A runaway success, Jon Bon Jovi’s solo debut, ‘Blaze Of Glory’, was a film soundtrack that pointed the way towards his group’s next album, ‘Keep The Faith’.
Released 35 years ago, Brian Eno and David Byrne’s pioneering ‘My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts’ still points to musical possibilities in the future.
Released in 1982 New Gold Dream (81–82–83–84) was Simple Minds 5th album in 3 years and it was a commercial and critical breakthrough they were seeking
John Lee Hooker's classic 1987 studio album, his first in 8 years was well worth the wait; Jealous is classic Hooker
We reDiscover the Notting Hillbillies' Missing...Presumed Having A Good Time, the side project that made Mark Knopfler fall in love with music again.
Rammstein cemented their global popularity with ‘Mutter’, one of the most important contemporary releases within heavy metal’s many subgenres.
Live Cream released in 1970 is testament to the power of the band as one of the most exciting live rock acts of the late 1960s
A seventh album in 15 months was just a routine schedule for Bobby and Bill.
John Martyn's Solid Air, released in 1973, is now deservedly viewed among the greatest British albums of all time, but was overlooked upon its release.
In the spring of 1970, the band's fans got a taste of their in-concert sound on disc.
Released in 1987, Anthrax’s ‘Among The Living’ is a classic thrash metal album that firmly occupies the front-line of heavy music.
Released in April 1982, Tangerine Dream’s ‘White Eagle’ had an electro-pop sensibility that merged perfectly with the proggier excursions of their past.
Released in April 2013, Ghost’s ‘Infestissumam’ is a modern conceptual masterpiece that broke new ground within the boundaries of heavy metal and beyond.
Released in April 1972, Continental Circus is an anomaly in the Gong canon, but nonetheless radiates their signature charm.
The album continued Thompson's working relationship with American producer Mitchell Froom, who had taken over the role from Richard's old Fairport Convention colleague Joe Boyd.
Released on 2 April 1991, ‘Word Of Mouth’ was another confident and eminently well crafted pop-rock LP from Mike And The Mechanics.