Posts tagged with Album Stories
Taking even its creator by surprise, Cher’s Christmas album is as traditional as it is unexpected, bearing the pop icon’s stamp throughout.
Setting out to produce a simple ‘album of good songs’, Van Morrison emerged with the painstakingly created masterpiece ‘Moondance’.
A unique moment in British R&B, Eternal’s debut album, ‘Always & Forever’, was a glorious expression of young woman power.
Marking the start of Yes’ golden era, their 1971 album, ‘Fragile’, was a seminal prog-rock classic shimmering with spiritual longing.
Created like no other Neil Young album, ‘World Record’ found the rock icon ‘fishing more than usual’, guitarist Nils Logfren tells Dig!
Critical in establishing gangsta rap, Ice-T’s second album, ‘Power’, remains a force of West Coast hip-hop.
A sweeping work of apocalyptic fervour, Muse’s third album, ‘Absolution’ is an alt-rock masterpiece capturing the angst of a post-9/11 world.
Released following a period of personal upheaval, Michael Bublé’s ‘Love’ album rekindled the singer’s romance with the jazz songbook.
Breaking sales records and pushing the bounds of technology, Madonna’s ‘The Immaculate Collection’ set the bar for all hits albums to come.
Full of orchestral splendour, Starsailor’s second album, ‘Silence Is Easy’, still feels ‘fresh and relevant’ says frontman James Walsh.
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