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Love, Save The Empty
Love, Save the Empty is the 2008 debut album by American pop rock singer Erin McCarley. The album was released digitally through Universal Republic Records on iTunes on December 30, 2008. The hard copy was released on January 6, 2009. Jamie Kenney, McCarley's musical partner, produced the album and also arranged, played, and co-wrote most of the songs.
McCarley toured throughout January to promote her release. Love, Save the Empty peaked at #5 on iTunes "Top Albums" chart on January 2, 2009, resulting in a #86 debut on the Billboard 200 in the issue dated January 17, 2009. The following week, the album rose ten spots to a new peak of 76.
In addition, all three of her singles released from the album charted. The song "Love, Save the Empty" is the song featured mostly in He's Just Not That into You and is the only track featured in the film with has a music video. Both "Love, Save the Empty" and "Pitter-Pat" were featured on the fifth season of Grey's Anatomy. "Love, Save the Empty" was included in the first season of the CW's show Privileged. "Pony" and "Pitter-Pat" were featured in One Tree Hill.
Waves And The Both Of Us
Waves and the Both of Us is the debut album by Charlotte Sometimes. It was released on May 6, 2008.
Honeysuckle Weeks is the second full length studio album by Indie pop band The Submarines. It was released through iTunes on April 15, 2008, and was released physically on May 13, 2008. The album was released through Canadian label Nettwerk.
Uh Huh Her
Common Reaction is the debut album from Uh Huh Her, which was released on August 19, 2008 in the United States. This is an elextro/pop album that features Camila Grey's voice and Leisha Hailey's abilities on guitar and keyboard.
The track "Explode" was used as a soundtrack in the series The L Word, in the third episode of the fifth season Lady Of The Lake. The appearance of the song is a tribute to Leisha Hailey, who plays Alice in the show. The track "Dreamer" was used in the 15th episode of the eighth season of Smallville.
Beneath the Noise
Frank + Derol EP
Frank + Derol
Mr Little Jeans
I Will (U.S. Version)
Where the Kids Are - EP
The full-length follow-up to her 2011 debut EP Sister Wife, 2012's King Con features more of singer/songwriter Alex Winston's buoyant, technicolor psych and folk-influenced pop. A opera-trained vocalist, the Michigan-born Winston came off as a kind of cherubic indie rock Kate Bush on Sister Wife, and King Con does nothing if not reinforce this notion. These are meticulously crafted, gargantuanly melodic songs that frame Winston's fairy siren of a voice with swirling, sparkling productions (via the Knocks) rife with bells and keyboards, shimmering guitar bits, and veritable marching bands of rhythm. While a few tracks carry over from Sister Wife, including the title track, the '60s girl group-sounding "Choice Notes," and the yearning "Locomotive," listeners also get more than few hummable, immediately catchy numbers like the swoony "Velvet Elvis" and the wide-eyed and cinematic "Medicine." While the album title suggests that Winston's talents may be less than genuine, King Con is never anything less than truly inspired.
Kate Earl is the second album by American singer Kate Earl, released by Universal Republic as a digital download on August 18, 2009 and on CD on November 3, 2009. The first single released was "Melody."
Black and Blue
UH HUH HER
Tigers in the Fire
Sorority Row Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
The Bright Side
The Bright Side is the second album by American singer Meiko, released through Fantasy Records on May 15, 2012. It is her first album under the Concord Music Group label. The lead single, "Stuck on You" was used in a 2012 Crate and Barrel nationwide ad campaign, their first in five years.
Ribbed Music for the Numb Generation
Ribbed Music for the Numb Generation is the debut studio album by English electronic music band Sohodolls, released on 24 September 2007 by Filthy Pretty Records. The album was produced by Robert Harder, with additional production by Steve Lyon and Harry Smith.
The songs "Stripper" and "I'm Not Cool" were used in seasons one and two of the American television series Gossip Girl, respectively. "Stripper" was also used in the ITV2 advert for the show's first season. "My Vampire" was used in the fifth season finale of the American drama series Nip/Tuck.
The album's name is a play on "Music for the Jilted Generation", the second studio album by The Prodigy.
The Robots in Love - EP
Beautiful Small Machines
Morningwood is the first album by the New York City band Morningwood. It was released on Capitol Records in 2006.
The album peaked at #102 on the Billboard 200 and #1 on the Heatseekers album chart.
Several tracks were used on the soundtracks of video games: "Nü Rock" on Burnout Revenge, Burnout Legends and SSX on Tour; "Jetsetter" on Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition Remix; and "Babysitter" on The Sopranos: Road to Respect.
"Nth Degree" was used in the CW television show One Tree Hill, as was and "Body 21". "New York Girls" was used in the 2008 film adaptation of HBO's Sex and the City.
Hot As Sun
One Cell In The Sea
A Fine Frenzy
One Cell in the Sea is the first studio album by A Fine Frenzy, the stage name of American singer-songwriter Alison Sudol, released under Virgin Records on July 17, 2007. The album debuted at #158 on the Billboard 200 and later peaked at #91.
Chelsea - The Remixes
Tegan And Sara
The Con is the fifth studio album by Canadian indie pop duo Tegan and Sara, released on July 24, 2007. The album charted at number 4 in Canada and at number 34 on the Billboard 200 in the United States. Two singles were released from the album, "Back in Your Head" and "The Con", which both had music videos filmed for them.
Guest performers on the album include Jason McGerr of Death Cab for Cutie, Matt Sharp of The Rentals and formerly of Weezer, Hunter Burgan of AFI and Kaki King.
Cults is the debut album by American indie pop band Cults. The album was released in the US on June 7, 2011 on In the Name Of, an imprint of Columbia Records. The album was recorded over the course of 2010 and early 2011. In early 2010, the band released an EP, which featured two of the songs to appear on the album; "Go Outside" and "Most Wanted". The song "Go Outside" was featured on the soundtrack of the game MLB 11: The Show on PlayStation 3. The song "Bad Things" also appears in the Hulu true crime drama series The Act during the end credits of the third episode "Two Wolverines", and it was sampled on the track "She Knows" by rapper J. Cole from the album Born Sinner. The song "You Know What I Mean" appears in episode 6 of Amy Poehler's show Russian Doll on Netflix.
Can We Go Wrong? - EP
Can We Go Wrong is the first solo EP by Hesta Prynn, formerly of the band Northern State. It was officially released on July 6, 2010, but was available weeks earlier through her own website and at her live concerts as the support act for Tegan and Sara. Even before the official release, the album received a positive review from Time Out New York.
In September 2010 Hesta Prynn released a video for the song "Can We Go Wrong". The video is a stop-motion video composed of 13,000 still images. The video was directed by NYC indie director Randy Scott Slavin and received much attention including a feature on MTV's "The Seven". Jared Leto of Thirty Seconds to Mars was intrigued by the video and took Hesta Prynn on tour in late 2010.
On December 8, 2010 the song "You Winding Me Up" was releases as a special 7" vinyl single containing two remixed versions of the song. The first is a mash-up with Blondie's Heart of Glass and the second is a remix by Bear Hands.
Thirteen Tales Of Love And Revenge
Thirteen Tales of Love and Revenge is the third studio album by American duo The Pierces, released on March 20, 2007 by Lizard King Records.
"Three Wishes" and "Secret" appeared in the December 5, 2007 episode of the teen drama television series Gossip Girl, titled "Hi, Society", where The Pierces made a cameo appearance as well; the music videos for "Boring" and "Secret" were included on the season 1 DVD. "Secret" is also the theme song for the teen drama television series Pretty Little Liars and some of its lyrics are quoted during an episode in the season 2 episode "Over My Dead Body". In 2019, a new version of "Secret" was performed by Denmark + Winter, also served as the theme from the Pretty Little Liars spin-off series Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists.
Interpreting The Masters Volume 1: A Tribute To Daryl Hall And John Oates
The Bird And The Bee
Interpreting the Masters Volume 1: A Tribute to Daryl Hall and John Oates is the third studio album by American indie pop duo The Bird and the Bee. It was released on March 23, 2010 by Blue Note Records and is a tribute album to Hall & Oates.
The album includes eight classic Daryl Hall and John Oates covers, along with the original song "Heard It on the Radio". Shirley Manson of the alternative rock band Garbage performs backing vocals during the chorus of their cover of the 1982 Billboard Hot 100 number-one single "Maneater".
The Waking Sleep
The Waking Sleep is the fourth studio album by the American singer-songwriter Katie Herzig. "Lost and Found" appeared on the episode "Your World" in the season 3 finale of the sitcom Cougar Town and on the episode "Take the Lead" in the eighth season of Grey's Anatomy. "Closest I Get" is also featured on Grey's Anatomy.
The album was released in the formats CD, Digital download and also is her first vinyl album.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 marks the finale of the epic vampire series and its soundtrack befittingly bleeds with moody romance and melancholy. Twilight consistently assembles strong soundtracks, and here, Twi-hards say goodbye to Bella and Edward to the tune of new tracks from Green Day ("The Forgotten"), Feist ("Fire in the Water") and Passion Pit, who open with wistful anthem "Where I Come From." Ellie Goulding's aptly-titled "Bittersweet," produced by her on-again/off-again boyfriend Skrillex, is a whimsical electropop dance track which warns: "You always want what you're running from." The follow-up from her Part 1 tearjerker, Christina Perri's "A Thousand Years (Part 2)" declares eternal love, while Reeve Carney's "New for You" trembles with devotion.
The Fool is the debut studio album by American singer and songwriter Ryn Weaver. It was released on June 16, 2015 by Mad Love and Interscope Records. The debut single, "OctaHate", was released on June 21, 2014. The album was made available to stream for free at the iTunes Store on June 9, 2015.
Santogold is the debut studio album by American artist Santigold. The album was released on April 29, 2008 in the United States and May 12 in the United Kingdom, on Downtown Records and Atlantic Records, respectively.
Blending a variety of musical genres ranging from new wave to alternative rock and reggae, the album was very well received by critics upon release and was noted for its "cross-genre confidence". It earned multiple spots on 'top albums of the year' lists from major music periodicals such as NME, Rolling Stone, and Spin, and was positively compared to several other artists, including Debbie Harry, Pixies, M.I.A., Goldfrapp, The Go-Go's, Joe Strummer, and The Slits. White, who was admittedly influenced by '80s new wave rock, based the music of "My Superman" from the song "Red Light" by Siouxsie and the Banshees.
The album spawned four singles, most notably "L.E.S. Artistes" and "Creator", and features appearances and/or production work from Bad Brains' Chuck Treece, Clifford Pusey of Steel Pulse, Diplo, Disco D, Freq Nasty, Spank Rock, Radioclit, Sinden, Switch, and Trouble Andrew.
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Finally Woken is the debut studio album by Welsh singer-songwriter Jem, released initially in the United States on 23 March 2004, with ATO Records.
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NIKKA COSTA VS. RICHARD VISSION
We Are Pilots
Shiny Toy Guns
We Are Pilots is the debut studio album by American electronic rock band Shiny Toy Guns. After previously being independently released throughout 2005, it was officially released on October 17, 2006, through Universal Motown in the United States and Mercury Records in the United Kingdom, with liner notes of the album referring to it as "version 3.0". Production, recording, and writing dates back as far as the early 2000s, with several songs being written during founding members Gregori Chad Petree and Jeremy Dawson's previous project, Dangerous Insects. Musically, We Are Pilots primarily uses influences of both rock music and electronic music whilst also incorporating elements of alternative rock, indie rock, pop, electropop, post-punk revival and disco, with the band receiving comparisons to The Killers and Franz Ferdinand.
We Are Pilots received generally positive reviews from music critics, with some complimenting its "refreshing" and "retro" sound whilst others criticized it as "lifeless" and "unoriginal". It topped the Billboard Heatseekers Album chart whilst also reaching number 90 on the Billboard 200.
Travelling Like The Light
V V Brown
Travelling Like the Light is the debut studio album by English musician V V Brown, released on 13 July 2009 by Island Records. Initially released in the United Kingdom, the album was digitally released in the United States on 2 February 2010 and was physically released on 20 April 2010. Brown was inspired by an unsuccessful romantic relationship when writing most of the album. Despite some mixed criticism towards its eclectic musical style, the album received generally positive reviews from most music critics.
No Sleep Tonight
Release Me is the second album by The Like, released in 2010 by Geffen Records under license to Downtown Records in the United States and international markets including the United Kingdom. It features the singles "Release Me" and "He's Not a Boy". The songs "Don't Make a Sound" is featured in the closing credits of the 2010 film The Next Three Days and "Walk of Shame" in the 2011 television film Mean Girls 2. Release Me has a 60s girl group inspired sound, described by one critic as "the Shangri-las as if they were backed The Kinks".
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