It was 1992, a time of musical turbulence and experimentation, when new and exciting bands were cutting through the dead weeds of a changing music industry and forever leaving their mark on a brave new world. So what better time for Mike Oldfield to have a number one album with his long-awaited sequel to 1973's original 'Tubular Bells'.
We had no idea what to expect from this one, as you'll find out pretty much straight away, but we were definitely interested to see what made it such a big deal upon release. Along the way we also chat about the likes of The Shamen, Brand New Heavies and Skid Row among other people in the charts at the time.
You can hear all of the Oldfield album and the rest of the singles we talk about on our companion spotify playlist, there are some ace tracks on there this week for sure. As usual please get in contact on our facebook or twitter to say hi or let us know your thoughts on Tubular Bells in general.
S04E01 Little Angels 'Jam'
S03E21 Sugar 'Copper Blue' Bonus Episode
S03E20 BONUS EPISODE - Mr Bungle 'Mr Bungle'
S03E19 ABBA 'Gold'
S03E18B Best Albums of 1992 Special - Part Two
S03E18A Best Albums of 1992 Special - Part One
S03E17 Bon Jovi 'Keep The Faith'
S03E16A Extra Bonus Episode - Full Interview With Andy Copping about Rage Against The Machine
S03E16 Bonus Episode - Rage Against The Machine S/T
S03E15 Prince 'Love Symbol'
S03E14 REM 'Automatic For The People'
S03E12 INXS 'Welcome To Wherever You Are'
Special Download Festival Episode
S03E11 The Orb 'U.F.Orb'
Lockdown 90s Music Quiz 04
S03E10 Michael Ball and Faith No More
S03E09 Iron Maiden - Fear Of The Dark
Lockdown 90s Music Quiz 03
S03E08 Carter USM '1992 - The Love Album'
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