One of the final acts of George Michael's creative life was to oversee both the re-issue and re-evaluation of perhaps his most misunderstood, yet greatest pieces of work. Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1 was released to a changing world - musically and otherwise - in the autumn of 1990, wrong-footing critics and fans alike.
For me, X-Factor Fright Night was the best night of the competition until now this season. The majority of the songs (5/9
Aaaaah, the 90s. It was the decade that brought us Britpop classics from Oasis ('Definitely Maybe') and Blur ('Parklife') as
Think you know your 90's music? What about your 90's album covers? Well here's your chance to prove it with our not-as-easy
I have been asking listeners to share their memories of that time and specifically, when they realised they were part of the 90s movement which became known as Britpop. One listener in particular had the most incredible reason for vivid memories of that time - his wedding day. A day immortalised on the iconic cover of Pulp's album, A Different Class.
To paraphrase Robin Williams: if you can remember the Nineties, you probably were there. With a Game Boy in one hand, a Tamagotchi
First things first. When we say they shouldn't really exist we don't mean that we don't like the artists' music. In fact
"Without music my life would be a dull place, I'm an obsessive, for me music is like cooking," Cerys Matthews (right) tells