50th-anniversary Record Store Day box of peak Todd Rundgren album Something/Anything
All The World Is A Stage is a five-CD set of live albums from the mighty Slade, three of them previously unreleased
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From cheating husbands to saving the planet, Kate Bush explored a diverse range of subjects on Never For Ever, ensuring it was far more than just a pop record. We dissect the themes behind her chart-topping third album.
In 2011 Yes released their first album in a decade. But Fly From Here featured Canadian vocalist Benoit David, not Jon Anderson. Guess how the fans reacted?
Prefab Sprout were already popular with prog fans, but with his reissued I Trawl The Megahertz, Paddy McAloon finds himself drifting in a much proggier world
Given new life by Stranger Things this week, Kate Bush's hallmark anthem helped to revitalise her career back in 1985
Yes drummer Alan White died last night, May 26, at the age of 72. Here's are ten reminders of his prodigious talent
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On 2014's Up, the ever-innovative Stanley Clarke nodded to his past while continuing to explore the outer reaches of bass, in another love letter to the instrument
Mike Scott continues prolific period and embraces collaboration on 15th Waterboys album All Souls Hill
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