John Lennon’s second solo album, ‘Imagine’, was his biggest post-Beatles hit, yet was typically uncompromising, influencing the generations that followed.
An attempt to “remedy the deficiencies” of their debut, ‘Hotter Than Hell’ found KISS working up a collection of fiery future classics.
The set was the first holiday album by the artist, who had soared to global fame with her albums 'Pieces Of You' in 1995.
Composer Danny Elfman wrote the songs and score, and provided the singing voice of the main character, Jack Skellington.
The classic song was written by Canadian Robbie Robertson about the last days of the Civil War, and sung by American southerner Levon Helm.
The set contains the 22 singles that the group released in the UK between 1962 and 1970, plus a new double A-side of the mid-1990s singles 'Free As A Bird'...
The only album 2pac released with his group Thug Life, celebrates its 25th anniversary with reissue on 22 November.
First released between 1974 and 1977, the titles are 'Mirage,' 'The Snow Goose,' 'Moonmadness' and 'Rain Dances.'
The flavour of a Beatles reunion on 'Grow Old With Me' is heightened by the presence, on bass guitar and backing vocals, of Paul McCartney.
'Rated R' 'Songs For The Deaf', 'Lullabies To Paralyze' and 'Era Vulgaris' will all be returning on heavyweight, 180g vinyl.
Strong and bold, the best Four Tops songs stand as a pinnacle for soul music: heartfelt, emotional and pulling on the heartstrings.
From classic hits sung by Diana Ross, to stunning tracks recorded by later line-ups of the group, the best Supremes songs reveal the group’s unique magic.
Thanks to discerning crate-diggers with a taste for Latin music, from salsa to bogaloo, the best Fania samples became essential building blocks for hip-hop.
Rightfully known as the queen Supreme, the best Diana Ross songs reveal just how much the Motown icon achieved when she stepped out as a solo artist.
From parking-lot tailgates to school dances and pep rallies, here are the best homecoming songs to welcome back homecoming season.
Revealing hidden facets of his live and work, these surprising Freddie Mercury facts are laid bare in the singer’s own inimitable style.
Whether they’re unapologetic in their politics, deploying shredding solos or rolling with swagger, here are seven bands keeping rock alive.
As well as creating their own classics, the group had a knack for reinventing other people’s songs, as our playlist shows.
Released in 1973, 'Frampton's Camel' is classic early 70s rock, with a melodic hits and set the stage for 'Frampton Comes Alive' a few years later.
In thrall to the jazz music she grew up with, Amy Winehouse’s debut album, ‘Frank’, found her at turns optimistic and wry, on her way to ‘Back To Black’.
Taking industrial music into the mainstream, Nine Inch Nails’ ‘Pretty Hate Machine’ remains an uncompromising, genre-defining album.
Satisfying on every count, ‘Zoot Allures’ found Frank Zappa collaborating with Captain Beefheart, sending up disco and pointing towards ambient music.