& The Beatles

The Beatles recorded together for a little over seven years. Between October 1962 and May 1970, they released thirteen albums and a number of tracks issues on standalone singles. Discover the band that changed it all here!

The Beatles
& Blondie

Embracing a broad range of pop music that encompassed British Invasion Rock, garage rock, disco, reggae, Latin rhythms and hip-hop, Blondie was the most commercially successful band to emerge from the New York punk/new wave community in the late ‘70s. Read more and find out why.

& Frozen

Featuring ten original songs and twenty-two score pieces, including the critically acclaimed song "Let It Go” performed by Idina Menzel, the soundtrack album to Disney’s 2013 smash-hit film has sold over 10 million copies worldwide!

& Eminem

On sheer verbal skills, Eminem was one of the greatest MCs of his generation, as capable of pulling off long-form narrative as he was delivering a withering aside. Listen to the songs that put the Detroit rapper on the map!

& The Who

Few rock and roll bands were riddled with as many contradictions as the Who. All four members had widely different personalities, as their notorious live performances demonstrated. They clashed frequently, but these frictions resulted in a decade’s worth of remarkable music. Listen to it all here!

The Who
& Nirvana

After the band’s second album, 1991’s Nevermind, nothing was ever quite the same, for better and for worse. Nirvana popularised punk, post-punk and indie rock, unintentionally bringing them into the American mainstream like no other band to date. Hear the songs that shaped a generation!

& Queen

Few bands embodied the pure excess of the ‘70s like Queen. Embracing the exaggerated pomp of prog-rock and heavy metal, as well as vaudevillian music hall, the British quartet delved deeply into camp and bombast, creating a huge, mock-operatic sound with layered guitars and overdubbed vocals. Celebrate with them today!

& Siouxsie and The Banshees

Siouxsie and the Banshees were among the longest-lived and most successful acts to emerge from the London punk community; over the course of a career that lasted two decades, they evolved from an abrasive, primitive art punk band into a stylish, sophisticated unit that even notched 18 Top 40 hits and 9 Top 20 albums.

Siouxsie and The Banshees
& Frank Zappa

Composer, guitarist, singer, and bandleader Frank Zappa was a singular musical figure during a performing and recording career that lasted from the 1960s to the ‘90s. Check out his best work, here!

Frank Zappa
& Sex Pistols

The Sex Pistols may have only been together for two years in the ‘70s, but they changed the face of popular music. Through their raw, nihilistic singles and violent performances, the band revolutionised the idea of what rock and roll could be. Go punk and listen to their best tracks today!

Sex Pistols

N.W.A, the unapologetically violent and sexist pioneers of gangsta rap, are in many ways the most notorious group in the history of rap. Emerging in the late ‘80s, revolutionary and socially aware, N.W.A capitalised on Public Enemy’s sonic breakthrough while ignoring their message. Instead the five-piece crew celebrated the violence and hedonism of the criminal life, capturing it all in blunt, harsh language.

& Guns N’ Roses

At a time when pop was dominated by dance music and pop-metal, Guns N Roses brought raw ugly rock and roll crashing back to the charts. They were ugly, misogynistic, and violent; they were also funny, vulnerable and occasionally sensitive, as their breakthrough hit, ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’, showed. Get your Rock on today!

Guns N’ Roses
& The Rolling Stones

By the time the Rolling Stones started calling themselves the greatest rock and roll band in the late ‘60s, they had already staked out an impressive claim on the title. As the self-consciously dangerous alternative to the bouncy Merseyside beat of the Beatles in the British invasion, the Stones had pioneered the gritty, hard-driving blues-based rock and roll that came to define hard rock.

The Rolling Stones
& Wolfmother

Led by guitarist/vocalist, Andrew Stockdale, the power trio came storming out of Sydney, Australia in 2006 with a self-titled debut album that generated international hits in the form of ‘Woman’ and ‘Joke and The Thief’. Check out their best songs here!

& Chris Cornell

Originally finding success as the frontman of Seattle’s Soundgarden, rock vocalist Chris Cornell forged a successful career after the band’s 1997 demise, both with the supergroup Audioslave and as a diverse solo artist. Travel with Chris through the years today!

Chris Cornell
& Megadeth

By streamlining the classic thrash metal approach, Dave Mustaine’s Megadeth became one of the leading bands of the genre during the mid and late ‘80s. get ready to headbang!

& Lionel Richie

Richie dominated the pop charts during his 1981-87 heyday with an incredible run of 13 consecutive Top Ten hits, five of them number ones. Find out what made his so successful here!

Lionel Richie
& Guardians Of The Galaxy

With classic anthems from the ‘70s and ‘80s, including Blue Swede’s ‘Hooked On A Feeling’, The Jackson Five’s ‘I Want You Back’ and David Bowie’s ‘Moonage Daydream’, this soundtrack album has sold over 2.5 million copies worldwide. Travel back in time and discover why here!

Guardians Of The Galaxy
& Roger and Wilko

‘Going Back Home’ is a collaborative studio album by former Dr. Feelgood guitarist Wilko Johnson and The Who lead vocalist Roger Daltrey, who decided to work together after meeting at an awards ceremony in 2010 and quickly striking up a friendship. Click here to discover the fruits of that friendship!

Roger and Wilko

While there were a number of hardcore and punk bands in the U.S. during the early ‘80s, R.E.M brought guitar pop back into the underground lexicon. Combining ringing guitar hooks with mumbled, cryptic lyrics and a D.IY. aesthetic borrowed from post-punk, the band simultaneously sounded traditional and modern. Find out what made them so special here.