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Even before the advent of streaming, musicians rewrote the rules and delighted fans with surprise albums. Here are some that shook the industry.
The 13th Floor Elevators' first two albums, 'The Psychedelic Sounds Of The 13th Floor Elevators' and 'Easter Everywhere' are widely regarded as classics.
Blink-182’s ‘Enema Of The State’ remains one of the defining pop-punk albums of all time and is a must for any music collection.
The London band's new album is described as a record “that celebrates real human connections and urges us to keep searching for moments of elation.”
According to The Cure's Robert Smith, the band's 2018 Hyde Park show was "a fabulous day none of us will ever forget”.
Described as "immersive", the event sees the band join forces with playwright Charlotte Bogard Macleod, who has fused 3D sound and storytelling inspired by 'Doom Days'.
The multi-platinum band from Sydney, Australia have taken a deliberately darker tone with the song.
The album shot to Number 2 in the UK Album Chart on its initial release in September 1999.
The controversial rocker will be joined in the cast by Sharon Stone and Jude Law.
With the 50 Great Songs You’ve Never Heard playlist, uDiscover hopes to guide you towards some of the finest music that you might not even be aware of.
The 10-track album includes the legendary skate-punks' signature hits, ‘What I Got’ ‘Wrong Way’, ‘Santeria’ and ‘Doin’ Time’.
The new song marks the ex-Supergrass frontman's first new material since 2018's 'World's Strongest Man' album.
Guest-curated exclusively for Apple Music, Ólafur Arnalds’ Peaceful Music playlist choices include selections from his current album, ‘re:member’.
Initially released on 15 September 2006, the record was produced by the band and features collaborations with Elton John and Carlos Alomar.
The Icelandic stars will also appear on 'The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon' (NBC) on 15 May