Though traumatic to complete, Whitesnake’s ‘Saints & Sinners’ album still stacks up with the group’s very best works.
A delirious mix of funk and R&B with lyrical nods to UK art-rock, Chic’s self-titled debut album brought glamour to disco dancefloors.
Starkly funky and unapologetically sexual, ‘The Black Album’ was Prince’s ‘angry bitter’ response to his critics – and he shelved it.
Recorded amid an overwhelming flood of fame, ‘Seven And The Ragged Tiger’ found Duran Duran revelling in glorious 80s excess.
Though released posthumously, Led Zeppelin’s archival collection ‘Coda’ made for a life-affirming last hurrah.
Looking to the sky for inspiration, Simply Red’s hit single ‘Stars’ explored the nature of fame and skyrocketed the band to cosmic heights.
Painstakingly compiled, The Doors’ final album, ‘An American Prayer’, makes for a potent celebration of Jim Morrison the poet.
Bold and diverse, David Bowie’s self-titled 1969 album boasted songs such as Space Oddity which saw him emerge as a unique songwriter.
Bridging the gap between Joy Division and New Order, the ‘Movement’ album provided ‘a rough draft for future greatness’.
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