The 1997 landmark is the bestselling album in independent UK record shops in the 12 months leading up to Record Store Day 2018.
On 14 March 1981, three weeks after John Lennon had consecutive posthumous UK No. 1 singles, he inspired another, in the Roxy Music cover of ‘Jealous Guy.’
On the Hot 100 for 23 February 1980, Queen could call themselves a No. 1 band in the US for the first time, with ‘Crazy Little Thing Called Love.’
On 14 February 1970, The Who recorded their first live LP, described by the New York Times as the “best live rock album ever made,” Live At Leeds.
uDiscover salutes a British singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist with a unique place in the music firmament, Robert Wyatt.
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On the UK chart of 8 December 1979, ‘Walking On The Moon’ soared like a rocket from its No. 6 entry to give The Police their second UK No. 1.
Avenged Sevenfold have announced the release of a super deluxe edition of their acclaimed album The Stage featuring a clutch of extra tracks
The Who By Numbers, "a consummately-crafted record" as one reviewer described it, made its debut on the Billboard 200 of 25 October 1975.
Truly iconic album covers don’t just define an album, they define an era, a generation and, in some cases, an entire musical genre.
Since time immemorial, we have been fascinated by space. uDiscover takes a look at the many musicians who have played out their obsessions in song.
The Knack had Capitol's fastest-selling debut US single since 'I Want To Hold Your Hand' with ‘My Sharona,' which hitNo. 1 there on 25 August 1979.
Artists have long embraced their inner symphonic self as you can hear on these 25 classic orchestral rock tracks.
Leo Fender was born on 10 August 1909. We celebrate with an exclusive playlist of some of the greatest guitarists who ever picked up a Fender guitar
Gong, Alan Parsons and Rush are all in contention at the 2017 Progressive Music Awards, which takes place at the Underglobe in London in September