A journey through a range of sexually-charged fantasies, the ‘Erotica’ album found Madonna at the frontline of gender politics.
Magnificently bridging the gap between dance and pop music, ‘Introspective’ found Pet Shop Boys doing ‘as we liked’.
A reaction to the fame brought on by Take On Me, the ‘Scoundrel Days’ album found a-ha forging a darker symphonic statement.
A wide-ranging work which hit a new level of theatrics, Prince’s “Love Symbol” album signalled major shifts in his life.
With her ‘Fever’ album, Kylie Minogue consolidated her grip on the global charts, satisfying both her creative drive and her fans’ demands.
Pet Shop Boys’ most successful album, ‘Very’ was released against the backdrop of a health crisis that was decimating the LGBTQ+ community.
Tina Turner’s 1986 album, ‘Break Every Rule’, reaffirmed the Tennessee singer’s ‘Queen Of Rock’n’Roll’ credentials.
With the ‘Music’ album, Madonna proved the new queens on the block had little chance of catching her critical and commercial momentum.
The high point of Kylie Minogue’s dancefloor reinvention in the early 2000s, Can’t Get You Out Of My Head almost overwhelms her whole career.
With his debut album, ‘+’, Ed Sheeran’s era-defining blend of folk-pop balladry and acoustic rap instantly turned him into a British icon.
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