Having finally released new music after over a decade, Chaka Khan's new record is a strong, fun - and genre-hopping - comeback.
Earth 2 is a monstrously loud, distortion-soaked and hypnotic experience.
Bigger, brighter and better than their debut, TDCC's second album is a joy to listen to.
Turning an almost entirely electronic setup into a warm, folky soundscape, Milky Chance's debut is a unique little gem.
Blur's genre-hopping magnum opus is one of the best Britpop albums out there, despite a shaky second half.
Full of infectious energy and a grimy atmosphere, death metal legends Obituary's first album still packs as much of a punch as it did when it was released.
Shedding their rougher sound for a cleaner, more unique production and style, My Chemical Romance's mainstream breakout is an irresistible classic.