If 2007 is remembered for anything, let it be Alesha Dixon winning Strictly Come Dancing Prince taking up residency in London's O2 Arena and Led Zeppelin reforming after 19 years apart - also at the O2 (if they added affordable housing we'd live there). The music of both is so ubiquitous it's sometimes easy to take it for granted, but last year's shows reminded us all how seminal their work is. In the spirit of January sales Rhino TV is currently offering the chance to buy three Prince albums for only £15 and we can't imagine a CD collection without 'Purple Rain,' 'Sign O' The Times' or 'Parade'.
2007 also saw the release of Led Zeppelin's 'Mothership,' a selection of their best tracks chosen by the band themselves and remastered by guitarist Jimmy Page. Other major artists also had albums out in 2007 worth a second look. Mick Jagger finally released a comprehensive collection of his solo work. The most star-studded supergroup of all time, The Travelling Wilburys, topped the charts with The Collection. And Fleetwood Mac's eponymous classic was reissued in expanded and remastered form. The Bee Gees were celebrated with The Greatest, Emmylou Harris received the box set treatment, as did the Atlantic Blues catalogue and, well, tons more available to buy and download from Rhino TV.