Blue Oyster Cult's debut album: the first forays into sonic exploration from the thinking man’s rock band
An inspiration for Guns N' Roses and a cover featuring a bat-like creature with vicious teeth. It can only be Nazareth's Hair Of The Dog
How do you follow an album that changed the world? For the most part it's rinse then repeat
Rolling Stone Keith Richards' 1988 solo debut gets major expansion job – in real Fender wood!
Pink Floyd's Atom Heart Mother marked the point where the band found their way out of their post-Barrett malaise
UK rockers of a certain age were introduced to Nantucket Sleighride by political broadcasting on the TV, but there was also an album attached to the song
In which we discuss communal music youth programs in a social democracy, and what they meant for Europe's album The Final Countdown
In mid-1975, Peter Frampton was a moderately successful solo artist. Within a year, Frampton Comes Alive! had smashed all known sales records...
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers' career-spanning double CD compilation, also available on quadruple vinyl
14th Dream Theater studio album Distance Over Time finds the band veering delightfully off-course
Stranger In Town is an album featuring three of Bob Seger's most celebrated songs, but it's not his most celebrated album. What's going on?
A debut album from the youthful Free, a band with a couldn’t-care-less attitude honed on the rough-and-ready UK circuit of blues clubs and ballrooms
SAHB crept up on an unsuspecting nation, grabbed it by the balls and won hearts and minds in unison