The surf guitar spacemen from Sweden visit London for an incongruous collection of easy listening pop.
Unearthing an eccentric slice of 1980s novelty pop from France.
The celebrity ‘suggestologist’ Russ Burgess believes that everyone can exhibit psychic powers if they just follow his instructions.
No pain, no gain – looking back at the golden age of the workout LP.
Middle-aged Dick Clark tries and fails to bridge the generation gap in this odd 1967 recording.
The odd parallel universe of easy-listening cover versions of revolutionary acid rock classics that proliferated in the 1960s.
The oddly forgotten musical recordings by the British cult movie queen.
Looking back at the free discs sent out alongside offers for box sets of music that people didn’t really want but felt compelled to buy anyway.
Meat Loaf’s music existed outside of any music genre – an already-nostalgic rock opera that has itself become part of the fabric of our collective memory.
Looking back at the curious fame of the once-ubiquitous demolition expert turned comedy raconteur.
Rarely have album covers so wildly misrepresented the music within as on 1970s easy listening Hammond organ collections.
The two secret tracks by the legendary comedian that appeared as surprise extras on Sparks’ 12-inch singles in 1979.