From fearless folk outings to hard-rock missives, the best 70s albums rescued the decade with a courageous ear and a progressive ambition.
Pet Shop Boys’ most successful album, ‘Very’ was released against the backdrop of a health crisis that was decimating the LGBTQ+ community.
Released during a fractious period in his life, ‘The Gold Experience’ remains a vital part of Prince’s treasured body of work.
Reuniting with Brian Eno for the first time since the 70s, David Bowie created ‘1. Outside’, a complex work in which murder becomes an ‘art’.
Riding the crest of the wave, The Doors wanted the world… and they wanted it now. ‘Strange Days’ brought it right to them.
Recorded while under pressure to follow ‘Hotel California’, ‘The Long Run’ became Eagles’ final studio album for almost 30 years.
A classy collection of accomplished pop, David Bowie’s ‘Tonight’ album deserves to step out from the shadows.
Tina Turner’s 1986 album, ‘Break Every Rule’, reaffirmed the Tennessee singer’s ‘Queen Of Rock’n’Roll’ credentials.
Gory but glorious, the best Iron Maiden Album covers, starring the band’s undead mascot, Eddie, are among heavy metal’s most iconic images.
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