This debut offers a mysterious, bizarre and unnerving mind trip with the singer’s unearthly vocals weaving in and out of creepy baroque pop/folk soundscapes.
La Streisand’s return to Broadway music – even if only on record – in the mid-80s was a much-heralded affair and a brave leap of faith at a time when these types of songs weren’t exactly racing up the charts.
For their fifth album, the New Romantics pioneers tried to adapt to the changing times, shedding their synthpop roots for arena-geared rock music.
The iconic British band’s eighth album married their experimental synthpop style with the emerging aggressive grunge sound of the early 1990s.
The debut LP released by the supergroup formed by members of Journey and The Babys was a confident foray through hair metal rock and power ballads, the cornerstones of the entire project.