Recorded prior to the release of ‘Unknown Pleasures’, Joy Division’s Peel Sessions debut showed how rapidly the group were evolving.
Evincing a love of soul-pop and R&B, Charlie Puth’s debut album, ‘Nine Track Mind’, signalled the arrival of an irrepressible talent.
Biffy Clyro are the most unlikely of success stories. But the Scottish trio’s ‘Opposites’ album almost came at the cost of their career.
A consistently inspired album, ‘Low-life’ marked the point where New Order’s fusion of rock and electronica became seamless.
With a new line-up and Lowell George at the helm, ‘Dixie Chicken’ became a defining album for iconic rockers Little Feat.
Released during the “New Rock Revival” era, LCD Soundsystem’s debut album saw punk maverick James Murphy redefine dance music forever.
Marking a turning point for Madonna, Frozen was a hypnotic electro ballad that launched the ‘Ray Of Light’ album perfectly.
‘I’m gay,’ declared David Bowie in a shock interview with ‘Melody Maker’, bringing gender fluidity and queer sexuality into the mainstream.
How do you follow one of the biggest-selling singles of all time? Kylie Minogue had an ace up her sleeve with 2002’s In Your Eyes.
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