Did Iron Maiden's second album build on the promise of their storming debut? And if it did, why did they get rid of singer Paul Di'Anno immediately afterwards?
Following up Hotel California was hard enough, and The Long Run showed there was life left for Eagles... but not for long
By the beginning of 1970, The Who were road-hardened and sick of playing 'Tommy'. So they took it back to basics with an album that set the bar for live albums in the 70s
Presence is an album Jimmy Page rates as one of Led Zeppelin's best... but it was made under very difficult circumstances