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We dig deep into the stories behind our favourite albums through words and music.

Public Enemy ‘It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us...

Listen to the inspirations and samples behind one of the greatest hip hop albums of all time. Includes James Brown, ESG, Lafayette Afro Rock Band and more...

Album Of The Month: LCD Soundsystem ‘Sound Of Silver’

A modern classic that defined early 21st century New York City.

Album Of The Month: The Wailers ‘Burnin”

A defining crossover moment for Jamaican music and The Wailers and in particular Bob Marley's rise to global stardom.

Album of the Month: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds ‘The...

A sparse, emotive and heartfelt masterpiece from one of the great lyricists in popular music.

Album Of The Month: Steely Dan ‘Aja’

Steely Dan's audiophile classic 'Aja' is our first album of the month in 2018. Learn the story behind the band in our Album of the Month Blog.

Album of the Month: Dr. Dre ‘The Chronic’

Our final album of the year is Dr. Dre's controversial landmark g-funk LP 'The Chronic', which redefined the popular potential of the hip-hop form.

Album of the Month: Fela Kuti ‘Gentleman’ & ‘Zombie’

Plenty of musicians profess political and social ideals, but few follow through with the dedication that Fela Kuti had. We explore our November albums of the month 'Gentleman' and 'Zombie.'

Album of the Month: The Strokes ‘Is This It’

With a raw, fast paced, unforgiving sound The Strokes burst onto the scene in 2001 with 'Is This It' and were instantly hailed as the saviours of rock. The album would go on to be recognised as one of the most important albums of the noughties.