Featuring a solo version of ABBA’s Fernando, along with covers of David Bowie, The Beach Boys and 10cc, ‘Frida Ensam’ is a pop album touched with ABBA magic.
There was be no better pop album in 2017 than Taylor Swift’s bold and confrontational ‘Reputation’: yet another peak in a career that just keeps rising.
‘Forever’ was a tough title to live up to. As Spice Girls’ final album, it found them moving into new territory even as they drifted apart.
With infectious attitude, bags of drive, and no shortage of hits Spice Girls’ debut album took their message of empowerment around the world.
Buzzing along at a tight pace, ‘Red Pill Blues’ found Maroon 5 at their most playful and experimental, powering into another hits-filled decade.
After the 70s party, ‘Super Trouper’ boasted introspective ballads such as ‘The Winner Takes It All’, finding ABBA retooling themselves for a new decade.
From his Soft Cell Days with Dave Ball, to recordings with Nico, Siouxsie Sioux and the Rossiya Orchestra, Marc Almond has always embraced collaboration.
Hot off the back of their debut album, and with a film in the making, too, ‘Spiceworld’ turned Spice Girls into the biggest band on the planet.
With characteristic ambition, Lady Gaga launched ‘ARTPOP’ into the world, declaring that her most complex work yet “could mean anything”.
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‘Lycka’, Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus’ first album together, features Agnetha Faltskög and Anni-Frid Lyngstad, and reveals the start of ABBA’s genius.
“People say there are two Marc Almonds,” says the singer, whose raging curiosity and fascination with the strange has fashioned an ever experimental career.
By living her life and breaking new ground, ‘1989’ found Taylor Swift transcending the limitations of genre and time on a stone-cold classic pop album.
On the bold ‘Witness’, today’s more experimental Katy Perry abandoned the charm offensive that made her name and turned to more “purposeful pop”.
With ‘Joanne’, Lady Gaga consolidated everything that the past decade had brought her, ensuring we knew that plenty more was to come.