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
Oslo’s second-wave black metal forefathers, Mayhem, are still defining the state of the art
AC/DC’s sonic heirs, Airbourne, dispense once more with the graces in new album Boneshaker
Life after Lemmy sees Phil Campbell's mane event realised with star-studded solo album Old Lions Still Roar
Airbourne's fifth album Boneshaker proves that they're rock’n’roll for life – and you better believe it
Powered by their singer’s struggle with mental health the Norwegians have pushed through their metallic boundaries to deliver something that even they didn’t expect to create