The Ultimate Album – A Subjective (and Stupid) Endeavour: Part IV

by Luke Irwin Ending World War II, landing on the moon, steak dinners: they all pale in comparison to the crowning achievement in humanity – the ultimate album, comprised of the best songs from each album track position. As always, my only rules are each song must appear in its original album position, and the …

Albums That Changed My Life Part IV: The Smiths, The Queen is Dead (1986)- Neil McCaw

Sometimes you buy an album that speaks to you. No, literally, it speaks TO YOU. Each song has something to say about your life. It reaches out from the speakers and clasps you tightly until the last note has faded away. It conjures up everything you have ever thought and felt and said and wished …

Music: Save The Album! Glenn Fosbraey

‘Downloads are great’, I hear so many people say. ‘You can just get the songs you like and not have to buy the whole album’. Imagine if downloads were available in 1966. The Beatles have just released Revolver, and Yellow Submarine is the single taken from it. Thousands of people rush to purchase this throwaway …