Created in a revolutionary act of survival, Yes’ third LP, ‘The Yes Album’, is a seminal classic that launched prog-rock into the mainstream.
Marking David Bowie’s final flirtation with glam rock, Rebel Rebel has proved to be a surprisingly enduring – and mutable – song.
Breaking records as they have fixed themselves in our memory, the most played songs on the radio continue to rule the airwaves.
Elegant, melodic and always innovative, the best Ray Manzarek performances played a decisive part in The Doors’ otherworldly music.
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Unravelling the mystery of a girl’s psychological struggles, Marillion’s 1994 album, ‘Brave’, is one of the band’s great artistic triumphs.
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Bursting with attitude, zany humour and killer tunes, Green Day’s third album, ‘Dookie’, is the best pop-punk album of all time. Here’s why.
Throughout his career as drummer for Pink Floyd, the best Nick Mason performances have underpinned an array of timeless prog-rock classics.
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