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  1. Electric Café

    Electric Café (1986)


    Electric Café is the ninth studio album by the electronic group Kraftwerk, originally released in 1986. In October 2009 it was re-released under its original working title, Techno Pop. The initial 1986 Electric Café came in versions sung in English and German, as well as a limited "Edicion Española" release, featuring versions of "Techno Pop" and "Sex Object" with only Spanish lyrics. It was the first Kraftwerk LP to be created using predominantly digital musical instruments, although the finished product was still recorded onto analog master tapes.

  2. Rise Up

    Rise Up (2010)


    Rise Up is the eighth studio album by Cypress Hill, which was released on April 20, 2010. It is their first album of new material in six years, following 2004's Till Death Do Us Part, and their first to be released on EMI's Priority Records, their first venture away from Columbia, who handled all of their previous releases.

  3. Animals

    Animals (2001)


    Animals is the tenth studio album by English progressive rock group Pink Floyd, released in January 1977. A concept album, it provides a scathing critique of the social-political conditions of late 1970s Britain, and presents a marked change in musical style from their earlier work. Animals was recorded at the band's studio, Britannia Row, in London, but its production was punctuated by the early signs of discord that several years later would culminate in keyboardist Richard Wright leaving the band. The album's cover image, a pig floating between two chimneys on Battersea Power Station, was conceived by bassist and writer Roger Waters, and photographed by long-time collaborators Hipgnosis.

  4. Shirley

    Shirley (1997)


    Shirley was Shirley Bassey's fourth studio album, her second for Columbia, and was recorded with Geoff Love and his orchestra. It was her first album to enter the top ten of the UK Albums Chart, a feat she would not duplicate until Something in 1970.

  5. Black Gives Way To Blue

    Black Gives Way To Blue (2009)


    Black Gives Way to Blue is the fourth studio album by the American rock band Alice in Chains, released in September 2009. The first Alice in Chains album in nearly fourteen years, Black Gives Way to Blue is their first release with new vocalist/guitarist William DuVall, who took over for the late Layne Staley. This is the first Alice in Chains album released on Virgin Records and their first venture away from Columbia, who handled all of their previous releases. The album has been certified gold by the RIAA on May 26, 2010, with shipments exceeding 500,000 copies and has sold 1 million copies worldwide.

  6. Have A Nice Day

    Have A Nice Day (2003)


    Have a Nice Day is the sixth studio album by Swedish pop duo Roxette, released worldwide in March 1999. This was the first international Roxette release in 4 years and their first brand new studio album since 1994's Crash! Boom! Bang! The album was not released in the U.S. as the duo were no longer signed to a record label there. Additional Spanish-language versions of "Wish I Could Fly", "Anyone" and "Salvation" were included as bonus tracks in some Spanish-speaking countries.

  7. The Violin Player

    The Violin Player (2001)


    The Violin Player was the first techno/pop album by classical and pop musician Vanessa-Mae, released in 1995 (see 1995 in music). It is also the first album Vanessa-Mae released on the EMI label. The Album was produced by Mike Batt, and recorded and mixed by Gareth Cousins, who also programmed the synthesisers and beats for the album.

  8. Autobahn

    Autobahn (2003)


    Autobahn is the fourth studio album by German electronic band Kraftwerk, released in November 1974. The 22-minute title track "Autobahn" was edited to 3:27 for single release and reached number 25 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and number 22 in the Australian chart, and performed even higher around Europe, including number 11 in the UK and number 12 in the Netherlands. This commercial success came after the band had released three experimental and purely instrumental albums. The single was believed to be Vertigo Records' only ever international hit.

  9. Fear Of The Dark

    Fear Of The Dark (2013)


    Fear of the Dark is the ninth studio album released by British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. Released on 11 May 1992, it was their third studio release to top the UK albums chart and last to feature Bruce Dickinson as lead vocalist until his return in 1999.

  10. A Matter of Life and Death

    A Matter of Life and Death (2009)


    A Matter of Life and Death is the fourteenth studio album by British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released on 25 August 2006 in Italy and Finland, and 28 August worldwide, excluding the US, Canada and Japan on 5 September. It is the first album in Iron Maiden's career to enter the US Billboard charts in the top 10, achieving significant chart success in many other countries as well.

  11. Ammos itane

    Ammos itane


    Ammos itane… (Greek: Άμμος ήτανε…; English: It was sand…) is the name of a studio album by popular Greek singer Marinella. The album is entirely composed by Nikos Antypas, with lyrics by Lina Nikolakopoulou. It was released on March 30, 2004 in Greece and Cyprus by EMI and it went gold, selling over 20,000 units.

  12. Piece Of Mind

    Piece Of Mind (2013)


    Piece of Mind is the fourth studio album by British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, originally released in 1983 by EMI, and by Capitol in the US, where it was reissued later by Sanctuary/Columbia Records. It was the first album to feature drummer Nicko McBrain, who had recently left the Paris-based band Trust and has been Iron Maiden's drummer ever since.

  13. Storm

    Storm (2003)


    Storm is a 1997 album by the violinist Vanessa-Mae.

  14. The Perfect Storm

    The Perfect Storm (2010)


    The Perfect Storm is the eighth studio album by American rapper Twista. The album was released on November 9, 2010. The album debuted with 14,939 copies at #38. The album had sold 19,000 by November 21, 2010. The album was produced mostly by The Legendary Traxster.

  15. News Of The World

    News Of The World (2011)


    News of the World is the sixth studio album by British rock group Queen, released in 1977. Containing the hit songs "We Will Rock You", "We Are the Champions" and "Spread Your Wings", it went 4x platinum in the United States, 2x platinum in the United Kingdom and achieved high certifications around the world.

  16. Please Hammer, Don't Hurt 'Em

    Please Hammer, Don't Hurt 'Em (1990)


    Please Hammer, Don't Hurt 'Em is the third album (and second major-label release) by MC Hammer, released between January 1, 1990 - February 12, 1990 by Capitol Records. The album was produced, recorded, and mixed by Felton Pilate and James Earley.

  17. Voyeur

    Voyeur (2001)


    Voyeur is a studio album by Kim Carnes, released in 1982 (see 1982 in music). Following the massive success of her previous album, this disc was considered a sales disappointment. It peaked at #49 on Billboard's album chart and sold approximately 300,000 copies in the US.

  18. Best Kept Secret

    Best Kept Secret (2000)


    Best Kept Secret is the fifth album by Scottish singer Sheena Easton. It was released in 1983 on EMI Records.

  19. Choreography

    Choreography (2004)


    Choreography is a Vanessa-Mae album featuring work by Vangelis, Bill Whelan, A. R. Rahman, Tolga Kashif, and Walter Taieb. She performs with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

  20. Pearls Of Passion

    Pearls Of Passion (2009)


    Pearls of Passion was Roxette's debut album, released on 31 October 1986. It was re-released internationally on CD on 31 October 1997 with some previously unreleased or single-only bonus tracks. It was re-mastered and re-released again in 2009. The album was originally only released in Scandinavia and Canada.

  21. Wish you were here

    Wish you were here (2003)


    Wish You Were Here is the ninth studio album by the English progressive rock group Pink Floyd, released in September 1975. It explores themes of absence, the music business and former band member Syd Barrett's mental decline. Inspired by material the band composed while performing across Europe, Wish You Were Here was recorded in numerous sessions at London's Abbey Road Studios. The premise of the album was based on a song written by the band called "Shine On You Crazy Diamond". "Shine On" was a tribute to Barrett, who, coincidentally, made an impromptu visit to the studio while it was being recorded. It was lead writer Roger Waters's idea to split the "Shine On" in two parts and use it to bookend the album around three new compositions, forming a new concept similar to their previous album, The Dark Side of the Moon.

  22. Powerslave

    Powerslave (2013)


    Powerslave is the fifth studio album by English heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released on 3 September 1984 on EMI in Europe and its sister label Capitol Records in the US. It was re-released by Sanctuary/Columbia Records in the US in 2002.

  23. Carnival

    Carnival (2006)


    Carnival is the fourth studio album from Australian singer/songwriter Kasey Chambers, released in Australia on 19 August 2006 and in the United States on 12 September 2006 (see 2006 in music).

  24. Songs of Love & Loss

    Songs of Love & Loss (2007)


    Songs of Love & Loss is the sixth studio album, and first cover album, by Australian singer and songwriter Tina Arena, released on 1 December 2007. The album was Arena's first full length English language recording in six years and her first album with EMI since her debut Strong as Steel in 1990. It peaked at No. 3 on the ARIA Top Albums Chart and was certified platinum a week after its release. "Until" was the only original song on the album. A French-language version of "Until" ("Ta vie") was featured on her next album 7 vies. "Woman" is featured in a remixed version here. The original is from her 2001 Just Me album.

  25. Heavy Nova

    Heavy Nova (1988)


    Heavy Nova is the ninth solo studio album by Robert Palmer, released in 1988. His first album for EMI Records after a 15-year association with Island Records (both with Vinegar Joe and as a solo artist), it followed Palmer's very popular album Riptide.

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