Articles by Jason Draper
With an earworm melody and an unforgettable TV performance, Starman became the song that brought David Bowie’s fame.
The final part of his ‘Berlin Trilogy’, David Bowie’s ‘Lodger’ album was a postcard from an artist always on the move.
The song that brought Prince to the world’s stage, When Doves Cry marked an epochal moment in pop-culture history.
The surprise follow-up to ‘Purple Rain’, Prince’s ‘Around The World In A Day’ album proved he was ‘the great Prince he wanted to be’.
A mere portion of his body of work, the best Prince albums present a multi-faceted discography in all its world-changing glory.
Recorded when he was still a teenager, ‘For You’ introduced Prince as a precocious young artist who was already ‘streets into the future’.
Originally sketched as an acoustic blues and given to another band, Prince eventually released Kiss as his own slice of future-shaping funk.
Blur ‘found a sound to match their name’ with ‘13’, an album that took an expansive journey across precarious emotional terrain.
Laying Alice Cooper the band to rest, ‘Welcome To My Nightmare’ saw Alice Cooper the man make his dreams of solo stardom come true.
Elemental and visceral in the same heady package, the best Echo And The Bunnymen songs are landmark works that reverberate down the ages.
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