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Best Songwriters: 20 Great Artists Who Have Soundtracked Our Lives
List & Guides

Best Songwriters: 20 Great Artists Who Have Soundtracked Our Lives

Penning timeless songs that have lasted the ages, the world’s best songwriters continue to inspire all who follow in their footsteps.

Strangest Rock Deaths: 10 Most Bizarre Casualties In Music History
List & Guides

Strangest Rock Deaths: 10 Most Bizarre Casualties In Music History

Even by the music industry’s eccentric standards, the strangest rock deaths of all time perplex as much as they intrigue…

‘Saints & Sinners’: How Turmoil Turned To Triumph For Whitesnake
In Depth

‘Saints & Sinners’: How Turmoil Turned To Triumph For Whitesnake

Though traumatic to complete, Whitesnake’s ‘Saints & Sinners’ album still stacks up with the group’s very best works.

The Black Album: How Prince Defeated His Dark Side
In Depth

The Black Album: How Prince Defeated His Dark Side

Starkly funky and unapologetically sexual, ‘The Black Album’ was Prince’s ‘angry bitter’ response to his critics – and he shelved it.

‘… But Seriously’: Behind Phil Collins’ Politically Charged Fourth Album

‘… But Seriously’: Behind Phil Collins’ Politically Charged Fourth Album

With ‘… But Seriously’, Phil Collins turned his sights on the state of the world and capped off the 80s with a socially conscious master class.

‘Coda’: Why Led Zeppelin’s Outtakes Soar Above The Competition
In Depth

‘Coda’: Why Led Zeppelin’s Outtakes Soar Above The Competition

Though released posthumously, Led Zeppelin’s archival collection ‘Coda’ made for a life-affirming last hurrah.

An American Prayer: How The Doors Invoked Jim Morrison’s Genius
In Depth

An American Prayer: How The Doors Invoked Jim Morrison’s Genius

Painstakingly compiled, The Doors’ final album, ‘An American Prayer’, makes for a potent celebration of Jim Morrison the poet.

How David Bowie’s 1969 Album Finally Achieved Lift-Off
In Depth

How David Bowie’s 1969 Album Finally Achieved Lift-Off

Bold and diverse, David Bowie’s self-titled 1969 album boasted songs such as Space Oddity which saw him emerge as a unique songwriter.

Echo And The Bunnymen: “It Was Like Our Backs Were Against The Wall”
Interviews

Echo And The Bunnymen: “It Was Like Our Backs Were Against The Wall”

Defiantly creative, Echo And The Bunnymen’s music resounds through the ages. “We thought we were the best band in the world,” they tell Dig!

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