An eye-opening exploration of David Bowie’s life and art, the ‘Moonage Daydream’ documentary has plenty of takeaways.
With the ‘Hounds Of Love’ album, Kate Bush let loose a masterpiece of world-changing proportions. Nothing else sounds like it.
Released a decade after their breakthrough, Ramones’ ‘Halfway To Sanity’ album was the work of a group that ‘remained hungry’.
Since scoring their international breakthrough with Take On Me, a-ha have built a musical legacy that has demanded critical respect.
Heroic and audacious, Yes’ 1972 album, ‘Close To The Edge’, saw the progressive-rock voyagers throw themselves into a wondrous sonic odyssey.
Characterised by its dark experimentalism, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ sixth album, ‘One Hot Minute’, emerged from a turbulent time for the group.
Released as Britpop mania swept the UK, Blur’s ‘The Great Escape’ album offered a snapshot of life in a media storm.
Following up hit albums raises expectations, but with ‘Head Games’, Foreigner took it all in their stride – and came up trumps once again.
The best Michael Bublé songs reveal a velvet-voiced artist who is both stylishly retro and coolly contemporary.
An ambitious alt-prog answer to 90s British rock, Muse’s debut album, ‘Showbiz’, would rapidly catapult the group into the big leagues.
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