Trovati 29 documenti.
Trovati 29 documenti.
Burbank : Warner Bros. Records, 2011
[S.l.] : Raven Records, 2010
[S.l.] : Edel, 2010
Abstract: The Best of Suede is a compilation album by English alternative rock band Suede, released in November 2010. The compilation spans two discs and it's a mix of singles, album tracks and B-sides compiled by lead singer Brett Anderson. Disc one includes all of the band's singles excluding "Positivity" and "Attitude". Disc two includes album tracks from the band's first three albums as well as B-sides from disc one of Sci-Fi Lullabies. Both Anderson and former guitarist Bernard Butler were involved in the remastering of the tracks with Chris Potter. The cover artwork is designed by Elizabeth Peyton. (Wikipedia)
[S.l.] : Acute, 
Abstract: The Method Actors were among the earliest bands to emerge from the Athens punk/new wave scene that produced The B-52s, R.E.M., Pylon, and many others. Acute's new CD This Is Still It--which R.E.M.'s Peter Buck describes in his liner notes as "a kind of secret history of the Athens scene"--revisits the early years of the legendary duo. Using repetitious grooves and guitars and thunderous drums, they underpinned surprisingly pop, hook-laden songwriting with an angsty racket of barely controlled chaos. (Amazon)
London : Domino Records, 2010
Abstract: Quarantine the Past: The Best of Pavement is a compilation album released by Pavement on March 8, 2010 to coincide with the band's reunion. The title of the compilation references a lyric from the 1994 song "Gold Soundz", which is the first song featured on the compilation. On January 5, 2010, Matador Records announced that a greatest hits compilation entitled Quarantine The Past: The Best Of Pavement would be released on March 9 on CD, double LP, and would contain 23 tracks from Pavement's entire career including “the scratchy and mysterious sounds of their early vinyl-only releases to the rich, multi-layered warmth of their final recordings.” The blog posting noted that “although the compilation does not include any unreleased material, it definitely digs deeper than the hits.” The blog posting revealed the artwork of the compilation, and announced a contest to guess the order of the songs on the album (except for the first track, which had been already revealed to be the band's 1994 single "Gold Soundz") in which the first place winner would get to see a Pavement reunion concert at Central Park Summerstage. In addition, a second place winner with the “most imaginative track listing” (as chosen by the band) would have their tracklisting pressed on a limited edition Record Store Day double LP version of Quarantine The Past. On January 25, Matador announced the correct track listing of the album and announced the winner of the competition (Wikipedia)
[S.l.] : Matador, 2010
Abstract: Casual Victim Pile = an anagram of "Live Music Capital". You can safely assume that with all due respect to the City of Austin's attempts to promote itself as such. This compilation is only meant to reflect what I like in Austin circa 2008-2010 But there's something to be said for a highly arbitrary take on things...Whether or notthere's a genuine tie to the region's musical history is up for debate - Gerard Cosloy, Austin TX, 9/2009
[S.l.] : Majordomo, 2010
[S.l.] : DGC, 2009
Abstract: Alone II: The Home Recordings of Rivers Cuomo is a compilation album by Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo. It is a sequel to Alone: The Home Recordings of Rivers Cuomo. On July 24, 2008 on riverscuomo.com, an entire list entitled "The 4 and 5 star demos of river como" [sic] was posted, with certain songs designated as songs that either appeared on Alone, Buddyhead's Gimme Skelter compilation, or Alone II. Soon after the list was posted, the site was redirected back to Cuomo's MySpace. On October 15, 2008, the album was made available for pre-order on Amazon.com and its release date was revealed as November 25, 2008, with http://www.interpunk.com reporting it will contain "a 3 song mini suite from the highly sought after Songs from the Black Hole and a cover of the Beach Boys' "Don't Worry Baby" and posting the cover artwork. The artwork was confirmed by Pitchfork Media on October 27, 2008. Alone II debuted at #2 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart with opening week sales of 6,000
[S.l.] : Mute, 2009
[S.l.] : Domino, 2009
Abstract: Fridge's music playfully skated all over the musical map, jumping from bashing lo-fi punk to sublime expanses of downtempo dance with equal enthusiasm. With their label (Output Recordings) now defunct, and Fridge having spawned no less than three successful side projects (Four Tet, Adem, and Kieran Hebden's collaborations with jazz legend Steve Reid), it was time to release a band-curated collection of their most memorable tracks from those wildly prolific years. Also includes six previously unreleased tracks from that era. Re-mastered, with photos and extensive liner notes from friends, collaborators, and the band. (Amazon)
[S.l.] : Sire, 2008
Abstract: The double-CD compilation of songs curated by Iraq war veteran Tomas Young, was released by Sire Records on March 18, 2008 — two days before the fifth anniversary of the United States’ invasion of Iraq. A Body of War music site was created to provide special features and related links. (Wikipedia) Iraq Veterans Against The War www.ivaw.org
[S.l.] : Milou Studios, 2008
Abstract: Broken Record Prayers is a compilation album by British indie rock band Comet Gain. It was released in the UK on 28 October 2008 through M.J. "Woodie" Taylor's own label, Milou Studios. (Wikipedia)
United Kingdom : BBC, p2008
Abstract: The BBC Sessions is an album by Belle & Sebastian. It is a double album. The first disc (Radio Sessions) is a compilation of unreleased recordings recorded between 1996 and 2001, while the second (Live in Belfast) is a live recording from a concert in Belfast on 21 December 2001. The live album contains covers of "Here Comes the Sun", "I'm Waiting for the Man" and "The Boys are Back in Town". The tracks on the first album come from sessions with Mark Radcliffe, Steve Lamacq and John Peel. The album cover features former member Isobel Campbell, who departed the band six years before this album's release.