The Knack’s Prescott Niles talks to uDiscover Music about why pop fans succumbed to the charms of ‘Get The Knack’, proving that they were no one-hit wonders.
Who was more authentically rock’n’roll than Gene Vincent? ‘Bluejean Bop!’ has a reasonable claim to be the best debut album ever – it really is that good.
Upon its release in August 1966, The Beatles’ ‘Revolver’ was the most ambitious pop music committed to vinyl and introduced us all to psychedelic music.
Rodgers and Hammerstein's pioneering musical Oklahoma! paved the way for the modern musical and represented the golden era of Hollywood musicals.
We’re An American Band remains Grand Funk Railroad’s finest moment, oozing with confidence and radio-friendly accessibility, and peaking at No.2 in the US.
Issued at the turn of the millennium, Coldplay’s debut album, ‘Parachutes’, set the band on the path towards global superstardom.
Casting a long shadow from 1985 through to 1987, the self-titled album by Seattle rockers Heart became their biggest hit – and continues to endure today.
While everyone expected Dave Grohl to recede into the background after the end of Nirvana, he pulled off one of the biggest second-acts in rock history.
Released in 1977, Natalie Cole’s Unpredictable documented the singer evolving into an accomplished, multi-faceted artist.
Capitol released the self-titled debut LP by the Texan country original in January 1961.
With a trademark mellow sound, ‘Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly’ laid down a bold marker in American R&B music, looking for something deep and meaningful.
A compelling slice of 80s R&B, Freddie Jackson’s debut album, Rock Me Tonight, remains the much in-demand singer’s best-loved album.
Radiohead’s art-rock opus OK Computer created a generation with a deep cynical streak and a healthy sense of paranoia and we’re forever thankful for it
If “Americana” has ever had any solid definition, it is in the songs that The Band recorded for their epochal debut album, ‘Music From Big Pink’.
One of rock music’s truly colossal titles, Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side Of The Moon remained on the ‘Billboard’ 200 for a staggering 14 years.