Every decade has a few acts that are lost to time for whatever reason. Here are eight from the 80s that deserve your attention.
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Laying her unique mix of heartache, carnal desire and strong-willed resolve out for all to witness, Lucinda Williams brought the blues back into the charts with 2003’s ‘World Without Tears’.
With the launch of Disney+ around the world, it’s easier than ever to dig into the Magic Kingdom’s vast archives, from cult classics to forgotten favourites.
Show off your musical knowledge and liven up your video calls with the best album covers for those virtual Zoom meetings.
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A word-of-mouth scene generated on the streets of LA, hair metal might have cleaned up its act, but it retains a swagger that has timeless appeal.
Known primarily for his chart-topping singles, a deeper look into Steve Miller Band’s albums reveal a wide-ranging artist who’s more than a pop virtuoso.
Released two after its original recording, Whiskeytown’s ‘Pneumonia’ album remains a much-loved swansong from the alt.country pioneers.