Also in this issue: Robin Trower, Graham Nash, Church Of The Cosmic Skull, The Sheepdogs, Jimi Hendrix, Steve Jones, Simon McBride, Ghost and more
The first live album to top the UK charts in its week of release, Dr. Feelgood's Stupidity showcased the band at their fiery, menacing best
Throw in British op-art, Balinese art, Czech nouveau art and the cinematic visions of Stanley Kubrick, and you've got yourself a classic
A journey through the back catalogue of the great Chris Cornell, from Soundgarden to solo, Audioslave and Temple Of The Dog
Jeff Buckley's Grace: the ultimate example of an album that's passed into legend as much for what might have been as for what is was?
At his peak, Keith Richards was a walking danger zone – yet he only ever missed one Rolling Stones show
Made during Thin Lizzy downtime, Phil Lynott's Solo In Soho album was less of a busman's holiday than a true break from the dayjob
Ronnie James Dio's swansong with Rainbow contained hints of what was to come, but still delivered swords 'n' sorcery aplenty
Also in this issue: Taylor Hawkins, Halestorm, Aerosmith, Pink Floyd, Hellacopters, Bill Ward, John Coghlan, Alex Lifeson, Thunder, Shinedown, Monster Magnet and more
One of the albums that altered the course of rock music as we know it, how will the Pixies' Doolittle stand up to the Album Of The Week Club scrutineers?
The 300th edition of Classic Rock features new interviews with Jimmy Page, Alice Cooper, Cheap Trick, Heart & Halestorm, Geddy Lee, Metallica, Brian May, Genesis, Iron Maiden and many more
Paul Stanley, Nancy Wilson, Ace Frehley, Billy Gibbons, Joe Satriani, Steve Lukather, Ritchie Blackmore and more explain the greatness of Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page
By 1987 U2's pedal-drenched sound was starting to sound like a quaint cliché. But with ambition now matched by maturity, they looked to America’s roots music for inspiration and made The Joshua Tree
Also in this issue: Saxon, George Harrison, Meat Loaf, Billy Idol, Scorpions, Goodbye June, Marillion, Sabaton, Rosalie Cunningham and much more
If anyone can turn 24 years of rock'n'roll music into the ultimate countdown of its best albums, you can
Let Julian Cope be your guide to a world of leatherbound thrill-junkies, cosmic shamans, barbarians and seekers
In this issue: Thin Lizzy, Joan Jett, The Clash, Led Zeppelin, Johnny Cash, David Bowie, Don McLean, Beth Hart, Eric Gales, Kevin Shirley, Steve Vai and much more
40 quotes that celebrate the outstanding, delightful arrogance of some of the biggest names in music
Out now: also starring Tony Iommi, Meat Loaf, The Tragically Hip, Krautrock, Volbeat, Zakk Wilde, Magnum, Massive Wagons, Rock's 50 Greatest Music Videos, and much more
Featuring the best new albums, reissues and songs of 2021, plus Robert Plant, Roger Taylor, Alice Cooper, Bruce Dickinson, Lindsey Buckingham, Wolfgang Van Halen, Joanne Shaw Taylor and more
Out now: also starring Rush, Status Quo, Jerry Cantrell, Van Halen, Dooms Children, Dream Theater, Florence Black, The Darkness, Primal Scream and more
Led Zeppelin IV is 50 today. Listen to Classic Rock's podcast on the album as we pick apart the mysteries of the sleeve, the influences on the music and the general "hippy-Hobbity sh*t"
An antidote to the grim and the grey of early 70s Britain, glam rock offered glitz, glitter, glamour and a path away from the drab, denim-decked norm. These are the albums you need