‘Breaking Hearts’ found Elton John fusing new technology with his timeless songwriting to record Bernie Taupin’s “favourite album of that period”.
Evidence of the fact that she’s chained to no rhythm but her own, ‘Witness’ channeled global anxieties and challenged fans to stay the course.
An at-times woozy take on rap-rock, ‘KIDS SEE GHOSTS’ marked the culmination of a long and fruitful relationship between Kanye West and Kid Cudi.
The duo of Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith became a huge part of the major US chart takeover by British acts of the mid-1980s.
The incredible chart domination of a decade-defining album began its US chapter on 8 June 1985.
Kanye West has dazzled, disgusted, compelled and confused in equal measure, but the best Kanye West songs are an insight into a compelling artist’s work.
Returning to their anthemic trademark sound, Def Leppard came back in a “big, bad ‘Hysteria’-sleek way” with their seventh album, ‘Euphoria’.
Tangerine Dream’s ‘Electronic Meditation’ is an experimental work that leans heavily on Edgar Froese’s tape collages and band improvisation.
The LP marked the star's debut at his new home of Decca Records.
With ‘The Best Songs We Never Wrote’, Eagles Of Death metal’s Jesse Hughes unleashes one of the wildest covers albums in rock history. Here he reveals why.
The recording of the song featured on 'Get Happy!!' was actually Costello's solo demo, on which he played all the instruments.
Dr John leaves a remarkable musical legacy that spans funk, blues, jazz, boogie-woogie, rock, psychedelic rock and pop. His influence is monumental.
Stuffed with arena-friendly anthems, The Killers’ debut album, ‘Hot Fuss’, captured a special moment in time, helping define alt.rock for a new generation.
‘Strictly Business’ may be EPMD’s debut album, but it left calling cards for their future work – and influenced numerous MCs that followed it.
Willie Dixon's composition was inspired by Esso Gasoline's popular advertising campaign.
Deserving overdue appraisal, ‘Elemental’ found Roland Orzabal penning some of the most ambitious songs in Tears For Fears’ history.