Tapping into the energy of mid-60s London, ‘Pin Ups’ found Bowie looking to his 60s past to inspire his post-Ziggy future.
Though they’d lost their frontman, ‘Other Voices’ showed that The Doors’ post-Morrison music still had moments of magic.
A new deal, new producer and a newfound confidence led to ‘Blood Sugar Sex Magick’, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ breakthrough album.
A challenging mix of sex, politics and religion, Prince’s ‘Controversy’ album contained the seeds of much that would follow in the 80s.
The second instalment in David Bowie’s daring ‘Berlin Trilogy’, the genre-defying ‘Heroes’ album still sounds like the future.
‘Casually Dressed And Deep In Conversation’ ‘still blows my mind’, says Funeral For A Friend frontman Matt Davies-Kreye.
A fragmented, bold and often beautiful double-album, Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Tusk’ is a document of a band on the brink.
With a brazen new look and outrageously forthright songs, ‘Dirty Mind’ marked a tipping point in the evolution of Prince’s artistic vision.
Often described as the band’s “acoustic” album, ‘Led Zeppelin III’ draws upon an expanded palette – including the group’s heaviest rock.
Updating their sound while remaining proudly radio-ready, the ‘All The Right Reasons’ album ensured Nickelback’s place at rock’s top table.
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