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The 20 Best Albums of 1992

The 25 Best Songs of 1992

The Lemonheads and Mrs Robinson close out a year of cover versions [December 13, 1992]

WWF and Simon Cowell tag team the charts [December 6, 1992]

The Complete History of 'I Will Always Love You' [November 29, 1992]

'Would I Lie To You?' is the fruit of a beautiful friendship [November 22, 1992]

The Prodigy go 'Out Of Space' in search of a better world [November 15, 1992]

Vanessa Paradis and Lenny Kravitz couldn't get the timing right [November 8, 1992]

Why we love breakup songs like 'End Of The Road' [November 1, 1992]

Madonna's 'Erotica' is all about power [October 25, 1992]

Sleeping Satellite, and a better name for one-hit wonders [October 19, 1992]

My Name Is Prince... for now, anyway [October 11, 1992]

Jump Around leads to rap's weirdest beef [October 4, 1992]

The Crying Game's complicated legacy [September 27, 1992]

Manic Street Preachers, mental health, and me [September 20, 1992]

Dr. Alban decides that it's his life [September 13,1992]

The deep grief of Too Much Love Will Kill You [September 6, 1992]

Jerry Sadowitz, the original Ebeneezer Goode [August 30, 1992]

The government says you must listen to Billy Ray Cyrus [August 23, 1992]

Roy Orbison and the miracle of records [August 16, 1992]

Janet Jackson and Luther Vandross, and the long road to success [August 9, 1992]

Freddie Mercury brings opera to the masses [August 2, 1992]

Sex education with Sophie B Hawkins [July 26, 1992]

You might get cancelled if you say Rhythm Is A Dancer [July 19, 1992]

Jimmy Nail's Multiverse of Madness [July 12, 1992]

Electronic, and the unlikely friendship of two icons [July 5, 1992]

Utah Saints 'Something Good': Kate Bush, Nazis, UFOs and sex cults [June 21, 1992]

What happened to George Michael's missing album? [June 14, 1992]

How Erasure saved ABBA from obscurity [June 7, 1992]

Take That: queer icons or queer-baiters? [May 31, 1992]

The avoidable tragedy of Kris Kross [May 24, 1992]

En Vogue's 'My Lovin' is manufactured genius [May 17, 1992]

Story-songs from Gilgamesh to Richard Marx's Hazard [May 10, 1992]

KWS find the right amount of fame with 'Please Don't Go' [May 3, 1992]

The party doesn't stop until you're dead in Flowered Up's 'Weekender' [April 26, 1992]

Marc Almond vs boring guitar guys on 'The Days of Pearly Spencer' [April 19, 1992]

How Windrush gave us SL2's 'On A Ragga Tip' [April 12, 1992]

Mr Bean's role in the collapse of democratic society [April 5, 1992]

Def Leppard Virtual Nightmare in 'Let's Get Rocked' [March 29, 1992]

The Kids are Alt-Right: Eric Clapton & Right Said Fred [March 22, 1992]

Mr. Big 'To Be With You' and the unfussy joy of hair metal [March 15, 1992]

U2's 'One' is a testament to teamwork [March 8, 1992]

Opus III 'It's A Fine Day' and the weird world of Edward Barton [March 1, 1992]

Searching for what matters with Pearl Jam's 'Alive' [February 23, 1992]

The sweet naivete of Shanice's 'I Love Your Smile' [Feb 16, 1992]

Ride, Jesus & Mary Chain, and the death of indie music [February 9, 1992]

Shakespears Sister bring B-movie melodrama with 'Stay' [February 2, 1992]

'Give Me Just A Little More Time': Who Owns Kylie Minogue? [January 26, 1992]

The Beautiful South's 'Old Red Eyes Is Back': Write about what you know [January 19, 1992]

Welcome to 1992

The Sugarcubes 'Hit' helps Bjork escape from the island[January 12, 1992]

Wet Wet Wet give a tentative start to the new year [January 5, 1992]