The 1989 set gave Janet an incredible total of eight major hits from one album.
The group performed their new Holland-Dozier-Holland song on 'The Ed Sullivan Show,' but it peaked at No. 9 in the US.
With ‘Fearless’, Taylor Swift “became much more comfortable writing about” herself – and broke industry records in the process.
A controversial album for both Howlin’ Wolf and his fans, ‘The Howlin’ Wolf Album’ was a psych-blues experiment that is much more than a novelty listen.
Neil Diamond’s experience starring in ‘The Jazz Singer’ might have convinced him to follow his music, but it also resulted in a classic hit soundtrack album.
Queen were aware that topping the anthems on News Of The World would take some doing, so decided on a more eclectic approach. The result was the Jazz album.
In half a century, Elton John and Bernie Taupin have created scores of songs that have been part of all of our lives. We spotlight their brightest diamonds.
The 'Bohemian Rhapsody' clip almost single-handedly established the video as the essential marketing tool in promoting a record.
There was be no better pop album in 2017 than Taylor Swift’s bold and confrontational ‘Reputation’: yet another peak in a career that just keeps rising.
It was no instant success, but gradually, the group's new marriage of pop and orchestral ingredients began to turn heads.
The final work of Daevid Allen’s life, Gong’s ‘I See You’ found him writing some of the best material of his career, while Gong updated their classic sound.
'Ticket to Ride' is the least well known of all the Carpenters' albums, but it is pure gold, full of wonderful harmonies and great songs.
Billy May arranged for some of the best in the business, from Glenn Miller to Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin and Anita O'Day.
Written while on a new creative roll, Imagine Dragons’ ‘Origins’ album was the work of a band committed to “pushing the messages that matter”.
Serene and reflective, the ‘Peachtree Road’ album found Elton John taking stock of his career, with “rare spiritual reflections” and songs about salvation.
Released in 1984, Solid defined the synthetic sound of 80s R&B and, with its infectious title track, marked the commercial peak for Ashford & Simpson.