Dotted with time-specific experiments in industrial sounds and drum-and-bass, 'Earthling' very much represents where David Bowie found himself musically at the time.
Anniversaries - Page 3
With Roxy Music on an extended break, Bryan Ferry wrote a batch of original songs for his fourth solo LP, 'In Your Mind,' released in February 1977.
Afghan Whigs started showing off their soul influence on their third album, 'Congregation.'
1982's 'Picture This,' the second album by Huey Lewis and the News, brought them their first taste of stardom.
The B-52's agreed to have David Byrne produce their third album. But the two sides had a falling out during the sessions, which resulted in a shorter EP.
The Runaways' second album, 'Queens of Noise,' was released in January 1977.
On their fourth album, the Chemical Brothers brought together African percussion, MIDI guitar and grown-up lyrics on 2002's 'Come With Us.'
Although Lush had put out three EPs, a mini-album and a compilation by 1992, the London shoegazers released their official debut album, 'Spooky,' in 1992.
After a few rocky months, featuring only one single and lots of controversy, EMI dropped the Sex Pistols from their record contract in January 1977.
The Green tour marked many firsts for the band.