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Best The Animals Songs: 10 British Invasion Classics
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Best The Animals Songs: 10 British Invasion Classics

Claiming other people’s hits for their own, the best The Animals songs put an indelible stamp on rock music in the mid-60s.

Last Of The Independents: How Pretenders Roared Back Into Battle
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Last Of The Independents: How Pretenders Roared Back Into Battle

Full of attitude, killer rock songs and one epic ballad, ‘Last Of The Independents’ ranks among Pretenders’ very best albums.

My Ride’s Here: How Warren Zevon Became A ‘Travel Agent For Death’
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My Ride’s Here: How Warren Zevon Became A ‘Travel Agent For Death’

Recorded while Warren Zevon was suffering from cancer, ‘My Ride’s Here’ was a typically dark-humoured meditation on life and death.

Space Oddity: Behind The First David Bowie Song To Go Stratospheric
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Space Oddity: Behind The First David Bowie Song To Go Stratospheric

Perceived by some to be a cash-in novelty song, Space Oddity laid out David Bowie’s longstanding themes of isolation, alienation and fame.

Think Tank: How A Three-Piece Blur Made Their Most Adventurous Album
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Think Tank: How A Three-Piece Blur Made Their Most Adventurous Album

Despite a depleted line-up and band tensions, 2003’s ‘Think Tank’ featured some of Blur’s most daring and beautiful music.

Never Let Me Down: How David Bowie Rediscovered His Edge
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Never Let Me Down: How David Bowie Rediscovered His Edge

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.

Parklife: How Blur Defined Britpop In One Bold Move
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Parklife: How Blur Defined Britpop In One Bold Move

Released in 1994, Blur’s third album, ‘Parklife’, captured the zeitgeist and saved their career in the process.

Best Deep Purple Songs: 10 Smoking-Hot Hard Rock Classics
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Best Deep Purple Songs: 10 Smoking-Hot Hard Rock Classics

With killer riffs and ambition aplenty, the best Deep Purple songs helped lay the groundwork for heavy metal – and still pack a mighty punch.

LA Woman: Closing The Doors’ First Era With An All-American Classic
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LA Woman: Closing The Doors’ First Era With An All-American Classic

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.

Fandango!: How ZZ Top Got Fans Up Off Their Tush
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Fandango!: How ZZ Top Got Fans Up Off Their Tush

Establishing ZZ Top’s live credentials while giving them their true-grit hit, the ‘Fandango!’ album took the Lone Star heroes to the world.