The album was a gold-certified No. 2 hit in the US, spending spent over a year on the bestsellers.
Released in 2007, ‘Time On Earth’ was Crowded House’s first new album in 14 years: a multi-faceted triumph that ushered in a strong second phase.
If you're looking for the definitive late night soulful jazz album then probably look no further than John Coltrane Ballads
Arguably Crowded House’s most satisfying record, ‘Together Alone’ attracted plaudits from the critics and hit the upper reaches of charts around the world.
A feast of beautifully crafted, airwave-friendly pop, Crowded House’s ‘Woodface’ featured some of the band’s most melodic, infectious tunes to date.
Darker and more introspective than its predecessor, Crowded House’s ‘Temple Of Low Men’ suggested the group had reservations about going up in the world.
On the back of a seismic chart performance by evergreen single ‘Don’t Dream It’s Over’, the world woke up to Crowded House’s rousing debut album.
Released on 29 October 1979, Camel’s ‘I Can See Your House From Here’ was the band’s most eclectic album to date, straddling prog and electro-pop.
Mike + The Mechanics’ ‘Living Years’ gave the group their career-best placings and included the evergreen almost-title track.
Originally released in June 2016, ‘Take Off Your Pants And Jacket’ remains a high-point in Blink-182’s successful legacy.
Released in October 1978, ‘Shiny Beast (Bat Chain Puller)’ was Captain Beefheart’s first album in four years, and one of his most gloriously adventurous.
Released in 1964, Crescent is one of John Coltrane's finest albums, featuring the talents of McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison and Elvin Jones.
Black Pearls was recorded by John Coltrane in May 1958, but not released until 1964 – it was well worth the wait!
This is quintessential Coltrane.
Despite its convoluted history, The Cure’s: ‘Entreat’ finds the band on transcendent form during the tour promoting their classic album ‘Disintegration’.
The eight-song mini-album prompted critics to describe U2 as the best live band of 1983.