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Everything Must Change

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Everything Must Change

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] Everything Must Change is the debut studio album by singer Randy Crawford released in 1976 on the Warner Bros. label.[2] Background It was recorded and mixed at Hollywood Sound Recorders except "I'm Easy" and "I've Never Been To Me", which, along with all horns and strings, were recorded at The Hit Factory, New York City, and engineered by Kevin Herron with assistant engineer Ted Spencer. In addition "Everything Must Change" and "Gonna Give Lovin' A Try" were recorded live at the World Jazz Association's first recorded concert at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles in November 1975. Track listing "Everything Must Change" (Benard Ighner) - 4:52 "I Let You Walk Away" (Neil Sedaka, Phil Cody) - 3:20 "I'm Easy" (Keith Carradine) - 3:41 "I Had to See You One More Time" (Norma Helms, Ken Hirsch) - 3:40 "I've Never Been to Me" (Ron Miller, Ken Hirsch) - 3:32 "Don't Let Me Down" (John Lennon, Paul McCartney) - 3:56 "Something So Right" (Pa

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Evolution (The Most Recent)

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Evolution (The Most Recent)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Christgau's Record Guide C+[2] Evolution (The Most Recent) is an album by American blues artist Taj Mahal. Track listing "Sing A Happy Song" "Queen Bee" "Lowdown Showdown" "The Most Recent (Evolution) Of Muthafusticus Modernusticus" "Why You Do Me This Way" "Salsa De Laventille" "The Big Blues" "Highnite" "Southbound With The Hammer Down" References Unterberger, Richie. Evolution (The Most Recent) at AllMusic. Retrieved April 5, 2012. Christgau, Robert (1981). "Consumer Guide '70s: M". Christgau's Record Guide: Rock Albums of the Seventies. Ticknor & Fields. ISBN 089919026X. Retrieved March 2, 2019 – via robertchristgau.com.

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Exercises (album)

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Exercises (album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Exercises is the second studio album by the Scottish hard rock band Nazareth, released in 1972. Although their music is most accurately described as "blues-tinged hard rock" (CD liner notes), this record is quite far from the band's more standard fare, featuring, quite surprisingly, a number of acoustic arrangements, several songs with orchestral strings, and traditional Scottish airs. Indeed, the album's "1692 (Glen Coe Massacre)" is about a real incident in Scottish history, namely, the massacre of Glencoe. The album is also significant for its Roy Thomas Baker production—only his third project, and well before his breakthrough works with Queen in the mid-seventies—and its oddly 'new wave' cover-art (designed by CCS Associates). An early version of the Razamanaz song, "Woke Up This Morning", also makes an appearance on Side 1. Track listing All lyrics are written by Pete Agnew, Manny Charlton, Dan McCafferty, Darrell Sweet. No. Title

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Expectations (Bebe Rexha album)

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Expectations (Bebe Rexha album)

Expectations is the debut studio album by American singer Bebe Rexha. It was released on June 22, 2018, by Warner Bros. Records. The album was announced following the success of her collaboration with country duo Florida Georgia Line, "Meant to Be". Expectations went out for pre-order on April 13, 2018, with the release of two promotional singles: "Ferrari" and "2 Souls on Fire".[3] The album includes the singles "I Got You" and "Meant to Be" from All Your Fault: Pt. 1 and All Your Fault: Pt. 2, respectively. It features appearances from rappers Quavo and Tory Lanez, and country music duo Florida Georgia Line. Background Following the release of All Your Fault: Pt. 2, Bebe began teasing new songs for a third installment in the All Your Fault series, with her manager going on record about its release.[4] However, it appeared plans had changed, as Rexha revealed her next project would be called Expectations through a tweet in November 2017.[5] Rexha revealed the cover art on April 8, 2018, with the album bein

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Exposed (Vince Neil album)

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Exposed (Vince Neil album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] Rolling Stone [2] Exposed is the debut solo album of former Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil following his exit from Mötley Crüe in 1992. The album was released in 1993 and it reached No. 13 on the US Billboard 200 chart.[3] The album was recorded at the Record Plant in 1992. Vince titled the album, "Exposed" because he thought of the album as his moment in the spotlight no longer being a member of Mötley Crüe. Vince's manager, Bruce Bird, died of a brain aneurysm during the recording. Vince later hired Burt Stein. Background Vince Neil, together with then manager Bruce Bird and Jack Blades, originally approached long time friend and ex-Ozzy bassist Phil Soussan to help him write the album and put a band together. Soussan left his then current band Beggars & Thieves and wrote several tracks with Neil of which 5 were included on the album. The original line-up was to have featured Adrian Vandenberg of Whitesnake and Manic Eden on gu

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Eye of a Hurricane (John Anderson album)

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Eye of a Hurricane (John Anderson album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Eye of a Hurricane is the sixth studio album from country music artist John Anderson. It was released in June 1984. It produced singles in its title track, "She Sure Got Away with My Heart", and "I Wish I Could Write You a Song". It was re-released in 2007.[2] Track listing "I Can't Take Another Heartache" (Scott Anders, Michael Murrah, Roger Murrah) - 2:53 "Red Georgia Clay" (Hal Bynum, "Wild" Bill Emerson, Jody Emerson) - 2:35 "Eye of a Hurricane" (Jerry Fuller) - 3:24 "I Wish I Could Write You a Song" (John Anderson, Lionel Delmore) - 3:09 "The Sun's Gonna Shine (On Our Back Door)" (Anderson, Kerry O'Neil, Mark Sherrill) - 3:08 "She Sure Got Away with My Heart" (Walt Aldridge, Tommy Brasfield) - 2:47 "Take That Woman Away" (Paul Kennerley) - 3:09 "Lonely Is Another State" (Anderson, Evran James) - 3:53 "One Shot Deal" (Bob DiPiero, John Scott Sherrill) - 2:43 "I Wish I Had Loved Her That Way" (Jim McBride, R. Murrah) - 3:33

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Eye of the Zombie

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Eye of the Zombie

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Rolling Stone (Mixed)[2] Kerrang! [3] Eye of the Zombie is the fourth solo studio album by American singer/songwriter John Fogerty. Released in September 1986, it was his first album with a backing band, and it includes the Creedence-inspired track "Change in the Weather" as well as "Wasn't That a Woman" and "Soda Pop", his first forays into 60s-70s Motown-sounding funk and R&B. The album was not received well by critics and had lukewarm chart success despite a Grammy nomination for Best Male Rock Vocal in 1987. After the Eye of the Zombie tour in 1986, Fogerty didn't play any material from this album in concerts until 2009, when he played "Change in the Weather" at a few shows. The song was also re-recorded in 2009 for The Blue Ridge Rangers Rides Again and performed live on several late-night TV shows to promote the album. After Eye of the Zombie, Fogerty would not release another album until Blue Moon Swamp in 1997. Track li

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Fair Warning (Van Halen album)

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Fair Warning (Van Halen album)

Fair Warning is the fourth studio album by American rock band Van Halen. Released on April 29, 1981, it sold more than two million copies,[3] but was still the band's slowest-selling album of the David Lee Roth era. Despite the album's commercially disappointing sales, Fair Warning was met with mostly positive reviews from critics.[4] The album was listed by Esquire as one of the 75 Albums Every Man Should Own.[5] Packaging The cover artwork features a detail from The Maze, a painting by Canadian artist William Kurelek which depicts his tortured youth.[6][7] The album's cover artwork is accompanied by an insert of a black-and-white picture of the band, as well as a view of a ghetto drywall with a wire running across it, cracked windows at the top and a Roth-era Van Halen logo with plaster cracked over the left wing. Also on the wall is a lyric from the album's opening song, "Mean Street". Critical reception Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [4] Christgau's Record Guide: Th

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Face Dances

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Face Dances

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] Robert Christgau B+[2] MusicHound 1.5/5[3] Rolling Stone [4] The Rolling Stone Album Guide [5] Face Dances is the ninth studio album by the English rock band The Who.[6] It was released in 1981 on Warner Bros. Records in the United States (it was the band's first release on that label) and on Polydor Records in the United Kingdom. It was one of two Who studio albums with drummer Kenney Jones, who joined the band after Keith Moon's death three years earlier. Despite mixed reviews from Rolling Stone and other critics,[4] the album peaked at #4[7] on the US Billboard album charts and #2 on the UK album charts. The album cover features paintings of the members by many British painters, who were commissioned by Peter Blake, designer of the cover of The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album. Artists include Tom Phillips, Richard Hamilton, Allen Jones, David Hockney, Clive Barker, R. B. Kitaj, Howard Hodgkin, Patrick Caul

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Faith (Faith Hill album)

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Faith (Faith Hill album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Entertainment Weekly B-[2] Robert Christgau [3] The Rolling Stone Album Guide [4] Faith is the third studio album by country artist Faith Hill, released in 1998. Due to the success of the single "This Kiss" in Australia and the UK, the album was released under the title Love Will Always Win, featuring the title track, a new version of "Piece of My Heart" and two new versions of "Let Me Let Go", which replace "You Give Me Love", "My Wild Frontier", "Just to Hear You Say That You Love Me" and the original version of "Let Me Let Go". In some countries, "It Matters to Me", the title track and hit single from Hill's second album, is also included as a bonus track. "Better Days" was previously recorded by Bekka & Billy on their debut album. "Love Will Always Win" was later issued as a single by Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood from Brooks' album The Lost Sessions. "I Love You" was originally recorded by Celine Dion for her album, Falli

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Fallin' for You for Years (album)

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Fallin' for You for Years (album)

Fallin' for You for Years is the 51st studio album by American country music singer Conway Twitty. The album was released in 1986, by Warner Bros. Records.[1] Track listing No. Title Length 1. "A Thing of the Past" 3:41 2. "Desperado Love" 2:22 3. "Steady as She Goes" 3:25 4. "Fallin' for You for Years" 4:39 5. "Riverboat Gamblers" 4:05 6. "Jennifer Johnson and Me" 3:07 7. "You're the Best I Never Had" 3:56 8. "You Can't Say I Haven't Tried" 2:42 9. "If I Didn't Love You" 3:03 10. "Only the Shadows Know" 2:31 Total length: 32:50 Charts Chart (1986) Peak position US Top Country Albums (Billboard)[2] 37 References "Fallin' for You for Years - Conway Twitty". AllMusic. Retrieved 2018-06-19. "Conway Twitty Chart History (Top Country Albums)". Billboard. Retrieved December 29, 2018.

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Favourite Worst Nightmare

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Favourite Worst Nightmare

Favourite Worst Nightmare is the second studio album by English rock band Arctic Monkeys, released on 23 April 2007[5] by Domino Recording Company. Recorded in east London's Miloco Studios with producers James Ford and Mike Crossey, the album was preceded by the release of "Brianstorm" on 16 April 2007.[6] Change of style In comparison to the band's debut album Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not, the album has been described as "very, very fast and very, very loud",[7] being seen as "more ambitious, heavier...and with a fiercely bright production".[8] Reflecting the band's travels around the world more than local stories of the first record, FWN is a "faster, meaner" album.[9] The album arguably has influences from The Smiths - "twanging, quasi-ambient backdrops...and Turner's voice [...] crooning like Morrissey or Richard Hawley."[8] Matt Helders said "James was DJing loads in the evening so we'd go out and [...] have a dance."[6] As a result, the drum rhythms of Helders and bassist Nick O'Malle

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The Fall (Gorillaz album)

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The Fall (Gorillaz album)

The Fall is the fourth studio album by British virtual band Gorillaz. It was recorded during the North American leg of the Escape to Plastic Beach World Tour. The album was first announced on 20 December 2010 and officially released on 19 April 2011. The album features fewer guest artists than previous Gorillaz albums; collaborators include Bobby Womack and Paul Simonon of The Clash. Critics enjoyed the experimental qualities of the album but believed that it lacked the feel of previous Gorillaz albums. It charted in various countries and peaked at number 24 on the Billboard 200. Recording The entire album was recorded on group co-founder Damon Albarn's iPad over the course of 32 days during the North American leg of the Escape to Plastic Beach World Tour in October 2010 and mixed in England by Stephen Sedgwick. Other instruments used included a Korg vocoder, a ukulele, a microKORG, an Omnichord, a Minimoog Voyager, a Melodica, a guitar, a piano and a Korg Monotron.[2] Albarn said of the recording: "I liter

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Family Album (Stoneground album)

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Family Album (Stoneground album)

Family Album is the second album by American rock band Stoneground, a double album released in late 1971 on Warner Bros. It consists of both live and studio recordings and includes a mix of original songs and covers. Composition and recording Family Album is a double LP that contains three sides of live recordings taken from a KSAN-FM (San Francisco) radio broadcast, and one side of studio material.[1][2] Musically, Stoneground combined rock and roll, blues, country and gospel.[3] It features Stoneground originals, cover versions of songs by such artists as Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Hank Williams and Swamp Dogg, as well as compositions by Sal Valentino's former Beau Brummels bandmate Ron Elliott, who is credited as co-producer on the album.[2][4] Critical reception In a review for the album, Billboard praised Lynne Hughes' vocals on "Passion Flower", Valentino's vocals on "You Must Be One of Us", and described the album's music as "infectiously exciting and ... colored by a wonderfully lighthearted feeling.

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The Fat of the Land

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The Fat of the Land

The Fat of the Land is the third studio album by English electronic music group The Prodigy. It was first released on 30 June 1997 by XL Recordings in the United Kingdom and on 1 July 1997 by Maverick Records in the United States. The album received critical acclaim and topped the UK Albums Chart and the US Billboard 200. It has sold over 10 million copies worldwide as of 2019.[3][4] Background, artwork and album title While Liam Howlett is generally responsible for the compositions and Maxim Reality is featured on two tracks, this is the first record to include contributions by Keith Flint, who provides vocals on four of the songs and co-wrote three songs, including the two biggest hits, both of which reached No. 1 on the UK singles chart. He is also the vocalist on a cover of the L7 song "Fuel My Fire" (from the 1994 album Hungry for Stink). The Fat of the Land album cover featured a new logo, dropping "The" and adding an ant silhouette. The album title comes from the old English phrase 'living off the f

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Fat Albert Rotunda

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Fat Albert Rotunda

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide [2] Fat Albert Rotunda is the eighth album by jazz keyboardist Herbie Hancock, released in 1969. It was Hancock's first release for Warner Bros. Records after his departure from Blue Note Records. The music was originally done for the TV special Hey, Hey, Hey, It's Fat Albert, which later inspired Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids TV show. Fat Albert Rotunda, along with Mwandishi and Crossings was reissued in one set as Mwandishi: The Complete Warner Bros. Recordings in 1994 [3] and as The Warner Bros. Years (1969-1972) in 2014 [4]. About the album On this album Hancock changes his style radically and takes instrumental soul music rather than jazz as the basis of his compositions. Many songs also hint at his forthcoming jazz-funk style that he fully approached a few years later. Quincy Jones recorded "Tell Me a Bedtime Story" for his 1978 album, Sounds...and Stuff Like That!!, while Hancock revisited "Jess

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Feats Don't Fail Me Now

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Feats Don't Fail Me Now

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Christgau's Record Guide B[2] Encyclopedia of Popular Music [3] Feats Don't Fail Me Now is the fourth studio album by the American rock band Little Feat, released in 1974. The cover was designed by Neon Park.[4] According to Richie Hayward, "Wait Till the Shit Hits the Fan" dates back to their debut but the band had trouble recording it on the last two albums due to its irregular 7 meter. It was scrapped until the sessions for this album when it was recorded live in the studio as "The Fan" while the original version appeared on Hotcakes & Outtakes: 30 Years Of Little Feat.[5] In 2000 it was voted number 718 in Colin Larkin's All Time Top 1000 Albums.[6] Track listing Side One "Rock & Roll Doctor" (Lowell George, Martin Kibbee) – 2:57 (lead singer: Lowell George) "Oh Atlanta" (Bill Payne) – 3:26 (lead singer: Bill Payne) "Skin it Back" (Paul Barrère) – 4:11 (lead singer: Paul Barrere) "Down the Road" (George) – 3:46 (l

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Fiesta (Carlito album)

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Fiesta (Carlito album)

Fiesta is the fourth studio album by Swedish Eurodance artist Jonny Jakobsen and his first album under the pseudonym Carlito. It was released on 12 July 2006. The album has a satirical ethnic theme, blending elements of Mexican mariachi with a Eurodance sound. The reworked musical style, including the addition of female backing vocalists and inclusion of more acoustic elements, has been largely successful with the fans of Jakobsen's other work. Track listing The following tracks were featured on the original CD release: Carlito (¿Who's That Boy?) – 3:16 Taco Boy – 3:05 Poco Loco – 3:22 Casa De Carlito – 3:36 El Camino – 3:51 Adios Amigo – 3:24 Alarma Caramba! – 3:07 I Like It – 3:06 Vacaciones – 3:25 My Salsa – 3:04 Manana – 2:53 Fiesta Night – 3:04 The Ultimate Collection On 15 November 2006, a special CD-DVD combo edition of the album, entitled The Ultimate Collection was released in Japan exclusively.[1] The DVD content included music videos for the tracks Poco Loco and Go Go Carlito, tw

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Feelin' Groovy

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Feelin' Groovy

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Feelin' Groovy is the debut album by the American sunshine pop band Harpers Bizarre, released in 1967. Background Two Ted Templeman/Dick Scoppettone originals from 1966 were added as bonus cuts to the 2001 Sundazed CD reissue of this title: "Bye, Bye, Bye" and "Lost My Love Today." The latter tune was the "B" side to the single of "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)," Harpers Bizarre's most enduring hit. This recording was also available as an import. It can be found under Warner Brothers label manufactured by His Master's voice (N.Z.) LTD. Track listing "Come to the Sunshine" (Van Dyke Parks) "Happy Talk" (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II) "Come Love" (Alan Bergman, Marilyn Keith, Larry Markes) "Raspberry Rug" (Leon Russell, Donna Washburn) "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)" (Paul Simon) "The Debutante's Ball" (Randy Newman) "Happy Land" (Randy Newman) "Peter and the Wolf" (Ron Elliott, Sergei Prokof

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Figgas 4 Life

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Figgas 4 Life

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic link Figgas 4 Life is the only album by rap group, Major Figgas. It was released on August 22, 2000 through RuffNation Records and was produced by Darnell Marshall, Dean Murder and Hotrunner. The album did fairly well on the Billboard charts, peaking at #115 on the Billboard 200, #29 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and #3 on the Top Heatseekers. One single made it to the charts, "Yeah That's Us" made it to #30 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks and #2 on the Hot Rap Singles. Track listing "Intro"- 1:08 "Ya'all Can't Fuck With da Figgas"- 6:19 "Is It My Style"- 4:41 "The Crack"- 4:01 "It's Our Life"- 4:37 "What U Hatin' For?"- 3:51 "Smooth Thug"- 4:09 "Don't Let a Nigga Stress U Girl"- 3:26 "Yeah That's Us"- 4:21 "I Love Being a Gangsta"- 5:37 "Things in the Clubs"- 4:36 "You Didn't Feel Me Then"- 5:13 "What U Know 'Bout Ballin'?"- 3:29 "It Ain't Shit 2 Us"- 4:59 "Reese Fuckin' Rolx"- 3:34 "Yeah That's Us" [R

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Feelings (David Byrne album)

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Feelings (David Byrne album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] The New York Times (favorable) [2] Rolling Stone (favorable) [3] Feelings is an album by David Byrne, released on June 17, 1997 and noted for the collaboration with the British band Morcheeba.[4][5] Cover art by Stefan Sagmeister. Initial 50,000 copies of Feelings have featured die cut packaging. [6] Track listing All songs written by David Byrne except where noted. "Fuzzy Freaky" (Byrne, Daniele Fossati, Cristiano De André) – 4:59 "Miss America" (Byrne, Joe Galdo) – 4:20 "A Soft Seduction" – 3:01 "Dance on Vaseline" – 5:08 "Gates of Paradise" – 3:31 "Amnesia" – 3:26 "You Don't Know Me" – 2:30 "Daddy Go Down" – 4:07 "Finite=Alright" – 2:24 "Wicked Little Doll" – 2:55 "Burnt by the Sun" – 4:21 "The Civil Wars" – 3:40 (Untitled) – 0:22 "They Are in Love" – 4:09 Personnel Carlos Baptiste – violin Black Cat Orchestra – Lori Goldston, Russ Meltzer, Don Crevie, Scott Granlund, Kyle Hanson, Matthew Sperry, Joseph Z

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Feels Like Home (Sheryl Crow album)

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Feels Like Home (Sheryl Crow album)

Feels Like Home is the ninth studio album by American singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow, released in the US and Japan on September 10, 2013, in Europe on September 13, and in the UK on January 27, 2014. The album is Crow's debut country music record and also is her first release through Warner Bros. Records. The album was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee and was produced by Crow and Justin Niebank.[1] The album was ranked by Billboard as one of the ten best country albums of 2013.[2] Background In an interview for Billboard magazine in 2008, Crow revealed she was becoming part of the Nashville community (after moving there from Los Angeles in 2006 following a breast cancer diagnosis) and explained that she, among other artists that were “just singer/songwriters” were gradually gravitating to the country music format due to the fact that there was “no room” between dance-oriented pop, rap and country music. Although she didn’t consider herself an artist from the latter genre, she also added: “I feel like my musi

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Feel Your Feelings Fool!

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Feel Your Feelings Fool!

Feel Your Feelings Fool! is the debut studio album by American punk rock band The Regrettes.[3] It was released on January 13, 2017, through Warner Bros. Records, and received positive reviews from music critics, garnering comparisons to 1960's girl-groups and more recent punk-rock bands. The album includes three singles. Background The Regrettes were formed by Lydia Night in late 2015. She had previously been a member of a rock duo, but when the group dissolved suddenly, she began a new band.[4] According to AllMusic, she formed the group "with guitarist Genessa Gariano, bassist Sage Nicole, and drummer Maxx Morando",[2] all of whom she had previously met at The School of Rock.[5] The group signed with Warner Bros. in 2016, touring with acts including Sleigh Bells and Kate Nash and recorded their album shortly thereafter. Many of the songs were recorded within days or weeks of their writing.[3] Three of the album's songs were released as singles—"A Living Human Girl", "Hey Now", and "Hot"—all in 2016 ahead

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Ferrari Boyz

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Professional ratings Aggregate scores Source Rating Metacritic 57/100[1] Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [2] HipHopDX [3] The New York Times (favorable)[4] NOW [5] Pitchfork Media (6.3/10)[6] Prefix (7/10)[7] RapReviews (5/10)[8] Rolling Stone [9] XXL [10] Ferrari Boyz is a collaborative studio album by American rappers Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka Flame. Originally scheduled for a June 21, 2011, release, it was delayed and later released on August 9.[11] It features Rocko, 2 Chainz, 1017 Brick Squad labelmates Wooh da Kid, and Frenchie, and also Brick Squad Monopoly members Slim Dunkin (now deceased), Ice Burgundy, and YG Hootie. The album was mostly produced by label producer Southside, with additional production by 808 Mafia, Drumma Boy, Fatboi, Shawty Redd, and Schife. According to Waka Flocka, the album was completed in "1–2 weeks."[12] Singles The first single from the album is the Drumma Boy-produced "Ferrari Boyz." "She Be Puttin' On," featuring former labelmate Sl

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The Fiddle Concerto

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Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] The Strad (measured favorable) [2] The Fiddle Concerto is an album by Mark O'Connor. It contains two pieces written by O'Connor, the first of which is a violin concerto in American fiddle style, commissioned by the Santa Fe Symphony and premiered in 1993. The second piece is a string quartet for violin, viola, cello, and double bass commissioned by the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival in 1990. Track listing All music was written by Mark O'Connor. "The Fiddle Concerto: I" – 13:07 "The Fiddle Concerto: Cadenza" – 4:53 "The Fiddle Concerto: II" – 12:58 "The Fiddle Concerto: III" – 5:45 "The Fiddle Concerto: Cadenza" – 8:26 "Quartet for Violin, Viola, Cello, and Doublebass: I" – 6:40 "Quartet for Violin, Viola, Cello, and Doublebass: II" – 8:21 "Quartet for Violin, Viola, Cello, and Doublebass: III" – 7:51 "Quartet for Violin, Viola, Cello, and Doublebass: IV" – 7:17 Personnel Mark O'Connor - Violin Daniel Phillips - Viol

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Feel the Music (Ray Stevens album)

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Feel the Music (Ray Stevens album)

Feel the Music was Ray Stevens' fourteenth studio album and his second for Warner Bros. Records, released in 1977. Like Stevens' previous album, this album is devoted completely to the styles of country music. "Get Crazy With Me" and "Dixie Hummingbird" are two singles that were lifted from the album. Track listing Side One No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. "Feel the Music" Ray Stevens 3:50 2. "Daydream Romance" Ray Stevens 3:33 3. "Blues Love Affair" Ray Stevens 2:47 4. "Alone With You" Ray Stevens 3:19 5. "Junkie for You" Ray Stevens 3:39 Side Two No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. "Get Crazy With Me" Ray Stevens 3:59 2. "Save Me from Myself" Ray Stevens 4:15 3. "Road Widow" Ray Stevens 2:54 4. "Set the Children Free" C.W. Kalb, Jr. 3:14 5. "Dixie Hummingbird" Ray Stevens 2:42 Personnel Arranged and Produced by: Ray Stevens Recorded at: Ray Stevens Sound Laboratory, Nashville Engineer: Tom Knox Photographed and Designed by: Ed Thrasher Illustrations by: Peter Palombi Bass: Jack

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Field Day (Marshall Crenshaw album)

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Field Day (Marshall Crenshaw album)

Field Day is the second album by American rock musician Marshall Crenshaw. Recorded quickly after the moderate success of his self-titled debut album, Field Day featured a change in style and production after Crenshaw switched producers from Richard Gottehrer to Steve Lillywhite. The recording of the album was remembered positively by Crenshaw as was the album's sound. Despite the success of its predecessor, Field Day was a commercial disappointment, reaching number 52 in the United States while its lead single, "Whenever You're on My Mind" reached number 103 on the singles chart. Critics were mixed, with most criticism geared toward the album's production. Despite this, Crenshaw remains supportive of the album and "Whenever You're on My Mind" has become one of Crenshaw's most famous songs. Background Field Day was recorded shortly after Crenshaw's self-titled debut album. Crenshaw recalled being rushed to release a follow-up to his moderately successful debut despite a lack of material; he explained, "I f

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Firefly (Uriah Heep album)

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Firefly (Uriah Heep album)

Firefly is the 10th studio album by British rock band Uriah Heep, released in February 1977 by Bronze Records in the UK and Warner Bros. Records in the US. It was their first album without lead vocalist and founding member David Byron, and the first of three albums with new singer John Lawton, formerly of Les Humphries Singers. Bassist Trevor Bolder made his Uriah Heep debut on this album. Barring a break of about 18 months in the early 1980s, he remained with the group until his death in 2013. The first single from the album was "Wise Man". The original vinyl album was a gatefold sleeve, with a cardboard lyric liner. The album was remastered and reissued by Castle Communications in 1997 with four bonus tracks, and again in 2004 in an expanded deluxe edition. Reception Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal 3/10[2] A retrospective review by AllMusic said that the album "pursued a stripped-down sound harking back to the group's early-'70s

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Fireball (album)

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Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] Music Story [2] Fireball is the fifth album by English rock band Deep Purple, released in 1971 and the second with the Mk II line-up. It was recorded at various times between September 1970 and June 1971. It became the first of the band's two UK No. 1 albums, though it did not stay on the charts as long as its predecessor, Deep Purple In Rock. Singles The original UK version had "Demon's Eye" as its third track, but did not include "Strange Kind of Woman", which was instead released as a single there. It was vice versa on the US, Canada and Japanese releases. The boogie-inspired "Strange Kind of Woman" single reached No. 8 in the UK. "Fireball", the album's title track, was also released as a single and reached No. 15 in the UK. "Strange Kind of Woman" has been a staple of the live set up to the present day, and "Fireball" also made a few live appearances, mainly as an encore. "Strange Kind of Woman" and "The Mule" appear on the 1972 li

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Filth Pig

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Filth Pig

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [3] NME 7/10[4] Christgau's Consumer Guide C[5] Rolling Stone [6] The Rolling Stone Album Guide [7] Spin 6/10[8] Encyclopedia of Popular Music [9] Cash Box favourable[10] Filth Pig is the sixth studio album by American industrial metal band Ministry, released on January 30, 1996 by Warner Bros. Records. The title was allegedly derived from a statement made in the British Houses of Parliament, in which the band's leader Al Jourgensen was described as a "filthy pig" by MP Teddy Taylor for his onstage theatrics.[11] Despite being the band's highest-charting album in the US, it was negatively received by reviewers,[12][13] sharply divided the band's fanbase, and was a commercial failure. Despite poor sales, the album entered several charts, peaking at the highest positions Ministry has ever achieved. This would be the last Ministry album with Mike Scaccia on guitar until 2004's Houses of the Molé. Background Filth Pig marked a m

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Fired Up (Dan Seals album)

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Fired Up (Dan Seals album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Fired Up is a studio album released by country music artist Dan Seals. It was released in 1994 under the Warner Bros. label. It produced two unsuccessful singles. The song, "Gentleman of Leisure" was written by Folk Rock musician, Jesse Winchester who would later record it for his 1999 album of the same name. Track listing "All Fired Up" (Dennis Morgan, Steve Davis, Bobby Lee Springfield) - 2:35 "Love Thing" (Michael Jordan, Jim Weatherly) - 3:51 "A Rose from Another Garden" (Joe Doyle, Glen Davies) - 3:10 "Hillbilly Fever" (Doyle, Todd Wilkes) - 3:01 "When" (Robert Ellis Orrall, Giles Goddard) - 3:26 "Call Me Up" (Josh Leo, Harry Stinson) - 3:13 "Jayney" (Johnny Nestor) - 3:23 "A Good Place to Be" (Rory Michael Bourke, Charlie Black) - 3:33 "Gentleman of Leisure" (Jesse Winchester) - 4:13 "Still Reelin' (From Those Rock & Roll Days)" (Dan Seals, Allen Shamblin) - 5:23 Singles Year Single USCountry 1994 "All Fire

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Fireflies (Faith Hill album)

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Fireflies (Faith Hill album)

Fireflies is the sixth studio album by American country music singer Faith Hill. The album was released on August 2, 2005 via Warner Bros. Records Nashville. In its first week, the album sold 329,000 copies, making it the top album on both the Billboard 200 and Top Country Albums chart. Fireflies is her third #1 album, and it has been certified 2× Platinum by the RIAA for US shipments of two million copies. Hill produced the album with Byron Gallimore (who also produced for her husband, Tim McGraw) and Dann Huff. Content Singles from the album include, in order of release: "Mississippi Girl", "Like We Never Loved at All", "The Lucky One", "Sunshine and Summertime" and "Stealing Kisses". Of these, "Mississippi Girl" was a Number One on the US Billboard country charts. The other singles peaked at numbers 5, 5, 7 and 36 on that chart, respectively. Of the singles, "Mississippi Girl", "Like We Never Loved at All" and "Sunshine and Summertime" were co-written by John Rich of Big & Rich, while The Warren Bro

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First Kiss (Kid Rock album)

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First Kiss (Kid Rock album)

First Kiss is the tenth studio album by American singer and songwriter Kid Rock. The album was released on February 24, 2015, through Warner Bros. Records and Top Dog Records, and is his first and only with Warner Bros. after leaving sister label Atlantic Records in 2014.[5][6][7] Critical reception Professional ratings Aggregate scores Source Rating AnyDecentMusic? 5.1[8] Metacritic 61/100[9] Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] Billboard 3.5[2] Entertainment Weekly B[4] The Guardian [10] New York Daily News [11] Rolling Stone [3] First Kiss received mixed reviews from music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from critics, the album received an average score of 61, which indicates "generally favorable reviews", based on 9 reviews.[9] Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic said, "It's a bit bumpy and sometimes sleepy but it finds old Bob Ritchie settling into his comfort zone, knowing that he's in it for the long haul."[1] Anthony DeC

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First of the Big Bands

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First of the Big Bands

First of the Big Bands is a studio album by Tony Ashton of Ashton, Gardner and Dyke and Jon Lord of Deep Purple, released in April 1974 by Purple Records in the UK and Europe and Warner Bros. Records in the US. The project was Ashton's and Lord's brainchild and continuation of their working relationship after Ashton Gardner & Dyke helped out on Jon Lord's soundtrack album The Last Rebel from 1971. Stylistically, First of the Big Bands was the precursor to Paice Ashton Lord's Malice in Wonderland album from 1977. Most of the album was recorded at Air and Apple Studios, London, with additional work being completed at De Lane Lea and Island. First of the Big Bands resulted in just two live performances, one of which was for the BBC. This was issued in 1993 as First of the Big Bands - BBC Live in Concert 1974. In November 2010 a remastered edition of the album was released by Purple Records. It contains two bonus tracks – the single B-side "Sloeback" and an alternative version of "Down Side Upside Down".

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First Step (Faces album)

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First Step (Faces album)

First Step is the debut album by the British group Faces, released in early 1970. The album was released only a few months after the Faces had formed from the ashes of the Small Faces (from which Ronnie Lane, Kenney Jones and Ian McLagan hailed) and The Jeff Beck Group (from which Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood hailed.) The album is credited to the Small Faces on all North American issues and reissues,[1] while record labels for initial vinyl printings give the title as The First Step.[2] The album cover shows Ronnie Wood holding a copy of Geoffrey Sisley's seminal guitar tutorial First Step: How to Play the Guitar Plectrum Style. While the album was recorded after the group's official formation and signing to Warner Brothers Records in the Autumn of 1969, the band members had been rehearsing, performing and recording together in various combinations since May of that year. At 47:13, 'First Step' is the band's lengthiest original release and many modern critics regard it as promising, but sprawling and unfocu

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First Place Again

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First Place Again

First Place Again is the second album led by American jazz saxophonist Paul Desmond featuring performances recorded in 1959 which were released on the Warner Bros. label.[1][2][3] Reception Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [4] Allmusic awarded the album 3½ stars stating "Desmond, of course, being at that time the king of melodic improvisation on the alto – with the possible exception of Art Pepper's ascendancy – is in fine form. His whimsical, breathy, dry tone is sharp, on the spot, and full of ideas as he quotes from a vast number of tunes. This is a thoroughly enjoyable and relaxed set if ultimately unmemorable".[4] Track listing "I Get a Kick Out of You" (Cole Porter) – 8:38 "For All We Know" (J. Fred Coots, Sam M. Lewis) – 5:33 "Two Degrees East, Three Degrees West" (John Lewis) – 7:28 "Greensleeves" (Traditional) – 2:05 "You Go to My Head" (Coots, Haven Gillespie) – 6:27 "East of the Sun (and West of the Moon)" (Brooks Bowman) – 5:45 "Time After Time" (Jule St

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First Time for Everything

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First Time for Everything

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Entertainment Weekly C- link First Time for Everything is the first studio album by country music band Little Texas. Released in 1992 on Warner Bros. Records, the album was certified gold by the RIAA for sales of 500,000 copies. Five singles were released from it: "Some Guys Have All the Love", the title track, "You and Forever and Me", "What Were You Thinkin'", and "I'd Rather Miss You". Respectively, these reached #8, #13, #5, #17 and #16 on the Hot Country Songs charts. Track listing "Some Guys Have All the Love" (Porter Howell, Dwayne O'Brien) – 2:53 "First Time for Everything" (Howell, O'Brien) – 3:58 "Down in the Valley" (Brady Seals) – 1:58 "You and Forever and Me" (Howell, Stewart Harris) - 3:44 "What Were You Thinkin'" (Howell, O'Brien, Seals, Christy DiNapoli) - 3:22 "Dance" (Howell, O'Brien) - 2:57 "Better Way" (Seals, Tommy Barnes) - 3:36 "I'd Rather Miss You" (Howell, O'Brien) - 3:57 "Just One More Night" (Howell, O'Brien) - 3:30

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Five-O (album)

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Five-O (album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Five-O is the thirty-eighth studio album by American country music artist Hank Williams Jr. It was released by Warner Bros. Records in May 1985. "I'm for Love," "This Ain't Dallas" and "Ain't Misbehavin'" were released as singles, reaching No. 1, No. 4 and No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. The album reached No. 1 on the Top Country Albums chart, becoming his second No. 1 album,[2] and has been certified Gold by the RIAA.[3] Along with its commercial success, Five-O garnered a great deal of recognition within the music industry. The Academy of Country Music nominated Five-O for Album of the Year and Williams for Top Male Vocalist.[4] The Country Music Association also nominated Williams for Male Vocalist of the Year.[5] At the 1987 Grammy Awards, Williams was nominated for Best Country Vocal Performance, Male for his version of "Ain't Misbehavin'". Track listing "I'm for Love" (Hank Williams Jr.) - 2:57 "I Really Like Gir

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BulletBoys (album)

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BulletBoys (album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] Kerrang! [2] BulletBoys is the self-titled first album from the American glam metal band BulletBoys, released in 1988. The cover art is a copy of ".30 Bullet Piercing an Apple" by Harold Eugene Edgerton. The album features the hit "Smooth Up in Ya" as well as a cover of The O'Jay's song "For the Love of Money". The album reached No. 34 in the Billboard 200 chart[3] and was certified gold in 1989 selling over 500,000 copies.[4] UK-based Rock Candy Records reissued this album on CD in 2014. Track listing "Hard as a Rock" – 3:03 "Smooth Up in Ya" – 4:23 "Owed to Joe" – 2:45 "Shoot the Preacher Down" – 3:37 "For the Love of Money" (The O'Jays cover) – 3:44 "Kissin' Kitty" – 3:06 "Hell on My Heels" – 3:22 "Crank Me Up" – 3:37 "Badlands" – 3:07 "F#9" – 3:19 Singles "Smooth Up in Ya" (US Hot 100 #71, US Mainstream Rock #23[5]) "For the Love of Money" (US Hot 100 #78, US Mainstream Rock #38[5]) Personnel Band members Marq

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Another Time (Earth, Wind & Fire album)

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Another Time (Earth, Wind & Fire album)

Another Time is a compilation album by Earth, Wind & Fire released on September 7, 1974 on Warner Bros. Records. It reached No. 29 on the Billboard Top Soul Albums chart.[1][2] Overview Another Time was issued as a double album with songs compiled from EWF's debut album Earth, Wind & Fire and their second LP The Need of Love. With the album came a bonus track called "Handwriting on the Wall".[1] Critical reception Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [3] Billboard (favourable)[4] Allmusic described the songs on Another Time as "certainly worth hearing again".[3] Billboard also called the album "enjoyable".[4] Track listing Side one No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. "Fan The Fire" Wade Flemons, Maurice White, Don Whitehead 4:59 2. "Moment of Truth" Wade Flemons, Maurice White, Don Whitehead 3:08 3. "Love Is Life" Wade Flemons, Maurice White, Don Whitehead 5:02 4. "Help Somebody" Wade Flemons, Maurice White, Don Whitehead 3:37 Side two No. Title Writer(

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Birthday (Association album)

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Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [2] Birthday is The Association's fourth album. Despite the ostensibly psychedelic cover, the album was even lighter on psychedelic influences than their first three, with "The Time it is Today" being the sole representative of conventional psychedelic rock. Most of the album, including the two hit singles, "Everything That Touches You" (which hit number 10 in the charts[3]) and "Time For Livin'" (which reached number 39[3]) is in the easy-listening symphonic pop vein. This was the last LP by the group that spawned Top 40 hits. It peaked at number 23 in the Billboard charts. MacArthur Park The song "MacArthur Park", which was first recorded by Richard Harris, was originally offered to the Association for inclusion on this album. Producer Bones Howes challenged Jimmy Webb to write a pop song that incorporated classical instrumentation and an odd time signature, which he planned to have the Association record. According to rumors, the song was

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Ck (album)

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Ck (album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] ck is the seventh studio album by American R&B/funk singer Chaka Khan, released on the Warner Bros. Records label in 1988. ck was Khan's first album not to be recorded with Arif Mardin, instead it had with the exception of two tracks Russ Titelman at the helm as producer, with whom she had collaborated on hits like "Ain't Nobody" (1983), "Eye to Eye" from 1984's platinum-selling I Feel for You as well as "Tight Fit" from her previous album Destiny. Musically ck combined a variety of genres such as soul, R&B, funk, pop as well as two jazz titles and altogether the set was more laid-back, less hip-hop influenced and production-wise not as complex and synth-driven as I Feel for You and Destiny. Three singles were released from ck: Womack & Womack's Latino-flavoured "It's My Party" which reached #5 on Billboard's R&B Singles chart, "Soul Talkin'" and "Baby Me" which reached Top 20 on the R&B chart, peaking at #12. Th

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Black Cat (Never Shout Never album)

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Black Cat (Never Shout Never album)

Black Cat is the seventh studio album by American rock band Never Shout Never, featuring 10 tracks.[1][2] It was released on August 7, 2015 through Warner Bros. Records[3] Track listing Track listing according to iTunes.[4] No. Title Length 1. "Hey! We OK" 3:03 2. "Fone Tag" 3:31 3. "Red Balloon" 3:30 4. "Happy New Year" 3:28 5. "Awkward Conversations (Best Day)" 3:28 6. "Black Cat" 4:09 7. "Peace Song" 3:59 8. "WooHoo" 3:08 9. "Boom!" 2:39 10. "All Is Love" 3:50 Charts Chart (2015) Peak position US Billboard 200[5] 52 Release history Country Date Label Format Worldwide August 7, 2015[6] Warner Bros. Records CD, digital download[4] References Kuchik, Natalie (June 9, 2015). "Never Shout Never reveals 'Black Cat' album details". axs.com. AXS. Retrieved July 27, 2015. "Never Shout Never announce 8/7 release of Black Cat". neufutur.com. Neufutur Magazine. June 9, 2015. Retrieved July 27, 2015. "Check Out Never Shout Never's Latest Track, "Boom"". fu

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Celebration (Norman Brown album)

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Celebration (Norman Brown album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] Jazz Times (favourable)[2] Celebration is the fourth studio album of jazz guitarist Norman Brown released in 1999 on Warner Bros. Records. The album reached No. 2 on the Billboard Contemporary Jazz Albums chart and No. 4 on the Billboard Top Jazz Albums chart.[3][4][5] Covers Brown covered The Stylistics' "You Make Me Feel Brand New" on the album.[6] Singles Rain reached No. 15 on the Billboard Adult R&B Songs chart.[7] Track listing Adapted from album's text.[3] No. Title Length 1. "Out'a Nowhere" 4:52 2. "Together At Last" 5:05 3. "Paradise" 4:26 4. "You Make Me Feel Brand New" 5:45 5. "Celebration" 4:23 6. "Getting By" 4:54 7. "Rain" 4:14 8. "Never Again" 4:39 9. "Breaking Out" 5:21 10. "It's Time For Love" 4:37 11. "Stay Strong" 4:42 Credits Adapted from album's text.[3] Arranged by David Woods (tracks: 7, 8, 12), Norman Brown (tracks: 5, 6, 9 to 11), Oji Pierce (tracks: 4), Paul Brown (tracks:

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Donkey (album)

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Donkey (album)

Professional ratings Aggregate scores Source Rating Metacritic 63/100[1] Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [2] The Guardian [3] NME 7/10[4] Now [5] Pitchfork 5.6/10[6] Q [7] Rolling Stone [8] The Times [9] Toronto Star [10] Uncut [11] Donkey is the second album of Brazilian electro/rock band CSS, released on July 21, 2008. Seventeen songs were recorded at Trama Studios São Paulo, of which eleven appear on the album. Donkey follows their critically acclaimed debut album Cansei de Ser Sexy. Three months before the release, bassist Iracema Trevisan left the band, being replaced by then-drummer Adriano Cintra. The new drummer is Englishman Jon Harper, formerly of The Cooper Temple Clause. The album was released in Canada and the United States by label Sub Pop, in Europe by Warner Bros. Records, and Japan by KSR. In initial reviews of the album, critics noted a more polished approach to CSS' sound and production techniques.[12] The album was mixed by Mark "Spike" Stent.[13] S

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The Bride (album)

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The Bride (album)

The Bride is the fourth studio album by English singer-songwriter Natasha Khan, professionally known as Bat for Lashes. It was released on 1 July 2016 by Parlophone. The album was produced by Khan, with co-production from Ben Christophers, Simone Felice, David Baron, Dan Carey, Jacknife Lee and Matt "Aqualung" Hales. The Bride was preceded by the digital promotional release "I Do", then followed by the singles "In God's House", "Sunday Love", "Joe's Dream", and the double A-side release of "If I Knew" and "In Your Bed".[2] Background While promoting her side project Sexwitch, which she formed with Dan Carey and the indie rock band Toy, Khan stated that she was working on a new album.[3] She stated that it was linked to a short film she had made about a woman going through a tragedy on her wedding day and that the album would be hopefully released in spring of 2016. In February 2016, Khan started posting preview photos from her collaboration with photographer Neil Krug. On 19 February 2016, she released a pr

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Circles (Mac Miller album)

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Circles (Mac Miller album)

Circles is the sixth studio album by American rapper Mac Miller. It was being worked on by Miller before his death in 2018, and was released posthumously on January 17, 2020, by Warner Records. Production was completed by Jon Brion. Background At the time of his death on September 7, 2018, Miller was "well into" the recording process of Circles. It was intended to be a companion album to Swimming (2018), with "two different styles complementing each other, completing a circle" and the concept being "swimming in circles". Jon Brion, who worked with Miller on the album, completed production "based on his time and conversations" with Miller.[2][3] Swimming and Circles were planned to be the first two installments in a trilogy of albums, where the last piece would have been "a pure hip-hop record", as described by Brion.[4] Circles was announced by Miller's family via a note on his Instagram account on January 8, 2020. It was released by Warner Records on January 17, 2020.[2][5] Composition Critics have desc

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Carlene Carter (album)

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Carlene Carter (album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] Robert Christgau C+[2] Carlene Carter is the eponymous debut album by Carlene Carter, recorded in London with Graham Parker’s backing band, The Rumour.[3] Critical reception K.A. Scott of AllMusic writes "By recording her debut album in England, Carlene Carter served notice that despite coming from a legendary American country music family, she intended to make her own way in the biz and establish her own musical identity."[1] Robert Christgau says, "This woman has a strong voice, an assertive persona, and good taste in bands (the Rumour) and grandmothers (Maybelle C.)."[2] Track listing No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. "Love Is Gone" Alex Call 2:37 2. "Smoke Dreams" Carlene Carter Rosey Nix 3:07 3. "Between You and Me" Graham Parker 2:48 4. "I once Knew Love" Carlene Carter 3:36 5. "I've Been There Before" Tracy Nelson 2:48 6. "Never Together but Close Sometimes" Rodney Crowell 2:17 7. "Mr. Moon" Alex Call 2:33

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Apocadelic

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Apocadelic

Apocadelic is the debut and only studio album by British boy band Point Break. The album was released on 7 August 2000 and peaked at number 21 on the British Charts. Track listing No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. "Do We Rock?" David Oliver Brett Adams Danielle Barnett Johnathan Newman George Robert Trotter David Charles Holmes Graham Stack 3:14 2. "Stand Tough" Oliver Adams Barnett Johnathan Newman Trotter Holmes Andrew Tumi Kenneth Nathaniel Barry 3:49 3. "Freakytime" Oliver Adams Barnett Newman Holmes Tumi Barry 4:21 4. "The Game" (live) Oliver Adams Barnett Newman Holmes Tumi Barry 3:51 5. "Baby, I Don't Care!" Nicholas Sayer 3:27 6. "You" Oliver Adams Barnett Holmes Declan Bennett 4:21 7. "What About Us?" Oliver Adams Barnett Holmes Bennett 4:21 8. "Say Yeah!" Oliver Adams Trotter Barnett Holmes Tumi Barry 3:53 9. "Apocadelic" Oliver Adams Barnett Holmes Bennett Tumi Barry 3:25 10. "Tag the Party!" Oliver Adams

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