A suitably excessive collection of recordings from the very height of progressive rock’s ambition and pomposity.
A variety of guest performers and a bigger variety of musical styles do not make for a cohesive album.
Looking back at Toyah’s magnificent 1981 breakthrough album and its dystopian, rebellious sci-fi concepts.
As a new generation discovers Kate Bush, your editor looks back on his own discovery of and obsession with Britain’s most singular rock star.
An oddball collection of easy listening show tunes inspired by the children’s TV favourites of the early 1970s.
Serge Gainsbourg’s 1971 masterpiece transformed into a work of video art starring Jane Birkin.
The oddly endearing and enduring belief that Paul McCartney was killed at the start of 1967 and replaced with a lookalike.
A Weimar-inspired, multi-artist concept album based around the tango and created by producer NHOAH.
A wall of relentless, atom-bomb driven nuclear blasting metal.
The former members of the Alice Cooper band and their ambitious but doomed plan for post-Alice glory.
The original space rockers and author Michael Moorcock join forces for a seminal concept album.
1973 saw Genesis reach their creative peak with an album full of English whimsy and eccentricity.