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  1. The Road To Hell Part 2

    The Road To Hell Part 2 (2005)


    The Road to Hell: Part 2 is a 1999 album by Chris Rea, released ten years after the first The Road to Hell.

  2. G

    G (2000)


    G (previously titled Just G) is the fourth studio album by American R&B singer Gerald Levert. The album was originally scheduled to be released on September 21, 1999 but was pushed back and released on March 7, 2000 after being delayed from its release. The album peaked at #2 on the Top R&B Albums and at #8 on the Billboard 200.

  3. Espresso Logic

    Espresso Logic (1994)


    Espresso Logic is the fourteenth studio album by Chris Rea, released in 1993. The US edition of the album has a significantly different track listing than other editions, as it also features songs from Rea's previous album, God's Great Banana Skin (not released in the US), along with "If You Were Me", a track recorded with Elton John for his 1993 Duets release. The cover art of the US edition is the same as the UK single "Espresso Logic". The song "Julia" was dedicated to his daughter Julia Christina, 4 years old at the time of the release of the album.

  4. Make Way for the Motherlode

    Make Way for the Motherlode (1991)


    Make Way for the Motherlode is the first album by Yo-Yo. The album was released on March 19, 1991, on East West America/Atlantic Records and featured production by Ice Cube, Sir Jinx and Del Tha Funkee Homosapien. The album did very well on the Billboard charts, peaking at #74 on the Billboard 200 and #5 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Two singles were released, "You Can't Play with My Yo-Yo" and "What Can I Do?", both of which featured Ice Cube. The album was more of a critical success than a commercial one, but it is usually considered to be one of the best female hip-hop albums of all time.

  5. Love and the Russian Winter

    Love and the Russian Winter (2008)


    Love and The Russian Winter is the seventh studio album by Simply Red, released on 2 November 1999. It marks a distinct change from the band's preceding albums as it has a more computer generated sound. The album was put out mainly due to pressure from their record label to fulfil their contract. The musicians who featured most are: Hucknall, Wright, Yashiki, Jaimes, Kirkham and Suzuki, all of whom, apart from Yashiki, were still a part of Simply Red in 2010.

  6. Octopus

    Octopus (1995)


    Octopus is the seventh full-length studio album recorded by the British synthpop band The Human League. It was produced by the former Tears for Fears keyboard player Ian Stanley and released by EastWest Records in 1995. It was the first new album from the Human League in five years after the termination of their long-term contract with Virgin Records. Octopus was the first Human League album which presented the band as a trio consisting of the singers Philip Oakey, Joanne Catherall and Susan Ann Sulley. The former Human League member Jo Callis and keyboard player Neil Sutton also contributed to the writing of the album.

  7. Stories Told & Untold

    Stories Told & Untold (1996)


    Stories Told & Untold is a reprise album by hard rock band Bad Company released in 1996. It was the last with the 1995 line-up of Bad Company including Robert Hart, who had replaced Brian Howe, on lead vocals. This album features re-recordings of Bad Company's biggest hits along with new songs.

  8. Company Of Strangers

    Company Of Strangers (1995)


    Company of Strangers is the eleventh studio album by hard rock band Bad Company, and their first with Robert Hart (in place of Brian Howe who had replaced Paul Rodgers in 1986 as lead vocalist), released in 1995. To date, it is the band's latest studio album of all-new material.

  9. King Of The Beach

    King Of The Beach (2006)


    King of the Beach is a 2000 album by Chris Rea.

  10. Lovers In The City

    Lovers In The City (1995)


    Lovers in the City is a 1995 album by Tanita Tikaram. Jennifer Warnes provided backing vocals on four tracks on the album. One of these songs, "I Might Be Crying", was released as lead single. A video for this single was filmed in Vietnam. Two other tracks released on single are "Wonderful Shadow" and "Yodelling Song". The record reached #75 in the UK charts.

  11. Kirya

    Kirya (2005)


    Kirya (an ancient Hebrew nickname for Jerusalem) was Ofra Haza's 1992 follow-up to the internationally successful Shaday (1988) and Desert Wind (1989). Building on her successful blend of European pop and traditional Middle Eastern sounds, the album was a logical next step for Haza. Musically, it applied the sensibilities of pop producer Don Was to traditional song writing and instrumentation; lyrically, it delivered powerful themes of longing, joy, and the plight of the downtrodden in several languages, much like Haza's earlier work.

  12. You Better Ask Somebody

    You Better Ask Somebody (1993)


    You Better Ask Somebody is the third album by Yo-Yo. It was released on June 22, 1993, on East West America/Atlantic Records and featured production by Ice Cube, N.W.A producer Laylaw, the Baker Boys, Derrick McDowell, Mister Woody and Tootie. The album peaked at #107 on the Billboard 200 and #21 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Two hit singles were taken from the album, "West Side Story", which reached #14 on the Hot Rap Singles, and "The Bonnie and Clyde Theme", which peaked at #1 on the Hot Rap Singles and featured Ice Cube.

  13. La Good Life

    La Good Life (2004)


    La Good Life is the second solo album from R&B singer/rapper K.Maro. The first official single from the album was "Femme Like U ". The album was sold a bit more than 650 000 units.

  14. A New Day At Midnight

    A New Day At Midnight (2002)


    A New Day at Midnight is the sixth studio album by British singer-songwriter David Gray, released on 28 October 2002 in the UK by East West Records and IHT Records and 5 November 2002 in the US by the former RCA imprint ATO Records and iht as well. The album entered the UK Albums Chart at No. 1 upon its opening week, and spent a total of 49 weeks on the chart.

  15. Everybody's Angel

    Everybody's Angel (1991)


    Everybody's Angel is a 1991 album by Tanita Tikaram. Jennifer Warnes provided backing vocals on some tracks on the album. One of these songs, "Only the Ones We Love", was released as lead single. Later a new version of "I Love the Heaven's Solo" was released as second and last single.

  16. Eleven Kinds Of Loneliness

    Eleven Kinds Of Loneliness (1992)


    Eleven Kinds Of Loneliness is a 1992 album by Tanita Tikaram. All songs have been written and produced by the singer herself. "You Make the Whole World Cry" was the only single to be released from this album.

  17. People Are Strange

    People Are Strange (2000)


    People Are Strange is an album by Swedish singer-songwriter Stina Nordenstam. A collection of covers, the album was released in 1998.

  18. Lost Songs 95-98

    Lost Songs 95-98 (2001)


    Lost Songs 95–98 is the fifth studio album by musician David Gray, released in February 2001. The songs on the album were written between 1995 and 1998, and recorded across nine days in October 1999.

  19. Whispers

    Whispers (2005)


    Whispers is the title of the second studio album by singer-songwriter & producer Thomas Anders, released in 1991. The album was produced by Paul Muggleton & Mike Paxman (Nick Kamen) and mixed by Stephen W Tayler. Some tracks for the album were provided by songwriters of Roxette (Per Gessle) and Jennifer Rush (Candy DeRouge). It features a remake of The Stylistics' classics Can't Give You Anything (But My Love). Backing vocals were provided by Judie Tzuke and Don Snow (ex-Squeeze). The Sweet Hello, The Sad Goodbye, Can't Give You Anything (But My Love) and True Love were released as singles.

  20. Falling Into Infinity

    Falling Into Infinity (1997)


    Falling Into Infinity is the fourth studio album by American progressive metal band Dream Theater, released on September 23, 1997 through EastWest Records. It is the band's first and only studio album to feature keyboardist Derek Sherinian following the departure of Kevin Moore in 1994.

  21. Loup Garou

    Loup Garou (1996)



  22. Awake

    Awake (1994)


    Awake is the third studio album by American progressive metal band Dream Theater, released on October 4, 1994 through East West Records. It was the last Dream Theater album to feature keyboardist Kevin Moore, who announced his decision to leave the band during the recording of the album.

  23. Horse Of A Different Color

    Horse Of A Different Color (1999)


    Horse of a Different Color is a 1999 album by Willy DeVille. The album consists of original compositions and remakes of traditional Black music titles such as Fred McDowell's “Going over the Hill,” and Andre Williams' "Bacon Fat."

  24. P.H.U.Q.

    P.H.U.Q. (1995)


    P.H.U.Q. is the second full length album by British Rock band The Wildhearts, which was released on 22nd May 1995 on East West Records and entered the UK Albums Chart at #6.

  25. Scratch The Surface

    Scratch The Surface (1994)


    Scratch the Surface is Sick of It All's third (official) studio album, released in 1994. It was the band's first major label recording on Eastwest Records, their first venture away from an indie label.

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