Think you know all there is to learn about Maroon 5? Here are 20 things you didn’t know about their third album, ‘Hands All Over’.
With a fresh set of songs – and a storming, career-defining single – Maroon 5 reached for glory with their third album, ‘Hands All Over’.
By the time Frida released ‘Shine’, in September 1984, the landscape had changed for female pop stars, but it remains a thoroughly ambitious pop-rock album.
Carol Decker and Ronnie Rogers of T’Pau talk about career highs, overlooked songs, and the eclecticism at the heart of the band.
From her Virgin Tour to her Rebel Heart shows, Madonna has pioneered live performances, setting the bar for every large-scale pop production since.
With Phil Collins handling production duties, Frida’s ‘Something’s Going On’ was a confident album which became the most successful post-ABBA solo project.
A confident step forward, ‘Too Good At Goodbyes’ was a deeply personal Sam Smith statement that helped fans to share in their emotions.
Revealing a deep emotional intelligence, ‘I’m Not The Only One’ proved that Sam Smith could write songs that tell us something about ourselves.
Soft Cell masterminds Dave Ball and Marc Almond look back on the “enjoyable chaos” of Britain’s first ever synth-pop duo.
Taylor Swift’s seventh album, ‘Lover’ jumps back to the sunnier world of ‘1989’ with an abundance of confidence in her genre-straddling pop.
Think you know all there is to know about Maroon 5? Think again. Here are 20 facts that every fan needs to know about Maroon 5’s fifth album, ‘V’.
Digging deep into their roots for their fifth album, Maroon 5 emerged victorious with ‘V’, proving themselves the dance-pop-rock hybrid act of the decade.
Though less than a decade old, Katy Perry’s ‘Teenage Dream’ is widely regarded as a pop classic, and proved that Katy had both star quality and staying power.
Lady Gaga’s debut album, ‘The Fame’, remains a masterclass in how to launch a 21st-century pop star, setting the stage for Gaga’s world domination.
Impossible to improve upon, ‘Dancing Queen’ remains a career-defining ABBA song – one that many have tried, but failed, to capture.