Claiming other people’s hits for their own, the best The Animals songs put an indelible stamp on rock music in the mid-60s.
Full of attitude, killer rock songs and one epic ballad, ‘Last Of The Independents’ ranks among Pretenders’ very best albums.
Recorded while Warren Zevon was suffering from cancer, ‘My Ride’s Here’ was a typically dark-humoured meditation on life and death.
Perceived by some to be a cash-in novelty song, Space Oddity laid out David Bowie’s longstanding themes of isolation, alienation and fame.
Despite a depleted line-up and band tensions, 2003’s ‘Think Tank’ featured some of Blur’s most daring and beautiful music.
A reaction to his mainstream pop success in the mid-80s, the ‘Never Let Me Down’ album saw David Bowie reconnecting with his rock roots.
Released in 1994, Blur’s third album, ‘Parklife’, captured the zeitgeist and saved their career in the process.
With killer riffs and ambition aplenty, the best Deep Purple songs helped lay the groundwork for heavy metal – and still pack a mighty punch.
A creative rebirth rather than an epitaph, ‘LA Woman’ was followed by Jim Morrison’s tragic death, but is arguably the band’s greatest album.
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