVANA frontman Kurt Cobain are among the artists featured in Rolling Stone magazine's issue dedicated to the "defining images of rock & roll" "The Photographs" is a tribute to the artists on the other side of the lens as well, particularly Rolling Stone chief photographers Annie Leibovitz and Mark Seliger. Read the photographers' first-hand accounts of the sessions that resulted in these images — most of which first appeared on the pages and covers of Rolling Stone — being a visual account of rock's first fifty years, in extreme close-up: Hetfield, Manson, Cobain.
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