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In Motion (Live from Hammersmith)
How To Make Friends And Influence People
How to Make Friends and Influence People is the second album by the rock band Terrorvision, released in 1994 on Total Vegas Recordings.
"Oblivion", "Middleman", "Pretend Best Friend", "Alice What's the Matter" and "Some People Say" were all released as singles.
The title refers to the Dale Carnegie book How to Win Friends and Influence People. The album was recorded in 17 days.
The 15th anniversary of the release of the album was commemorated by tours in April and December 2009, whereby the band played the entire album from start to finish; the first time the album has been played live in its entirety. During the first leg of the tour, at the larger venues a recording of the show was available for purchase immediately afterwards.
Moseley Shoals (Deluxe Edition)
Ocean Colour Scene
Moseley Shoals is a second album by the British rock group Ocean Colour Scene which was released during the Britpop era. The album reached #2 in the UK charts, and amassed 92 weeks on chart, making it the band's most successful album in terms of weeks on chart, despite a later album reaching #1.
Free Peace Sweet
Free Peace Sweet is the third studio album by Dodgy. The track "Homegrown" was given the same name as the band's previous album.
All Change (Deluxe Edition)
All Change is the debut album by the English band Cast, released on 16 October 1995.
It became the highest selling debut album in the history of the Polydor label.
Going For Gold
Going For Gold is a singles compilation album by the British rock band Shed Seven, released in May 1999 via Polydor Records. The album features sleevenotes written by Mark Sutherland, the former editor of Melody Maker, who refers to the LP as the band's "Best of Album", whereas the album artwork itself carries the sub-title The Greatest Hits.
Do It Yourself
Do It Yourself is the only album by the Seahorses, an English alternative rock band that John Squire, formerly guitarist in the Stone Roses formed. The album's cover features a photograph of Squire's 1996 sculpture in the shape of globe made of puzzle pieces and also named Do It Yourself.
The album was released to mixed-to-positive reviews, but was well received by the British public. It entered the UK Albums Chart at #2, behind Gary Barlow's solo debut Open Road, and went on to gain platinum status after selling over 300,000 copies in the UK alone. The album featured three charting UK singles: "Love Is the Law", "Blinded by the Sun", and "Love Me and Leave Me", the latter of which was Liam Gallagher's first songwriting credit. NME readers voted The Seahorses the fourth best new act of 1997; Guitarist magazine readers voted Do It Yourself the tenth-best album of the year.
A short UK tour in December 1997, with support from American alternative rock band Third Eye Blind, promoted the album's release, as did subsequent support slots with The Rolling Stones, U2 and Oasis.
Expecting To Fly
The Sun Is Often Out
The Sun Is Often Out is the debut album by Longpigs, released in 1996 on U2's record label, Mother Records.
Five singles were released from the album, initially to little success. The first two - "She Said" and "Jesus Christ" - both failed to crack the UK Top 40, both stalling at No. 67. The third single - "Far" fared a little better, scraping into the Top 40, reaching No. 37 and received significant radio airplay, particularly on the national pop and rock radio station, BBC Radio 1. It was, however, the next single, "On and On” which would be the band’s breakthrough single; reaching No. 16 in the UK. With this momentum the album was released in April and shortly after "She Said" was re-released, also making it to No. 16 in the UK singles chart. The final single from the album "Lost Myself", narrowly missed out on giving the band a third successive Top 20 single, stalling at No. 22.
The Sun Is Often Out was declared one of 1996's 50 best albums by both Q and Melody Maker and retains a favourable 4 star rating on the AllMusic website, by both critics and fans.
It's Great When You're Straight... Yeah (Deluxe)
Brit Pop Party
I Should Coco
I Should Coco is the debut studio album by English alternative rock band Supergrass, released on 15 May 1995 by Parlophone. Supergrass were formed in 1993 by Gaz Coombes, Mick Quinn and Danny Goffey and they released their debut single from the album, "Caught by the Fuzz", in May 1995 on the small independent local label Backbeat Records and was re-released with Parlophone. The title of the album is cockney rhyming slang for "I should think so".
I Should Coco was recorded in Cornwall and produced by Sam Williams, who had been impressed by the band while scouting in Oxford. At the height of the Britpop era, the album became the band's most successful release when it reached number one on the UK Albums Chart, and subsequently gained platinum status, selling over a million copies worldwide and 500,000 in the UK. The most successful single released from I Should Coco is "Alright", which peaked at number-two in the UK Singles Chart, and gained platinum status.
Free All Angels
Free All Angels is the third studio album by Ash, which was initially released on 16 April 2001, through Infectious Records. The name of the album is taken from a T-shirt worn by a Hells Angel.
Speaking to Kerrang! in 2008, Tim Wheeler remembered:
I wasn't going to make any old commercial shit, I wanted to write brilliant songs that would actually speak to people. So I went back to Northern Ireland, to my parents' house away from everything, back to where we were before we had any success. Being in that mindset felt like starting again. We'd met Joe Strummer in Japan and he said, "I'm going to be in Belfast in a few months, come and do I Fought the Law with me onstage." And I didn't do it because I was staying home and writing. It's one of my big regrets, but during that time I wrote "Shining Light". We went off to record it in Van Morrison's studio in Bath and then some more in Spain. It was amazing. I was one of the best tunes of our lives. It's ensured our survival ever since. We were still so young we didn't want to give in. We were determined that wouldn't be the end.
On 7 August 2001 Free All Angels was released in the United States.
Come Find Yourself (Expanded Edition)
Fun Lovin' Criminals
The Best Of (Deluxe)
The Sound Of McAlmont And Butler
McAlmont & Butler
The Sound Of... McAlmont & Butler is the debut album by English rock and soul duo McAlmont & Butler, recorded from 1994–95 and released in 1995, after the duo had split up. The album is essentially a compilation, comprising both of the band's singles and the B-side tracks thereof, alongside one unreleased track, "The Right Thing'".
On 2 October 2015 a deluxe edition, which included a second disc of unreleased material and a DVD, was released.
Sell Everything You Own
The Standard Lamps
Out Of Nothing
Out of Nothing is the fourth studio album by English rock band Embrace. It was released on 13 September 2004 through Independiente Records. It went straight in at number one on the official UK charts, going double platinum, selling more than 600,000 copies in the UK, making it their best selling album and their most critically acclaimed since their debut album The Good Will Out. It was a much-anticipated release, as Embrace had not released any new material for three years.
I Will Cure You
I Will Cure You is the only album by the comedian Vic Reeves. It was released in 1991 by Island Records, produced by Steve Beresford, Andy Metcalfe and Philip Oakey and re-released in 1999 by Universal Music's Spectrum label. The album peaked at No. 16 in the UK Albums Chart and featured the Number One single "Dizzy" which was a collaboration with The Wonder Stuff. It included a mixture of covers and original songs in a variety of musical styles, many of which were originally introduced in Reeves' debut Channel 4 comedy show Vic Reeves Big Night Out. Reeves' comedy partner Bob Mortimer sings alongside Reeves on "Summer of '75", with Jonathan Ross providing whistling on "I Remember Punk Rock". Reeves has said that he did not want to make a novelty or comedy album but something more serious, and that for him being a singer is secondary as his comedy will always come first.
The sleeve and insert of the album featured artwork and text created and written by Reeves. The sleeve notes also contained reproductions of 3 Polaroid type Instant Photographs with the legend "Where are Vic's boots?".
Kollected - The Best Of Kula Shaker
Resistance is Futile (Deluxe Version)
Manic Street Preachers
Screamadelica is the third studio album by Scottish rock band Primal Scream. It was first released on 23 September 1991 in the United Kingdom by Creation Records and on 8 October 1991 in the United States by Sire Records. The album marked a significant departure from the band's early indie rock sound, drawing inspiration from the blossoming house music scene and associated drugs such as LSD and MDMA.
Screamadelica was the band's first album to be a commercial success, peaking at number eight on the UK Albums Chart upon its release. It received positive reviews from critics, and has been frequently named one of the best albums of the 1990s in various polls. It won the first Mercury Music Prize in 1992, and has sold over three million copies worldwide.
Equally Cursed And Blessed
Equally Cursed and Blessed is the third studio album by Welsh band Catatonia, released in April 1999 via Blanco y Negro Records. It reached number one in the UK Album Chart, and three singles were released from it: "Dead from the Waist Down", "Londinium" and "Karaoke Queen".
Attack of the Grey Lantern
Attack of the Grey Lantern is the debut album by English alternative rock band Mansun released in February 1997 via Parlophone. The album spent a total of 19 weeks on the UK Albums Chart, peaking at number one.
Goldie Lookin Chain
Reboot: ReDone and Dusted
Mouth To Mouth (Remastered)
Mouth to Mouth is the fifth studio album by the Levellers. It was released on the China label in 1997 and peaked at #5 in the UK album charts.
The Union of Souls
3 Colours Red
Tired Of Hanging Around
Tired of Hanging Around is the second album by the English rock band The Zutons, released in the UK on 17 April 2006. Produced by Stephen Street, the album was recorded at Townhouse and Olympic Studios in 2005. The album charted at 2 on the UK album charts.
Construction For The Modern Idiot
The Wonder Stuff
Construction for the Modern Idiot is The Wonder Stuff's fourth album from October 1993, and their last studio album before their split on 15 July 1994. The album was a UK Top 5 Album which yielded 3 UK hit singles, of which "On the Ropes" made the Top 10 and "Hot Love Now" and "Full Of Life" #29 both made it inside the Top 30.
The album was dedicated to the memory of Rob "The Bass Thing" Jones, the band's original bassist who died from a heart attack in New York soon after leaving the band. It was released as Polydor 519894-2.
Forever And A Day
Bottled At Source - The Best Of The Source Years
Just Enough Education to Perform
Just Enough Education to Perform is the third studio album by Welsh rock band Stereophonics. Released on 11 April 2001, the album topped the UK Albums Chart with 140,000 copies sold. and spawned three top-ten singles in the form of "Mr. Writer", "Have a Nice Day" and "Handbags and Gladrags".
When the album was originally released it had 11 tracks; it was then re-released in 2002 to include "Handbags and Gladrags" after it was released as a single.
Can You Dig It?
The Mock Turtles
The Everly Pregnant Brothers
The Stone Roses
The Stone Roses
The Stone Roses is the debut studio album by English rock band the Stone Roses. It was recorded mostly at Battery Studios in London with producer John Leckie from June 1988 to February 1989 and released in May of that year by Silvertone Records.
The Stone Roses was not an immediate success, but grew popular with the band's high-profile concert performances, which also helped establish them as fixtures of the Madchester and baggy cultural scenes. The record's critical standing also improved significantly in later years, as many critics voted it highly in polls of the greatest albums. It was voted number 11 in Colin Larkin's All Time Top 1000 Albums 3rd Edition. It has sold over four million copies worldwide.
Unfinished Monkey Business
Unfinished Monkey Business is the debut solo album by Ian Brown released in February 1998 via Polydor Records. The album was self-financed and produced by Brown, and was his first album release since the break-up of The Stone Roses in October 1996. Ex-Roses members Mani, Nigel Ipinson, Aziz Ibrahim and Robbie Maddix helped pen and perform the instruments on many of the album's tracks. "Ice Cold Cube", which premiered at The Stone Roses final concert, was first released on this album.
Working Class Poetry
On was the second album from English rock band Echobelly. Gaining a favourable response from critics the album reached number 4 in the UK Albums Chart. On 21 July 2014, a 2CD expanded edition of the album was released with B-sides and previously unreleased live performances.
The Great Western
James Dean Bradfield
The Great Western is the debut solo studio album by the Manic Street Preachers vocalist-guitarist James Dean Bradfield. It was released on 24 July 2006 by record label Columbia.
These Old Boots (feat. Dee Snider)
Happening for Love
Happening for Love is the debut solo album by former The La's bassist and Cast vocalist John Power.
It was released on June 30, 2003.
True Meanings is the fourteenth studio album by English singer-songwriter Paul Weller, released on 14 September 2018.
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