Zane Lowe's Masterpieces

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20071105

The first in a series of shows in which Zane digs out an album that changed music, starting with Nirvana's Nevermind.

Artists, musicians and others talk about what makes it a masterpiece, then Zane plays the whole album in its entirety, gaps and all, without interruption, just as it was meant to be heard.

20071106

Zane digs out another album that changed music, this time featuring Arctic Monkey's Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not.

Artists, musicians and others talk about what makes it a masterpiece, then Zane plays the whole album in its entirety, gaps and all, without interruption, just as it was meant to be heard.

20071107

Zane digs out another album that changed music, this time featuring The Strokes' Is This It.

Artists, musicians and others talk about what makes it a masterpiece, then Zane plays the whole album in its entirety, gaps and all, without interruption, just as it was meant to be heard.

20071108

Zane digs out another album that changed music, this time featuring Led Zeppelin 4.

Artists, musicians and others talk about what makes it a masterpiece, then Zane plays the whole album in its entirety, gaps and all, without interruption, just as it was meant to be heard.

20080331

Zane Lowe's Masterpieces returns as he digs out another album that changed music, this time featuring Radiohead's OK Computer.

Artists, musicians and others talk about what makes it a masterpiece, then Zane plays the whole album without interruption, just as it was meant to be heard.

20080401

Zane Lowe's Masterpieces returns as he digs out another album that changed music, this time featuring It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back by Public Enemy.

Artists, musicians and others talk about what makes it a masterpiece, then Zane plays the whole album without interruption, just as it was meant to be heard.

20080402

Zane Lowe's Masterpieces returns as he digs out another album that changed music, this time featuring Up The Bracket by The Libertines.

Artists, musicians and others talk about what makes it a masterpiece, then Zane plays the whole album without interruption, just as it was meant to be heard.

20080403

Zane Lowe's Masterpieces returns as he digs out another album that changed music, this time featuring the Guns 'n' Roses classic, Appetite For Destruction.

Artists, musicians and others talk about what makes it a masterpiece, then Zane plays the whole album without interruption, just as it was meant to be heard.

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New series 1/4. Throughout the week Zane Lowe singles out four albums that have altered the music landscape, with input from artists and musicians. First is Nirvana's 1991 grunge chef d'oeuvre Nevermind, which, as with all the albums this week, he plays in its entirety, uninterrupted. Music choices: page 138

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Unknown: Zane Lowe

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2/4. Tonight's featured and dissected work is the Arctic

Monkeys'2006 debut Whatever

PeopleSaylAm, That's What I'm Not.

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3/4. Tonight's featured work is the Strokes' 2001 debut Is This It.

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4/4. Zane's fourth and final featured rock-pop masterwork is Led Zeppelin's 1971 untitled fourth album, referred to as Runes or, more commonly, as Led Zeppelin IV.

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2/4. Tonight's dissected work is

Public Enemy's 1988 hip-hop opus It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back, played in its entirety.

See Radio 2's Let Freedom Ring - Music, Race and the Soul of America tonight at 10.30pm

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3/4. Tonight's dissected work is the 2002 indie-punk album Up the Bracket bythe Libertines, featuring rock's current bad boy Pete Doherty.

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Unknown: Pete Doherty.

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2/4. Tonight's featured and dissected work is Guns N' Roses'1987 megahit rock debut Appetite for Destruction, played in its entirety.

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A week of album spotlights, starting with The Stone Roses' 1989 debut.

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Continuing with views on the 1992 debut by Rage against the Machine.

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Continuing with Pink Floyd's 1973 opus The Dark Side of the Moon, with input from musicians.

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Continuing with views on The

Prodigy's 1994 hardcore techno hit Music for the Jilted Generation.