The song most associated with Pet Shop Boys, It’s A Sin has become an anthem for a new age all over again.
Consigning Ziggy Stardust to the past, the Diamond Dogs tour – and ‘David Live’ album – saw Bowie move into his ‘plastic soul’ phase.
With the world at their feet, a-ha let musical and creative tensions lead the way for ‘Memorial Beach’, their most surprising album.
Catchy, well-crafted and credible, World In Motion saw New Order collaborate with the 1990 England squad, yielding an unlikely No.1.
A remarkable album that asserted the creative rights of women everywhere, ‘Jagged Little Pill’, brought Alanis Morissette to the world.
An attempt to ‘delve into areas that were virtually uncharted’, ‘Lorca’ was a crucial album in Tim Buckley’s uncompromising development.
From indie-dance hits to showtunes turned Merseybeat pop singles, the best football songs are more than chants – they’re a way of life.
David Bowie’s first album of the 21st century, ‘Heathen’ found the rock god on rare form and inspired by his surroundings.
As relevant now as ever, Daft Punk’s Digital Love echoed the past while pointing to the future of music – and relationships.
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