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  1. A New Thought For Christmas

    A New Thought For Christmas (2008)


    A New Thought For Christmas is a 2008 Christmas album by rock singer Melissa Etheridge. It is her tenth studio release, overall. The album was released on September 30, 2008.

  2. Mott The Hoople

    Mott The Hoople (2008)


    Mott the Hoople is the debut album by the band of the same name. It was produced by Guy Stevens and released in 1969 by Island Records in the UK, and in 1970 by Atlantic Records in the US.

  3. Uh Huh Her

    Uh Huh Her (2004)


    Uh Huh Her is an sixth studio album by British singer-songwriter PJ Harvey. The album was written, recorded and produced over a two-year period by the singer/songwriter herself. She also played every instrument in the album – a first from Harvey since 4-Track Demos in 1993 – with the exception of the final drum tracks, added by long-time collaborator Rob Ellis. It was released in May 2004.

  4. Boy

    Boy (2008)


    Boy is the debut album from Irish rock band U2, released October 20, 1980. Produced by Steve Lillywhite, the album received generally positive reviews. Common themes among the album's songs are the thoughts and frustrations of adolescence. The album included the band's first United Kingdom hit single, "I Will Follow". Boy's release was followed by U2's first tour of continental Europe and the United States.

  5. What About Now

    What About Now (2013)


    What About Now is the twelfth studio album by American rock band Bon Jovi. Produced by John Shanks, the album was released on March 8, 2013 in Australia and March 12, 2013 in the United States. The album is promoted throughout the band's 2013 Because We Can: The Tour. The album debuted at #1 in the U.S., where it sold 101,000 copies in its first week debuting at #1 on the Billboard 200. What About Now became their third album in a row to hit #1 in US after The Circle and Lost Highway and their fifth #1 album during their career. The album has sold over 1 million copies worldwide, going gold in the UK selling 100,000 copies.

  6. Rattle and Hum

    Rattle and Hum (1990)


    Rattle and Hum is the sixth studio album by rock band U2 and companion rockumentary directed by Phil Joanou, both released in 1988. The film and the album feature live recordings, covers, and new songs. To a greater extent than on their previous album, The Joshua Tree, the band explores American roots music, and incorporates elements of blues-rock, folk rock, and gospel in their sound. The motion picture was filmed primarily in the United States in late 1987 during the Joshua Tree Tour and it features their experiences with American music. Although Rattle and Hum was intended to represent the band paying tribute to rock legends, some critics accused U2 of trying to place themselves amongst the ranks of these artists. While critical reception was mixed, the album was a commercial success, reaching the number one spot in several countries and selling 14 million copies.

  7. Love Is Dead

    Love Is Dead (2008)


    Love Is Dead is the debut studio album by Estonian recording artist Kerli. It was released in the United States on July 8, 2008 by Island Records. The album peaked at number 2 on the U.S. Heatseekers Albums chart, which measures the popularity of albums by new artists. It also reached #126 on the Billboard 200 and the top spot on the Estionian Albums Chart.

  8. This Is The One

    This Is The One (2009)


    This Is the One is the second Island Records English studio album by Japanese American pop singer-songwriter Utada, released by Island in 2009. The album was originally set to be released in Japan on March 4 but was pushed back to March 14. In the United States, the album was digitally released on March 24 and was released physically on May 12. However, This Is the One was only released in North America, Japan and some parts of Asia, and has yet to be released in Europe, Oceania and Latin America unlike her previous album Exodus. In Japan, This Is the One topped the Oricon's International Album chart and peaked at number three on the Weekly chart. In the United States, the album peaked at number 69 on the Billboard 200 chart. This Is the One was the supporting album of Utada's 2010 tour Utada: In The Flesh 2010. On December 21, 2009, the Dirty Desire remixes were released.

  9. Exodus

    Exodus (2005)


    Exodus is the ninth studio album released by Jamaican reggae band Bob Marley and the Wailers. On 3 December 1976 an assassination attempt was made on Bob Marley’s life in which his chest was grazed and his arm was struck, but he survived. Following the attempt Marley left Jamaica and was exiled to London where Exodus was recorded. It was on 3 June 1977 that Exodus was released on Island Records. Exodus is widely considered to be the album that propelled Marley to international stardom. In 2007 Exodus was remastered and re-released for its 30th anniversary. The re-release sparked new interest in the album which many argue is one of Marley’s best works. Exodus has more tracks on Marley’s greatest hits album, Legend which is the highest selling reggae album of all time, than any of his other records.

  10. Mostasteless

    Mostasteless (1999)


    Mostasteless is the first album by Twiztid. Released on November 25, 1997, it was the first album on Psychopathic Records by an artist other than the label's founders, Insane Clown Posse, although an extended play by Project Born had previously been released on the label. It was released in the US by Island Records on June 22, 1999, and peaked at #8 on the 'Billboard Heatseekers chart and #149 on the Billboard 200.

  11. Heavy Soul

    Heavy Soul (2009)


    Heavy Soul is the fourth album by English singer-songwriter Paul Weller, originally released on 23 June 1997 (5 August in the US). The album received largely favourable reviews. It sold enough to be the number one album on its week of release, however it was denied this position on a technicality - five images within the album's booklet were replaced with postcards of the images in the Special Edition release, meaning that sales of the Special Edition did not count towards the album's sales as they were defined as free gifts.

  12. A Child's Adventure

    A Child's Adventure (1994)


    A Child's Adventure is the tenth album by Marianne Faithfull, released on Island Records in 1983.

  13. This Time Around

    This Time Around (2000)


    This Time Around was released in 2000 and is the fifth album by American pop rock group Hanson. Although Hanson had several albums in between, This Time Around is their first standard studio release since 1997s Middle of Nowhere.

  14. Sweet 7

    Sweet 7 (2011)


    Sweet 7 is the seventh and final studio album by British girl group the Sugababes, released on 15 March 2010 in the United Kingdom by Island Records. Production for the album began in April 2009 and was completed in January 2010. Sweet 7 is the first release since the controversial departure of Keisha Buchanan, who was replaced by 2009 Eurovision Song Contest entry Jade Ewen in September 2009. As a result of the group line-up change, Sweet 7 was re-recorded to feature the vocals of new member Ewen and for the removal of former member Buchanan's vocals. In addition, this is the first album that features no original members.

  15. Hopes and Fears

    Hopes and Fears (2004)


    Hopes and Fears is the debut album by English alternative rock band Keane and was released on 10 May 2004 in the United Kingdom. It topped the UK album charts upon release, was the second best-selling British album of 2004, behind Scissor Sisters' self-titled album, and has since gone 9× platinum. It returned to the top of the charts after winning a Brit Award for Best Album in February 2005. With more than 2.7 million copies sold in the UK, it was ranked the 11th best-selling album of the 2000s in the UK. In July 2011, it was ranked the 9th biggest-selling album of the 21st century in the UK.

  16. Angels with Dirty Faces

    Angels with Dirty Faces (2002)


    Angels with Dirty Faces is the second studio album by English girl group Sugababes. It was released by Island Records in the UK on 26 August 2002 and in most European territories by September 2002. The album marked the band's debut on the Island label, following their split with London Records in 2001, and was their first regular release to be recorded under the second line-up, including new-member Heidi Range, who replaced founding member Siobhán Donaghy.

  17. Natty Dread

    Natty Dread (2001)


    Natty Dread is a 1974 reggae album by Bob Marley & The Wailers. An important transition in Marley's discography, Natty Dread was the first album released as Bob Marley & the Wailers (as opposed to The Wailers) and the first recorded without former bandmates Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer. It is also the first album recorded with the I-Threes, a female vocal trio that included Bob's wife, Rita Marley, along with Marcia Griffiths and Judy Mowatt.

  18. Pressure Drop

    Pressure Drop (2003)


    Pressure Drop is Robert Palmer's second solo album, released in 1975. Palmer is backed by Little Feat and other musicians. The title track is a cover version of the reggae hit by Toots & the Maytals. However, many other songs on the album use New Orleans funk ... along with smooth, dated disco ballads smothered in strings. David Jeffries' review says that the album is considered too blue-eyed and polished for fans of Palmer's more gutsy moments but concludes that Pressure Drop has grown into the great overlooked album in Palmer's discography.

  19. Shangri La

    Shangri La (2013)


    Shangri La is the second studio album by English indie rock artist Jake Bugg. It was released on 18 November 2013. The album was produced by Rick Rubin and named after his studio in Malibu, California, where recording took place in the summer of 2013.

  20. You're Awful, I Love You

    You're Awful, I Love You (2009)


    You're Awful, I Love You is the third album by St. Louis pop punk band Ludo and the band's first to be released by Island Records. The title comes from a lyric in their single, "Love Me Dead." The song "Love Me Dead" was featured in a summer 2008 promo for the television series House.

  21. The Artist In The Ambulance

    The Artist In The Ambulance (2003)


    The Artist In The Ambulance is Thrice's third album, but their first on a major label. The album peaked at #16 on The Billboard 200 charts. As with The Illusion of Safety, a portion of the sales of this CD were donated to a charitable cause. In this case, it was the Syrentha J. Savio Endowment. This foundation provides chemotherapy and other medication for those who cannot afford it.

  22. Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory

    Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory (1989)


    Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory, released in 1973, was the seventh album and sixth studio album by English rock band Traffic. It followed their 1971 album The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys and contained five songs. Shoot Out, while achieving poorer reviews than its predecessor, did reach number six on the Billboard Pop Albums chart, one space higher than Low Spark had peaked in 1972. Like its predecessor, the original jacket for the Shoot Out LP had its top right and bottom left corners clipped. The album was remastered for CD in 2003.

  23. Lessons to be Learned

    Lessons to be Learned (2008)


    Lessons to Be Learned is the debut album by Australian singer-songwriter Gabriella Cilmi, released in the United Kingdom on 31 March 2008 by Island Records and in Australia on 10 May 2008 by Mushroom Records. Co-written and produced by the hit team Xenomania, the album takes its title from a line in the song "Sweet About Me", which would become a worldwide hit.

  24. X

    X (2002)


    X (pronounced ten) is the eighth studio album by English rock band Def Leppard, released in 2002 by Island Records. Much like 1996's Slang, it featured another departure from their signature sound by moving into the pop genre. The album charted at No. 11 on The Billboard 200 and No. 14 on the UK Albums Chart. Most of the album was produced by Pete Woodroffe and the band, with remaining tracks produced by either Marti Frederiksen or Per Aldeheim and Andreas Carlsson. This is the first Def Leppard album in which drummer Rick Allen actively took part in song-writing. On all of the band's prior albums, he is only credited with helping co-write 3 tracks. On this album alone, he co-wrote 11.

  25. Fans

    Fans (2003)


    Fans is a 1984 album by Malcolm McLaren. It is an attempt by to fuse opera with 1980s R&B and contains adaptations of pieces from famous operas such as Madama Butterfly and Carmen. The opera recordings were made at the Unitarian Church, Belmont, Massachusetts by Stephen Hague and Walter Turbitt.

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