On this day in history (November 13, 1981), New Order released their debut album Movement – the first album following the suicide of Joy Division’s front man Ian Curtis.
On this day in history (November 13, 1987), The Sisters Of Mercy released their second studio album Floodland featuring the singles This Corrosion, Dominion, 1959 and Lucretia My Reflection
On this day in history (November 10, 1983), Billy Idol released his second studio album Rebel Yell featuring the title track, Eyes Without A Face, Flesh For Fantasy and Catch My Fall.
On this day in history (November 4, 1987), Sinead O’Connor released her debut album The Lion And The Cobra featuring the singles Mandinka, I Want Your (Hands On Me) and Troy
On this day in history (November, 1978), The Police released their debut album Outlandos d’Amour featuring the singles Roxanne, Can’t Stand Losing You and So Lonely.
On this day in history (November 1, 1984), Cocteau Twins released their 3rd studio album Treasure on 4AD
On this day in history (October 28, 1977), Sex Pistols released their only studio album “Never Mind The Bullocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols”. This album featured the singles Anarchy In The UK, God Save The Queen, Pretty Vacant and Holidays In The Sun”.
On this day in history (October 24, 1995), The Smashing Pumpkins released their 3rd studio album Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness in the US (it was released the day before in the UK). This double album featured the singled Bullet With Butterfly Wings, 1979, Tonight Tonight, Zero and Thirty Three
On this day in history (October 23, 1986), Iggy Pop released his 7th studio album Blah Blah Blah featuring the singles Cry For Love, Real Wild Child, Shades, Fire Girl and Isolation
On this day in history (October 22, 1993), Canadian singer-songwriter, Sarah McLachlan, released her 2nd studio album Fumbling Towards Ecstasy featuring the singles Possession, Hold On and Good Enough.
On this day in history (October 21, 1985), Simple Minds released their 7th studio album Once Upon A Time featuring the singles Alive And Kicking, Sanctify Yourself and All The Things She Said.
On this day in history (October 20, 1989), Nine Inch Nails released their debut studio album Pretty Hate Machine. This album features the singles Down In It, Head Like A Hole and Sin.