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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.

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.

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.

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.

Casually Dressed And Deep In Conversation: Matt Davies-Kreye Talks FFAF’s Debut Album
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Casually Dressed And Deep In Conversation: Matt Davies-Kreye Talks FFAF’s Debut Album

‘Casually Dressed And Deep In Conversation’ ‘still blows my mind’, says Funeral For A Friend frontman Matt Davies-Kreye.

Tusk: Behind Fleetwood Mac’s Album Of Elephantine Excess
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Tusk: Behind Fleetwood Mac’s Album Of Elephantine Excess

A fragmented, bold and often beautiful double-album, Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Tusk’ is a document of a band on the brink.

Dirty Mind: How Prince Dreamed Up A Sexual Revolution
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Dirty Mind: How Prince Dreamed Up A Sexual Revolution

With a brazen new look and outrageously forthright songs, ‘Dirty Mind’ marked a tipping point in the evolution of Prince’s artistic vision.

Led Zeppelin III: How The World’s Greatest Rock Band Came Of Age

Led Zeppelin III: How The World’s Greatest Rock Band Came Of Age

Often described as the band’s “acoustic” album, ‘Led Zeppelin III’ draws upon an expanded palette – including the group’s heaviest rock.

All The Right Reasons: Why Nickelback’s Fifth Album Ticked Every Box
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All The Right Reasons: Why Nickelback’s Fifth Album Ticked Every Box

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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