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August And Everything After
August and Everything After is the debut studio album by American rock band Counting Crows, released September 14, 1993 on Geffen Records.
The album cover depicts handwritten lyrics to a song called "August and Everything After", but the band decided against featuring the song on the album of the same name; it was not until over a decade later that it was played as part of one of their live concerts. The song "August and Everything After" was released on January 24, 2019 as an Amazon Original.
On September 18, 2007, a two-disc deluxe edition of the album was issued. The first disc contains the original album, remastered by Adam Ayan and Stephen Marcussen, with six demos added as bonus tracks. The second disc is taken from the band's penultimate performance during the August tour, recorded at the Élysée Montmartre in Paris, France, on December 9, 1994.
The album August & Everything After: Live at Town Hall was released on August 29, 2011, featuring live recordings of the songs from this album.
Seven Mary Three
American Standard is the second studio album by American post-grunge band Seven Mary Three. It was released on September 5, 1995 on Mammoth Records. The album would be Seven Mary Three's breakthrough success, rising to number 24 on the Billboard 200 and going platinum. Many of the songs were rerecorded versions of tracks off Seven Mary Three's independent debut, Churn.
Ukulele Songs is the second solo studio album by American singer and Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder. It was released on May 31, 2011. The album is composed of original songs and new arrangements of several standards.
Grave Dancers Union
Grave Dancers Union is the sixth studio album by the American alternative rock band Soul Asylum, released in 1992. The album spent 76 weeks on the Billboard music charts and was certified triple-platinum in 1993, establishing Soul Asylum as one of the most successful rock groups of the first half of the 1990s.
Bringing Down The Horse
Bringing Down the Horse is the second album by the American rock band The Wallflowers. It was released worldwide on May 21, 1996. The album was produced by T-Bone Burnett and features hits such as "One Headlight", "6th Avenue Heartache", "The Difference", and "Three Marlenas".
Bringing Down the Horse went quadruple platinum and is the Wallflowers' highest-selling album to date. Three songs from the album were nominated for Grammy Awards; in 1997 the Wallflowers received two nominations, both for "6th Avenue Heartache". In 1998 the band received three additional nominations; two for "One Headlight" and one for "The Difference". "One Headlight" won in both categories it was nominated in. The song was the band's most popular single, reaching no. 1 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock, Modern Rock, and Adult top 40 charts. "One Headlight" is also listed at no.58 in Rolling Stone's list of the 100 Greatest Pop Songs.
Bringing Down the Horse was issued on vinyl for the first time as a double LP set for the album's 20th anniversary, released by Interscope/Universal Music Group, on May 13, 2016.
Platinum & Gold Collection
The Verve Pipe
Platinum & Gold Collection is a 2004 compilation album by The Verve Pipe released by their record company RCA Records in their ongoing Platinum & Gold Collection series. There are no songs from I've Suffered a Head Injury and no new songs overall; the song "Spoonful of Sugar" from Pop Smear is a live version. The album was repackaged in 2007 as Super Hits.
Mike McCready and Star Anna
Rarities Edition: New Miserable Experience
Better Than Ezra
Deluxe is an album by the alternative rock band Better Than Ezra. It has been released by two labels: the original version in 1993 by Swell Records, and the 1995 version by Elektra Records. This is the group's best known album and contains their biggest single, "Good". It is also their debut major label record, as Surprise was entirely self-released and sold.
Toad the Wet Sprocket
New Constellation is the sixth studio album by American rock band Toad the Wet Sprocket, released October 15, 2013, through Abe's Records. It is available on CD, vinyl and as a digital download. Financed with more than $250,000 from approximately 6,300 contributors on the crowdfunding website Kickstarter, it is the first full-length studio release since the band's 1997 album Coil.
Green is the sixth studio album by American rock band R.E.M., released on November 7, 1988 by Warner Bros. Records. Produced by the band and Scott Litt, it continued to explore political issues both in its lyrics and packaging. The band experimented on the album, writing major-key rock songs and incorporating new instruments into their sound including the mandolin, as well as switching their original instruments on other songs.
Upon its release, Green was a critical and commercial success. To promote Green, the band embarked on an 11-month world tour and released four singles from the album: "Orange Crush", "Stand", "Pop Song 89", and "Get Up".
Folk Yeah! Vol. 1
Winter Pays For Summer
Winter Pays For Summer is an album released in 2005 by Glen Phillips. The album was Phillips' debut for Lost Highway/Universal Records. It was recorded during 2003 and 2004. It was produced by John Fields at Paramount Studios and Mansfield Lodge, and features guest appearances by Jon Brion, Sam Phillips, Ben Folds, Andy Sturmer, Kristin Mooney, and Jonathan Foreman. The album boasts a well-produced, radio-ready sheen unheard since Phillips' days with Toad the Wet Sprocket.
It includes the debut single "Thankful", which was Phillips' first radio release for a major label since Toad the Wet Sprocket's 1997 release Coil. However the song was pulled from radio following a slow start and "Duck And Cover" was pushed to stations as the album's first single.
After being in stores only a few months Lost Highway dropped promotion for the album mid-tour and Glen Phillips asked to be let out of his record deal to create the quiet, and less radio-geared "Mr. Lemons".
Secret Samadhi is the 4th studio album by American rock band Live. It debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 when it was released on February 18, 1997. It includes the singles "Lakini's Juice", "Rattlesnake", "Turn My Head", and "Freaks". The album was certified 2× Platinum by the RIAA on July 8, 1999.
This is the first Live recording to be produced by Jay Healy since their 1990 cassette EP Divided Mind, Divided Planet.
The US release uses HDCD encoding, but the package is not labeled as HDCD.
Easy Modern Classics
Last Smoke Before the Snowstorm
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Last Smoke Before the Snowstorm is the debut studio album from English singer-songwriter Benjamin Francis Leftwich, it was released on 3 July 2011 in the United Kingdom. It peaked at No. 35 on the UK Albums Chart
The Motion Picture
3 Rounds and a Sound
3 Rounds and a Sound is the debut CD from the Portland, Oregon indie band Blind Pilot. The band released the CD on July 15, 2008 on Expunged Records. "Go On, Say It", was chosen to be a Single of the Week on July 7, 2008 on Apple Inc.'s iTunes Store.
Stone Cold Yesterday: Best Of The Connells
Some Devil is the debut solo album by musician Dave Matthews. It was released on September 23, 2003 on RCA Records. It has been certified platinum by the RIAA, signifying over a million copies sold. The album features several guest musicians, including long-time Dave Matthews Band collaborator guitarist Tim Reynolds and Phish frontman and guitarist Trey Anastasio. The album's first single, "Gravedigger," won a Grammy Award in 2004. Some Devil was recorded at Studio Litho in Seattle, Washington, and produced by Stephen Harris, who had previously worked with the Dave Matthews Band on their 2002 album Busted Stuff.
Of the album, Matthews said:
"I hadn't really been thinking about doing a solo album until I had a handful of songs that didn't really fit with the band, so I started with those and it just grew into a full record," Matthews said. "I kind of thought it'd be fun to put it out."
Many fans, while at first skeptical of Matthews' desire to release a solo album, quickly praised his efforts. The album is noted for its moodier tone and the fresh direction shown in Matthews' songwriting.
While My Heart Beats
While My Heart Beats is the second studio album by the American musician Jeff Ament. It is his second solo album apart from his main band, Pearl Jam, preceded by 2008's Tone.
Merkin Ball is a two-song single by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam. It features Neil Young and was released on December 5, 1995, through Epic Records. Merkin Ball is a companion to Young's 1995 album, Mirror Ball.
The EP became a hit, particularly in Australia and Scandinavia. It reached number two in Australia, number three in Finland, number five in Norway and number ten in Denmark. In the United States, the EP reached number seven on the Billboard Hot 100, number two on the Billboard Album Rock Tracks chart and number three on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart. It has been certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America.
The Sparrow And The Crow
So Much For The Afterglow
So Much for the Afterglow is the third studio album by American alternative rock band Everclear, released on October 7, 1997. It contained the singles "Everything to Everyone", "I Will Buy You a New Life", "Father of Mine", "So Much For the Afterglow", and "One Hit Wonder". This album strays noticeably from the band's past work, which is much less clean and polished. While those past attempts were clear examples of post-grunge, many listeners have been more inclined to categorize So Much For The Afterglow as power pop. A number of the songs from this album, especially "Everything to Everyone", "I Will Buy You A New Life" and "Father of Mine," received heavy rotation on MTV's Total Request Live and launched Everclear into mainstream popularity briefly in the late-90s. So Much for the Afterglow provided Everclear with their only Grammy nomination to date, a Best Rock Instrumental nod in 1998 for "El Distorto de Melodica."
So Much for the Afterglow remains Everclear's best selling album with a 2x Platinum certification by the RIAA in 1998.
In January 2016 independent record label Intervention Records released 20th anniversary vinyl reissue of So Much for the Afterglow.
Singles plays Pearl Jam
Singles plays Pearl Jam
No Room is the third album released by Boulder, Colorado band The Samples. The album was released on April 22, 1992.
Picture Postcard Walls
Far Too Jones
Live from the Americas
Any Time Now
Any Time Now is a live album by O.A.R. released on May 6, 2002. The album was recorded at the 9:30 Club in Washington D.C. on November 23 & November 24, 2001. The album debuted on the Billboard Charts Independent Albums: #11 and Top Heatseekers: #4. It also debuted on the Billboard 200 in the 156th position. There is a hidden track titled "Short a Try" at the end of the last song on the first disc. Junior Marvin of The Wailers Band is featured on the cover of Bob Marley's song "Stir It Up." In 2006 the album was certified gold by the RIAA.
Live From New Jersey
The Ghost Of The Mountain
The Ghost of the Mountain is the second album by Tired Pony, released on 19 August 2013 in the United Kingdom and on 1 October 2013 in the United States. The album was recorded between February and March, 2013, at Jacknife Lee's studio in Topanga Canyon.
Nico is a compilation album by American rock band Blind Melon, released in 1996 by Capitol Records. The album was released after lead singer Shannon Hoon's cocaine overdose that resulted in his death in 1995. The album was named for his daughter, Nico Blue, and the proceeds arising from album sales were placed in a college trust for her. It features
unreleased tracks, recordings started by Hoon and finished by the band, unreleased versions of previous songs and the cover songs "The Pusher" and "John Sinclair".
After The Party
A Good Hard Smack
Treasure Box for Boys and Girls – The Complete Sessions 1991–1999 is a compilation boxset from the Irish band The Cranberries. It is a collection of the complete sessions releases of their first four albums.
The '59 Sound
The Gaslight Anthem
The '59 Sound is the second studio album by American rock band The Gaslight Anthem, released on August 19, 2008 by record label SideOneDummy.
In December 2008, eMusic named The '59 Sound the best album of 2008. NME rated it as the 47th best album of the year. The title track was number 62 on Rolling Stone's list of the 100 Best Songs of 2008.
In July 2009, following Bruce Springsteen's guest appearances with the band at Glastonbury and Hyde Park, sales of the album doubled. In 2018 The Gaslight Anthem released The '59 Sounds Sessions, a companion album to The 59 Sound featuring early versions of songs from the album as well as rarities and b sides.
Bang Bang is a 1997 album by American indie/roots rock band Dispatch. It is their second album, following Silent Steeples.
Chad Van Herk
The Horrible Crowes
Elsie is the debut studio album by The Horrible Crowes, a Gaslight Anthem side-project made up of Ian Perkins and Gaslight Anthem founder Brian Fallon. It was released on September 6, 2011, through SideOneDummy Records.
Deconstructed is a remix album by British band Bush, released on 11 November 1997, through Trauma Records. It did not feature any new material but was a collaborative effort between the band and various producers working in the electronic genre of music to remix some of the band's previously released songs. "Mouth" was released as a single in 1997 and became a minor hit, due largely in part to it being featured prominently in both the trailer and the 1997 film An American Werewolf in Paris.
Three tracks from this album, "Mouth", "Everything Zen", and "Swallowed" also appear on Bush's 2005 greatest hits compilation, The Best of: 1994-1999.
In a 1997 interview with NY Rock, Gavin Rossdale noted the development of Deconstructed:
"It was an interesting idea, to try and mix two completely different genres, maybe influence the whole dance and techno scene with some good old fashioned rock. In a way, they are the old singles, but remixed they’ve got a completely different slant which is certainly interesting."
The Animal Years
The Animal Years is the fourth studio album by American singer-songwriter Josh Ritter. It was originally released on April 19, 2006 and a two-disc deluxe edition was re-issued on January 17, 2010. It was Ritter's first album released on V2 Records.
In 2010, Ritter's band was given the name "The Royal City Band".
Third Eye Blind
Red Star is a digital-only EP by Third Eye Blind released in 2008 in anticipation of their fourth studio album Ursa Major. Previews of the songs on the EP were posted to the band's myspace page on November 12, 2008, and it was released officially on November 18, 2008 through all major digital music outlets. Also released with the EP was a music video for "Non-Dairy Creamer" featuring Third Eye Blind's recent Japan tour.
Monuments to an Elegy
The Smashing Pumpkins
Monuments to an Elegy is the ninth studio album by American alternative rock band The Smashing Pumpkins, released on December 5, 2014. Band leader Billy Corgan has noted that—similar to the band's previous release, Oceania—the album was the final part of the project, Teargarden by Kaleidyscope, due to cancellation of the project in 2018 by Corgan. The album received generally positive reviews from music critics, but sold poorly compared to the band's previous albums, peaking at number 33 in the U.S. and number 59 in the U.K., thus making it their lowest charting album in both regions since their debut, Gish.
The Why Store
The Why Store
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