An oddball collection of easy listening show tunes inspired by the children’s TV favourites of the early 1970s.
Professional wrestling’s most notorious novelty record by one of its most enduring stars.
A Barbie girl in a Barbie world – easy-listening dreams for the young girls of the 1960s.
The Hi-Fi system was an essential part of any would-be swinging bachelor’s pad – and advertisers knew how to package the dream of sexy stereos and gorgeous girls.
The album that ushered in the grunge revolution is perhaps more important as a signpost in rock history than as a musical work.
The prolific and pointless musical career of a woman with limited talent but unlimited resources.
A collection of heavy metal LPs where the artwork failed to live up to the ambition of the band.
The most seductive album of the 1970s has lost none of its romantic intensity.
The God of Hellfire returns with a new, all-star version of his classic hit song.
Serge Gainsbourg’s 1971 masterpiece transformed into a work of video art starring Jane Birkin.
The disco-rock miscreants return with an album of other people’s songs that offers nothing new to the original versions.
The curious country and western song performed by the German sex symbol turned porn star.