The best Kylie Minogue albums prove why the “Princess Of Pop” has confounded expectations with each dancefloor reinvention.
From crate-digging to dog-racing, the best 90s album covers are instantly recognisable pieces of pure pop art.
Confident and direct, the filler-free ‘Fate Of Nations’ album included some of Robert Plant’s very best solo work.
The final part of his ‘Berlin Trilogy’, David Bowie’s ‘Lodger’ album was a postcard from an artist always on the move.
Released in 1994, David Byrne’s self-titled solo album found the sweet spot between experimentation and traditional songcraft.
Released in 1994, Seal’s second self-titled album spawned his most successful song, the Grammy-winning Kiss From A Rose.
A witty triumph of innovation, ‘I’m Breathless’ was a part-soundtrack for ‘Dick Tracy’, and a Madonna album like no other.
Arguably The Notorious B.I.G.’s signature song, Hypnotize has become a byword for hip-hop and a definitive document of the bling era.
Eschewing his illustrious past, Robert Plant’s third solo album, ‘Shaken ’n’ Stirred’, found the ex-Led Zeppelin singer embracing the future.
Influenced by disco, Kraftwerk’s ‘The Man-Machine’ saw ‘the robots’ take over the dancefloor and pre-empt the rise of synth-pop.
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