Bon Jovi's second album 7800° Fahrenheit failed to launch the band towards superstardom in the way its follow-up Slippery When Wet did. Can our reviewers figure out why?
Blue Oyster Cult's debut album: the first forays into sonic exploration from the thinking man’s rock band
Exclusive Limited edition KISS bundle including the new issue of Classic Rock, plus souvenirs galore
An inspiration for Guns N' Roses and a cover featuring a bat-like creature with vicious teeth. It can only be Nazareth's Hair Of The Dog
The Dirt is out now on Netflix – and here's everything we know about Motley Crue's new "no-holds-barred" biopic
Includes three great gifts: a giant, double-sided posted, an exclusive Kiss laptop sticker, and a CD of some of rock's best underground bands
Pink Floyd's Atom Heart Mother marked the point where the band found their way out of their post-Barrett malaise
They don't look like The Beatles. They don't dress like The Beatles. They're Dutch. There's five of them. But they sound exactly like the real thing
The British band have written some of the great heavy metal anthems. But these are the connoisseur’s choices
UK rockers of a certain age were introduced to Nantucket Sleighride by political broadcasting on the TV, but there was also an album attached to the song
In which we discuss communal music youth programs in a social democracy, and what they meant for Europe's album The Final Countdown
Plus: Thin Lizzy, Status Quo, Girlschool, Shinedown, Dream Theater, The Picturebooks, Joanne Shaw Taylor, Venom, Chris Cornell and much more...
In mid-1975, Peter Frampton was a moderately successful solo artist. Within a year, Frampton Comes Alive! had smashed all known sales records...
50 years of adventure, some of rock's most classic albums, and millions of sales... but what are Pink Floyd's best songs?
Stranger In Town is an album featuring three of Bob Seger's most celebrated songs, but it's not his most celebrated album. What's going on?
A debut album from the youthful Free, a band with a couldn’t-care-less attitude honed on the rough-and-ready UK circuit of blues clubs and ballrooms
The 60s albums that really mattered, plus a bonus magazine featuring Queen's best songs and a free CD of the best new music
We've got a complete set of the Jimmy Page-curated, multi-disc, super-deluxe editions of Led Zeppelin's studio albums up for grabs
Paradise Theater: a concept piece based on a fictional rundown venue, and a metaphor for the American dream