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Hailed as being ‘as fresh and colourful’ Morrissey’s daffodils, The Smiths’ debut album captured the group in their first flush of success.
Recorded live and loud, ‘Kick Out The Jams’ was an incendiary debut album that stuck it to the man and paved the way for punk rock.
With ‘No Jacket Required’, Phil Collins set his sights on becoming a global star, and unleashed one of the defining albums of the 80s.
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