Stuffed full of hits, ‘Hysteria’ is still regarded as Def Leppard’s career-defining moment, and it remains as powerful as ever.
With ‘Welcome To Wherever You Are’, INXS cycled through grunge, pop and their own patented sinewy grooves to create a world-beating classic.
'I’m sick and tired of all their lies,' said Stevie as his politically motivated 'You Haven't Done Nothin'' was released.
Barry White's good 1973 was followed by an unbelievable 1974, which included 'Can't Get Enough Of Your Love, Babe.'
Medley's first solo single 'I Can't Make It Alone,' written by Carole King, missed the chart, but he fared somewhat better with the follow-up.
The song wasn't a chart entry for Chuck, but would win notoriety when the up-and-coming Rolling Stones chose to cover it as their first single in 1963.
The group followed 'Surfin' Safari' with the first song Brian Wilson ever wrote.
This meaty concept album serves as a crucial ingredient to the story of the mysterious artist from Mississippi.
A confident step forward, ‘Too Good At Goodbyes’ was a deeply personal Sam Smith statement that helped fans to share in their emotions.
Tangerine Dream’s third album, ‘Zeit’, arrived a full year ahead of Brian Eno’s ambient music, introducing the band’s spectacular music of the spheres.
The song written by Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus, and Stig Anderson had a varied chart history around the world.
Both a euphoric floor-filler and a call to arms, Martha And The Vandellas’ ‘Dancing In The Street’ remains a prime example of Motown’s 60s pop perfection.
George Harrison, along with his mentor Ravi Shankar and a host of stars, pulled off something in 1971 that had never been achieved before.
To celebrate Yorkshire Day, uDiscover is going one louder than the usual Top 10 and raising a glass to the Top 11 Yorkshire musicians that made a global impact.
On the back of a seismic chart performance by their single ‘Don’t Dream It’s Over’, the world woke up to Crowded House’s rousing debut album.