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Stop All The World Now (SPECIAL EDITION VERSION)
Stop All the World Now is the second full-length album by American singer-songwriter Howie Day. It was recorded at Olympic Studios in London over three months in early 2003 and released by Epic Records on October 7, 2003. Day chose Martin Glover as a producer, known for producing the Verve's Urban Hymns.
The working title for the album was ... from a Northern Sky, a line from the song "Come Lay Down". The final title, Stop All the World Now, is a lyric from the song "I'll Take You On".
Nothing Left To Lose
Nothing Left to Lose is the second studio album and major-label debut by Mat Kearney. Several tracks are re-recordings or remixes of songs originally featured on Kearney's first album, Bullet.
"All I Need", "Crashing Down", and "Where We Gonna Go From Here" were all featured in season 3 episodes of the hit TV series Grey's Anatomy. "Breathe In, Breathe Out" is also being used as the current Grey's Anatomy song with a music video featuring Mat and clips from seasons 3 and 4 of the show. The track "Nothing Left to Lose" was used in a commercial promoting the 2007 film, Catch and Release, and was also used on an episode of the TV series Jericho and Dirty Sexy Money. The tracks "All I Need" and "Where We Gonna Go from Here" feature in the fourth and tenth episodes of the first season of the TV series Kyle XY. "All I Need" was also featured in a season 5 episode of NCIS. At a concert in Houston in 2006, Kearney revealed that his song "All I Need" was written based on two of his friends from New Orleans and their story during Hurricane Katrina. Additionally, Kearney's song "Renaissance" was written about friends from Oregon who survived a severe car crash.
For Me, It's You
For Me, It's You is Train's fourth studio album and last recorded as a five-piece until 2014's Bulletproof Picasso and the only album to feature the second lineup. The album's first single, "Cab", was released to radio in November 2005. The second and third singles, "Give Myself to You" and "Am I Reaching You Now" were released in mid-2006.
The album was met with critical success but saw commercial disappointment. Despite debuting at #10 on the Billboard 200, it descended the chart quickly and is their first album not to have received an RIAA certification. It is also the band's only album to not feature a Billboard Hot 100-charting single in the United States.
Beneath These Fireworks
Beneath These Fireworks is the major label debut and fifth album by Matt Nathanson, released on October 14, 2003 on Universal Records. Shortly after its release, Nathanson was dropped from Universal thus causing the album to go mostly unnoticed.
Five for Fighting
Two Lights is the fourth studio album by American singer Five for Fighting. The first single is titled "The Riddle". The song was released on May 15, 2006, and the album was released on August 1, 2006.
The album peaked at number eight on the Billboard 200 chart, making it Five for Fighting's highest-charting album to date. It has sold over 287,000 copies in the United States as of November 2009.
Who We Are
Who We Are is the fourth studio album by American alternative rock band Lifehouse. It was first released via compact disc in the United States on June 18, 2007 by Geffen Records. It was released via digital download the next day on June 19, 2007. The band entered the studio without any demos recorded and only had lyrics from Lifehouse lead singer Jason Wade. The songs on the album were mostly inspired by different emotions of love, bliss, struggles, and pain. Musically, the album is a combination of rock, alternative, and adult alternative.
The album received positive reviews from critics, and peaked at number fourteen on the Billboard 200, selling 49,000 copies in its first week. It also managed to chart in the top twenty of Billboard's Alternative Albums, Digital Albums, and Rock Albums charts the first week it was released. It was certified Gold in the United States by the RIAA on October 22, 2008.
The album's lead single, "First Time", was released May 7, 2007, and charted in several countries. The second single, "Whatever It Takes", was released on November 13, 2007, and charted on several Billboard charts.
Live In Buffalo July 4th, 2004 (Live CD/DVD)
Goo Goo Dolls
Live in Buffalo: July 4th, 2004 is a live album by the American rock band Goo Goo Dolls. It includes a CD and a DVD, showing their concert in Buffalo, New York from July 4, 2004. The concert included performances of all their major hits, including "Iris", "Name", and "Slide". There are nineteen songs on the DVD total, plus a studio version of their Supertramp cover, "Give A Little Bit" on the CD. The concert was shot and recorded in downtown Buffalo on Niagara Square in front of Buffalo City Hall. As for the concert itself, the performance was enigmatic; garnering comparisons to the Talking Heads' Stop Making Sense from members of the band's crew. Over 60,000 fans attended the performance, braving a torrential downpour. The rain cleared in time for the Goo Goo Dolls to start the show, but during their performance of "January Friend", the rain began pouring down again, harder than before. The band played on, finishing the set, despite being pulled off stage briefly for a safety precaution and skipping three songs* that were on the original set list.
The music video for "Give a Little Bit", which consists of footage from the concert and documentary, was edited by Scott C. Wilson.
As/Is is a live album by John Mayer, released October 19, 2004, available for download from iTunes and also available as a double-CD release. The albums were released from live concert performances across the United States from the tour following the release of Mayer's second album, Heavier Things. The recordings include five albums-worth of material as sold on iTunes. As of July 2009, the four concert-specific albums were still available on iTunes in the United States, though Volume One is no longer available; Each album has its own artwork. A two-disc compilation was released physically and digitally which features the "best" of the iTunes series, plus an additional song, "Inner City Blues", a Marvin Gaye cover. In "Inner City Blues", Mayer called upon DJ Logic, the support act of the Heavier Things tour, to join him to perform a turntable solo.
Jason Mraz Live & Acoustic 2001
Coming To Terms
Coming to Terms is the first studio album from Swedish-American rock band Carolina Liar. It was released on May 19, 2008.
Simple Times is the second studio album by American folk musician Joshua Radin. It was released on September 9, 2008 on iTunes and in stores on September 30, 2008. It has a release date of 12 April 2010 on the UK iTunes Store. The UK release features radio edits of "One Of Those Days", "I'd Rather Be With You", and "Brand New Day", all slightly shorter than the U.S. album versions.
1.22.03.Acoustic, so named for the date it was recorded live at the Hit Factory, New York, is a live EP by Californian band Maroon 5. It contains acoustic versions of many of the songs on their international hit album, Songs About Jane, as well as two cover songs.
The album reached No. 42 in the United States and was certified Gold by RIAA and Silver in the United Kingdom.
Last Of Seven
Last of Seven is the debut solo album by Pat Monahan, lead singer of the band Train. The album was released on September 18, 2007. Notable guest appearances include Brandi Carlile, who joins Monahan on the ballad, "Pirate on the Run," while Graham Nash sings backup on "Cowboys and Indians," and Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora plays on "Someday."
The album's first single, "Her Eyes", was released to radio in July 2007. It has received some airplay on satellite radio stations, The Pulse on Sirius, and Flight 26 on XM. Monahan performed the song with his touring band on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on October 2, 2007.
The Matchbox Twenty Collection
The Script is the Choice Music Prize-nominated self-titled debut album from Irish pop rock band The Script, which was released in the Republic of Ireland on 8 August 2008 and was released in the UK on 11 August 2008 by Phonogenic Records. Following success in the Republic of Ireland, the album was released elsewhere in Europe in September 2008. The album topped the UK charts and peaked at #64 on the US Billboard 200 on 4 March 2010.
Thriving Ivory is the self-titled debut album of American rock band Thriving Ivory. The album was originally released on May 18, 2003 on the Wolfgang label, and re-released on June 21, 2008 on Wind-up Records. The sound of their self-titled release was inspired by bands such as U2 and Coldplay. The album peaked at number 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.
Losing Sleep (Deluxe Edition)
Losing Sleep is the debut studio album from pop rock band Parachute. It debuted at number 40 on the Billboard 200 and debuted at number two on the Digital Albums Chart in the United States.
Take Us To The Start
Take Us to the Start is the first full-length studio album by American pop-rock singer-songwriter Matt Hires, released exclusively through iTunes on July 15, 2009 and then released August 25, 2009 on Atlantic Records.
The digital-only release hit the top 10 on iTunes' "Top Albums" chart, despite only being available in a digital format, the album debuted at #96 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and #16 on the digital downloads chart.
All songs were written or co-written by Matt Hires and his long-time producer Eric Rosse. Matt has also collaborated with some noted songwriters, including Emmy Award nominated songwriter and novelist Harry Shannon, Indie singer-songwriter Gus Black, Gregg Wattenberg — who co-produced Train's quadruple platinum hit "Hey, Soul Sister" and Daughtry's platinum single "It's Not Over", he also co-wrote the song "You in the End" with Sara Bareilles.
An exclusive iTunes deluxe version of the album includes additional three bonus demo tracks, music video of "Honey, Let Me Sing You a Song", and a digital booklet.
Eyes Open is the fourth studio album by Northern Irish-Scottish alternative rock band Snow Patrol. Produced by Jacknife Lee, it was released in the UK on 1 May 2006, and 9 May 2006 in the US. It was the band's first album without bassist Mark McClelland and the first to feature bassist Paul Wilson and keyboardist Tom Simpson. Recording for the album took place between October and December 2005 at Grouse Lodge Studios in Ireland, The Garage in Kent, and The Garden and Angel Recording Studios, both in London.
Six singles were released from the album, including top 10 hits "You're All I Have" and "Chasing Cars", the latter of which came to worldwide attention when it was featured during the season 2 finale of the American medical drama Grey's Anatomy. It went on to sell over 5 million copies worldwide and has spent a total of 166 weeks on the UK Singles Chart, more than any other song in history.
Eyes Open was the best-selling album of 2006 in the UK, selling 1.5 million copies and 6 million worldwide. It was also the 15th best-selling album of the 2000s.
Indiana is the debut studio album by American singer and songwriter Jon McLaughlin. It was released on May 1, 2007, through The Island Def Jam Music Group. The album is a continuation of McLaughlin's extended play, Industry.
Best Days is the debut studio album by American songwriter-singer Matt White. The album follows up his 2006 debut EP Bleecker Street Stories. The album was released on September 18, 2007, in the United States and achieved widespread success through social networks such as MySpace. The song, "Best Days" was used in the soundtracks to Shrek The Third and Hotel for Dogs
Who You Are
Who You Are is the first studio album by American indie rock singer Cary Brothers, released on May 29, 2007.
All We Have Left
All We Have Left is the second studio album and first major album by American rock band Boyce Avenue, released on June 15, 2010. The album's first single "Every Breath" was released digitally on March 16, 2010. The album reached No. 7 on Billboard Top Heatseekers chart in July 2010.
Life Left To Go
Life Left to Go is the debut studio album by American rock band SafetySuit, released on May 13, 2008, through Universal Motown Records. It was produced by Greg Archilla, who had previously collaborated with SafetySuit on their independent EP. The album produced three singles, the most successful of which were "Stay" and "Someone Like You"; both charted on several Billboard charts in 2008 and 2009. The song "Annie" was also released as a single in late 2009. The album was met with a highly positive response by critics.
Man in the Mirror (Acoustic)
OneRepublic & Sara Bareilles
Wanderlust is the debut solo album by Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale. It is his first studio album since Institute's Distort Yourself in 2005. Rossdale's initial working title for the record was This Place is on Fire, now the moniker for the release's a cappella coda piece. The lead single, "Love Remains the Same," was released digitally on April 1, 2008.
The album was produced by Bob Rock and finds Rossdale collaborating with drummer Josh Freese, former Helmet member and Bush tour guitarist Chris Traynor, bass player Paul Bushnell and Jamie Muhoberac on keyboards, as well as David A. Stewart of Eurythmics fame, Linda Perry, Joel Shearer, Katy Perry and Garbage singer Shirley Manson.
The song "Can't Stop the World" was originally written and recorded for the short-lived TV series Drive. The song is also known by the alternate title "Some Days," but the finalized Wanderlust artwork has it listed as "Can't Stop the World."
Cigarettes And Gasoline
Whatever It Takes
Out Of My Hands
Green River Ordinance
Out of My Hands is the major label debut release album for Virgin Records by the band Green River Ordinance. Its sound has been compared to that of bands such as Third Eye Blind, Matchbox 20, Goo Goo Dolls, Maroon 5, Sister Hazel, and Gavin DeGraw. It peaked at #10 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. It contains the band's single, "Come On". Another track, "Outside", was played on The Hills. "On Your Own" was aired on So You Think You Can Dance and Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Duel 2.
Out of My Hands peaked at #10 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. The single "Come On" reached #17 on the Billboard Adult Top 40 late in 2009; "On Your Own" reached #37 on the same chart in 2010.
The album was made available for free download from the band's Facebook page.
Under Summer Sun
Best of 2003-2008
Tabitha's Secret ?
Tabitha's Secret / Rob Thomas , Jay Stanley, John Goff, Paul Doucette, Brian Yale
Brendan James is the self-titled second studio album by American singer-songwriter Brendan James, released on September 7, 2010. Brendan made his first-ever appearance on Billboard 200 after debuting at #93 on the chart, with the strong sales in digital, the self-titled album also broke into the Digital Albums chart at #21.
hearts are magnets
Hearts Are Magnets is the first EP of singer/songwriter Jason Reeves and his first published work with producer Mikal Blue. It was self-released in the US on February 14, 2006.
New Amsterdam Live At Heineken Music Hall February 6, 2003
New Amsterdam - Live at Heineken Music Hall is the second live album by Counting Crows, released by Geffen Records on June 19, 2006, in the United Kingdom and the following day in the United States. The live performance was recorded in the Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam, The Netherlands between February 4–6, 2003.
Here Right Now
Awake is the debut album by American acoustic rock musician, John Vesely, under the pseudonym Secondhand Serenade. The album was originally released as a demo, in 2005. In late 2006, Secondhand Serenade signed to label Glassnote Records and re-released the album on January 31, 2007.
Live At Fingerprints: Warts And All
The Last Goodnight
Alter The Ending (Deluxe)
Alter the Ending is the sixth studio album recorded by American rock band Dashboard Confessional, released through Interscope Records on November 10, 2009. The album was released in both a one disc standard version and a two disc deluxe edition which contains a second disc of acoustic versions of the 12 songs on the album. The album's first single is "Belle of the Boulevard".
Alter the Ending received some mixed or average reviews from critics, with some saying the album showed great maturity and others alluding to overproduction and its limitations.
The album debuted at number 19 on the Billboard 200, number six on the Billboard Rock Albums chart and number five on the Alternative Albums chart.
3 Doors Down
Acoustic EP is a limited edition acoustic studio EP by American rock band 3 Doors Down, released in 2005. It was originally released exclusively at Best Buy stores to promote the band's album Seventeen Days and their 2005 tour with Staind and Breaking Benjamin. The physical disc itself is out of print, but in 2006 it was re-released digitally on iTunes. It peaked at number 38 in the United States and number 49 in Australia. It features "Landing in London" without Bob Seger, unlike the Seventeen Days version.
Underage Thinking (Look Where We Are Now)
Greatest Hits is a compilation album by English singer-songwriter David Gray, released on 12 November 2007 in the UK and a day later in the US. Greatest Hits contains songs from his first album, A Century Ends in 1993, through to his 2005 album Life in Slow Motion, and includes two new songs: the first single "You're the World to Me" and "Destroyer." In interviews, Gray has described the new single "You're the World to Me" as "joyous" and "unselfconscious," and called his Greatest Hits album "a bag of happy shit".
All tracks are the original album versions, except for "Be Mine," which is the single remix; "Babylon," which is a new mix; and "Shine." Due to record company issues, the original recording of "Shine" could not be used; instead, a live recording from Gray's concert DVD Live in Slow Motion is featured on the compilation.
The Japanese pressing of the CD contains two bonus tracks, while Barnes & Noble released an exclusive version with a bonus disc containing two rare live covers – "One of the Birds" by Will Oldham and "Morning of My Life" by the Bee Gees, previously only available as a digital download from the compilation album A Thousand Miles Behind.
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