Myriad artists have leapt at the chance to record alongside the multi-Grammy-Award-winning singer/songwriter.
Hoffman calls this latest release “a combination of Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust and the Moody Blues’ Days of Future Passed.”
The 39-song greatest hits set is spread out over two CDs and is Robbie Williams’ definitive hits collection.
Fans of Björk will likely also like this dramatic, almost hallucinogenic soundscape featuring a transgender artist.
Better known for her pre-Gaga domination of the gay clubs, here the international dance music icon tries on a jazz hat for her 15th studio album.
The solid, swingy singer goes straight solo, excelling with the vaudeville-inspired “Please” and the flippy, Gospely “Dispossessed.”
The triple Grammy Award-winning group starts strong with “Misery” on this, its third studio album, the first in three years.
Despite the fact that we can’t hear her music without wanting to buy an iPhone, the charming Ms. B triumphs with her sophomore release.