Posts tagged with 1990s
With the ‘East Of The Sun, West Of The Moon’ album, a-ha took a grittier rock approach which supported their growing confidence on stage.
The voice of a generation fronting Britpop legends Oasis, Liam Gallagher’s solo comeback proves why he’s one of the last great rock icons.
Released as Britpop mania swept the UK, Blur’s ‘The Great Escape’ album offered a snapshot of life in a media storm.
Under guidance from The Notorious B.I.G., Junior M.A.F.I.A. made their mark with Player’s Anthem, a classic slice of 90s hardcore hip-hop.
Often seen as the work of a band finding its voice, Blur’s debut album, ‘Leisure’, contained plenty of hints at what would follow.
The best-selling live record of all time, Eric Clapton’s ‘Unplugged’ album captured a cathartic performance from the grieving guitarist.
‘The Dance’ may have been a false dawn for Fleetwood Mac as a group, but it’s a drama-fuelled triumph of a live album.
Following his move into the pop mainstream, David Bowie’s 90s albums marked a return to creating more challenging music.
A clash of metal, thrash, hardcore and punk, ‘Cowboys From Hell’ was both a revamped Pantera’s statement of intent and a genre game-changer.
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