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Boasting one of the most-sampled hooks in history, Chic’s funky disco song Good Times made waves and kick-started the art of sampling.
Roaring back to life as we (hopefully) move on from the pandemic, the best music festivals of 2022 will restore your faith in live music.
A confident mix of R&B, electro-pop, disco and tropical house, Dua Lipa’s self-titled debut album blew minds and made history.
Released in 1972, Eagles’ self-titled debut album saw the fledgling band hatch their trademark country-rock sound.
Recorded live in church, Aretha Franklin’s ‘Amazing Grace’ was a landmark gospel album that converted believers and non-believers alike.
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