An attempt to ‘delve into areas that were virtually uncharted’, ‘Lorca’ was a crucial album in Tim Buckley’s uncompromising development.
David Bowie’s first album of the 21st century, ‘Heathen’ found the rock god on rare form and inspired by his surroundings.
As relevant now as ever, Daft Punk’s Digital Love echoed the past while pointing to the future of music – and relationships.
Talking Heads’ most straightforward and relatable album, ‘Little Creatures’ was also their biggest-seller. It endures to this day.
Part of an unstoppable commercial reboot, Love At First Sight proved Kylie’s early 2000s renaissance was no fluke.
Described by Glenn Frey as ‘a quantum leap’, the ‘One Of These Nights’ album took Eagles one step closer to ‘Hotel California’.
From country ballads to rock anthems, the best Nickelback songs prove why this divisive band command one of the most loyal fanbases in music.
From Manchester lad to soul-pop sensation, Simply Red singer Mick Hucknall’s rise to fame is a true rags-to-riches story.
Exposing the nightmare at the heart of California dreamin’, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ ‘Californication’ found them in an introspective mood.
Though initially overshadowed by Ian Curtis’ tragic suicide, Love Will Tear Us Apart is a truly life-affirming piece of introspective pop.
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