In search of some quality reading material? Look no further than our guide to some of the best ever rock’n’roll books
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The 50th anniversary of the original Woodstock Festival is upon us, and we've got a copy of the ultimate vinyl box set to give away
An overbearing hit single became the soundtrack to the 80s – but have Survivor stood the test of time?
A guitarist battling demons, a bunch of seasoned session pros and a novice singer: welcome to the Michael Schenker Group
Highway To Hell: the album that took AC/DC to international superstardom, and an entry point for new fans since its release
Recorded in one room and crackling with energy, AC/DC's fourth album Let There Be Rock was a statement of furious intent
On sale now: the new Classic Rock features a giant double-sided poster, a bonus Led Zeppelin album guide, a Led Zep eBook, and a CD featuring some of rock's best new bands
The star-studded pinnacle of Johnny Thunders’ solo career, So Alone is not a perfect album, but its faults are easy to love... or hate
A prog album for Talking Heads fans? Or a new-wave album for King Crimson fans? Either way, Discipline sparks debate
The musicians may have changed, but the search for musical transcendence has never wavered. These are the very best albums by Yes
Fly Like An Eagle is an album that sees Steve Miller navigate his way through rapidly changing musical tides
Out with Dio, in with the Hawaiian shirt bloke. What was Ritchie Blackmore up to with Rainbow's Down To Earth?
Featuring Jethro Tull, The Rolling Stones, Kiss, Rainbow, Perry Farrell, Jimmy Page, Stray Cats, Lou Reed, Magnum, Avantasia, Zal Cleminson, Danny Gatton, Procol Harum and many more...
Tubular Bells' iconic status grows as the years pass, its importance underlined when Mike Oldfield performed it at the opening ceremony for the 2012 London Olympics
Judas Priest's British Steel is an album that defined the style, sound and image of metal as we know it today
Can we review Axl Rose's labour of love Chinese Democracy without talking about time and money? Probably not
Recorded after the tragic deaths of two band members, Brothers And Sisters found The Allman Brothers Band striving for unity and renewal
Part rock, part prog, under-produced and released on a French disco label: it can only be Saxon's debut album