Recorded in Germany, the album included tracks from the band's then-current studio release 'Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory.'
With ‘Enrique’, Enrique Iglesias made his long-awaited crossover into the English-language market, proving he could dominate two worlds at once.
With ‘Love Angel Music Baby’, Gwen Stefani eschewed the usual confessional singer-songwriter solo statement and doubled down on unabashed pop.
With ‘The Spaghetti Incident?’ Guns N’ Roses recorded a covers album that paid tribute to – and sometimes even surpassed – their punk heroes.
Rather than turning away from her trauma, Rihanna remerged with her most revelatory and defiant work to date with her ‘Rated R’ album.
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Taken from George Harrison’s towering 'All Things Must Pass' album, this beautiful song has the distinction of being the first No.1 single in the UK and America by a former Beatle.
For ‘Songbook’, Chris Cornell swapped his electric guitar for an acoustic, found himself connecting with his fans in a way he never expected.
On her Grammy-winning album, ‘How Glad I Am,’ Nancy Wilson established herself as a singular storyteller able to switch effortlessly between pop, jazz and R&B
'Stormbringer' was the second Purple album to feature Mk II staples Ritchie Blackmore, Jon Lord and Ian Paice along with David Coverdale and Glenn Hughes.
By 1970, it was time for a second seasonal album offering from Smokey and the group.
'Bed Of Rose's,' one of the songs that really helped to establish the Statler Brothers as country staples, was new on the charts in November 1970.
A look into the many versions of the song written and first recorded by Bobby Freeman.
Thirteen years after the Marvelettes' original, Richard and Karen Carpenter's cover of 'Please Mr. Postman' became their third US No.1.
On his bestselling album ‘Against The Wind’, Bob Seger balanced thoughtful ballads with hellraising rock tunes to create a classic.