The album that was inspired by downtown New York City club culture and completed the band's musical transformation.
The album that united the Downtown New York Scene circa 1980 with its Paradise Garage-meets-CBGBs-meets-The Kitchen recipe.
“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.
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".
"It was the end. We'd reached the point we'd been aiming for since teenagers. There was really nothing more to do." - Roger Waters after the unanticipated success of "The Dark Side of the Moon". Time to make another album then!
Portishead's first album, "Dummy", did not sound like much else out there when it was released in 1994. Although it did draw upon the trip hop Bristol sound popularised by The Wild Bunch and Massive Attack, it pushed the sound further afield.
Produced and co-written by the Mizell Brothers, this album sees trumpeter go into more funky and soulful R&B territory...