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The Best of 1990–2000 is the second greatest hits album by U2. It was released on November 5, 2002. The album contained two newly recorded tracks, "Electrical Storm" and "The Hands That Built America". The album also included "new mixes" of several songs, as well the tracks "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me" (which was released as a single in 1995 but had not previously been included on a U2 album) and "Miss Sarajevo" (also released as a single in 1995). Pressed on two 180G vinyl LP’s.
Pop is the ninth studio album by U2. It was produced by Flood, Howie B, and Steve Osborne, and was released on 3 March 1997 on Island Records. The album was a continuation of the band's 1990s musical reinvention, as they incorporated alternative rock, techno, dance, and electronica influences into their sound. The album features the singles 'Discotheque', 'Staring at the Sun', 'Last Night on Earth', 'Please', 'If God Will Send His Angels', and 'Mofo'. Remastered on 180G vinyl.
U2, the biggest name in rock music is back with their highly anticipated 14th studio album Songs of Experience. A collection of 13 songs in the form of intimate letters to places and people including family, friends and fans, featuring tracks ‘The Blackout” and first single ‘You’re The Best Thing About Me’.
Wide Awake in America is a four-track EP by the Irish rock band U2, released in 1985. It combines two live performances of songs from the group's 1984 album The Unforgettable Fire with two B-sides from the era, which had previously been available only in the United Kingdom. Featuring 'Bad (Live)', 'A Sort of Homecoming (Live)', 'The Three Sunrises', and 'Love Comes Tumbling'. Pressed on 180G vinyl.
''For The Many'' is the Birmingham reggae veterans' nineteenth studio album - their first since 2013's Getting Over The Storm Features UB40's founding members Robin Campbell (co-vocals/Guitar), Brian Travers (saxophone/keyboards), Jimmy Brown (drums), Earl Falconer (bass/keyboards/vocals) and Norman Hassan (percussion/vocals), alongside long-time members Duncan Campbell (vocals), Martin Meredith (saxophone), Laurence Parry (trumpet) and Tony Mullings (keyboards). Includes guest appearances from Birmingham rapper Gilly G, who features on the video Moonlight Lover and Jamaican artist/producer Kabaka Pyramid on Broken Man. UB40 are reunited with reggae deejays/artists Pablo Rider on I'm Alright Jack and Slinger on Gravy Train, both of whom appeared on the band's 1985 album Baggariddim. The album's closing track All We Do Is Cry sees the band collaborate again with British Asian urban musician Hunterz, who previously co-wrote and sang on UB40's single 'Reasons' from the 2005 album Who You Fighting For. In the same year, Hunterz performed the single on stage with UB40 and The Dhol Blasters at the Live 8 concert held in Hyde Park. Formed in Birmingham in 1978, UB40 named themselves after the UK government's unemployment benefit form. Their debut album Signing Off was released in August 1980 and is considered by many to be one of the greatest reggae albums ever released by a British band. It was the start of a career that led to 100 million record sales worldwide and dozens of hits, including Red, Red Wine, I Got You Babe and (I Can't Help) Falling in Love with You which all topped the charts across the world. The band had a run of hit albums that have spent a combined period of eleven years in the UK's Top 75 album chart, establishing UB40 as one of Britain's most successful bands of all-time.
180g heavyweight vinyl, gatefold sleeve, limited yellow color run. DRIFT SONGS expands and enhances a selection of the recordings the duo have released since they began their audio/visual experiment in November 2018. The album will be released as a single CD, double vinyl and crucially an all-encompassing box-set (6 CD / 1 Blu-Ray / book) featuring the music, visuals and text pieces released throughout the entire 52-week DRIFT.
After an awe-inspiring 20 years of blazing trails and dominating stages, UNEARTH is now institutionalized as a relentless force in heavy metal, standing the test of time with consistently triumphant creative output, tireless road warrior resilience, Blue Collar style workmanship and a resolute determination to deliver the goods.
Like Slayer, Cannibal Corpse, Testament and Anthrax before them, UNEARTH emerged as part of a burgeoning revolution in heavy music but continued to maintain their relevance and mastery of their craft. They’ve resisted and prevailed against changing trends, subcultural fashions and the way music is obtained and distributed with their credibility, integrity and unique persona intact.
Extinction(s) is the 7th studio album from the Massachusetts metal stalwarts, featuring the new trakcs "Incinerate" and "Survivalist". This is the sound of state-of-the-art heaviness!
Grammy-nominated ‘Defying Gravity’ celebrates its 10 year anniversary by being issued on vinyl for the first time. Featuring the hit singles “Sweet Thing”, “Kiss A Girl”, and “Only You Can Love Me This Way”, the album hit number one on the US Billboard 200 and Billboard Top Country charts.
Be Here is the fourth studio album by Keith Urban, originally released in 2004. The album produced three number 1 singles with "Days Go By", "Making Memories of Us" and "Better Life". Released for the first time on double vinyl for its 15th Anniversary!
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The fifth studio album by Keith Urban. The original album was released in November of 2006. It includes four singles with "Once in a Lifetime", "Stupid Boy", "I Told You So" and "Everybody", all of which were Top 10 hits on the Billboard country charts. The album has been certified 2× Platinum. Now available for the first time on double vinyl!
Eighth studio album from hard rock band from Orem, Utah. First release since critically acclaimed The Canyon (2017). 16 track album features lead tracks “Blow Me” and “Paradise Lost, a poem by John Milton.” Album reunites the band with longtime producer John Feldmann (Good Charlotte, Blink-182, Story of the Year) who’s collaborated on six albums from The Used. Double LP on Translucent Red w/ Rainbow Splatter Vinyl.
Eighth studio album from hard rock band from Orem, Utah. First release since critically acclaimed The Canyon (2017). 16 track album features lead tracks “Blow Me” and “Paradise Lost, a poem by John Milton.” Album reunites the band with longtime producer John Feldmann (Good Charlotte, Blink-182, Story of the Year) who’s collaborated on six albums from The Used. Indie Exclusive double LP, pressed on clear vinyl with multicolored splatter.
Double 180gm vinyl LP pressing in gatefold jacket. 2017 release. Energetic rock band The Used return with The Canyon, their seventh and most ambitious album to date. The album's MJ inspired lead single is "Over and Over Again". Formed in Orem, Utah in 2001, The Used have enjoyed much success over the course of their career, with three gold records and numerous top 20 chartings including 2014's Imaginary Enemy, which debuted at #14 on the Billboard Top 200. The band performed their first two records, Self Titled and In Love and Death, from front to back on sold out nationwide tour last year, which reinvigorated their fan base and left fans wanting more.