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Take a trip back to the year of Three Imaginary Boys, Eton Rifles and Unknown Pleasures...
Costello's third album featured the hits Accidents Will Happen and Oliver's Army.
Bowie's thirteenth (!) album and the last of his "Berlin trilogy" (alongside Low and "Heroes") included DJ, Look Back In Anger and Boys Keep Swinging.
Robert Smith and his band from Crawley, Sussex, released their debut album in 1979 with a perplexing cover with no proper track titles listed. The LP didn't even include the single Boys Don't Cry, which was issued a month later.
The legendary Manchester band released their timeless debut album on Factory Records in June 1979. The album included Disorder, New Dawn Fades and She's Lost Control. An accompanying single, Transmission, was released later in the year.
The Aussie rockers released their final album with original singer Bon Scott, who died the following year.
The New York art rockers released their third album, which included the classic Life During Wartime.
The band's fourth album features the huge hit Atomic (released as a single in 1980), Dreaming and Union City Blue.
The prog legends released one of their most famous albums, a double concept piece about personal alienation, which was accompanied by a typically lavish live show. The LP included the No 1 hit Another Brick In The Wall Part II and Comfortably Numb.
John Lydon's post-Sex Pistols, post-punk collective released their second album, which originally came in a metal tin containing the album across three 12" singles. The track Radio 4 gave the New York band their name, while the song Poptones inspired the name of Alan McGee's post-Creation label.
The band's fourth album featured the massive hit Eton Rifles, and rode the wave of the Mod revival which came to a climax with the release of the Quadrophenia movie that year.
The punk legends issued their third album was a double and featured the title track and the tracks Guns Of Brixton and Train In Vain.