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Jagger puts himself in Beelzebub’s shoes on the simply staggering album opener ‘Sympathy For The Devil’, blazing a trail through history while Richards comes on like the soundtrack to the apocalypse. The album that exposed the QOTSA as a gargantuan rock force.
Prince was big before ‘Purple Rain’, but his sixth studio album (and soundtrack to the film of the same name) made him massive by mixing first-rate songwriting with his dazzling ability to master genres from funk to hard rock to psychedelic pop. Lauryn Hill, ‘The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill’ (1998) Ruffhouse/Columbia.
As the Purple One himself might put it, it’s close 2 genius. The Streets ‘A Grand Don’t Come For Free’ (2004) Locked On/679. ” they shouted after Mike’s Skinner’s zeitgeist capturing 2002 debut ‘Original Pirate Material’. Few artists ever capture a moment like this, hooked around the story of a stoner losing a wedge down the back of the TV. Janelle Monáe: “She was speaking from so many angles – she tied in love, she tied in her love for hip-hop, and it was the first time I saw a black woman who was absolutely cheering to listen to, putting an album together that was a classic, and that every young girl should listen to.” 88. Roxy Music’s second album is the pinnacle of English art rock, mixing pop sensibilities with a brash experimental spirit, its songs about new dance crazes and inflatable doll lust attracting attention from devotees such as Morrissey. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ (1967) Parlophone. ‘Will You Love Me Tomorrow’ might have initially been performed by The Shirelles, but it was the brainchild of one Carole King.
Dominated by Brian Eno’s warped genius – his departure shortly afterwards pushed them into the mainstream. Considered the ultimate achievement of recorded music at the time, the gleam has dulled on ‘Pepper’s…’ medals over time, its psychedelic visuals and flower power sentiments turned corny at the edges. The cult success of this sole album released by Tim Buckley’s son during his short life is intrinsically linked to his mysterious premature death. Eight flawless tracks make up Springsteen’s triumphant third album. ‘Tapestry’ is the mother of the reflective records; so comforting, beautifully woven and wise, it would be easy but foolish to forget to thank it for its guidance. Kraftwerk, ‘Trans-Europe Express’ (1977) Kling Klang. Just as the blues musicians derived their rhythms from the rattle of the railroad, so Kraftwerk looked to trains as the carrier for this paean to Mitteleuropean modernity. Cee Lo Green: “Iggy Pop is the ultimate American icon, like the anti-working class hero, this drugged-up rebel kid with too much energy who’s thumbing his nose at the world.
Today the likes of ‘Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds’ and ‘A Day In The Life’ endure for their melodic brilliance. The longing of ‘Last Goodbye’, the lump-in-the-throat heartache of ‘Lover, You Should’ve Come Over’ and the haunting ‘Dream Brother’ are all the more eerie from beyond the grave. Its romantic depiction of small-town America – all fresh faced girls next door, drinking beers in parking lots, classic cars and broken hearts – has never been bettered. Lyrically examining Courtney Love’s new place in motherhood, Hole’s second album showed a sweeter side to the band. Minimal and melodic, the songs of ‘Trans-Europe Express’ tackle topics from stardom (‘Hall Of Mirrors’) and on the title track, “Iggy Pop and David Bowie”. ‘Raw Power’ is probably the best Stooges album, because it’s so loud.