Fleetwood Mac's 'Rumours' - A Timeless Classic Turns 40Their greatest album never seems to get old, and the drama continues today.
Pink Floyd's 'Animals' at 40: A Look Back at Their Most Underrated AlbumRoger Waters, at his solo concerts, has used an "Animals" classic to mock Donald Trump.
Daft Punk's 'Homework' Turns 20: A Look Back at a ClassicIt’s been two decades since the legendary disco robots debuted as just a couple of French kids with a love for American dance music and rock rebellion
David Bowie's 'Low': His Masterpiece Turns 40"Low" wasn't a huge hit, but it was one of his most influential albums.
Michael Jackson's 'Dangerous' Featured Some of His Last Smash HitsA quarter of a century later, we look back on 'Dangerous,' the album that had the unenviable task of following up 'Off the Wall,' 'Thriller' and 'Bad.'
Prince's 'Emancipation' Marked His Artistic Rebirth"Emancipation," allowed Prince to truly indulge his artistic impulses to their fullest, including different genres and some wild covers.
U2's 'Achtung Baby' — One of Rock's Bravest ReinventionsU2 made a sonic change as drastic as Bob Dylan's when he went electric, while creating a new band persona as Bowie did with Ziggy Stardust.
Genesis's Last Stand: 'We Can't Dance' Turns 25The album yielded a lot of singles, but the true gems were album tracks like "Since I Lost You" and "Fading Lights."
KISS 'Rock and Roll Over' Featured a Country-Rock Gem"Hard Luck Woman" seemed out of character for KISS, but it's endured as a classic.
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' Debut: Two Hits, Several ClassicsThere are no bad songs on the debut, but one that may have been unjustly ignored over the years is "The Wild One, Forever," a soulful ballad worthy of Van Morrison.
Taylor Swift's Self-Titled Debut is About to Turn 10"Picture to Burn" showed Swift's ability at writing revenge anthems; Swift let the boys know in 2006 to be careful how they treated her.
Led Zeppelin's 'Song Remains the Same,' 40 Years LaterWhile most bands saw live albums as a chance to put their greatest hits together, backed by applause, Led Zeppelin took a very different approach.