Full of orchestral splendour, Starsailor’s second album, ‘Silence Is Easy’, still feels ‘fresh and relevant’ says frontman James Walsh.
On her second album, ‘One For Jackie’, Rett Madison grieves her mother’s death by suicide, shining a light for those living in darkness.
A youthful debut album, ‘Smart Casual’ still has ‘a bit of a timelessness about it’, Kids In Glass Houses frontman Aled Phillips tells Dig!
A remarkable project that gives silenced women a voice, Tori Amos’ covers album, ‘Strange Little Girls’, is like no other record in history.
One of modern music’s few truly original albums, the influence of Talk Talk’s ‘Spirit Of Eden’ reaches far beyond fad and fashion.
Challenging Oasis for the No.1 spot, Blur took Country House to the top of the charts and emerged victorious in the “Battle Of Britpop”.
The best Blur albums took the group from Britpop heroes to bold experimentalists, and defined British 90s rock in the process.
With ‘Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends’, Coldplay ventured into art-rock and crafted a protest album in response to the Iraq War.
From monster grooves to almost telepathically delivered motifs, the best Andy Rourke basslines powered The Smiths’ finest moments.
Crucial to building their fanbase, The Smiths’ Peel Sessions were always events, sometimes yielding definitive versions of their best songs.
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