Album of the Month

Album of the Month: A Tribe Called Quest ‘Midnight Marauders’

From the “N-Word” to milkshakes, a quick low-down on A Tribe Called Quest’s biggest biscuit.

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Album of the Month: The Jimi Hendrix Experience ‘Electric Ladyland’

Jimi Hendrix takes control on his third and last album with The Experience. This album is Jimi at his experimental best.

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Album of the Month: Cocteau Twins ‘Blue Bell Knoll’

“We’ve got nothing at all to say, just to listen to the music, that is what’s important.” – Robin Guthrie

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Album of the Month: Air ‘Moon Safari’

French duo AIR’s debut album “Moon Safari” is one of the most classic French pop records of all time and one of the sexiest.

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Album of the Month: Massive Attack ‘Blue Lines’

Massive Attack’s debut album but Bristol on the musical map, became a post-club and late-night (or early morning?) classic and forged a sound that influenced a range of acts from DJ Shadow to Portishead.

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Album of the Month: New Order ‘Power Corruption and Lies’

The album that was inspired by downtown New York City club culture and completed the band’s musical transformation.

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Album of the Month: Talking Heads ‘Remain in Light’

The album that united the Downtown New York Scene circa 1980 with its Paradise Garage-meets-CBGBs-meets-The Kitchen recipe.

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Album of the Month: Led Zeppelin ‘Houses of the Holy’

“We thought of putting steps on the cover to help you do the dance.” – Jimmy Page on “Houses of the Holy”. CAS celebrates the 40th Anniversary.

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Album of the Month: Miles Davis ‘Kind of Blue’

Ever the musical chameleon who continuously challenged himself with new musical forms, Miles wanted to move away from the hard bop sound and instead, experiment with modal jazz.

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Album of the Month: Brian Eno ‘Here Come the Warm Jets’

After leaving Roxy Music, Brian Eno unleashes his own unadulterated brand of art-rock-pop on his debut solo album “Here Come the Warm Jets”.

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