When push comes to shove, Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs might just showcase Eric Clapton at his very best
Slade may not have been cool, but they were a better live act than most, and Alive! captures the band at their fiery best
After three decades of negotiation, Cheap Trick finally play Liverpool's legendary Cavern club
In which Genesis cause controversy and dismay by turning their hand to shorter, more pop-orientated songs
Girlschool didn’t so much sound like they might scratch your eyes out as boot you in the balls and nick your beer
Strictly speaking, Tommy wasn't the first rock opera. But it's the one that catapulted The Who into the major leagues
Conceived as a stop-gap release, the second Guns N’ Roses album remains a remarkable one-off – in every sense.
"It’s absolutely amazing. Every single song on there is brilliant." Iron Maiden's Steve Harris on Be Bop Deluxe's Sunburst Finish
At a time when rock was increasingly looking beyond its own frontiers for inspiration, Living Colours' Vivid was a genre-mashing stake in the ground
Arthur Brown's debut album is infamous for one song... but does it deserve more respect?
From Mott The Hoople, a band that had two lives: a collection drawn from their fist and most exciting one
Metallica's damaged Justice revisited, over the course of 11 CDs, four vinyl LPs, DVDs and more...