Pete Townshend told the NME on the double LP's release that he felt that The Who ought to make a last album.
T.Rex’s ‘Electric Warrior’ debuted at No.2 on the UK chart of October 9, 1971 and a new fan phenomenon was confirmed.
Diverse, heavy-hitting, and truly fearless, the album ensured that Soundgarden were among the head of the pack after grunge broke.
‘Raise The Roof’ is out November 19.
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.
‘Photograph’ was co-written by Starr with George Harrison, as their close post-Beatles working relationship continued.
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.
Feelings were bittersweet when the band arrived on stage in America in October 1968.
The honor was unveiled ahead of the rocker’s show at the city’s BMO Harris Pavilion.
Delivered with “exuberance, affection and panache,” ‘Get Up’ found Bryan Adams collaborating with Jeff Lynne on an urgent tribute to rock’n’roll.
‘The book meant a great deal to me. I am proud and happy for its existence,’ said Springsteen.
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.
After many outside projects, the 2001 album took Elton back to the day job, and, many felt, to the very best aspects of his signature piano-vocal sound.
There's no question; if we had to pick just one track by Cream that epitomises Jack Bruce’s vocal delivery it would be ‘White Room’.