This relaxed, sensitive masterpiece is full of lyricism and warmth.
Following the classic ‘Jailbreak’ album, Thin Lizzy’s ‘Johnny The Fox’ was another career high proving that the boys were in town for good.
Fusing high-street glamour with kitchen-sink creativity, ‘Dare’ turned The Human League into world-conquering synth-pop pioneers.
Described by Wayne Shorter as an album about life, the universe, and God, ‘The All Seeing Eye’ remains one of its creator’s most ambitious works.
Recorded between 1952 and ’54, the five Thelonious Monk Prestige 10” albums capture the maverick jazz pianist on some of his most important sessions.
Produced by Brian Eno, James’ ‘Millionaires’ album lived up to their ambitions of being commercial, interesting, and different.
A euphoric and inventive pop-blast of an album, ‘Colors’ proved that, over two decades into his career, Beck would always find new ways to surprise.
With ‘Masseduction,’ the shape-shifting St. Vincent took on 80s-inspired pop and created a statement piece.
Setting Placebo on a new path entirely, ‘Without You I’m Nothing’ proved they were fully committed to their artistic progression.
With ‘Very Necessary,' the First Ladies Of Hip-Hop pushed the genre forward and created a cultural legacy.
The soundtrack album from the movie became Diana’s only US No.1 solo pop album.
Even as Gillan became a rock god with Deep Purple, he starred in the famous musical’s cast album.
With ‘Cross Road,’ Bon Jovi reflected on their past while looking to the future and asserting their newfound artistic freedom.
Released in October 1983, Carpenters’ ’Voice Of The Heart’ is a posthumous release that captured the deep beauty in Karen Carpenter’s voice.
Inspired by a mysterious form of Arabic musical poetry called ‘Rajaz,’ Camel’s album of the same name was a nomadic tour de force.