Produced by Brian Eno, James’ ‘Millionaires’ album lived up to their ambitions of being commercial, interesting, and different.
Though a clear homage to the music he loved, ‘Are You Gonna Go My Way’ saw Lenny Kravitz transcend his influences with a unique take on classic rock.
Hailed by some as the band’s masterpiece, ‘Machina/The Machines Of God’ was a 'really dark album about loss,' according to Billy Corgan.
The band reunited after 22 years to play their 1998 hit.
Behind the multitude of tongue-in-cheek clips lies a story about an artist’s meteoric rise to global stardom and a unique, cultural legacy.
The Grand Ole Opry member was known for such hits as ‘Small Town Saturday Night’ and ‘Past the Point of Rescue.’
With infectious attitude, bags of drive, and no shortage of hits Spice Girls’ debut album took their message of empowerment around the world.
UMe kicks off the Halloween season with new seasonal playlists, remastered visuals, never-made music videos, and vinyl giveaways.
A selection of 25th-anniversary editions include previously-unreleased demos, outtakes, and early live recordings.
“This would be the next generation’s rock’n’roll, but what would be its soundtrack?” says ‘Hackers’ director Iain Softley.
The collaboration with Diablo Cody will span multiple decades, including the pop icon’s early years in New York.
Blackstreet’s debut album saw Teddy Riley find his footing again as a performer, while helping R&B crossover from urban radio to the Top 40.
Gang Starr laid the blueprint for grassroots hip-hop and all stayed true to their mission of being “dedicated ministers of underground sound”.
Indie darling Liz Phair talks the role of artists, her groundbreaking debut, ‘Exile In Guyville’, and her lo-fi legacy that inspired generations of songwriters.
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To celebrate the 25th anniversary 3-LP reissue of Guru’s Jazzmatazz Volume 1, Urban Legends has premiered a new lyric video for the track 'No Time To Play'.