Facing the dawn of the 90s, KISS knew they had to compete with a new breed of hard rock stars. ‘Hot In The Shade’ found them at their powerhouse best.
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.
Arguably Crowded House’s most satisfying record, ‘Together Alone’ attracted plaudits from the critics and hit the upper reaches of charts around the world.
ABBA’s fourth album, ‘Arrival,’ went on to become the best-selling album in the UK in 1977, and contains their finest moments on record.
'Tragic Kingdom' may have been shadowed by breakups and loss, but No Doubt channeled their emotions into genre-busting pop anthems.
The 1992 album was the band's third, and the last with their original four-piece line-up.
From electro-skank to serious roots reggae, Dennis Brown was right on target with ‘Foul Play,’ an early 80s classic worthy of rediscovery.
A bold step forward for Hawkwind, their second album, ‘In Search Of Space,’ laid the groundwork for the landmark ‘Silver Machine.’
His guitar is wonderfully evocative, but then so is his singing; Albert King had one of the finest voices among guitar-toting blues men.
If you want to let someone hear what Coltrane is all about, then this is as good a place as any to start.
Smoldering and seductive, ‘Day Breaks’ found Norah Jones making a shining return to her jazz roots, while revealing how far she’d come.
Eclectic and seductive, ‘Glamoured’ remains a potent crystallisation of Cassandra Wilson’s unique style, and a key release in the singer’s canon.