John Lennon’s second solo album, ‘Imagine’, was his biggest post-Beatles hit, yet was typically uncompromising, influencing the generations that followed.
The Chicago singer was badly in need of a hit when his 'Live!' album started to sell and then he recorded a single that topped the R&B chart.
Remastered from the original flat master tape, this new edition features a high quality 150 gram black vinyl pressing.
The track is taken from the deluxe 20th anniversary reissue of iconic Bristolians' double platinum 'Mezzanine' album.
The 30-track 1968 album is augmented by many unreleased acoustic demos and session takes.
The collection features Petty's solo material, his hits with the Heartbreakers and his work with Mudcrutch.
The Verve-signed New York musician invited Gaga onto the album's version of 'Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood.'
The album features Carpenter's new arrangements of the group's timeless, original vocal and instrumental tracks.
The two parties are collaborating on exclusive series that will feature variant covers for select collector’s editions of some Urban Legends' most legendary hip-hop releases.
The record helped to create Tropicália, one of the styles in which the influential Ben played a strong role.
These 20 Lady Gaga songs take a look at the best moments in a career stuffed with mind-blowingly inventive, generation-defining 21st-century pop anthems.
To celebrate the unique brilliance of a rock’n’roll original, here is a collection of the best Chuck Berry songs that capture his unparalleled career.
uDiscover Music celebrates one of the most outstanding rock figureheads with 20 of his finest moments, both as the Heartbreakers' frontman and a solo artist.
Over several decades, The best Chemical Brothers songs have drawn on influences from psych to hip-hop, redefining the notion of dance music.
Many misunderstood political songs have been taken to be calls to rebellion or patriotic chest-beaters – a far cray from the artists’ original intentions.
Were the censors right? These banned songs caused controversy at the time, but they ultimately beat the authorities, earning their place in music history.
Unsung musicians who are more than guns for hire, the best sidemen in rock don’t always get their due, but are crucial to shaping a band’s sound.
The loudest bands in history have damaged buildings, destroyed eardrums and become health-and-safety hazards. Where are those earplugs…?
'Ticket to Ride' is the least well known of all the Carpenters' albums, but it is pure gold, full of wonderful harmonies and great songs.
With ‘Electric Mud’ Muddy Waters took the blues in a new direction and managed to influence everyone from Chuck D to Jimi Hendrix.
With his second solo album, ‘Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)’, Brian Eno introduced his Oblique Strategies cards, with seductively subversive results.
The fourth Wu-Tang Clan solo album, ‘Liquid Swords’ is an out-and-out masterpiece on which GZA brought his A-game, ruining it for everyone else.