Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Everyday Things

Jammin' Me
Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
Let Me Up (I've Had Enough) (MCA, 2002)

Cave-In
The Gruesomes
Cave In! (2002, Tyrant Records)

Wouldn't It Be Nice
The Beach Boys
Pet Sounds [Mono Version-Remastered] (EMI, 2000)

She Cried
Lords of Altamont
Lords Have Mercy (Gearhead, 2005)

One Track Mind
The Knickerbockers
Lies: The Very Best Of The Knickerbockers (Collectables, 1998)

Jammin' Me
Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
Let Me Up (I've Had Enough) (MCA, 2002)

Cave-In
The Gruesomes
Cave In! (2002, Tyrant Records)

Wouldn't It Be Nice
The Beach Boys
Pet Sounds [Mono Version-Remastered] (EMI, 2000)

She Cried
Lords of Altamont
Lords Have Mercy (Gearhead, 2005)

One Track Mind
The Knickerbockers
Lies: The Very Best Of The Knickerbockers (Collectables, 1998)

Let's Turkey Trot
Little Eva
The Best of Little Eva (Collectables, 1991)

And Your Bird Can Sing
The Beatles
Revolver (Parlaphone, 1966)

Doesn't Anybody Hear It
The Novaks
The Novaks (Sonic, 2005)

I'm Not Talking
Yardbirds
Ultimate! (Rhino, 2001)

Everyday Things
The Plimsouls
Children Of Nuggets: Original Artyfacts From The Second Psychedelic Era 1976-1995 (Rhino, 2005)

Red Planet

You Only Live Once
The Strokes
First Impressions of Planet Earth (RCA, 2006)

Well All Right
Blind Faith
Blind Faith (Polygram, 1990)

Apres Ski
Krontjong Devils
On Tour! (Telstar, 2000)

Tijuana Boots
Los Straitjackets
The Velvet Touch Of Los Straitjackets (1999, Yep Rock)

Roadhouse Blues
The Doors
Best Of The Doors (Wea International, 1990)

Title:Ain't Nothin' To Do
Dead boys
Younger, Louder and Snottier (Bomp Records, 1997)

Don't Start Me To Talkin'
Sonny Boy Williamson
Essential Sonny Boy Williamson (MCA, 1993)

Red Planet
Zombina & The Skeletones
Staci Stasis (Ectoplastic Records, 2005)

Gimme Gimme Good Lovin'
Crazy Elephant
25 All-Time Greatest Bubblegum Hits: The Ultimate Bubblegum Collection( Varese Records, 2000)

Hearse Full Of Souls
Evan Foster
Instrumentals (Musick, 2004)

One Day

Satisfaction
Andrew Oldham Orchestra
Rolling Stones Songbook (Universal, 2004)

Sock It To Me, Baby!
Mitch Ryder and The Detroit Wheels
Rev-Up: The Best of Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels (Rhino, 1989)

Flight
The Waldos
Rent Party (Sympathy for the Record Industry, 1994)

He Ain't No Angel
Leola & the Lovejoys
The Daisy/Tiger Records Story (Sundazed, 2003)

She's A Rebel
Green Day
American Idiot (Reprise, 2004)

Over Under Sideways Down
The Yardbirds
Album: Ultimate!

Delayrium
Laika and The Cosmonauts
Amazing Colossal Band (Upstart, 2000)

The Russian
Band of Bees
Free The Bees (Astralwerks, 2005)

One Day
The Vacancies
A Beat Missing or a Silence Added (Blackheart, 2005)

I Want You
The Troggs
20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of the Troggs (Mercury, 2004)

All Tomorrow's Party

(I'm Gonna) Run Away)
Joan Jett and The Blackhearts
I Love Rock N Roll (Blackheart, 1998)

No More
The Greenhornes
Sewed Soles (V2 Records, 2005)

Please Go Home
The Rolling Stones
Flowers (Abkco, 2002)

Sergio Leone
Dom Mariani and Majestic Kelp
Dom Mariani & The Majestic Kelp (Head Records, 2003)

Wade In The Water
Ramsey Lewis Trio
Time Flies (Narada, 2004)

(Ain’t That) Good News
Les Paul (with Jeff Beck & Sam Cooke)
American Made World Played (Capitol, 2005)

I Don't Want To Spoil The Party
The Beatles
Beatles For Sale (EMI, 1964)

Light of Love
All Tomorrow's Party
Yoo Doo Right, Yoo Doo Slide (Alive, 2005)

Rock Therapy
Johnny Burnett Trio
Rockabilly Boogie (Bear Family, 1994)

My-My Kind Of A Girl
The Ramones
Subterranean Jungle (Rhino, 2002)

Green Onions
Booker T and the MG's
The Very Best of Booker T. & the MG's (Atlantic, 1994)

Playlist

I Get Around
The Beach Boys
All Summer Long (Capitol, 1964)

Long Tall Sally
The Kinks
Long Tall Sally (Pye, 1964)

I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor
Arctic Monkeys

Baby Let's Twist
The Dictators
Bloodbrothers (Elektra/Asylum, 1978)

Radio Revolution
The Vacancies
Beat Missing Or A Silence Added (Blackheart, 2005)

00-711
The Ventures
Single Collection

Fine Jung Thing
Electric Flag
Trip Soundtrack

I'm A King Bee
The Rolling Stones
England's Newest Hitmakers - The Rolling Stones (London, 1964)

Cretin Hop
The Ramones
Rocket To Russia (Sire, 1977)

Friday on My Mind
The Easybeats
Friday On My Mind (SINGLE) (Parlophone, 1966)

Heart in a Cage
The Strokes
First Impressions Of Earth (RCA, 2006)

I'm Ready
Hubert Sumlin
About Them Shoes (Tone-Cool, 2004)

Welcome To My Head
Willie Nile
Streets Of New York (00:02:59, 2006)

Booker T. & The MG's Hip Hug Her

Chicken Pickin
Lonnie Mack
Teen Beat Volume 4 (Ace)

Ski-ing
George Harrison

You Better Move On
ALO Orchestra

Carmina Burana: Ave Formosissima
Carl Orff

Sugar Sugar
Wilson Pickett
Sugar Sugar (Atlantic, 1970)

Have You Ever Loved Somebody
The Searchers
Have You Ever Loved Somebody (Pye, 1966)

Walk Of Fame
Boink!
Teenacide Pajama Party (Teenacide, 2004)

The Way I Walk
Robert Gordon
Robert Gordon With Link Wray (Ace, 1997)

Galaxy Gramophone
The Soundtrack of Our Lives
Present From The Past (Warner, 2005)

Hip Hug Her

Chicken Pickin
Lonnie Mack
Teen Beat Volume 4 (Ace)

Ski-ing
George Harrison

You Better Move On
ALO Orchestra

Carmina Burana: Ave Formosissima
Carl Orff

Sugar Sugar
Wilson Pickett
Sugar Sugar (Atlantic, 1970)

Have You Ever Loved Somebody
The Searchers
Have You Ever Loved Somebody (Pye, 1966)

Walk Of Fame
Boink!
Teenacide Pajama Party (Teenacide, 2004)

The Way I Walk
Robert Gordon
Robert Gordon With Link Wray (Ace, 1997)

Galaxy Gramophone
The Soundtrack of Our Lives
Present From The Past (Warner, 2005)

Hip Hug Her
Booker T. & The MG's

Movin'
The Astronauts

Steady, As She Goes
The Raconteurs
Broken Boy Soldiers (V2, 2006)

Movin'
The Astronauts

Steady, As She Goes
The Raconteurs
Broken Boy Soldiers (V2, 2006)

Retro Playlist

One Day
The Vacancies
Beat Missing Or A Silence Added (Blackheart, 2005)

Over Under Sideways Down
The Yardbirds
Over Under Sideways Down (SINGLE) (Columbia, 1966)

When I Look In Your Eyes
The Romantics
Super Hits (Epic)

Galaxy Gramophone
The Soundtrack of Our Lives
Present From The Past (Warner, 2005)

Outside Chance
The Turtles
Outside Chance (SINGLE) (White Whale, 1966)

Mouthbreather
Evan Foster
Instrumentals (Musick Recordings, 2004)

Vibrato In The Grotto
Ben Vaughn
Mood Swings (Restless)

Not Fade Away
The Rolling Stones
England's Newest Hitmakers - The Rolling Stones (London, 1964)

Rosalyn
The Pretty Things
Rosalyn (SINGLE) (Fontana, 1964)

You Don't Love Me
The Birds
Collector's Guide To Rare British Birds (Decca, 1999)

Bo Diddley
Bo Diddley
I'm A Man (Checker, 1955)

Devil in Her Heart
The Beatles
With The Beatles (Parlophone, 1963)

Cool Playlist

Amsterdam
Len Price 3
Chinese Burn (Laughing Outlaw, 2005)

Frankenstomp
Satan's Pilgrims
Mood Music For Modern Lovers

Forked Tongue
Mongo Santamaria

I'm Crying
The Animals
Best of the Animals (Abkco, 1987)

Come Back Baby
The Charms
Pussycat (Red Car, 2005)

Welcome To My Head
Willie Nile
Streets Of New York

A Look Behind
The Rippers
Rippers (Screaming Apple, 2005)

Stuck In The Middle With You
Stealer's Wheel
Stealer's Wheel (A&M, 1973)

New Kind of Kick
The Cramps
Children of Nuggets: Original Artyfacts From the Second Psychedelic Era 1976-1996 (Rhino, 2005)

Monkeyface
Kare & The Cavemen
Jet Age (Virgin Records Norway, 1997)

Voyage Of The Trieste
The Chocolate Watchband
Melts in Your Brain Not on Your Wrist: The Complete Recordings 1965 to 1967 (Big Beat UK, 2005)

I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor
Arctic Monkeys
Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I Am Not (Domino, 2006)

Another Cool Playlist

Monkey Time
Major Lance
Monkey Time (SINGLE) (Okeh, 1963)

A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You
The Monkees
Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You (SINGLE) (Colgems, 1967)

(You Must Fight To Live) On the Planet of the Apes
The Mummies
Death By Unga Bunga! (Estrus, 2003)

One Monkey Don't Stop No Show, Pt. 1
Honey Cone
One Monkey Don't Stop No Show (SINGLE) (Hot Wax, 1971)

Spy On Me
Evan Foster
Instrumentals (Musick Recordings, 2004)

Surf Beat
Dick Dale
King Of The Surf Guitar: The Best Of Dick Dale & His Del-Tones (Rhino, 1989)

Rock Billy Boogie
The Johnny Burnette Trio
Rockbilly Boogie (Bear Family, 1989)

Walk Of Fame
Boink!
Teenacide Pajama Party (Teenacide, 2004)

All She Wrote
Ray Davies
Other People's Lives (V2 Records, 2006)

I Don't Want To Grow Up
The Ramones
Adios Amigos! (Radioactive, 1995)

Keep The Dream Alive
Oasis
Don't Believe The Truth (Epic, 2005)

Reef Break
The Atlantics
Point Zero

Cool Playlists

Pretty Little Angel Eyes
Curtis Lee
Pretty Little Angel Eyes (Dunes, 1961)

Amsterdam
Len Price 3
Chinese Burn (Laughing Outlaw, 2005)

Tony Rome
Nancy Sinatra
Nancy In London (Reprise)

All She Wrote
Ray Davies
Other People's Lives (V2 Records, 2006)

Rice Pudding
Jeff Beck
Beck-Ola (Epic, 1969)

Blow Big Jay
Screamin' Jay Hawkins

Questions
Buffalo Springfield
Last Time Around (Atco, 1968)

Good Vibrations
The Troggs
Good Vibrations (SINGLE) (Penny Farthing, 1974)

Mr. Soul
Buffalo Springfield
Buffalo Springfield Again (Atco, 1967)

Money For Soul
Baby Woodrose
Money For Soul (Bad Afro, 2003)

Good Time Boy
Buffalo Springfield
Buffalo Springfield Again (Atco, 1967)

Buffalo Stomp
Buffalo Springfield

Joss Stone Introducing Joss Stone

Introducing Joss Stone is the third studio album by English soul singer Joss Stone, released in March 2007 on Relentless Records in the United Kingdom and on Virgin Records and EMI in other parts of the world.

1. "Change (Vinnie Jones Intro)" (Glenn Standridge, Tarsha Proctor-Standridge) – 0:35
2. "Girl They Won't Believe It" (Joss Stone, Raphael Saadiq) – 3:15
3. "Headturner" 1 (Stone, Billy Mann, Otis Redding) – 3:16
4. "Tell Me 'Bout It" (Stone, Saadiq, Robert Ozuna) – 2:48
5. "Tell Me What We're Gonna Do Now" (featuring Common) (Stone, Alonzo "Novel" Stevenson, Tony Reyes, Lonnie Lynn) – 4:22
6. "Put Your Hands on Me" (Stone, Saadiq) – 2:58
7. "Music" 2 (featuring Lauryn Hill) (Stone, Stevenson, Reyes, Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean, Samuel Michel) – 3:41
8. "Arms of My Baby" (Stone, Danny P, Jonathan Shorten) – 2:52
9. "Bad Habit" (Stone, Danny P, Shorten) – 3:48
10. "Proper Nice" 3 (Stone, Saadiq, Robert Ozuna, Chalmers "Spanky" Alford, Vincent Corea, Jeanne Roberts) – 3:24
11. "Bruised but Not Broken" (Diane Warren) – 4:15
12. "Baby Baby Baby" (Stone, Danny P, Shorten) – 4:34
13. "What Were We Thinking" (Stone, Saadiq) – 4:24
14. "Music Outro" (Stone, Saadiq) – 3:48 (at 2:30 there is a hidden track featuring Vinnie Jones)

Fall Out Boy Infinity on High

Infinity on High is Fall Out Boy's fourth studio album. It is the follow up to their 2005 album From Under the Cork Tree. Originally planned for release at the end of 2006, it was changed to early 2007. Infinity on High debuted at number-one on the U.S. Billboard 200 and has since been certified platinum by the RIAA.

1. "Thriller" – 3:29
2. ""The Take Over, the Breaks Over"" – 3:33
3. "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race" – 3:32
4. "I'm Like a Lawyer with the Way I'm Always Trying to Get You off (Me & You)" – 3:31
5. "Hum Hallelujah" – 3:50 (Fall Out Boy, Cohen)
6. "Golden" – 2:32
7. "Thnks fr th Mmrs" – 3:23
8. "Don't You Know Who I Think I Am?" – 2:51
9. "The (After) Life of the Party" – 3:21
10. "The Carpal Tunnel of Love" – 3:23 (Fall Out Boy, Eisold)
11. "Bang the Doldrums" – 3:31
12. "Fame < Infamy" – 3:06
13. "You're Crashing, But You're No Wave" – 3:42
14. "I've Got All This Ringing in My Ears and None on My Fingers" – 4:06
15. "G.I.N.A.S.F.S." A.K.A. "Gay Is Not a Synonym for Shitty" (Limited Edition Bonus Track)
16. "It's Hard To Say 'I Do' When I Don't" (Limited Edition Bonus Track)
17. "Dance, Dance" (Live) (Limited Edition Bonus Track)
18. "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race" (Live) (Limited Edition Bonus Track)
19. "Thriller" (Live) (Limited Edition Bonus Track)

Ayumi Hamasaki A BEST 2 -BLACK

A BEST 2 -BLACK- is one of two CDs in the greatest hits anthology A Best 2 by Japanese pop singer-songwriter Ayumi Hamasaki. It was released on February 28, 2007 in Japan along with its counterpart A Best 2 -White-. The album debuted at #1 in Japan on its first day and took #2 in the weekly chart as well as in several countries throughout Asia and #2 on the United World Chart.

1. Dearest (from I am...)
2. Carols (from My Story)
3. No way to say (from Memorial Address)
4. HANABI (Fireworks, HANABI?) (from RAINBOW))
5. walking proud (from My Story)
6. Free & Easy (from RAINBOW))
7. Endless sorrow (from I am...)
8. Because of You (from Memorial Address)
9. About You (from My Story)
10. Game (from My Story)
11. is this Love? (from (miss)understood)
12. Hanabi ~Episode II~ (Fireworks ~Episode II~, Hanabi ~Episode II~ ?) (from Memorial Address)
13. Never Ever (from I am...)
14. Heaven (from (miss)understood)
15. part of Me (previously unreleased)
16. Memorial Address ~take 2 version~ [Secret Track] (from Memorial Address)

Mika Life in Cartoon Motion

Life in Cartoon Motion is the début album by pop singer Mika, produced by Greg Wells and Mika, mixed by Greg Wells, with co-production on two songs by Jodi Marr and John Merchant, released on Island Records on February 5, 2007 in the UK, and on Universal/Motown Records on March 27, 2007 in the U.S..

The single "Grace Kelly" stayed at #1 in the UK for seven weeks straight and became a #1 hit in many countries. The album debuted at #1 in the UK, selling 5.6 million copies worldwide since its release and counting. Be warned listening to this album may cause serious feelings of happiness and hope, not to mention making your soul feel of colour. The album cover of Life in Cartoon Motion has since been used in an iPod Touch commercial.

1. "Grace Kelly" (Mika, Jodi Marr, John Merchant, Dan Warner) – 3:07
2. "Lollipop" - 3:03
3. "My Interpretation" (Mika, Jodi Marr, Richie Supa) – 3:35
4. "Love Today" – 3:55
5. "Relax, Take It Easy" – 4:30 (contains a prelude monologue to "Any Other World")
6. "Any Other World" – 4:19
7. "Billy Brown" – 3:14
8. "Big Girl (You Are Beautiful)" – 4:08
9. "Stuck in the Middle" – 4:08
10. "Happy Ending" – 4:35 / 10:21 (includes hidden track "Over My Shoulder" – 4:45)

Katharine McPhee

Katharine McPhee is the eponymous debut album from American Idol season five runner-up, Katharine McPhee. The album was released on January 30, 2007 by RCA Records. It debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200, selling 116,000 copies in its first week, behind Norah Jones' Not Too Late.

1. "Love Story" Nate Hills, Kara DioGuardi, Corte Ellis Danja 03:08
2. "Over It" Josh Alexander, Billy Steinberg, Ruth-Anne Cunningham Josh Alexander & Billy Steinberg 03:35
3. "Open Toes" Nate Hills, Kara DioGuardi, The Clutch, Balewa Muhammad, Candice Nelson, Katharine McPhee Danja 03:23
4. "Home" Kara DioGuardi, John Shanks Marti Frederiksen & Kara DioGuardi 04:07
5. "Not Ur Girl" Nate Hills, Kara DioGuardi, Corte Ellis, Katharine McPhee Danja 03:58
6. "Each Other" Nate Hills, Kara DioGuardi, Corte Ellis Danja 03:59
7. "Dangerous" Nate Hills, Corte Ellis Danja 03:51
8. "Ordinary World" Walter Afanasieff, Emanuel Kiriakou, Lindy Robbins Walter Afanasieff & Emanuel Kiriakou 03:50
9. "Do What You Do" Harvey Mason Jr., Damon Thomas, James Fauntleroy II, Makeba Riddick, Robin Tadross The Underdogs 03:13
10. "Better Off Alone" Austin Carroll, Susan Marshall Emanuel Kiriakou 04:04
11. "Neglected" Nate Hills, Kara DioGuardi, Balewa Muhammad, Katharine McPhee Danja 04:50
12. "Everywhere I Go" Babyface, Ernest "Bishop Young Don" Dixon Babyface 03:48
13. "I Lost You" (Bonus Track) The Underdogs 03:46

Madonna The Confessions Tour

The Confessions Tour is the Grammy Award winning second live album by American singer-songwriter Madonna, released on January 26, 2007 by Warner Bros. Records. It was recorded during the London dates of her hugely successful 2006 Confessions Tour and contains a double disc CD+DVD format. The DVD disc contains the show shot at Wembley Arena, directed by Jonas Åkerlund and the CD contains highlights from the concert. In some countries a DVD only version was also released. The album was banned in Singapore

"Future Lovers/I Feel Love" Madonna, Mirwais Ahmadzaï, Donna Summer, Peter Bellotte, Giorgio Moroder 8:00
2. "Like a Virgin" Tom Kelly, Bill Steinberg 4:13
3. "Jump" Madonna, Stuart Price, Joe Henry 4:53
4. "Confessions" Madonna, Patrick Leonard, Daniel "Cloud" Campos, Sofia Boutella, Leroy "Hypnosis" Barnes 3:53
5. "Isaac" Madonna, Stuart Price 6:45
6. "Sorry" Madonna, Stuart Price 5:03
7. "Sorry" (Remix) Madonna, Stuart Price 3:44
8. "I Love New York" Madonna, Stuart Price 5:36
9. "Let It Will Be" Madonna, Stuart Price, Mirwais Ahmadzaï 4:45
10. "Music Inferno" Madonna, Mirwais Ahmadzaï, Leroy Green, Tyrone Kersey 7:41
11. "Erotica" Madonna, Shep Pettibone, Anthony Shimkin 4:55
12. "Lucky Star" Madonna 3:50
13. "Hung Up" Madonna, Stuart Price, Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus
contains a sample of "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)" performed by ABBA 9:50

Klaxons Myths of the Near Future

Myths of the Near Future is the Mercury Prize-winning debut album released by English band Klaxons on 29 January 2007 through Polydor Records. Myths of the Near Future contains re-recorded versions of "Gravity's Rainbow", "Atlantis to Interzone" and "Four Horsemen of 2012", along with the singles "Magick", "Golden Skans" and, most recently, "It's Not Over Yet". It is named after Myths of the Near Future, a collection of short stories by British writer J. G. Ballard. It was recorded in Battle, East Sussex. Some people have complained about the loudness of the album clipping the sound.

All tracks by Klaxons except where noted.

1. "Two Receivers" – 4:18
2. "Atlantis to Interzone" – 3:18
3. "Golden Skans" – 2:45
4. "Totem on the Timeline" – 2:41
5. "As Above, So Below" – 3:58
6. "Isle of Her" – 3:54
7. "Gravity's Rainbow" – 2:37
8. "Forgotten Works" – 3:26
9. "Magick" – 3:30
10. "It's Not Over Yet" Cover of "Not Over Yet", written by Rob Davies/Paul Oakenfold/Michael Wyzgowski – 3:35
11. "Four Horsemen of 2012" – 19:42

Norah Jones Not Too Late

Not Too Late is the third album by American jazz and pop singer Norah Jones, released by EMI in Australia on January 27, 2007 and by Blue Note Records in the United States on January 30, 2007. It was produced by Lee Alexander, a songwriter and bassist on Jones's previous albums (Come Away with Me and Feels like Home). It reached number one in the United States and the United Kingdom.

1. "Wish I Could" (Norah Jones, Lee Alexander)
2. "Sinkin' Soon" (Alexander, Jones)
3. "The Sun Doesn't Like You" (Jones, Alexander)
4. "Until the End" (Jones, Alexander)
5. "Not My Friend" (Jones)
6. "Thinking About You" (Jones, Ilhan Ersahin)
7. "Broken" (Jones, Alexander)
8. "My Dear Country" (Jones)
9. "Wake Me Up" (Jones, Alexander)
10. "Be My Somebody" (Jones)
11. "Little Room" (Jones)
12. "Rosie's Lullaby" (Jones, Daru Oda)
13. "Not Too Late" (Jones, Alexander)
14. "2 Men" (Jones, Alexander) (Japan bonus track)

The Shins Wincing the Night Away

The Shins is a United States indie rock group comprising singer, songwriter and guitarist James Russell Mercer, keyboardist/guitarist/bassist Martin Crandall, bassist/guitarist Dave Hernandez, drummer Jesse Sandoval, and Eric Johnson of the Fruit Bats. Their sound draws on several musical genres, including pop, alternative, alternative country, and folk. The Shins are based in Portland, Oregon

Wincing the Night Away, the Grammy nominated third album by indie rock group The Shins, was released by Sub Pop Records on January 23, 2007. It is the band's final album under their current contract. Recording for the album occurred in James Mercer’s basement studio, Phil Ek’s home in Seattle, and in Oregon City with veteran producer Joe Chicarelli (Beck, U2).

All songs written by James Mercer.

1. "Sleeping Lessons" – 3:58
2. "Australia" – 3:57
3. "Pam Berry" – 0:57
4. "Phantom Limb" – 4:48
5. "Sea Legs" – 5:23
6. "Red Rabbits" – 4:33
7. "Turn on Me" – 3:41
8. "Black Wave" – 3:19
9. "Spilt Needles" – 3:46
10. "Girl Sailor" – 3:44
11. "A Comet Appears" – 3:49

Saliva Blood Stained Love Story

Blood Stained Love Story is the fifth album by hard rock band Saliva which was released on January 23, 2007. This is their first album with new guitarist Jonathan Montoya after the departure of Chris D’abaldo. The entire album, including bonus tracks, was leaked onto filesharing networks on Sunday, January 21, 2007.

1. "Ladies and Gentlemen" - 3:37
2. "Broken Sunday" - 3:53
3. "Never Gonna Change" - 4:09
4. "King Of The Stereo" - 3:42
5. "One More Chance" - 3:55
6. "Going Under" - 3:56
7. "Twister" - 3:18
8. "Black Sheep" (featuring John 5) - 5:23
9. "Starting Over" - 3:59
10. "Here With You" - 4:06

John Mellencamp Freedom's Road

Freedom's Road is a 2007 album by John Mellencamp. It debuted on the Billboard 200 at number five in late January 2007, becoming the highest debuting album of Mellencamp's career. The song Our Country received significant exposure prior to the release of the album, as it was featured in frequently-aired commercials for Chevrolet trucks.

All songs written by John Mellencamp.

1. "Someday" – 3:08
2. "Ghost Towns Along The Highway" – 4:40
3. "The Americans" – 5:11
4. "Forgiveness" – 4:30
5. "Freedom's Road" – 4:19
6. "Jim Crow" – 3:22
7. "Our Country" – 3:47
8. "Rural Route" – 3:08
9. "My Aeroplane" – 4:41
10. "Heaven Is A Lonely Place" – 4:32
11. "Rodeo Clown" [hidden track after several minutes of silence] – 4:25

Monday, April 28, 2008

UGK (Underground Kingz)

UGK (Underground Kingz) is the perennially delayed seventh album from the rap duo UGK. It is the first double CD from UGK and includes 26 tracks.

The album includes collaborations with Z-Ro, T.I., Talib Kweli, Rick Ross, Jazze Pha, Kool G Rap, Big Daddy Kane, Slim Thug, Dizzee Rascal, Too Short, Charlie Wilson, Middle Fingaz, OutKast, Three 6 Mafia, and many more. Production will mainly come from Pimp C and N.O. Joe, but Lil' Jon, Jazze Pha, Swizz Beatz, DJ Paul & Juicy J, Scarface and Marley Marl.

The first single was believed to be "Stop-N-Go," but it was confirmed that the first single was "The Game Belongs To Me", produced by N.O. Joe.. The second single was "International Player's Anthem (I Choose You)" featuring OutKast, and the video was released on 106 and Park, June 16, 2007. The track is a remix of "Players Anthem" featuring Three 6 Mafia (both versions were produced by DJ Paul and Juicy J). The album debuted #1 on the Billboard 200 with 156,000 copies sold in its first week.

The album has sold 516,000 copies as of December 2007

"Swishas And Dosha" Below, co-produced by Pimp C "From Step to You" by Stephen J. Rideau 5:11
2 "Int'l Players Anthem (I Choose You)" DJ Paul & Juicy J OutKast "I Choose You" by Willie Hutch 4:19
3 "Chrome Plated Woman" Pimp C "Hercules" by Allen Toussaint 4:17
4 "Life Is 2009" Scarface, additional production by Randy "Big Tyme" Jefferson Too Short "Life is... Too Short" by Too Short 4:07
5 "The Game Belongs To Me" N.O. Joe and AVEREXX, co-produced by Pimp C 5:32
6 "Like That (Remix)" Below, co-produced by Pimp C 3:50
7 "Gravy" AVEREXX, co-produced by Pimp C 4:57
8 "Underground Kingz" Pimp C 4:33
9 "Grind Hard" DJ B-Do, co-produced by Pimp C Young T.O.E. and DJ B-Do 4:03
10 "Take tha Hood Back" The Runners Slim Thug, Vicious and Middle Fingaz 5:36
11 "Quit Hatin' the South" Pimp C Charlie Wilson and Willie D "Let's Straighten It Out" by Benny Latimore 6:08
12 "Heaven" Pimp C and N.O. Joe 4:20
13 "Trill Niggas Don't Die" John Bido, Yung Fyngas and Joe Traxx, co-produced by Pimp C Z-Ro "I Just Want to Celebrate" by Nick Zesses & Dino Fekaris 4:26
1 "How Long Can It Last" Pimp C and N.O. Joe Charlie Wilson "Something in the Past" by One Way 6:47
2 "Still Ridin' Dirty" Scarface Scarface "The Fix" by Scarface 5:19
3 "Stop-N-Go" Jazze Pha Jazze Pha 4:00
4 "Cocaine" N.O. Joe and The Blackout Movement, co-produced by Pimp C Rick Ross 4:50
5 "Two Type of Bitches" MoMo, co-produced by Pimp C and N.O. Joe Dizzee Rascal and Pimpin’ Ken "Daddy Could Swear, I Declare" by Gladys Knight & The Pips 4:56
6 "Real Women" N.O. Joe and Pimp C Talib Kweli and Raheem DeVaughn "You Can't Hide Love" by Earth, Wind, & Fire 4:32
7 "Candy" Scarface, co-produced by Randy "Bigg Tyme" Jefferson "Bridge Thru Time" by Lonnie Liston Smith 3:30
8 "Tell Me How Ya Feel" Jazze Pha 4:25
9 "Shattered Dreams" Pimp C Sleepy Brown "Goin' Thru School and Love" by Raydio 5:14
10 "Like That" Lil Jon 2:49
11 "Next Up" Marley Marl Big Daddy Kane and Kool G Rap "The Symphony" by Juice Crew 3:05
12 "Living This Life" N.O. Joe and Joe Scorsese "Free" by Goodie Mob
"Free at Last" by Al Green 5:07
13 "Outro" Cory "Mo" 0:49
14 "Player's Anthem" (Chopped & Screwed by OG Ron C) (bonus track) Juicy J & DJ Paul Three 6 Mafia "I Choose You" by Willie Hutch 5:31
15 "Player's Anthem" (bonus track) Juicy J & DJ Paul Three 6 Mafia "I Choose You" by Willie Hutch 3:20
16 "Hit the Block" (bonus track) Swizz Beatz T.I. "Spit Your Game (Remix)" by The Notorious B.I.G. 3:58
17 "Top Drop Dyme"
(Best Buy bonus track)
Cory "Mo" Cory "Mo" 4:05

Plies The Real Testament

The Real Testament is the major-label debut from rapper Plies. It was released on August 7, 2007 in the United States.

1 "The Real Testament (Intro)" Papa Duck 2:09
2 "100 Years" Midnight Black 3:50
3 "I Kno U Workin'" Hen & Ro/Hall Of Tunez, Inc. 4:16
4 "On My Dick" Gold Ru$h 3:54
5 "1 Mo Time" J. R. Rotem 3:47
6 "I Am the Club" J. R. Rotem 3:44
7 "Runnin' My Momma Crazy" DVS 4:15
8 "Shawty" Drumma Boy & Ensayne T-Pain 4:15
9 "Friday" J. R. Rotem 3:39
10 "Goons Lurkin'" Midnight Black 3:52
11 "Kept It Too Real" The Beat Eaters 4:55
12 "You" Jay E Tank 3:38
13 "Money Straight" Hen & Ro/Hall Of Tunez, Inc. 4:23
14 "Hypnotized" Akon Akon 3:09
15 "Murkin' Season" Hen & Ro/Hall Of Tunez, Inc. 3:49
16 "Got 'Em Hatin' (Bonus Track)" Nitti 3:50
17 "Bid Long (Bonus Track)" Bei Maejor 4:08
18 "Water (Bonus Track)" DJ Nasty & L.V.M 3:21
19 "Ain't Slippin' (Bonus Track)" Hen & Ro/Hall Of Tunez, Inc. 4orty 3:38

Common Finding Forever

Finding Forever is the Grammy Award Winning seventh album by Common, released on July 31, 2007 on G.O.O.D. Music/Geffen Records. Like Common's previous album, Be (2005), Finding Forever is primarily produced by Kanye West. The album debuted at the number one on the Billboard 200, selling 155,000 units in the first week, becoming Common's first chart-topper.

1 "Intro" 1:17 Derrick Hodge — —
2 "Start the Show" 3:14 Kanye West Kanye West

* Contains samples from "By the Time I Get to Phoenix" by Dorothy Ashby

3 "The People" 3:24 Kanye West Dwele (additional vocals)

* Contains samples from "Long Red" by Mountain
* Contains samples from "We Almost Lost Detroit" by Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson
* Contains drum sample from "Let The Drums Speak" by Fatback Band

4 "Drivin' Me Wild" 3:42 Kanye West Lily Allen

* Contains samples from "Love Has Fallen on Me" by Rotary Connection

5 "I Want You" 4:30 will.i.am will.i.am

* Contains samples from "Feel Like Making Love" by Bob James
* Contains samples from "Baby, This Love I Have" by Minnie Ripperton

6 "Southside" 4:44 Kanye West Kanye West

* Contains samples from "If There's a Will, There's a Way" by Don Covay

7 "The Game" 3:32 Kanye West —

* Contains samples from "Tezeta" by Seyfu Yohannes
* Contains samples from "Half Good, Half Sinner" by O.C. (vocal sample)
* Contains samples from "The Corner" by Common (vocal sample)

8 "U, Black Maybe" 5:02 Kanye West Bilal

* Contains samples from "Black Maybe" by Stevie Wonder & Syreeta Wright

9 "So Far to Go" 4:27 J Dilla D'Angelo

* Utilizes the J Dilla beat "Bye"
* Contains samples from "Don't Say Goodnight (It's Time for Love)" by The Isley Brothers
* Contains skit plays from "As Long as He Lies Perfectly Still" by Soft Machine

10 "Break My Heart" 3:39 Kanye West —

* Contains samples from "Someday" by George Duke

11 "Misunderstood" 4:46 Devo Springsteen Bilal

* Contains samples from "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" by Nina Simone

12 "Forever Begins" 7:36 Kanye West Lonnie "Pops" Lynn

* Contains samples from "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover" by Paul Simon
* Contains samples from "She's Leaving Home" by Syreeta

13 "Play Your Cards Right"
(United Kingdom & iTunes bonus track)
3:07 Karriem Riggins Bilal

* Contains samples from "Under the Street Lamp" by Joe Bataan

TI T.I. vs. T.I.P.

T.I. vs. T.I.P. is the fifth studio album released by Atlanta rapper T.I. The album was released on July 3, 2007. In the first week of sales, the album went nearly gold, selling 468,000. The album received mostly lukewarm reviews. However, it has been nominated for a Grammy.

1 "Act I (T.I.P.)" T.I. and Kannon "Caviar" Cross, additional production by Just Blaze 2:22
2 "Big Shit Poppin' (Do It)" Mannie Fresh Samples a guitar riff from the song Top Gun Anthem, the theme of the movie Top Gun 3:51
3 "Raw" Lil C 4:47
4 "You Know What It Is" Wyclef Jean, Jerry 'Wonder' Duplessis, Sedeck "All Hands on Deck" Jean and Keith "Lil' Wonda" Duplessis 4:54
5 "Da Dopeman" Mannie Fresh Contains a sample from "Dopeman (Remix)" by N.W.A 5:09
6 "Watch What You Say To Me" Khao, co-produced by Bao Quoc Pham & Steve Holdren Jay-Z 4:45
7 "Hurt" Danja Alfa Mega, Busta Rhymes 4:47
8 "Act II (T.I.)" T.I. and Caviar, additional production by Just Blaze 1:46
9 "Help Is Coming" Just Blaze Contains samples from "Somebody's Gonna Off The Man" by Barry White 4:25
10 "My Swag" Wyclef Jean, Wonda, All Hands on Deck and Keith Lil' Wonda Wyclef Jean 4:34
11 "We Do This" The Runners 3:33
12 "Show It to Me" Tony Galvin Nelly 3:18
13 "Don't You Wanna Be High" The Runners 3:59
14 "Touchdown" Eminem and Jeff Bass Eminem 4:42
15 "Act III (T.I. vs. T.I.P.) The Confrontation" T.I. and Caviar, additional production by Just Blaze 1:46
16 "Tell'em I Said That" Danja 4:50
17 "Respect This Hustle" Danja 4:26
18 "My Type" Keith Mack 4:50

Fabolous From Nothin' to Somethin'

From Nothin' to Somethin' is Fabolous' fourth studio album released on June 12, 2007.

It debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200 and #1 on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and Top Rap Albums charts, selling 159,000 copies in its first week and 500,000 worldwide. The album has been certified Gold for sales of 542,000 .

Def Jam had pushed back the release date five times, starting with December 19 to February 27, then to March 23, then to April 17, next to May 18, and to its final release date on June 12 (as listed on the Def Jam Records website).

1 "From Nothin' To Somethin' Intro" Reefa 2:54
2 "Yep, I'm Back" Freebass 4:27
3 "Change Up" Akon Akon 4:26
4 "Make Me Better" Timbaland Ne-Yo 4:12
5 "Baby Don't Go" Jermaine Dupri T-Pain 3:36
6 "Return of the Hustle" Just Blaze Swizz Beatz 4:17
7 "Gangsta Don't Play" Reefa Junior Reid 4:23
8 "Real Playa Like" Polow da Don Lloyd 4:07
9 "First Time" Big Tank Rihanna 3:53
10 "Diamonds" Steve Morales & Raymond "Sarom" Diaz Young Jeezy 4:16
11 "Brooklyn" Versatile Jay-Z & Uncle Murda 3:56
12 "I'm the Man" Reefa Red Cafe 3:28
13 "Joke's on You" Don Cannon Pusha-T 4:31
14 "What Should I Do" Amadeus Lil' Mo 4:26
15 "This is Family" (bonus track) Nova Paul Cain, Freck Billionaire, Red Cafe, Joe Budden & Ransom 6:53

DJ Khaled We the Best

We the Best is the second album by Miami mixtape DJ and Terror Squad member DJ Khaled, which was released on June 12, 2007. Guest appearances include Fat Joe, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Birdman, T.I., Akon, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, T-Pain, Dre, The Game, Trick Daddy, Young Jeezy, Plies, Juelz Santana, Jim Jones, Cassidy, Jadakiss, Ja Rule, Styles P, Trina, and Paul Wall.

On June 5, 2007, a web-rip of the album was leaked to the Internet and the retail version was leaked the following day. The album debuted at number eight on the Billboard 200 with 79,000 copies sold in its first week. As of November 2007, the album has sold 251,700 copies in the United States.

1 "Intro (We the Best)" Rick Ross DJ Khaled 1:57
2 "The Movement (skit)" K.Foxx Siphiwe 0:22
3 "We Takin' Over" Akon, T.I., Rick Ross, Fat Joe, Birdman & Lil' Wayne Danja 4:23
4 "Brown Paper Bag" Dre, Young Jeezy, Juelz Santana, Rick Ross, Lil' Wayne & Fat Joe Cool & Dre 4:57
5 "I'm So Hood" T-Pain, Trick Daddy, Rick Ross & Plies The Runners 4:15
6 "Before the Solution" Beanie Sigel & Pooh Bear DJ Khaled 4:29
7 "I'm From the Ghetto" Dre, The Game, Jadakiss & Trick Daddy Cool & Dre 5:06
8 "'S' on My Chest" Lil' Wayne & Birdman Kane Beatz 4:10
9 "Bitch I'm From Dade County" Trick Daddy, Trina, Rick Ross, Brisco, Flo-Rida, C-Ride & Dre Diaz Brothers 5:46
10 "The Originators" Bone Thugs-N-Harmony Cool & Dre 6:18
11 "New York Is Back" Jadakiss, Fat Joe & Ja Rule Cool & Dre 5:54
12 "The Streets"
(Best Buy bonus track)
Shareefa & Willy Northpole The Runners 3:46
13 "No Hook"
(Best Buy bonus track)
Jim Jones, Styles P, Cassidy & Rob Cash Steve Morales 3:55
14 "Choppers"
(Best Buy bonus track)
Dre, Joe Hound & C-Ride Cool & Dre 4:47

Young Jeezy Presents USDA: Cold Summer (The Authorized Mixtape)

Young Jeezy Presents USDA: Cold Summer (The Authorized Mixtape) is the debut mix tape from the hip hop trio, USDA. It was officially released on May 22, 2007, although it was leaked as of May 17th. The album was released by his own Corporate Thugz Entertainment and will be distributed through Def Jam.

The lead single is "White Girl", produced by Drumma Boy. The second lead single is "Corporate Thuggin'".

1 "Focus" The Black Mob 03:42
2 "White Girl" Drumma Boy 03:55
3 "Get It Up" Arnaz Smith 04:12
4 "Check" T.A. 04:12
5 "Corporate Thuggin'" Arnaz Smith 03:24
6 "Throw This Money" Midnight Black 03:41
7 "Pam" Arnaz Smith 03:45
8 "Quickie" Drumma Boy 03:44
9 "Live My Life" Tony Rey & Cliff Brown Scar 03:34
10 "Ride Tonight" Alfred Gaines Jr. 03:44
11 "What It Is" T.A. 03:55
12 "I Keep Tellin' Myself" Arnaz Smith 03:35
13 "Respect Da Shield" Sanchez Holmes Roccett & 211 04:07
14 "Go Getta" (Remix) Drumma Boy R. Kelly, Jadakiss & Bun B 03:52

Bone Thugs-n-Harmony Strength & Loyalty

Strength & Loyalty, originally titled The Bone Thugs Story, is an album by Cleveland rap group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony. The album was released on May 8, 2007.

Strength & Loyalty was Bone Thugs-n-Harmony's first major album after an absence of nearly five years. The album contains guest appearances by Akon, Autumn Rowe, Bow Wow, Felecia, Mariah Carey, Swizz Beatz, The Game, Twista, will.i.am, and Yolanda Adams. Producers include Akon, DJ Toomp, Jermaine Dupri, Mally Mall, Neo Da Matrix, Pretty Boy & Bradd Young, Street Radio, Swizz Beatz, The Individuals, Ty Fyffe, and will.i.am. The executive producer of the album was Swizz Beatz.

The album debuted at number two on the Billboard 200. The album has so far reached Gold sales status, selling 569,000 copies worldwide.

1. "Flow Motion 2" - 3:09
* Produced by The Individuals.
* Contains samples from "Sky High" by Jigsaw
2. "Bumps in the Trunk" (featuring Swizz Beatz) - 4:25
* Produced by The Individuals.
3. "Wind Blow" - 4:18
* Produced by Pretty Boy and Bradd Young.
* Contains samples from "The Chain" by Fleetwood Mac
4. "I Tried (So Hard)" (featuring Akon) - 4:47
* Produced by Akon.
5. "Lil Love" (featuring Mariah Carey and Bow Wow) - 3:52
* Produced by Jermaine Dupri.
6. "C-Town" (featuring Twista) - 5:05
* Produced by Neo Da Matrix.
* Contains samples from "Trust in Me" by Lenny Williams
7. "Order My Steps (Dear Lord)" (featuring Yolanda Adams) - 3:57
* Produced by Pretty Boy and Bradd Young.
8. "Streets" (featuring The Game and will.i.am) - 4:21
* Produced by will.i.am
* Contains samples of "Across 110th Street" by Bobby Womack
9. "9mm" - 4:43
* Produced by Street Radio.
10. "Gun Blast" - 3:37
* Produced by Ty Fyffe.
11. "Candy Paint" (featuring Swizz Beatz and Autumn Rowe) - 3:45
* Produced by Swizz Beatz.
12. "So Good So Right" - 3:35
* Produced by Mally Mall.
* Contains samples of "So Good, So Right" by Brenda Russell
13. "Sounds the Same" - 4:25
* Produced by Toomp.
14. "Never Forget Me" (featuring Akon) - 4:46
* Produced by Akon.
15. "Just Vibe" (Best Buy Bonus)
* Produced by Pretty Boy.
* Contains samples of "Blaze It" by Bone Thugs-n-Harmony

Timbaland Presents Shock Value

Timbaland Presents Shock Value is the second solo studio album, and fifth album overall, by record producer and rapper Timbaland. It is his second album without partner Magoo (who is featured on one song), and Timbaland's first release on his own imprint, the Interscope Records-distributed Mosley Music Group. Shock Value features a long list of guest artists, among them Justin Timberlake, Sebastian, Keri Hilson, Nelly Furtado, Missy Elliott, 50 Cent, Dr. Dre, OneRepublic, and more.

1. "Oh Timbaland" (Timbaland) Timbaland, Nina Simone) - 3:30
2. "Give It to Me" (featuring Nelly Furtado and Justin Timberlake ) (Timbaland, co-produced by Danja) - 3:54
3. "Release" (featuring Justin Timberlake) (Timbaland) - 3:25
4. "The Way I Are" (featuring Keri Hilson and D.O.E.) (Timbaland, co-produced by Danja) - 3:21
5. "Bounce" (featuring Dr. Dre, Missy Elliott, and Justin Timberlake) (Timbaland) - 4:04
6. "Come and Get Me" (featuring 50 Cent, Tony Yayo (Timbaland, co-produced by Danja) - 3:45
7. "Kill Yourself" (featuring [ Sebastian]] and Attitude) (Timbaland) - 4:06
8. "Boardmeeting" (featuring Magoo) (Timbaland, co-produced by Danja) - 2:29
9. "Fantasy" (all vocals by Money) (Walter "Lil Walt" Millsap III, co-produced by Boss Beats) - 4:11
10. "Scream" (featuring Keri Hilson and Nicole Scherzinger) (Timbaland, co-produced by Danja) - 4:58
11. "Miscommunication" (featuring Keri Hilson and Sebastian) (Danja) - 3:19
12. "Bombay" (featuring Amar and Jim Beanz) (Timbaland) - 3:00
13. "Throw It on Me" (featuring The Hives) (Timbaland) - 2:10
14. "Time" (featuring She Wants Revenge) (Timbaland) - 3:58
15. "One and Only" (featuring Fall Out Boy) (Timbaland, co-produced by Hannon Lane) - 4:16
16. "Apologize" (Remix) (featuring OneRepublic) (Greg Wells and Ryan Tedder, co-produced by Timbaland) - 3:04
17. "Two Man Show" (featuring Elton John) - 4:25
18. "Hello" (featuring Keri Hilson and Attitude) [International Bonus Track] - 4:35
19. "Come Around" (featuring M.I.A.) [UK Bonus Track] - 3:57

Lil Flip I Need Mine

I Need Mine is the 4th full-length studio album by Houston rapper Lil' Flip. It was released on March 27, 2007.

The album was leaked on July 14, 2006 by Columbia Records, causing Flip to decide to record new songs with J. Steve from PKY for the album. The official released album had sixteen tracks that were on the leaked version and twenty-one which were not on the leaked version. The only song that didn't make it to the re-release is "Da Gudda". "What U Know"'s title was changed to "Da Souf".

The album features appearances from Mike Jones, Lyfe Jennings, Big Pokey, Lil' Keke, Nate Dogg, and Mannie Fresh, among others.

Following its release, I Need Mine debuted at number 14 on the U.S. Billboard 200, selling about 44,000 copies in its first week and has sold 259,000 copies worldwide.

1 "Intro" Lil' Flip 0:59
2 "I Get Money" The Synphony Rick Ross (music video version features Jim Jones) 3:41
3 "Fly Boy" Lil' Flip & Shorty P 3:58
4 "Ghetto Mindstate (Can't Get Away)" * The Synphony Lyfe Jennings 3:54
5 "Bust A Clip" Attractive Productions 4:03
6 "Playa 4 Life" The Synphony Chamillionaire 4:01
7 "Starched & Cleaned" * Carnival Beatz Big Pokey, Lil' Keke 4:41
8 "Flippin'" The Synphony Mýa 3:47
9 "Addicted (Mary Jane)" * The Synphony 4:22
10 "White Cup" Lil' Flip & Shorty P Mike Jones 3:43
11 "Find My Way" * The Synphony & Russell Rockwell Robin Andre 4:48
12 "Single Mother" The Synphony 3:57
13 "Say It To My Face" Z-Ro Z-Ro 3:45
14 "Can't U Tell" * DJ Squeeky Squad Up, MJG 5:08
15 "I Just Wanna Tell U" * DJ Paul & Juicy J 2:31
16 "Block Money" Attractive Productions 2:42
17 "Sorry Lil' Mama" * The Synphony Z-Ro & Nutt 3:57
18 "I'm a Baller (Flip My Chips)" * The Synphony & Falling Down 3:22
19 "Take You There" * The Synphony Nate Dogg 4:06
20 "Hall of Fame Graveyard" The Synphony 3:33

Devin the Dude Waitin' to Inhale

Waitin' to Inhale is the fourth solo album by Rap-A-Lot Records artist Devin the Dude. The first single of the album will be the song "Little Girl Gone" with Bun B & Lil' Wayne. The song "Treatin' Me Cold" was a free download on the internet. The album was released on March 20, 2007; it leaked a week previously on March 13. On the U.S. Billboard 200, it debuted at number 30, selling about 25,000 copies in its first week and 12,105 in second.

01. Boom I
02. She Want That Money (feat. Odd Squad)
03. Almighty Dollar (feat. Tony Mac)
04. Hope I Don't Get Sick-A-Dis Produced By Chuck Heat
05. What a Job (feat. André 3000 & Snoop Dogg) Produced By Chuck Heat
06. Broccoli & Cheese
07. Boom II
08. She Useta Be
09. Lil' Girl Gone (feat. Lil Wayne & Bun B )
10. No Longer Needed Here (feat. GT)
11. Just Because
12. Don't Wanna Be Alone
13. Somebody Else's Wife
14. Boom III
15. Cutcha' Up
16. Nothin' to Roll With
17. Til it's All Gone

Crime Mob Hated on Mostly

Hated on Mostly is the second album by rap group Crime Mob. It is was released March 20, 2007. The album features production by Lil Jay, Killa C, M.I.G., Dirty Doc Jam & Oomp Camp. The first single "Rock Yo Hips" has reached #30 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It also features the single "Wuz Up", which is also Bohagon's debut single from his upcoming debut album Sundays at the Bootlegger (however, the version on this album has Fabo's verse replaced by Bohagon, with Fabo remaining on the chorus).It made it peak on Billboard Hot 100 chart at 10.

The album leaked onto the internet on March 14, 2007. Following its release, it debuted at number 31 on the U.S. Billboard 200, selling 22,000 copies in its first week.

# Title Producer(s) Performer(s) Time
1 "Represent" Lil' Jay Diamond 4:06
2 "Hated On Mostly" Lil' Jay Lil' Jay, Killa C, Princess, Cyco Blac, M.I.G., Diamond 4:04
3 "On The Rise" Detral Doc Jam Treadwell 2:49
4 "2nd Look" DJ Montay Lil' Jay, Diamond, M.I.G., Princess 3:45
5 "Rock Yo Hips" Lil' Jay Lil' Scrappy, Lil' Jay, Diamond, Cyco Blac, Princess, M.I.G. 3:48
6 "Shine Cause I Grind" Detral Doc Jam Treadwell Mike Jones 4:30
7 "Sign In The Air" Lil' Jay Lil' Jay, Princess, Diamond, M.I.G., Cyco Blac 4:07
8 "Go To War" Cyco Blac Lil' Scrappy, Diamond, Pimp C 4:04
9 " Circles" Detral Treadwell Cyco Blac, Princess, Diamond, M.I.G. 4:05
10 "We Some Playaz" Lil' Jay Lil' Jay, Princess, Cyco Blac, Diamond 4:22
11 "Big Boi Pimpin'" MIG Lil' Jay, Princess, Cyco Blac, Diamond, M.I.G. 4:17
12 "All Madden" Cyco Blac 3:26
13 "Wuz Up" Lil' Jon Lil' Jon, Bohagon, Fabo, Princess, Diamond 4:46
14 "Rock Yo Hips Remix"(Best Buy Exclusive) Lil' Jay Lil' Jay, Diamond, Rasheeda, Cyco Blac, Young Dro, Princess 5:34

Baby Boy Da Prince Across the Water

Across the Water is the debut album by rapper Baby Boy Da Prince, and was released on March 20, 2007 by Republic Records. The full album leaked into the Internet on March 16. Following its release, it debuted at number 26 on the Billboard 200, selling about 26,000 copies in its first week.

1. Intro
2. The Way I Live (featuring Lil' Boosie)
3. Naw Meen (featuring Mannie Fresh)
4. Slide in Slide Out
5. Lock Me Down
6. Skit #1
7. Marrero (featuring Shoeshine & Reality)
8. Skit #2
9. Rollin' to Det
10. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday (The Proposal Song)
11. Rich Boy
12. They Don't Know (featuring Nina Sky)
13. Who Sheed
14. Fist Rock (Produced by Play-N-Skillz)
15. Do What It Do (featuring Dappa, Marty Bee and Lil' Hidda)
16. Skit #3
17. Good Juge
18. Rose
19. Ya'll Ready Know (Bonus Track)

8Ball & MJG Ridin High

Ridin High is the seventh album by the rap duo 8Ball & MJG and their second release for Bad Boy Records. The album was released on March 13, 2007. It was originally scheduled for July under the title "Pure American Pimpin'", but then has been confirmed to be titled "Ridin High".

The album features artist like Three 6 Mafia, Juvenile, Yung Joc, Diddy, The Notorious B.I.G., Jazze Pha, 112 & Project Pat. Productions will come from Jazze Pha, Sean Dre, Drumma Boy, Lil Jon, DJ Toomp and Timbaland's protégé Nate "Danja" Hills.

The first single off the album is "Relax and Take Notes", which features The Notorious B.I.G. (containing a sample of "Dead Wrong" from his posthumous album Born Again) and fellow Memphian Project Pat. The second single of the album is called "Cruzin'", and it has been confirmed on 8Ball & MJG's official website.

Chopper City Boyz We Got This

We Got This is the debut album from New Orleans rap group Chopper City Boyz, led by rapper B.G.. It was released on February 27, 2007. The first single off the album is "Make 'Em Mad", produced by David Banner.

The album debuted at number 20 on the Billboard 200, selling 27,000 copies in its first week. Their Lyrics

1. "Intro"
2. "Taking Over"
3. "Bounce"
4. "Make 'Em Mad"
5. "Thorough Street Nigga"
6. "It's Real"
7. "What I Like About Her"
8. "Flatliners"
9. "Chopper City"
10. "Never Had" (Feat. Mercedes)
11. "Knuckle Up"
12. "Heart of a Killer"
13. "Going On"
14. "Crucial Shit"
15. "Shake 'Em Off"
16. "All Eyes on Me"

Friday, April 18, 2008

Feist The Reminder

The Reminder is the third full-length album by indie rock artist Feist. It was released on 23 April 2007 in countries outside of North America, and 1 May 2007 in the United States and Canada.

1. "So Sorry" (Feist, Dominic "Mocky" Salole) – 3:12
2. "I Feel It All" – 3:39
3. "My Moon My Man" (Feist, Jason "Gonzales" Charles Beck) – 3:48
4. "The Park" – 4:34
5. "The Water" – 4:46
6. "Sealion" (Feist, Bass, Nina Simone) – 3:39
7. "Past in Present" – 2:54
8. "The Limit to Your Love" (Feist, Jason "Gonzales" Charles Beck) – 4:21
9. "1234" (Seltmann, Feist) – 3:03
10. "Brandy Alexander" (Feist, Ron Sexsmith) – 3:36
11. "Intuition" – 4:36
12. "Honey Honey" – 3:27
13. "How My Heart Behaves" – 4:26

Radiohead In Rainbows

In Rainbows is the seventh album by the English alternative rock band Radiohead. It was first released on 10 October 2007 as a digital download, followed by a standard CD release in most countries during the last week of 2007. The album was released in North America on 1 January 2008. In Rainbows was Radiohead's first release after the end of their contract with EMI and the end of the longest gap between studio albums in their career.

All tracks written by Radiohead.

1. "15 Step" – 3:57
2. "Bodysnatchers" – 4:02
3. "Nude" – 4:15
4. "Weird Fishes/Arpeggi" – 5:18
5. "All I Need" – 3:48
6. "Faust Arp" – 2:09
7. "Reckoner" – 4:50
8. "House of Cards" – 5:28
9. "Jigsaw Falling into Place" – 4:08
10. "Videotape" – 4:39

Bonus disc

The discbox release of the album includes a second disc, which contains eight additional tracks. It is 26:53 in duration.

1. "MK 1" – 1:04
2. "Down Is the New Up" – 4:59
3. "Go Slowly" – 3:48
4. "MK 2" – 0:53
5. "Last Flowers" – 4:27
6. "Up on the Ladder" – 4:17
7. "Bangers + Mash" – 3:20
8. "4 Minute Warning" – 4:06

Mariah Carey E=MC²

E=MC² is the eleventh studio album by American pop/R&B singer Mariah Carey. The album was released on April 15, 2008 in the United States.

"Migrate"
(featuring T-Pain) Carey, Danja Carey 4:18
2. "Touch My Body" Carey, Tricky Stewart Carey, The-Dream, Crystal Johnson 3:25
3. "Cruise Control"
(featuring Damian Marley) Carey, Jermaine Dupri Carey, Damian Marley 3:33
4. "I Stay In Love" Carey, Bryan Michael Cox Carey 3:32
5. "Side Effects"
(featuring Young Jeezy) Carey, Scott Storch Carey, Young Jeezy 4:22
6. "I'm That Chick" Carey, Stargate Carey 3:31
7. "Love Story" Carey, Dupri Carey 3:56
8. "I'll Be Lovin' U Long Time" Carey, DJ Toomp Carey, Johnson 3:01
9. "Last Kiss" Carey, Dupri Carey 3:36
10. "Thanx 4 Nothin'" Carey, Dupri Carey 3:05
11. "O.O.C." Carey, Swizz Beatz Carey, Da Brat 3:26
12. "For the Record" Carey, Cox Carey 3:26
13. "Bye Bye" Carey, Stargate Carey, Johnta Austin 4:27
14. "I Wish You Well" Carey, James Poyser Carey 4:35

The Breeders Mountain Battles

Mountain Battles is the fourth album from the American alternative rock band The Breeders. The album was released on April 7, 2008 by 4AD in the United Kingdom and April 8, 2008 in the United States.

Kim and Kelley Deal can be seen writing and recording songs for the album in the Pixies reunion documentary loudQUIETloud. In December 2007, Pitchfork Media reported the first details about the album and its release, as well as a track listing.

1. "Overglazed" - 2:15
2. "Bang On" - 2:03
3. "Night of Joy" - 3:26
4. "We're Gonna Rise" - 3:53
5. "German Studies" - 2:16
6. "Spark" - 2:39
7. "Istanbul" - 2:58
8. "Walk It Off" - 2:46
9. "Regalame Esta Noche" - 2:52
10. "Here No More" - 2:39
11. "No Way" - 2:33
12. "It's the Love" - 2:28
13. "Mountain Battles" - 3:54

* Kim Deal - guitar, vocals
* Kelley Deal - guitar, vocals
* Mando Lopez - bass
* Jose Medeles - drums

Goo Goo Dolls A Boy Named Goo

A Boy Named Goo, sometimes referred to as ABNG, is an album by the Goo Goo Dolls, released in 1995 on Warner Brothers Records.

1. "Long Way Down" (John Rzeznik) – 3:29
2. "Burnin' Up" (Robby Takac) – 2:29
3. "Naked" (Rzeznik) – 3:44
4. "Flat Top" (Rzeznik) – 4:30
5. "Impersonality" (Takac) – 2:40
6. "Name" (Rzeznik) – 4:30
7. "Only One" (Rzeznik) – 3:18
8. "Somethin' Bad" (Takac) – 2:31
9. "Ain't That Unusual" (Rzeznik) – 3:20
10. "So Long" (Takac) – 2:33
11. "Eyes Wide Open" (Rzeznik) – 3:57
12. "Disconnected" (Joe Bompczyk, Bob Guariglia, Pete Secrist, Fred Suchman) – 3:01
13. "Slave Girl" (Mick Blood, Richard Jakimyszyn) – 2:18

* Johnny Rzeznik – guitar, vocals
* Robby Takac – bass
* George Tutuska – drums

Radiohead The Bends

The Bends, released on 13 March 1995 in the United Kingdom and on 4 April 1995 in the United States, is the second studio album released by the English rock band Radiohead. The album was dedicated to the late comedian Bill Hicks. The album contains singles "High and Dry", "Fake Plastic Trees", "Just", "My Iron Lung", and "Street Spirit (Fade Out)".

All songs written by Radiohead.

1. "Planet Telex" – 4:19
2. "The Bends" – 4:04
3. "High and Dry" – 4:20
4. "Fake Plastic Trees" – 4:51
5. "Bones" – 3:08
6. "(Nice Dream)" – 3:54
7. "Just" – 3:54
8. "My Iron Lung" – 4:37
9. "Bullet Proof... I Wish I Was" – 3:29
10. "Black Star" – 4:07
11. "Sulk" – 3:43
12. "Street Spirit (Fade Out)" – 4:12

Slash's Snakepit It's Five O'Clock Somewhere

It's Five O'Clock Somewhere is the debut album by the rock group Slash's Snakepit, released on February 14, 1995 (see 1995 in music). The album went platinum worldwide. The album title came from when Slash wanted a drink in an airport, but bars don't open before 5 PM. A bartender said "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" and the rest is history. Slash originally wrote some of these songs for his old band Guns N' Roses to use for the album which was intended to follow "The Spaghetti Incident?", but Axl Rose disliked them. Slash then used the songs he had written for the Slash's Snakepit album. The artwork for the album is a photograph of a spray-painted wall in an apartment, which was created by Slash's brother. If you look very closely towards the bottom right of the picture, underneath the cigarette, a plug socket can be seen.

1. "Neither Can I" (Eric Dover, Slash) – 6:44
2. "Dime Store Rock" (Gilby Clarke, Dover, Slash) – 4:54
3. "Beggars & Hangers On" (Dover, Duff McKagan, Slash) – 6:14
4. "Good to Be Alive" (Clarke, Dover, Slash) – 4:51
5. "What Do You Want to Be" (Dover, Slash, Matt Sorum) – 6:18
6. "Monkey Chow" (Clarke) – 4:15
7. "Soma City Ward" (Dover, Slash, Sorum) – 3:50
8. "Jizz da Pit" (Instrumental) (Mike Inez, Slash) – 2:48
9. "Lower" (Dover, Slash, Sorum) – 4:55
10. "Take It Away" (Dover, Slash, Sorum) – 4:44
11. "Doin' Fine" (Dover, Slash) – 4:19
12. "Be the Ball" (Slash) – 5:17
13. "I Hate Everybody (But You)" (Dover, Slash) – 4:40
14. "Back and Forth Again" (Dover, Slash) – 5:55

The Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness

Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness is the third album by American alternative rock band The Smashing Pumpkins, released on October 24, 1995 on Virgin Records. Produced by Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan, Flood and Alan Moulder, the 28-track album was released as a two-disc CD and triple LP. Led by the single "Bullet with Butterfly Wings", the album debuted at number one on the Billboard charts, a first for the group. The album spawned four more singles over the course of 1996 and has been certified nine times platinum.

Disc one: Dawn to Dusk

1. "Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness" – 2:52
2. "Tonight, Tonight" – 4:14
3. "Jellybelly" – 3:01
4. "Zero" – 2:41
5. "Here Is No Why" – 3:45
6. "Bullet with Butterfly Wings" – 4:18
7. "To Forgive" – 4:17
8. "Fuck You (An Ode to No One)" – 4:51
9. "Love" – 4:21
10. "Cupid de Locke" – 2:50
11. "Galapogos" – 4:47
12. "Muzzle" – 3:44
13. "Porcelina of the Vast Oceans" – 9:21
14. "Take Me Down" (Iha) – 2:52

Disc two: Twilight to Starlight

1. "Where Boys Fear to Tread" – 4:22
2. "Bodies" – 4:12
3. "Thirty-Three" – 4:10
4. "In the Arms of Sleep" – 4:12
5. "1979" – 4:25
6. "Tales of a Scorched Earth" – 3:46
7. "Thru the Eyes of Ruby" – 7:38
8. "Stumbleine" – 2:54
9. "X.Y.U." – 7:07
10. "We Only Come Out at Night" – 4:05
11. "Beautiful" – 4:18
12. "Lily (My One and Only)" – 3:31
13. "By Starlight" – 4:48
14. "Farewell and Goodnight" (Corgan/Iha) – 4:22

* Billy Corgan – lead vocal, guitar, piano, producer, mixer, string arrangement on "Tonight, Tonight", art direction and design
* James Iha – guitar, additional credits for "Take Me Down" and "Farewell and Goodnight": vocals, mixing and additional production
* D'Arcy Wretzky – bass, vocals on "Beautiful" and "Farewell and Goodnight"
* Jimmy Chamberlin – drums, vocals on "Farewell and Goodnight"

Natalie Merchant Tigerlily

Tigerlily is an album by singer-songwriter Natalie Merchant, released on June 20, 1995 (see 1995 in music). Her first solo album, after splitting from the 10,000 Maniacs, Tigerlily is more rock-oriented than her previous work. The album received mixed reviews, with many praising Merchant's confessional writing style, and other criticizing the same for undue sentimentality.

The song "River" is a tribute to River Phoenix. Tigerlily peaked at #13 on Billboard's Top 200 album countdown.

Tigerlily was re-released in 1999 as a 2-cd set, with the second cd containing a remix of the song Jealousy and live cuts from her tour.

All Songs Written and Produced By Natalie Merchant

1. San Andreas Fault – 3:57
2. Wonder – 4:26
3. Beloved Wife – 5:03
4. River – 5:32
5. Carnival – 5:59
6. I May Know the Word – 8:07
7. The Letter – 2:12
8. Cowboy Romance – 4:39
9. Jealousy – 2:41
10. Where I Go – 3:59
11. Seven Years – 5:31

* John Holbrook - Organ, Guitar (Electric), Engineer
* Katell Keineg - Vocals (bckground)
* Barrie Maguire - Bass, Guitar (12 String)
* Natalie Merchant - Vocals, Piano, Organ, Vibraphone
* Jay Ungar - Violin
* Peter Yanowitz - Percussion, Drums
* Michelle Kinney - Cello
* Matt Henderson - Bass, Guitar (Electric)
* Eric Schenkman - Guitar (Electric)
* Adrian Lopez Guevarra - Percussion
* Jennifer Turner - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Vocals (bckground)

Alanis Morissette Jagged Little Pill

Jagged Little Pill is the third studio album and the first internationally released album by Canadian singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette. Released on June 13, 1995 (see 1995 in music), the album broke into the mainstream with Morissette's confessional and emotional lyrics and vocals. The album garnered major success, spending twelve non-consecutive weeks at number-one on the United States Billboard 200 albums chart, and became one of three albums – along with Thriller by Michael Jackson and Falling into You by Céline Dion – to remain in the top ten for over a year (with sixty-nine weeks). In 2003, the album was ranked 327th by Rolling Stone on its list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.

All songs by Alanis Morissette and Glen Ballard.

1. "All I Really Want" – 4:44
2. "You Oughta Know" – 4:09
3. "Perfect" – 3:07
4. "Hand in My Pocket" – 3:41
5. "Right Through You" – 2:55
6. "Forgiven" – 5:00
7. "You Learn" – 3:59
8. "Head over Feet" – 4:27
9. "Mary Jane" – 4:40
10. "Ironic" – 3:49
11. "Not the Doctor" – 3:47
12. "Wake Up" – 4:53

Some CDs contain two hidden tracks. At index mark number 13 appears another version of "You Oughta Know" with a heavier bass guitar (a mix of the original song known as the "Jimmy the Saint Blend"), followed by an un-indexed acappella recording of "Your House" (sometimes referred to as "Forgive Me Love"). Other CDs only contain "Your House" as a bonus track.

Bush Sixteen Stone

Sixteen Stone is a post-grunge album released by Bush in 1994 (see 1994 in music).

On the Billboard Music Charts (North America), Sixteen Stone peaked at #4 on the Heatseekers and Billboard 200 charts. The album spawned 5 Top 40 singles. After about a half of year of promotion for Sixteen Stone the album began to sell wildly, once "Comedown" and "Glycerine" struck America. However when the band became popular, many critics and audiences across the globe downpanned the band for sounding too much like Seattle rockers Nirvana, and Soundgarden.

All tracks written by Gavin Rossdale.

1. "Everything Zen" - 4:38
2. "Swim" - 4:56
3. "Bomb" - 3:23
4. "Little Things" - 4:24
5. "Comedown" - 5:27
6. "Body" - 5:43
7. "Machinehead" - 4:16
8. "Testosterone" - 4:20
9. "Monkey" - 4:01
10. "Glycerine" - 4:27
11. "Alien" - 6:34
12. "X-Girlfriend" - 0:45

Elton John Honky Chateau

Honky Château is the fifth studio album by British singer/songwriter Elton John, released in 1972 (see 1972 in music). In 2003, the album was ranked number 357 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. This is the final Elton John album on the Uni label in the US and Canada before he was transferred to the MCA label. This and Elton's earlier Uni albums were reissued on the MCA label.

1. "Honky Cat" – 5:13
2. "Mellow" – 5:32
3. "I Think I'm Going to Kill Myself" – 3:35
4. "Susie (Dramas)" – 3:25
5. "Rocket Man (I Think It's Going to Be a Long, Long Time)" – 4:41
6. "Salvation" – 3:58
7. "Slave" – 4:22
8. "Amy" – 4:03
9. "Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters" – 5:00
10. "Hercules" – 5:18

Roxy Music

Roxy Music is the debut album by art rock band Roxy Music, released in June 1972. It was generally well-received by contemporary critics and made #10 in the UK charts.

All songs written by Bryan Ferry.

1. "Re-Make/Re-Model" – 5:14
2. "Ladytron" – 4:26
3. "If There Is Something" – 6:34
4. "Virginia Plain" – 2:58 (not included in the original British release)
5. "2HB" – 4:30
6. "The Bob (Medley)" – 5:48
7. "Chance Meeting" – 3:08
8. "Would You Believe?" – 3:53
9. "Sea Breezes" – 7:03
10. "Bitters End" – 2:03

* Bryan Ferry – vocals, piano, Hohner Pianet, Mellotron
* Brian Eno – VCS3 synthesizer, tape effects, backing vocals
* Andy Mackay (as Andrew Mackay) – oboe, saxophone, backing vocals
* Phil Manzanera – electric guitar
* Graham Simpson - bass guitar
* Paul Thompson – drums
* Rik Kenton – bass on "Virginia Plain"

Little Feat Sailin Shoes

Sailin' Shoes was the second studio album by the American rock band Little Feat, released in 1972. It is notable for several reasons.

First, it introduced the work of Neon Park to the group, with his design of a sailing shoe of a cake swinging on a tree swing that adorned the front cover, which seems to be an allusion to The Swing by painter Jean-Honoré Fragonard. Second, it was a more refined album than predecessor, signaling a shift from that album into the next. Third, it marked the last album original bassist Roy Estrada appeared on.

Highlighted by a reworked group version of "Willin'", the track that had led Frank Zappa to sack guitarist and vocalist Lowell George from The Mothers of Invention, it also featured such enduring tracks as "A Apolitical Blues", "Easy To Slip" and the title track, all by guitarist and lead vocalist Lowell George, the second co-written with Martin Kibbee (a.k.a. Fred Martin), a former bandmate (The Factory), and the first appearance of the "George/Martin" credit on a Little Feat record.

1. "Easy To Slip" (George, Martin) – 3:22
2. "Cold Cold Cold" (George) – 4:01
3. "Trouble" (George) – 2:19
4. "Tripe Face Boogie" (Hayward, Payne) – 3:16
5. "Willin'" (George) – 2:57
6. "A Apolitical Blues" (George) – 3:28
7. "Sailin' Shoes" (George) – 2:53
8. "Teenage Nervous Breakdown" (George) – 2:13
9. "Got No Shadow" (Payne) – 5:08
10. "Cat Fever" (Payne) – 4:37
11. "Texas Rose Cafe" (George) – 3:42

T Rex The Slider

The Slider is a glam rock album by T. Rex, released in 1972. It became T. Rex's most popular album in the United States, reaching #17, featuring the singles "Telegram Sam" and "Metal Guru", though neither of these became hits in the U.S. ("Telegram Sam" only scraped to #67 and "Metal Guru" didn't chart). The much-parodied iconic cover was #37 in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 100 greatest album covers.

The Slider came on the heels of the success of Electric Warrior.
(All songs by Marc Bolan)

1. "Metal Guru" – 2:25
2. "Mystic Lady" – 3:09
3. "Rock On" – 3:26
4. "The Slider" – 3:22
5. "Baby Boomerang" – 2:17
6. "Spaceball Ricochet" – 3:37
7. "Buick Mackane" – 3:31
8. "Telegram Sam" – 3:42
9. "Rabbit Fighter" – 3:55
10. "Baby Strange" – 3:03
11. "Ballrooms of Mars" – 4:09
12. "Chariot Choogle" – 2:45
13. "Main Man" – 4:14

Bonus Tracks on the 2002 CD Release

* 14. "Cadilac"
* 15. "Thunderwing"
* 16. "Lady"

Alice Cooper School's Out

School's Out is an album released by Alice Cooper in 1972. The album's title track has remained a staple song in Alice Cooper's live setlist and receives regular airplay on many "Classic Rock" radio stations.

The original album cover (designed by Craig Braun) had the sleeve opening in the manner of an old school desk. The vinyl record inside was wrapped in a pair of girl's panties.

1. "School's Out" (Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith) – 3:26
2. "Luney Tune" (Cooper, Dunaway) – 3:36
3. "Gutter Cats vs. the Jets" (Buxton, Dunaway, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim) – 4:39
4. "Street Fight" (Cooper, Buxton, Bruce, Dunaway, Smith) – 0:55
5. "Blue Turk" (Cooper, Bruce) – 5:29
6. "My Stars" (Cooper, Bob Ezrin) – 5:46
7. "Public Animal #9" (Cooper, Bruce) – 3:53
8. "Alma Mater" (Smith) – 4:27
9. "Grande Finale" (Cooper, Buxton, Bruce, Dunaway, Bob Ezrin, Smith, Mack David, Elmer Bernstein) – 4:36

Loggins and Messina Sittin' In

Sittin' In is the first album by singer-songwriters Loggins and Messina, released in 1971.

It began as a solo album by Kenny Loggins; Jim Messina was with Columbia Records, serving as an independent producer when he met Loggins. In the course of producing Loggins' work, Messina provided backup vocals and guitar. Eventually, the two decided to release the album as "Kenny Loggins with Jim Messina Sittin' In."

Anne Murray's version of Loggins' "Danny's Song" became a Canadian chart hit in March 1973.

1. "Nobody But You" (Jim Messina) – 3:00
2. "Danny's Song" (Kenny Loggins) – 4:16
3. "Vahevala" (Loggins, Dann Lottermoser) – 4:47
4. "Trilogy: Lovin' Me/To Make a Woman Feel Wanted/Peace of Mind" (Loggins, Messina, Murray MacLeod) – 11:13
5. "Back to Georgia" (Loggins) – 3:19
6. "House at Pooh Corner" (Loggins) – 4:25
7. "Listen to a Country Song" (Messina, Al Garth) – 2:49
8. "Same Old Wine" (Messina) – 8:17
9. "Rock 'N Roll Mood" (Loggins, Michael Omartian) – 3:04

Lou Reed Transformer

Transformer is Lou Reed's breakthrough second solo album, released in December 1972. Unlike its predecessor Lou Reed, eight songs of which were leftovers from his Velvet Underground days, this album contains mainly new material. However, there are still a few songs that date from his VU days--Velvet Underground-recorded versions of "Andy's Chest" and "Satellite of Love" surfaced in 1985 and 1995, respectively; and "New York Telephone Conversation" and "I'm So Free" are known to have been played during the Velvets' run at Max's Kansas City in the summer of 1970.

Transformer was produced by David Bowie and Mick Ronson, who had been strongly influenced by Reed's work with the Velvet Underground. The album features some of Reed's best-known songs such as "Walk on the Wild Side", "Perfect Day" and "Satellite of Love", and made him an international star in his own right.

Side one

1. "Vicious" – 2:58
2. "Andy's Chest" – 3:20
3. "Perfect Day" – 3:46
4. "Hangin' 'Round" – 3:35
5. "Walk on the Wild Side" – 4:15

Side two

1. "Make Up" – 3:00
2. "Satellite of Love" – 3:42
3. "Wagon Wheel" – 3:19
4. "New York Telephone Conversation" – 1:33
5. "I'm So Free" – 3:09
6. "Goodnight Ladies" – 4:21

2002 re-release bonus tracks

1. "Hangin' Round" (acoustic demo) – 3:57
2. "Perfect Day" (acoustic demo) – 4:50

Stevie Wonder Innervisions

Innervisions is an album by Stevie Wonder, released on Tamla/Motown on August 3, 1973. It was the third of five consecutive albums widely hailed as his "classic period", along with Music of My Mind, Talking Book, Fulfillingness' First Finale, and Songs in the Key of Life. The nine tracks that make up Innervisions encompass a wide range of themes and issues: from drug references in "Too High" and "Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing"; social anger in "Higher Ground" and "Living for the City"; to love in the ballads "All in Love is Fair" and "Golden Lady." The album's closer, "He's Misstra Know It All," is a scathing attack on then-US President Richard Nixon, similar to his song "You Haven't Done Nothin'".

Side One

1. "Too High" – 4:37
2. "Visions" – 5:17
3. "Living for the City" – 7:26
4. "Golden Lady" – 5:00

Side Two

1. "Higher Ground" – 3:54
2. "Jesus Children of America" – 4:04
3. "All in Love Is Fair" – 3:45
4. "Don't You Worry 'bout a Thing" – 4:55
5. "He's Misstra Know It All" – 6:06

Stevie Wonder Talking Book

Talking Book, an album by Stevie Wonder released on October 27, 1972, is regarded by some fans as one of the best crossover records of all time. It was the second of five consecutive albums widely hailed as his "classic period", along with Music of My Mind, Innervisions, Fulfillingness' First Finale, and Songs in the Key of Life. Released after Wonder toured with the Rolling Stones in 1972, Talking Book became an immediate hit. The popular appeal of the recording helped destroy the myth that R&B artists were incapable of creating music that could be appreciated by rock audiences, and marked a unique period for R&B artists (especially Motown artists). Its cover depicts Wonder with corn rows, Indian jewelry and a velvet afghan.

All songs produced and arranged by Stevie Wonder

1. "You Are the Sunshine of My Life" (Wonder) - 2:58
2. "Maybe Your Baby" (Wonder) - 6:51
3. "You and I (We Can Conquer the World)" (Wonder) - 4:39
4. "Tuesday Heartbreak" (Wonder) - 3:02
5. "You've Got It Bad Girl" (Wonder, Y. Wright) - 4:56
6. "Superstition" (Wonder) - 4:26
7. "Big Brother" (Wonder) - 3:34
8. "Blame It on the Sun" (Wonder, S. Wright) - 3:26
9. "Lookin' for Another Pure Love" (Wonder, S. Wright) - 4:44
10. "I Believe (When I Fall in Love It Will Be Forever)" (Wonder, Y. Wright) - 4:51

* Gloria Barley - Vocals
* Jeff Beck - Guitar
* Shirley Brewer - Vocals
* Malcolm Cecil - Programming, synthesizers, Producer, Engineer, Associate Producer
* Scott Edwards - Bass Guitar
* Buzzy Feton (Howard "Buzz" Feiten) - Guitar
* Jim Gilstrap - Vocals
* Lani Groves - Vocals
* Loris Harvin (Delores Harvin) - Vocals
* Trevor Laurence - Saxophone
* Steve Madaio - Trumpet
* Robert Margouleff - synthesizers, Producer, Engineer, Associate Producer, Photography
* Ray Parker, Jr. - Guitar
* David Sanborn - Saxophone, Vocals
* Denise Williams - Vocals
* Debra Wilson - Vocals
* Stevie Wonder - Moog synthesizer, Harmonica, Clavinet, Rhodes Piano, Vocals, Drums, Producer, ARP Synthesizer
* Daniel Ben Zebulon - Percussion, Conga

* Austin Godsey - Engineer, Recording
* Joan Decola - Recording
* George Marino - Mastering

Produced by Stevie Wonder.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Cat Stevens Tea for the Tillerman

Tea for the Tillerman is an album by singer-songwriter Cat Stevens. His second 1970 album, four of the songs ("Where Do the Children Play?", "On the Road to Find Out", "Tea for the Tillerman" and "Miles from Nowhere") were featured in Hal Ashby and Colin Higgins' black comedy Harold and Maude (1971). Stevens, a former art student, created the artwork featured on the record's cover.

Songs from this album have been recorded by a diverse range of artists, from Mr. Big ("Wild World") to Boyzone ("Father and Son") to 36 Crazyfists ("Sad Lisa").

In 2003, the album was ranked number 206 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. In 2006, the album was included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. In 2007, "Tea for the Tillerman" was included in the list of "The Definitive 200 Albums of All Time", released by The National Association of Recording Merchandisers and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

1. "Where Do the Children Play?" – 3:52
2. "Hard Headed Woman" – 3:47
3. "Wild World" – 3:20
4. "Sad Lisa" – 3:45
5. "Miles from Nowhere" – 3:37
6. "But I Might Die Tonight" – 1:53
7. "Longer Boats" – 3:12
8. "Into White" – 3:24
9. "On the Road to Find Out" – 5:08
10. "Father and Son" – 3:41
11. "Tea for the Tillerman" – 1:01

Cat Stevens – guitar, keyboards, vocals
Alun Davies – guitar
Harvey Burns – drums
John Ryan – bass

Cat Stevens Teaser and the Firecat

Teaser and the Firecat is an album released by Cat Stevens in 1971. It contains 10 songs including hits such as "Morning Has Broken," "Moonshadow," and "Peace Train." It is also the title of a children's book written and illustrated by Cat Stevens. The story features the title characters from the album cover, top-hatted young Teaser and his pet Firecat, who attempt to put the moon back in its place after it falls from the sky. Published in 1972, the book has been out of print since the mid-1970s.

1. "The Wind" – 1:42
2. "Rubylove" – 2:37
3. "If I Laugh" – 3:20
4. "Changes IV" – 3:32
5. "How Can I Tell You" – 4:24
6. "Tuesday's Dead" – 3:36
7. "Morning Has Broken" (Eleanor Farjeon) – 3:20
8. "Bitterblue" – 3:12
9. "Moon Shadow" – 2:52
10. "Peace Train" – 4:04

Cat Stevens – guitar, keyboards, vocals
Alun Davies – guitar
Larry Steele – bass, congas
Gerry Conway – drums
Hervey Burns – drums
Rick Wakeman – piano
Andreas Toumazis – bazouki
Angelos Hatzipavli – bazouki
Del Newman – string arrangements

Cat Stevens Catch Bull at Four

Catch Bull at Four is an album by Cat Stevens. It was Stevens' most successful album in the United States, holding the top spot on Billboard's chart for three consecutive weeks. The title is taken from one of the 10 Bulls Of Zen by Kakuan. The Ten Bulls are a series of drawings representing differents stages of awareness. The fourth drawing is called "Catching the Bull".

1. "Sitting" – 3:14
2. "The Boy with a Moon & Star on His Head" – 5:57
3. "Angelsea" – 4:30
4. "Silent Sunlight" – 3:00
5. "Can't Keep It In" – 2:59
6. "18th Avenue" – 4:21
7. "Freezing Steel" – 3:40
8. "O' Caritas" (Andreas Toumazis, Jeremy Taylor, Stevens) – 3:41
9. "Sweet Scarlet" – 3:49
10. "Ruins" – 4:24

Bruce Springsteen Magic

Magic is the 15th studio album by Bruce Springsteen, released in 2007. It is his first with the E Street Band since The Rising in 2002. This album was #2 on Rolling Stone's list of the Top 50 Albums of 2007.

1. "Radio Nowhere" – 3:21
2. "You'll Be Comin' Down" – 3:46
3. "Livin' in the Future" – 3:56
4. "Your Own Worst Enemy" – 3:19
5. "Gypsy Biker" – 4:32
6. "Girls in Their Summer Clothes" – 4:20
7. "I'll Work for Your Love" – 3:35
8. "Magic" – 2:46
9. "Last to Die" – 4:17
10. "Long Walk Home" – 4:35
11. "Devil's Arcade" – 5:20
12. "Terry's Song" – 4:11 (hidden track)

Bruce Springsteen We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions

We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions, released in 2006, is the fourteenth studio album by Bruce Springsteen. This is Springsteen's first and so far only album of non-Springsteen material and contains his interpretation of thirteen folk music songs written or made popular by activist folk musician Pete Seeger and recorded in an informal, large band setting. On it he hired a group of lesser-known musicians from New Jersey and New York, augmented by Patti Scialfa, Soozie Tyrell, and The Miami Horns, who had all contributed to previous albums.

1. "Old Dan Tucker" – 2:31
2. "Jesse James" (Billy Gashade) – 3:47
3. "Mrs. McGrath" – 4:19
4. "O Mary Don't You Weep" – 6:05
5. "John Henry" – 5:07
6. "Erie Canal" (Thomas S. Allen) – 4:03
7. "Jacob's Ladder" – 4:28
8. "My Oklahoma Home" (Bill and Agnes "Sis" Cunningham) – 6:03
9. "Eyes on the Prize" (Alice Wine) – 5:16
10. "Shenandoah" – 4:52
11. "Pay Me My Money Down" – 4:32
12. "We Shall Overcome" (long story) – 4:53
13. "Froggie Went A Courtin'" – 4:33

Bruce Springsteen Devils & Dust

Devils & Dust is the thirteenth studio album by Bruce Springsteen, and his third folk album (after Nebraska and The Ghost of Tom Joad). It was released on April 25, 2005 in Europe and on April 26 in the U.S. It debuted at the top of the U.S. Billboard 200 album chart.

1. "Devils & Dust" – 4:58
2. "All the Way Home" – 3:38
3. "Reno" – 4:08
4. "Long Time Comin'" – 4:17
5. "Black Cowboys" – 4:08
6. "Maria's Bed" – 5:35
7. "Silver Palomino" – 3:22
8. "Jesus Was an Only Son" – 2:55
9. "Leah" – 3:32
10. "The Hitter" – 5:53
11. "All I'm Thinkin' About" – 4:22
12. "Matamoros Banks" – 4:20

Bruce Springsteen The Rising

The Rising is the 12th studio album by Bruce Springsteen, released in 2002. In addition to being Springsteen's first studio album in seven years, it was also his first with the E Street Band in 18 years. It was released as Springsteen's reflections on the September 11, 2001 attacks.

1. "Lonesome Day" – 4:08
2. "Into the Fire" – 5:04
3. "Waitin' on a Sunny Day" – 4:18
4. "Nothing Man" – 4:23
5. "Countin' on a Miracle" – 4:44
6. "Empty Sky" – 3:34
7. "Worlds Apart" – 6:07
8. "Let's Be Friends (Skin to Skin)" – 4:21
9. "Further On (Up the Road)" – 3:52
10. "The Fuse" – 5:37
11. "Mary's Place" – 6:03
12. "You're Missing" – 5:10
13. "The Rising" – 4:50
14. "Paradise" – 5:39
15. "My City of Ruins" – 5:00

Bruce Springsteen The Ghost of Tom Joad

The Ghost of Tom Joad is the eleventh studio album by Bruce Springsteen, released in 1995. The album was recorded and mixed at Thrill Hill during the spring and summer of 1995.

The album is mainly backed by acoustic guitar work and the lyrics on many of the tracks are a somber reflection of life in the mid-1990s in America and Mexico. Tom Joad is the hero of John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath. Springsteen has commented that he was first inspired by John Ford's film of the novel.

1. "The Ghost of Tom Joad" – 4:23
2. "Straight Time" – 3:25
3. "Highway 29" – 3:39
4. "Youngstown" – 3:52
5. "Sinaloa Cowboys" – 3:51
6. "The Line" – 5:14
7. "Balboa Park" – 3:19
8. "Dry Lightning" – 3:30
9. "The New Timer" – 5:45
10. "Across the Border" – 5:24
11. "Galveston Bay" – 5:04
12. "My Best Was Never Good Enough" – 2:00

Bruce Springsteen Lucky Town

Lucky Town is the tenth studio album by Bruce Springsteen released in 1992. This album was co-released on the same day as Human Touch.

The title track was featured in the theatrical trailer for the film Lucky You. It was also featured in the film itself.

1. "Better Days" – 4:08
2. "Lucky Town" – 3:27
3. "Local Hero" – 4:04
4. "If I Should Fall Behind" – 2:57
5. "Leap of Faith" – 3:27
6. "The Big Muddy" – 4:05
7. "Living Proof" – 4:49
8. "Book of Dreams" – 4:24
9. "Souls of the Departed" – 4:17
10. "My Beautiful Reward" – 3:55

Bruce Springsteen Human Touch

Human Touch is the ninth studio album by Bruce Springsteen released in 1992 . It was one of many of Springsteen's #1 albums in the UK. This album was co-released on the same day as Lucky Town.

1. "Human Touch" – 6:31
2. "Soul Driver" – 4:39
3. "57 Channels (And Nothin' On)" – 2:28
4. "Cross My Heart" (Springsteen/S.B. Williamson) – 3:51
5. "Gloria's Eyes" – 3:46
6. "With Every Wish" – 4:39
7. "Roll of the Dice" (Springsteen/Bittan) – 4:17
8. "Real World" (Springsteen/Bittan) – 5:26
9. "All or Nothin' at All" – 3:23
10. "Man's Job" – 4:37
11. "I Wish I Were Blind" – 4:48
12. "The Long Goodbye" – 3:30
13. "Real Man" – 4:33
14. "Pony Boy" (traditional) – 2:14

Bruce Springsteen Tunnel of Love

Tunnel of Love is the eighth studio album by Bruce Springsteen released in 1987.

In 1998, Q magazine readers voted Tunnel of Love the 91st greatest album of all time. In 1989, it was ranked #25 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 100 greatest albums of the 1980s. In 2003, the album was ranked number 475 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

1. "Ain't Got You" – 2:11
2. "Tougher Than the Rest" – 4:35
3. "All That Heaven Will Allow" – 2:39
4. "Spare Parts" – 3:44
5. "Cautious Man" – 3:58
6. "Walk Like a Man" – 3:45
7. "Tunnel of Love" – 5:12
8. "Two Faces" – 3:03
9. "Brilliant Disguise" – 4:17
10. "One Step Up" – 4:22
11. "When You're Alone" – 3:24
12. "Valentine's Day" – 5:10

Bruce Springsteen Born in the U.S.A.

Born in the U.S.A. is the seventh studio album by Bruce Springsteen, released in 1984.

1. "Born in the U.S.A." – 4:39
2. "Cover Me" – 3:27
3. "Darlington County" – 4:48
4. "Working on the Highway" – 3:11
5. "Downbound Train" – 3:35
6. "I'm on Fire" – 2:37
7. "No Surrender" – 4:00
8. "Bobby Jean" – 3:46
9. "I'm Goin' Down" – 3:29
10. "Glory Days" – 4:15
11. "Dancing in the Dark" – 4:00
12. "My Hometown" – 4:34

Bruce Springsteen Nebraska

Nebraska is the sixth album by Bruce Springsteen, released in 1982. The album was a critical success in spite of a lukewarm public reception.

1. "Nebraska" – 4:32
2. "Atlantic City" – 4:00
3. "Mansion on the Hill" – 4:08
4. "Johnny 99" – 3:44
5. "Highway Patrolman" – 5:40
6. "State Trooper" – 3:17
7. "Used Cars" – 3:11
8. "Open All Night" – 2:58
9. "My Father's House" – 5:07
10. "Reason to Believe" – 4:11

Bruce Springsteen The River

The River is a double album by Bruce Springsteen released in 1980.

Disc one

1. " The Ties That Bind" – 3:34
2. "Sherry Darling" – 4:03
3. "Jackson Cage" – 3:04
4. "Two Hearts" – 2:45
5. " Independence Day" – 4:50
6. "Hungry Heart" – 3:19
7. "Out in the Street" – 4:17
8. "Crush on You" – 3:10
9. "You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)" – 2:37
10. "I Wanna Marry You" – 3:30
11. "The River" – 5:01

Disc two

1. "Point Blank" – 6:06
2. "Cadillac Ranch" – 3:03
3. "I'm a Rocker" – 3:36
4. "Fade Away" – 4:46
5. "Stolen Car" – 3:54
6. "Ramrod" – 4:05
7. "The Price You Pay" – 5:29
8. "Drive All Night" – 8:33
9. "Wreck on the Highway" – 3:54

Bruce Springsteen Darkness on the Edge of Town

Darkness on the Edge of Town is a rock album by Bruce Springsteen, released in 1978.

1. "Badlands" – 4:01
2. "Adam Raised a Cain" – 4:32
3. "Something in the Night" – 5:11
4. "Candy's Room" – 2:51
5. "Racing in the Street" – 6:53
6. "The Promised Land" – 4:33
7. "Factory" – 2:17
8. "Streets of Fire" – 4:09
9. "Prove It All Night" – 3:56
10. "Darkness on the Edge of Town" – 4:30

Bruce Springsteen Born to Run

Born to Run is a rock album by American singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen, released in 1975. It was ranked #18 on the Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.

Side one

1. "Thunder Road" – 4:49
2. "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out" – 3:11
3. "Night" – 3:00
4. "Backstreets" – 6:30

Side two

1. "Born to Run" – 4:30
2. "She's the One" – 4:30
3. "Meeting Across the River" – 3:18
4. "Jungleland" – 9:36

Bruce Springsteen The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle

The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle is the second album by Bruce Springsteen and the as-yet-unnamed E Street Band, it is described by All Music Guide as One of the greatest albums in the history of rock and roll. It was released in 1973. The album includes the song Rosalita, the band's most used set-closing song for the first ten years of their career.

1. "The E Street Shuffle" – 4:31
2. "4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)" – 5:36
3. "Kitty's Back" – 7:09
4. "Wild Billy's Circus Story" – 4:47
5. "Incident on 57th Street" – 7:45
6. "Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)" – 7:04
7. "New York City Serenade" – 9:55

Bruce Springsteen Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J.

Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J. was the first album recorded by Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, released in 1973, and sold about 25,000 copies in the first year.

Side one

1. "Blinded by the Light" – 5:04
2. "Growin' Up" – 3:05
3. "Mary Queen of Arkansas" – 5:21
4. "Does This Bus Stop at 82nd Street?" – 2:05
5. "Lost in the Flood" – 5:17

Side two

1. "The Angel" – 3:24
2. "For You" – 4:40
3. "Spirit in the Night" – 4:59
4. "It's Hard to Be a Saint in the City" – 3:13

Blinded By the Light Lyrics often cause confusion:
A version of the song recorded by Manfred Mann's Earth Band was a major hit, reaching #1 on Billboard's Hot 100 on 19 February 1977. As of 2007, the Manfred Mann's Earth Band recording of "Blinded by the Light" is still Springsteen's only Number 1 single as a songwriter on the Hot 100. The chorus of the song (Manfred Mann version) features the commonly misunderstood lyric, "Blinded by the light, revved up like a deuce, another runner in the night." ("Deuce" refers to a '32 Ford Deuce Coupe.) Many listeners hear the word "douche" in place of "deuce."

Bruce Springsteen

Bruce Frederick Joseph Springsteen (born September 23, 1949) is an American songwriter, singer and guitarist. He has recorded and toured with the E Street Band. Springsteen is widely known for his brand of heartland rock infused with pop hooks, poetic lyrics, and Americana sentiments centered around his native New Jersey. His eloquence in expressing ordinary, everyday problems has earned him numerous awards, including eighteen Grammy Awards and an Academy Award, along with a notoriously dedicated and devoted global fan base. His most famous albums, Born to Run and Born in the U.S.A., epitomize his penchant for finding grandeur in the struggles of daily life. He has sold over 65 million albums in the U.S. alone.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Bob Marley Legend

Legend is a greatest hits collection of Bob Marley and the Wailers songs, released by Island records on May 8, 1984. The original compilation, first issued on LP, contains 14 songs in their edited single format. Later it was released on CD with the same listing. It includes 10 of Marley's 11 top 40 UK hits at the time, plus three songs from the early configuration of the Wailers with Peter Tosh and Bunny Livingston ("Stir It Up", "I Shot the Sheriff" and "Get Up, Stand Up"), and the last song released on Marley's final non-posthumous album Uprising, the fan-favorite "Redemption Song".

A remastered version appeared in 1995 on CD on Tuff Gong label. Although track listing has the same 14 songs, the tracks are now in their original album version, e.g. Exodus and No Woman No Cry over 7 minutes long.

1. "Is This Love" – 3:52
2. "No Woman, No Cry" (Vincent Ford) – 7:07
3. "Could You Be Loved" – 3:55
4. "Three Little Birds" – 3:00
5. "Buffalo Soldier" (Bob Marley/N.G. Williams) – 4:17
6. "Get Up, Stand Up" (Bob Marley/Peter Tosh) – 3:16
7. "Stir It Up" – 5:33
8. "Easy Skanking" – 2:57 (bonus track on original cassette edition/2002 reissue)
9. "One Love/People Get Ready" (Bob Marley/Curtis Mayfield) – 2:51
10. "I Shot the Sheriff" – 4:41
11. "Waiting in Vain" – 4:15
12. "Redemption Song" – 3:49
13. "Satisfy My Soul" – 4:32
14. "Exodus" – 7:36
15. "Jamming" – 3:31
16. "Punky Reggae Party" –6:52 (bonus track on original cassette edition/2002 reissue)

Bob Marley Live at the Roxy

Live at the Roxy is a two-disc live album by Bob Marley & The Wailers, released in 2003. The album contains a complete concert, recorded on May 26, 1976 at The Roxy, during the Rastaman Vibration tour.

Disc one

1. Introduction
2. "Trenchtown Rock"
3. "Burnin' and Lootin'"
4. "Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)"
5. "Rebel Music (3 O'Clock Roadblock)"
6. "I Shot the Sheriff"
7. "Want More"
8. "No Woman, No Cry"
9. "Lively Up Yourself"
10. "Roots, Rock, Reggae"
11. "Rat Race"

Disc two

1. "Positive Vibration"
2. "Get Up, Stand Up" / "No More Trouble" / "War"

Bob Marley Babylon by Bus

Babylon By Bus is a live album released by Bob Marley & The Wailers in 1978. The album was recorded mostly at the Pavillon de Paris in June 1978, during the Kaya Tour. Like the 1973 album Catch A Fire, the first release had something of a novelty cover. The windows of the bus on the front cover were cut out, revealing part of the inner sleeve. As this was a double album, the listener had a choice of four different scenes to view through the windows.

Side one

1. "Positive Vibration" (Vincent Ford)
2. "Punky Reggae Party" (Bob Marley/Lee Perry)
3. "Exodus"

Side two

1. "Stir It Up" (Recorded July 18 1975 at The Lyceum, London, England)
2. "Rat Race" (Rita Marley) (Recorded June 1978, Hammersmith Odeon, London, England)
3. "Concrete Jungle"
4. "Kinky Reggae"

Bob Marley – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Carlton Barrett – drums
Aston "Family Man" Barrett – bass
Tyrone "Organ D" Downie – keyboards
Junior Marvin – lead guitar
Alvin "Seeco" Patterson – percussion
Al Anderson – lead guitar
Earl "Wire" Lindo – keyboards
Rita Marley – backing vocals
Marcia Griffiths – backing vocals
Judy Mowatt – backing vocals

Side three

1. "Lively Up Yourself"
2. "Rebel Music (3 O'Clock Roadblock)" (Aston Barrett/Hugh Peart)
3. "War / No More Trouble" (Alan Cole/Carlton Barrett/Bob Marley)

Side four

1. "Is This Love"
2. "Heathen"
3. "Jamming"

Bob Marley Live!

Live! is a Bob Marley & The Wailers live album, released on December 5, 1975. Live! was recorded July 18 and July 19, 1975 at the Lyceum Ballroom in London. The performance remains one of Marley's most famous.

All tracks written by Bob Marley, except where noted.

1. "Trenchtown Rock"
2. "Burnin' And Lootin'"
3. "Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)" (Lecon Cogill/Carlton Barrett)
4. "Lively Up Yourself"
5. "No Woman, No Cry" (Vincent Ford)
6. "I Shot The Sheriff"
7. "Get Up, Stand Up" (Bob Marley/Peter Tosh)
8. "Kinky Reggae" (Bonus track on 2001 Remastered Edition)

Bob Marley Uprising

Uprising is a 1980 roots reggae album by Bob Marley & The Wailers. As Marley died the following year, Uprising was to become the final studio album to be released during his lifetime. This album is one of Marley's most directly religious, with nearly every song addressing his Rastafarian beliefs, culminating in the acoustic folk classic, "Redemption Song".

Uprising peaked at #41 on Billboard's (North America) Black Albums chart, and #45 on the Pop Albums chart. "Could You Be Loved" was #6 and #56 respectively on the Club Play Singles and Black Singles charts.

Side one

1. "Coming In From The Cold" - 4:33
2. "Real Situation" - 3:10
3. "Bad Card" - 2:52
4. "We And Dem" - 3:16
5. "Work" - 3:42

Side two

1. "Zion Train" – 3:34
2. "Pimper's Paradise" – 3:26
3. "Could You Be Loved" – 3:56
4. "Forever Loving Jah" – 3:51
5. "Redemption Song" – 3:47

Bob Marley Survival

Survival is a roots reggae album by Bob Marley & The Wailers released in 1979.

In the song Africa Unite, Marley proclaims Pan-African solidarity. The song "Zimbabwe" is a hymn dedicated to later-independent Rhodesia. The song has been performed at Zimbabwe's Independence Celebration in 1980, just after the official declaration of Zimbabwe's independence. "Zimbabwe" is seen as an unofficial national song.

Side one

1. "So Much Trouble in the World" – 4:00
2. "Zimbabwe" – 3:51
3. "Top Rankin'" – 3:11
4. "Babylon System" – 4:21
5. "Survival" – 3:54

Side two

1. "Africa Unite" – 2:55
2. "One Drop" – 3:51
3. "Ride Natty Ride" – 3:51
4. "Ambush in the Night" – 3:14
5. "Wake Up and Live" (Marley/Davis) – 5:00

Bob Marley Kaya

Kaya is a roots reggae album released by Bob Marley and the Wailers in 1978. The album consists of tracks recorded alongside those present on the Exodus album in 1977. The album has a very relaxed, laid back sound, lacking much of the militant quality of the Wailers lyrically and musically.

Side one

1. "Easy Skanking" – 2:53
2. "Kaya" – 3:15
3. "Is This Love" – 3:52
4. "Sun Is Shining" – 4:58
5. "Satisfy My Soul" – 4:30

Side two

1. "She's Gone" – 2:25
2. "Misty Morning" – 3:32
3. "Crisis" – 3:54
4. "Running Away" – 4:15
5. "Time Will Tell" – 3:25

Bob Marley Exodus

Exodus is a roots reggae album released by Bob Marley & the Wailers on June 3, 1977 (see 1977 in music). Much of Exodus was recorded in London, while Marley recuperated from an assassination attempt. It is widely considered to be one of Marley's best albums.

"Jamming," "Waiting in Vain" and "One Love/People Get Ready" were all huge international hits. Exodus peaked at #20 on Billboard's Pop Albums chart, and #15 on the Black Albums chart as well as remaining in the UK charts for 56 consecutive weeks. Other stand-outs include "Natural Mystic" and "The Heathen," which excel both musically and lyrically.

Disc one

The first disc contains Exodus remastered.

1. "Natural Mystic" – 3:28
2. "So Much Things to Say" – 3:08
3. "Guiltiness" – 3:20
4. "The Heathen" – 2:32
5. "Exodus" – 7:40
6. "Jammin'" – 3:31
7. "Waiting in Vain" – 4:16
8. "Turn Your Lights Down Low" – 3:39
9. "Three Little Birds" – 3:00
10. "One Love/People Get Ready" – 2:56
11. "Roots" (B-side of "Waiting in Vain" single) – 3:44
12. "Waiting in Vain" (alternate version, previously unreleased) – 4:44
13. "Jammin'" (long version, A-side of 12" single) – 5:52
14. "Jammin'" (version, previously unreleased) – 3:06
15. "Exodus" (version, B-side of "Exodus" single) – 3:08

Disc two

The second disc contains the Exodus tour live at the Rainbow Theatre, London, June 4, 1977. Tracks 6–10 are from sessions with Lee "Scratch" Perry, July–August 1977.

1. "The Heathen" (previously unreleased) – 6:48
2. "Crazy Baldhead/Running Away" (previously unreleased) – 9:22
3. "War/No More Trouble" (previously unreleased) – 7:44
4. "Jammin'" (previously unreleased) – 7:07
5. "Exodus" (previously unreleased) – 11:49
6. "Punky Reggae Party" (A-side of Jamaican 12" single) – 9:19
7. "Punky Reggae Party" (dub, B-side of Jamaican 12" single) – 8:50
8. "Keep On Moving" (previously unreleased original mix) – 6:26
9. "Keep On Moving" (dub, previously unreleased original mix) – 7:15
10. "Exodus Advertisement" – 1:08