Jagger's body of work in his own name is full of delights, detours and surprises.
The subject of Satan and evil will always remain one of interest to songwriters, no matter how controversial and unsettling.
A mix of swaggering hard rock, proto-punk and West Coast hardcore, ‘Ultramega OK’ saw Soundgarden point to the future of rock in the late 80s and 90s.
Capturing where Rush’s heads were at in 1978, ‘Hemispheres’ marks a pivotal point in the history of the groundbreaking Canadian trio.
Continuing Elton John’s unbeatable run in the 70s, the ’Rock Of The Westies’ album found him scaling ever greater heights.
Full of “nihilism, sentimentality and epic hope,” ‘Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness’ remains The Smashing Pumpkins’ most vital release.
A celebration of one of the most outstanding rock figureheads with 20 of his finest moments, both as the Heartbreakers’ frontman and a solo artist.
Written during a tumultuous period, ‘Imagine’ is a stirring anthem that challenges listeners as much as it assuages them during times of need.
John Lennon’s second solo album, ‘Imagine,’ was his biggest post-Beatles hit, yet was typically uncompromising, influencing the generations that followed.
Diverse, heavy-hitting, and truly fearless, the album ensured that Soundgarden were among the head of the pack after grunge broke.
Praised by John Lennon as one of the best tracks on 'Abbey Road,' ‘Something’ remains a landmark song in George Harrison’s creative development.
With its unlikely origins in a campaign slogan, ‘Come Together’ evolved to become one of The Beatles’ most memorable songs.
For their ‘Retro Active’ album, Def Leppard dug out rare B-sides and re-recorded material from the vault, firing themselves up for a brand new start.
A wide-ranging list of opera singers, film stars, and rock icons, Freddie Mercury’s influences reveal why he was driven to create such a vast body of work.
A career-spanning document of their live shows, ‘From The Muddy Banks Of The Wishkah’ captures Nirvana at their transcendent best.
The song was first a B-side by the Chicago hitmakers, of two consecutive Top 10 R&B singles in 1971.