A collection of predictably unpredictable musical variations from the former Cardiacs guitarist.
Tag: classic album
Classic Albums Revisited: The Dangers Of Evil Blizzard
The unruly pleasures of ‘black psychedelia’ on the debut album from Preston’s finest masked madmen.
Classic Albums Revisited: Nirvana’s Nevermind
The album that ushered in the grunge revolution is perhaps more important as a signpost in rock history than as a musical work.
Classic Albums Revisited: Bathory’s Under The Sign Of The Black Mark
Looking back at one of the pioneering moments in the Black Metal story.
Classic Albums Revisited: Fairport Convention’s Rising For The Moon
A transitional album for the British folk-rock pioneers now comes in a posh expanded edition.
Classic Albums Revisited: Toyah’s Sheep Farming In Barnet
Toyah’s debut album remains as startling, experimental and unsettling now as it was on its original release.
Classic Albums Revisited: Diana Ross
The soul diva’s legendary 1976 album – a project that feels thrown together but remains a classic recording and features her finest musical moment.
Classic Albums Revisted: World Of Twist’s Quality Street
The criminally underrated album from a band that was unfortunately caught in the tail-end of the Madchester movement.
The Principles Of Lust: Enigma’s Albums Revisited
Exploring the erotic, hypnotic and chilled-out ambience of Enigma.