Moving Pictures was the album that turned Rush from a cult prog/metal band into a world-class rock group. Here it is, rearranged from worst to first...
The Tubes shocked and rocked in equal measure – here the most theatrical band of the 80s talk about breaking boundaries, assless chaps, and balancing art with outrage
In November 1973, 19-year-old Who fan Scott Halpin travelled to see the band play at San Francisco's Cow Palace. He ended up on stage
It was just another night in the life of a successful rock star: a film premiere and a party. But the evening was also Keith Moon's last
Prog picks 20 of the most obscure prog albums that you might have nestled at the back of your collection. Some that could even unearth you a small fortune
In July 1986, Queen stopped bickering long enough become the first band to play a stadium show in the communist Eastern Bloc. Cue armed soldiers and genital-related insults…
Enter a clandestine world of S&M-loving siblings, invading extra-terrestrials and naked motorcycle gangs, as we explore 10 of Blue Oyster Cult's underrated best
In the summer of 1976, Jon Anderson released his first solo album, Olias Of Sunhillow – forty years later, he talks us through its complex creation
Keith Moon's daughter Mandy Moon talks about growing up with one of rock's favourite wild men and foremost drummers
It was meant to be the follow-up to Pink Floyd's Dark Side Of The Moon... but Pink Floyd's lost album Household Objects never saw the light of day
In the late 1960s, the psychedelic revolution changed everything – and, thanks to The Beatles, Floyd and more, helped usher in the progressive rock era…
Meet the brains behind The Life Of Rock With Brian Pern, the best music ‘mockumentary’ since This Is Spinal Tap, a love letter to prog’s greatest characters, and the only place you’ll ever see
Turning down Bowie to join Yes, heart attacks at 25, preposterous concept albums… it's been a long, colourful career for the caped keysman.
Mixing their huge riffs with tunes the devil would sell his soul for, the band set off down the Highway To Hell, and onto the road to global stardom.
In 1992, Malcolm Young sat down to look back over AC/DC’s career - and have a sly dig at Robert Plant and Kurt Cobain
The Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen on being arrested, getting “paddled” at school and playing with Lennon.
He photographed The Beatles and The Stones, but John "Hoppy" Hopkins was also behind the UFO Club (where Pink Floyd got their break) and the 14-Hour Technicolor Dream
With Brand X, Phil Collins got to indulge his jazz-fusion passions, making crazy music during “a crazy time” while Genesis' future was in doubt.
Phil Collins is one of rock’s most successful musicians – and one of the most divisive. In this epic interview, he looks at what went wrong and how he put it right
Includes: learning to drive in a van full of smoke bombs, and how to handle Steve McQueen’s killer alsatian
The Prog Interview is just that: every issue we get inside the minds of the biggest names in music. This month, it’s flute-toting Ian Anderson…
In 1966, The Who were a bunch of drinking, drugging, brawling rock stars-in-waiting. But Pete Townshend was about to shape the sound of the future.