A blockbuster of a slow build
A landmark debut born of a set of unusual circumstances
Not just a cultural phenomenon, but voodoo.
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Where to start with the German industrial legends
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When the Bristol trip-hop pioneers went to their darkest places
The album that introduced a new vocabulary to Costello’s music
A look back at the band’s 1994 masterpiece of a debut
The triumphant climax of the prog-rock legends’ powerful early run
How a group of Manchester punks created a foundational goth ur-text