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Erotica: How Madonna’s Playful Tease Climaxed In All-Out Provocation
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Erotica: How Madonna’s Playful Tease Climaxed In All-Out Provocation

A journey through a range of sexually-charged fantasies, the ‘Erotica’ album found Madonna at the frontline of gender politics.

Why Prince’s Self-Titled Second Album Is A Post-Disco Classic
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Why Prince’s Self-Titled Second Album Is A Post-Disco Classic

The record on which ‘his original ideas broke through’, Prince’s self-titled second album served notice that a star was in the making.

Pin Ups: How David Bowie Created A Model Covers Album
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Pin Ups: How David Bowie Created A Model Covers Album

Tapping into the energy of mid-60s London, ‘Pin Ups’ found Bowie looking to his 60s past to inspire his post-Ziggy future.

Waiting For Herb: How The Pogues Prevailed Without Shane MacGowan
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Waiting For Herb: How The Pogues Prevailed Without Shane MacGowan

Rich and diverse, The Pogues’ ‘Waiting For Herb’ album showed the magic didn’t depart with their mercurial frontman.

Other Voices: How The Doors Remained Open After Jim Morrison’s Death
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Other Voices: How The Doors Remained Open After Jim Morrison’s Death

Though they’d lost their frontman, ‘Other Voices’ showed that The Doors’ post-Morrison music still had moments of magic.

Best 60s Albums: 20 Classics From The Decade That Changed It All
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Best 60s Albums: 20 Classics From The Decade That Changed It All

Coming into bloom in the flower-power era, the best 60s albums cover psychedelic excursions, folk-rock introspection and hard-rock rebellion.

Blood Sugar Sex Magick: Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Spellbinding Classic
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Blood Sugar Sex Magick: Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Spellbinding Classic

A new deal, new producer and a newfound confidence led to ‘Blood Sugar Sex Magick’, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ breakthrough album.

Red Roses For Me: How The Pogues Blossomed On Their Debut Album
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Red Roses For Me: How The Pogues Blossomed On Their Debut Album

Though rowdy and rebellious, The Pogues’ ‘Red Roses For Me’ album was executed with feeling – and hinted at greatness ahead.

Controversy: How Prince Created “A Prophecy” For The 80s
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Controversy: How Prince Created “A Prophecy” For The 80s

A challenging mix of sex, politics and religion, Prince’s ‘Controversy’ album contained the seeds of much that would follow in the 80s.

“Heroes”: Why David Bowie’s Genre-Defying Classic Beats Them Forever
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“Heroes”: Why David Bowie’s Genre-Defying Classic Beats Them Forever

The second instalment in David Bowie’s daring ‘Berlin Trilogy’, the genre-defying ‘Heroes’ album still sounds like the future.

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