One For Keeps
Paul and Linda McCartney - Ram

One For Keeps: Paul and Linda McCartney – Ram

by Ross Horton

One of the most charming albums ever committed to tape gets a 50th anniversary ‘half speed master’ vinyl repress, and reminds of the simple pleasures of intimacy



One For Keeps: Neil Young – After The Gold Rush

by Chris White

Coinciding with the release of its 50th Anniversary Edition, Chris White argues why half a century on, this remains his greatest record

One For Keeps: Björk – Post

by Ben Hogwood

Turning the clock back 25 years to an album that reveals so many sides of its author – by turns funny, punchy, irresistible, scary, outrageous, heartfelt, vulnerable

One For Keeps: Iggy Pop – Lust For Life

by Ross Horton

Reissued as part of a box set commemorating his Berlin/Bowie Years, an album with a legacy that stretches further and wider than any of his others

One For Keeps: Teenage Fanclub – Grand Prix

by Steven Johnson

On its 25th anniversary, Steven Johnson celebrates a glorious, career-defining fifth album

One For Keeps: Pulp – Different Class

by Ross Horton

In the 25th anniversary year of its release, and on the day Common People went on sale, Ross Horton remembers one of the finest British albums of all time

One For Keeps: Sade – Lovers Rock

by Ross Horton

Ross Horton looks at one of the most sensual, delicate albums of 2000, and pledges allegiance to the queen of R&B

One For Keeps: Black Sabbath – Technical Ecstasy

by Ross Horton

On the 50th anniversary of their debut album’s release, Ross Horton highlights a diverse, endlessly entertaining yet unfairly neglected work

One For Keeps: a-ha – Hunting High And Low

by Ross Horton

A debut work that made a pin-up star of Morten Harket, gave its creators their only UK Number 1 single, and changed music video history

One for Keeps: Bob Dylan – Self Portrait

by Ross Horton

Ross Horton urges you to take another look at a lost classic, one mistakenly disliked only because of context

One For Keeps: Grace Jones – Warm Leatherette

by Ross Horton

Ross Horton attempts to do some measure of justice to a 40-year-old brooding post-funk masterpiece

One For Keeps: Squarepusher – Ultravisitor

by Ben Devlin

“Hello, my name is Thomas Jenkinson” – Circlewave The most precocious thing I can say about myself is that, at the age of 12, I went through a pretty heavy drill’n’bass phase: lots of mid-era...

One For Keeps: Sarabeth Tucek – Get Well Soon

by Sam Shepherd

One For Keeps is a features series in which musicOMH writers wax lyrical on albums they’d just not be able to cope without. Here Sam Shepherd picks one of the most significant records in his...

One For Keeps: Bruce Springsteen – Born To Run

by Tim Lee

One For Keeps is a features series in which musicOMH writers wax lyrical on albums they’d just not be able to cope without. Tim Lee’s pick is Born To Run, an album by flagrant curfew...

One For Keeps: Nine Inch Nails – The Downward Spiral

by Max Raymond

One For Keeps is a features series in which musicOMH writers wax lyrical on albums they’d just not be able to cope without. Max Raymond here recalls Trent Reznor’s 1994 change of direction, a concept...

One For Keeps: New Order – Technique

by Laurence Green

One For Keeps is a new features series in which musicOMH writers wax lyrical on albums they’d just not be able to cope without. Laurence Green here makes the case for an album made by...

One For Keeps: Lifter Puller – Fiestas + Fiascos

by Mic Wright

One For Keeps is a new features series in which musicOMH writers wax lyrical on albums they’d just not be able to cope without. Kicking things off, Mic Wright lines up Fiestas + Fiascos by...