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  1. Fishing for Luckies

    Fishing for Luckies (1996)

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    Fishing for Luckies is an album by The Wildhearts that originated as a fan club-only release of newly recorded material, but has since been expanded and re-released with extra tracks.


  2. Total Control

    Total Control

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    Total Control is the fourth album by female emcee Yo-Yo. The album was released on October 29, 1996, on East West America/Elektra Records and featured production by Yo-Yo herself, DJ Battlecat, DJ U-Neek and Warren G.


  3. Mind Fruit

    Mind Fruit (1992)

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    Mind Fruit is a 1992 album by Opus III.


  4. Dynamite

    Dynamite (2000)

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    Dynamite is an album by Swedish singer-songwriter Stina Nordenstam, released in 1996. The album marked a turning point in her career as she experimented with introspective lyrics and darker musical tones, away from her jazz-influenced earlier albums.


  5. And She Closed Her Eyes

    And She Closed Her Eyes (1995)

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    And She Closed Her Eyes is the second album from Swedish singer-songwriter Stina Nordenstam. This album gave her a larger audience when the song "Little Star" produced by Kent (Gillström) Isaacs, was featured in Baz Luhrmann's 1996 film, Romeo + Juliet.


  6. Bite Down Hard

    Bite Down Hard (1991)

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    Bite Down Hard is the first Britny Fox album to feature singer Tommy Paris. It also features guest appearances by then Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Zakk Wylde and Poison drummer Rikki Rockett.


  7. Electric Head

    Electric Head (1996)

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    Electric Head is the debut album by English electronic artists The Grid, released in 1990.


  8. Guru Mother

    Guru Mother (1994)

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    Guru Mother is a 1994 album by Opus III. It features the dance club hit "When You Made The Mountain". The album contains positive lyrics including one track that is a Sanskrit prayer ("Guru Mother"). It integrates strands of Eastern spirituality (the belief that all nature is divine) with ecology. The CD booklet also included the poem "Let There Be Many Windows in Your Soul" by Ralph Waldo Trine. Singer Kirsty Hawkshaw commented on the booklet: "respect to all those who take big risks to preserve our beautiful countryside. to those who don't care about nature: without it we are nothing. all the sahaja yogis of the world and last but no least the holy spirit for guiding, inspiring and connecting us all the way."


  9. Justuss

    Justuss (1997)

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    Justuss is Canadian reggae musician Snow's third album. Like his second album Murder Love, Justuss is primarily a reggae album performed in Jamaican Patois and featured fellow reggae stars such as Yami Bolo, Nadine Sutherland, Buju Banton, Beenie Man, and Terror Fabulous. Because of his criminal record, Snow was unable to obtain a visa to promote Justuss in the United States. Despite being banned from Japan as well in 1996, the single “Boom Boom Boogie” reached number 29 in Japan.


  10. Murder Love

    Murder Love (1995)

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    Murder Love is Canadian reggae musician Snow’s second album. While his preceding album (12 Inches of Snow) featured a wide array of musical genres fusing hip-hop, pop, and reggae, Murder Love was recorded in Jamaica and primarily featured dancehall tracks. A number of songs featured dancehall legends Ninjaman, Half Pint, White Mice, and Nadine Sutherland, and Junior Reid produced and appeared on the track "Si Wi Dem Nuh Know We". While not producing a hit in the United States, the track "Sexy Girl" reached number one in Japan (becoming the 6th biggest hit of 1995) and the "Anything for You" remix became the top-selling single of 1995 in Jamaica. Ultimately, Murder Love reached number one the U.S. Reggae charts and "Si We Dem Nuh Know We" was nominated for a Juno for best reggae recording. Due to his criminal record, Snow was unable to enter the United States and promote the album.


  11. Ednaswap

    Ednaswap (1995)

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    Ednaswap is the first album by Los Angeles band Ednaswap, released in 1995 by East West Records. It was the band's only record for the East West record label. The album was never put into wide release and the band has said that it was a disappointing experience. They were released from their contract after the album was out. Ednaswap was almost immediately signed by Island Records.


  12. Sex & Misery

    Sex & Misery

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    Sex & Misery is the third studio album from UK-based alternative rock band Voice of the Beehive, which consisted at that point of founding members Melissa Brooke Belland and Tracey Bryn. Its production and release delayed due to personal and professional difficulties, the album was first distributed by East West Records in early 1996, almost five years after their previous studio effort, Honey Lingers. With just two of four released singles barely breaking onto the charts, the album was considered a critical and commercial disappointment and proved to be Voice of the Beehive's final recording. None of the tracks from Sex & Misery appear on the group's Best Of compilation, issued the following year by their original label, London Records.


  13. Toolbox

    Toolbox (2010)

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    Toolbox is the second solo album by Ian Gillan originally released only in Europe, Japan and Brazil on German label EastWest. It was Gillan's last album before his second comeback with Deep Purple in August 1992. The subsequent mammoth 10-month tour, which crossed Europe and South America, proved Ian Gillan to be a strong live attraction. Although Toolbox wasn't a big commercial success it is considered by many as one of Gillan's finest records. In the USA the album was first released in 1997.


  14. Earth Vs. the Wildhearts

    Earth Vs. the Wildhearts (1994)

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    Earth vs the Wildhearts is the debut studio album by British rock band The Wildhearts, released in 1993. The title is based on such B-movie titles as Earth vs. the Flying Saucers and Earth vs. the Spider.


  15. Honeychild

    Honeychild

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    Honeychild is the third solo studio album by New Zealand singer Jenny Morris, released in October 1991 (see 1991 in music) by East West Records. The album went for the same style as Morris's other two albums acoustic pop with a hint of dance music produced by Nick Launay, some songs co-produced by Mark Forrester. It included a cover version of the song "Tempted" by the English band Squeeze.


  16. For Ellington

    For Ellington (1988)

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    For Ellington is a tribute album by American jazz group the Modern Jazz Quartet featuring performances of compositions assiciated with Duke Ellington recorded in 1988 and released on the East West label.


  17. Memories Of A Colour

    Memories Of A Colour

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    Memories Of A Colour is the debut album by Swedish singer-songwriter Stina Nordenstam, released in 1991 (its title is written using both "colour" and "color" upon the packaging and CD label - see American and British English spelling differences).


  18. Electric Music

    Electric Music

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    Electric Music was the second album by Karl Bartos' "Elektric Music" project, recorded after his collaboration with UK band Electronic on their 1996 album Raise the Pressure and released in 1998. The entire album was written by Bartos and was, according to his website, an "exploration of the sound of the sixties — guitar pop out of the computer!"


  19. 2 Stepz Ahead

    2 Stepz Ahead (2002)

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    2 Stepz Ahead is the second album by Oxide & Neutrino, released on September 30, 2002. The album features two top 20 singles and peaked at #28 on the UK albums chart. The song "Shoot 2 Kill" was prominently featured in the film Ali G Indahouse and also appeared on the soundtrack.


  20. Happiness

    Happiness (1990)

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    Happiness is a 1990 album from British Pop band The Beloved. The album reached #14 on the UK Albums Chart on its release, in March 1990, and subsequently reached #154 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 200 Pop Albums Chart.


  21. Conscience

    Conscience (1993)

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    Conscience is a 1993 album from British pop band The Beloved. The album reached #2 on the UK Albums Chart on its release, and includes "Sweet Harmony", the first single taken from it, being the first single from the band which entered the UK Top Ten, peaking at Number 8. Both are the highest positions ever reached by The Beloved in Great Britain with an album and with a single release.


  22. Mysterio

    Mysterio (1992)

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    Mysterio is an album by Ian McCulloch, released 17 March 1992. This was McCulloch's second solo album since his departure from Echo & the Bunnymen in 1989. The album features a cover of the Leonard Cohen song "Lover, Lover, Lover," as well as a guest appearance on the song "Heaven's Gate" by Elizabeth Fraser of the Cocteau Twins. The album reached number 46 on the UK Albums Chart and number 39 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers chart.


  23. Uncertain Pleasures

    Uncertain Pleasures

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    Uncertain Pleasures is an album by Irish jazz singer Mary Coughlan first released in March 1990 under East West Records, a subsidiary of Warner Music Group (at the time known as WEA).


  24. Infrared Riding Hood

    Infrared Riding Hood (1995)

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    Infrared Riding Hood is the fifth and final album by the Seattle grunge band Tad. It was released on April 11, 1995 through EastWest/Elektra Records. This album is often regarded as Tad's best work. However, despite enthusiasm and hopes for a long awaited commercial breakthrough, their A&R representative was fired. Within one week, all of her bands, including Tad, were dropped from the label. The album sold poorly, having had very little promotion behind it and being carried by very few stores.


  25. Jennifer Batten's Tribal Rage: Momentum

    Jennifer Batten's Tribal Rage: Momentum

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    Jennifer Batten's Tribal Rage: Momentum is the second studio album by guitarist Jennifer Batten, released on August 5, 1997 through East West Records and reissued in June 2008 through Lion Music.


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