Released within a year of her debut, Kate Bush’s ‘Lionheart’ album proved she was taking ever bolder steps in pursuit of her creative vision.
Featuring the hit Gimme The Light, the ‘Dutty Rock’ album elevated Sean Paul beyond all other dancehall artists.
Taking a moment to survey hip-hop’s history, Missy Elliott used ‘Under Construction’ to deal with grief while still bringing the party.
From the bombshell antics of Madonna to the censors-baiting mischief of Prince, the best 80s music videos set pop music aglow in the MTV era.
With their position as electro-pop godfathers beyond doubt, Kraftwerk’s ‘Electric Café’ album saw the group respond to the rise of dance music.
With their debut album, The Staves were pegged as folk artists. And yet ‘Dead & Born & Grown’ introduced a band that would be so much more.
Who is Carly Simon’s song You’re So Vain about? We follow the clues to separate fact from fiction and uncover the truth amid the rumours.
Many Joni Mitchell paintings and self-portraits have made for unforgettable album covers, serving to enhance her ‘very visual’ songs.
Madonna’s most provocative single to date, Justify My Love was a sex-positive anthem that shocked the world.
Cynical, ambiguous and beloved by Prince, ‘The Hissing Of Summer Lawns’ is, for many, Joni Mitchell’s best album.
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