Exposing the nightmare at the heart of California dreamin’, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ ‘Californication’ found them in an introspective mood.
Though initially overshadowed by Ian Curtis’ tragic suicide, Love Will Tear Us Apart is a truly life-affirming piece of introspective pop.
Though lacking in polish, Joy Division’s debut EP, ‘An Ideal For Living’, nonetheless hinted at future greatness.
Dark, elegant and brooding, Riders On The Storm provided a suitably haunting swansong to The Doors’ work with Jim Morrison.
Mercurial and majestic, the best Stevie Nicks songs prove she was a singer with plenty to offer beyond Fleetwood Mac.
An amalgam of glam-rock, proto-punk aggression and a jarringly Orwellian worldview, David Bowie’s ‘Diamond Dogs’ album is still the bollocks.
Raw, explosive and highly prophetic, Tin Machine’s debut album is a misunderstood work that helped David Bowie rediscover his voice.
With an otherworldliness all their own, the best Doors songs are powerful, poetic works that took rock music into uncharted territory.
The best Ramones songs reveal why the singular and highly influential “Brudders” were the ultimate outsider punks.
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