Albums that saw artists come back stronger than ever: Bloodsports, Achtung Baby, The Next Day, Californication, Back In Black and The Magic Whip.

The best "comeback" albums of all time

Rivers Cuomo and a memorable talky bit from Weezer's The Sweater Song

Top 10 "talky bits" in songs

Classic concert films: Stop Making Sense, Gimme Shelter and Sign 'O' The Times.

The 15 best concert movies

Morrissey and The Smiths' only live album (to date)... Rank

The 20 best live albums

Shortest Songs Ever:  Nirvana, The Smiths and The White Stripes

The best songs under 2 minutes

David Bowie on the Serious Moonlight Tour in 1983 and Nile Rodgers today.

Why Nile Rodgers didn't want David Bowie's Let's Dance to be a success at first

David Bowie in 1975 and Luther Vandross in 1987

How David Bowie's Young Americans album was influenced by Luther Vandross

Classic moments from The Brit Awards:

The BRIT Awards' most surprising duos

Great TV appearances: Queen on Top Of The Pops; The Stone Roses on The Other Side Of Midnight; The Smiths on The Tube; and David Bowie trying to get into the BBC Television Centre in 1964.

The 10 greatest debut TV appearances

George Martin listens to The Beatles' latest slice of genius at Abbey Road studios, as the band record Sgt Pepper in 1967

15 of the best music producers of all time

David Bowie's Diamond Dogs album is set for a 50th anniversary reissue

David Bowie's Diamond Dogs to be released as 50th anniversary half-speed LP and picture disc

Greatest Bowie covers: Nirvana, Placebo and Warpaint

The 10 best David Bowie cover versions

Indie Love Songs: The Cardigans, The Verve and Yeah Yeah Yeahs

The 50 Best Indie Love Songs for Valentine's Day

Big in the USA: The Beatles touch down in New York, February 1964; Freddie Mercury gives Inglewood, California a show in 1977; Led Zeppelin refuel their private jet in Hawaii; and Elton John plays Dodger Stadium in 1975.

10 British Classic Rock acts that made it big in the USA

Three rock alter egos: "Camille", "Machphisto" and "Ziggy Stardust"

The most famous musical alter egos