An album that split Rush's following clean down the middle, Signals saw the Canadian trio beginning to experiment with keyboards
Magnum's 21st studio album The Serpent Rings looks set to continue the band’s hard-won late-career revival
Steve Harris's British Lion are back with second album The Burning, and this time they're a band, not an album title
Uriah Heep's debut album was hated by Rolling Stone but paved the way for a a career that's still going half a century later
It's 1978. Journey are going nowhere, but they have a plan. His name is Steve Perry, and Infinity is the result
Even with remixed albums and live recordings, Pink Floyd's The Later Years box set isn't quite as thorough as it could have been
Eric Clapton's Cream were a year away from extinction, Jimmy Page was commandeering his own juggernaut, and Jeff Beck was determined not to be left out of the race
Strange Days was The Doors' second record, spawning the hit singles People Are Strange and Love Me Two Times
In which Jimmy Page and Robert Plant retreat to the Welsh hills and come up with something less bombastic for Led Zeppelin's third album
Earth vs. The Wildhearts was a Britrock classic, and an intoxicating, hyperactive mash-up of pop melodies, punk aggression and glam-rock swagger
The Georgia Satellites' debut was a scuzzy blast of pure rock'n'roll amidst the glamour and glitz of hair metal... but has it stood the test of time?
Side one is an acknowledged prog masterpiece... but how much does side two drag the overall score down?
The Rolling Stones’ 60s high-water mark Let It Bleed, now in a multi-format package with extras
Texas Flood was the debut album from Stevie Ray Vaughan, the Texas cat with the hat and the Strat who hot-wired the 80s blues revival