To mark the passing of their lead singer Chester Bennington, here’s Linkin Park’s studio albums presented From Worst To Best.
To mark the 25th anniversary of their debut single ‘The Drowners’, we rank Suede’s singles from worst to best.
With a brand new Arctic Monkeys album set to drop later this year, we rank all of the records that Alex Turner has been involved with to date, from worst to best.
To honour the first anniversary of the great man’s passing, here are David Bowie’s twenty-five studio albums listed from worst to best.
All ten of Metallica’s studio albums, ranked from worst to best.
by Ed Biggs When the Manic Street Preachers began their career on the cusp of the 1990s, they conceived of themselves as a reaction, a contemptible sneer against what they saw as an insular, pretentious music industry that had forgotten to connect with its public. In an era of static, navel-gazing indie and hedonistic, deliberately self-unconscious Madchester rave music, the Manics were gloriously, defiantly out of step with the prevailing trends.
by Ed Biggs In the two decades since Ash first demolished the British charts with their debut album 1977, few can claim to have been such a quintessentially ‘singles band’ as the Northern Irish three-piece. Rock music’s perpetual adolescents, stuck in a Neverland-like mindset of endless childhood summers, first romances and house parties, their singles were the essence of teenage lust, of unrequited desire, of both shyness and youthful confidence.
by Ed Biggs Having recently passed twin milestones – the release of their thirteenth studio album Super and the 30th anniversary of their first, Please – it seems like the ideal time to take stock of the Pet Shop Boys’ career and their impact on pop music. Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe have adapted to keep themselves on or ahead of the curve for three decades, and still retain that sense
by Ed Biggs As a presence and influence in popular music, Nick Cave is an institution easily worthy of being mentioned in the same breath with the likes of Dylan, Cash, Mitchell, Cohen and other household names, the most celebrated songwriters in pop’s well-documented history. However, it also makes sense to think of him as one of music’s eternal outsiders, along with cult heroes like Scott Walker, Tom Waits or Michael
by Ed Biggs With the news that documentary maker Asif Kapadia, who scored a critically and publicly well-received success with the Winehouse movie Amy earlier this year, is to team up with director Mat Whitecross to make a film about Oasis in 2016, it immediately made sense as a project. The million-selling albums and the iconic songs, the sell-out gigs and the Britpop wars, the squabbling Gallagher brothers and the amazing