To mark the passing of their lead singer Chester Bennington, here’s Linkin Park’s studio albums presented From Worst To Best.
Pink Floyd’s debut album ‘The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn’ is the greatest testament to the genius of Syd Barrett, as well as a key evolutionary milestone in British psychedelia.
Following three hotly-received EPs, Sheer Mag deliver a loving and beautifully executed album in thrall to classic rock.
Meadowlark, featuring former internet sensation Kate McGill, deliver a bucolic debut album that fulfills more than two years of promise.
20 years on, it’s hard to think of many albums that have made such a wide impact as The Prodigy’s massive third album ‘The Fat Of The Land’.
Following their meteoric rise to the top three years ago, Royal Blood stick to their guns and offer up more punishing riffage on ‘How Did We Get So Dark?’
After the industry hype, The Amazons deliver an imperfect and confused but ultimately promising debut album.
Linkin Park’s seventh album ‘One More Light’ is a confused and virtually unlistenable mess.
At The Drive-In’s first recorded music in 17 years is a worthwhile exercise, but ‘in·ter a·li·a’ doesn’t ever really come close to their finest moments.
‘Gargoyle’ is a reminder of Mark Lanegan’s talent as an artist in his own right, not just us a creative foil for others.