Posts tagged with Album Stories
Shaped by a rising Mike Patton, Faith No More’s ‘Angel Dust’ album was an ambitious change in direction from a radically contemporary group.
Recorded at a time of personal crisis, the ‘Street Angel’ album found Stevie Nicks fighting for survival after leaving Fleetwood Mac.
Built around mathematical concepts and dreamy synths, ‘X&Y’ brought a space-rock sheen and ambient-tinged reinvention to Coldplay’s locus.
A confident mix of R&B, electro-pop, disco and tropical house, Dua Lipa’s self-titled debut album blew minds and made history.
Released in 1972, Eagles’ self-titled debut album saw the fledgling band hatch their trademark country-rock sound.
Recorded live in church, Aretha Franklin’s ‘Amazing Grace’ was a landmark gospel album that converted believers and non-believers alike.
All killer, no filler, Whitesnake’s ‘Ready An’ Willing’ album positioned David Coverdale’s team among rock’s heaviest hitters.
Joyous and family focused, Simply Red’s comeback album, ‘Big Love’, was an upbeat return to form for Mick Hucknall’s blue-eyed soul outfit.
Confident and direct, the filler-free ‘Fate Of Nations’ album included some of Robert Plant’s very best solo work.
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