Jukebox hire cds for your party

Here is the first list of about half of the cds that we have available. 70 of these can be supplied with a CD hire jukebox.

All or some of them can be supplied with a Digital Jukebox.

Once you have had a browse - please use one of our text listings to send us your selections:

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Each hire CD jukebox holds 70cds (double albums count as two cds) and it is from the list below that the majority of the cds will be drawn. As a standard package, each hire jukebox will have an excellent spread of music from the 60's to date. For a Digital Jukebox we generally put in around 100 albums.

If you have other music requirements then let us know. In the past we have catered for 50's, 60's and 70's nights, with the hire jukeboxes being predominantly filled with cds from these eras. We can also provide more dance music or modern cds. Whatever your taste in music or style of event, we will do our best to meet your needs.

To organise your hire, please ring us on 07973568331 or 01604 473101.

Address: Jukebox45s, 347 Billing Road East, Abington Vale, Northampton, NN3 3LL.

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I Care 4 U - Aaliyah

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Aaliyah

Category: Music : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Serving as both a greatest hits collection and a summary of stuff she'd been working on before her August 2001 death, I Care 4 U is a keen reminder of just how talented the 22-year-old Aaliyah was as a singer and song stylist. Sure, it's easy to have rhythm aplenty when R Kelly and Timbaland are guiding you, but Aaliyah's silken phrasings are her own, and her ability to unearth tenderness in even the most funky jam is a testament to her vision of R&B as musical comfort food. Songs from her three studio albums are well represented. Among them are "I Care 4 U" and "More than a Woman" from Aaliyah, the title track and "Got to Give it Up" from One in a Million; and "Back and Forth" and "At Your Best" from Age Ain't Nothing but a Number. Of course, the universally praiseworthy brand new tracks--"Come Over", "All I Need", "Miss You" and "Don't Worry" are the real goods. --Kim Hughes

Disc: 1

1.  Back and Forth
2.  Are You That Somebody
3.  One In A Million
4.  I Care 4 U
5.  More Than A Woman
6.  Don't Know What To Tell Ya
7.  Try Again
8.  All I Need
9.  Miss You
10.  Don't Worry
11.  Come Over
12.  Erica Kane
13.  At Your Best
14.  Got To Give It Up
15.  We Need A Resolution (feat. Timbaland)
16.  Rock The Boat

ABBA Gold: Greatest Hits - ABBA

ABBA Gold: Greatest Hits
ABBA

Category: Styles : Pop : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Anyone looking for the key to ABBA's enduring appeal should look no further than "Voulez Vous" and "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)" for their answer. There was an innocence to the Swedish quartet, even when they were singing about one-night stands and the invitations to them. Gold establishes that the band, while appreciated as campy, were actually multifaceted in their execution. "S.O.S." has a raw urgency in its chorus, and "Does Your Mother Know" draws its energy from classic 1950s rock & roll. Likewise, you don't have to be Priscilla to swoon over "Mamma Mia" or "Dancing Queen". And when it comes to drama, those soaring vocals on "The Winner Takes It All" turn the song into a bitter anthem of every relationship that has ever fallen apart. The much-covered "Lay All Your Love on Me" is practically epic. --Steve Gdula

Disc: 1

1.  Dancing queen
2.  Knowing me knowing you
3.  Take a chance on me
4.  Mamma mia
5.  Lay all your love on me
6.  Super trouper
7.  I have a dream
8.  Winner takes it all
9.  Money money money
10.  SOS
11.  Chiquitita
12.  Fernando
13.  Voulez vous
14.  Gimme gimme gimme
15.  Does your mother know
16.  One of us
17.  Name of the game
18.  Thank you for the music
19.  Waterloo

The Definitive Collection [EXTRA TRACKS] [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED] - Abba

The Definitive Collection [EXTRA TRACKS] [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED]
Abba

Category: Styles : Pop : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Is there anything which screams the 1970s most indelible pop cultural clichés-more than the Swedish pop phenomena Abba and their Definitive Collection? While many a pundit snootily dismissed them during their prime as some sort of prefabricated aberration, their worldwide popularity peaked somewhere just south of Beatlemania. Indeed, Abba's music was as finely tooled and crafted as anything to come from a Volvo or Ikea factory --if occasionally more economically potent. This double-disc, 37-track anthology comes neatly on the heels of Mama Mia, the smash, if unlikely, stage show based on the band's hits, and documents every single released by the band's Polar label in their home country was as well as key tracks released as singles elsewhere internationally. When you hear the term "Europop," this is the canon from whence the term sprang. With a continental sense of vocal neo-classicism, informed by just the right ethnic clichés (and oft wed to the era's insistent 4/4 disco beat) to make songs like "Mama Mia", "Fernando", "Chiquitita" and "Voulez-Vous" work on a global scale, the writing team of Bjorn Ulvaeus/Benny Anderson and their respective partners in music and life, Agnetha Faltskog and Frida Lyngstad, developed the seamless, wall-of-sound productions contained herein. Definitive Collection features a rare single remix of "Ring, Ring" and a 1979 promo-only extended mix of "Voulez-Vous" as bonus tracks, as well as a concise, illustrated history of the band and each track. --Jerry McCulley

Disc: 1

1.  People Need Love
2.  He Is Your Brother
3.  Ring Ring
4.  Love Isn't Easy (But It Sure Is Hard Enough)
5.  Waterloo
6.  Honey, Honey
7.  So Long
8.  I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do
9.  SOS
10.  Mamma Mia
11.  Fernando
12.  Dancing Queen
13.  Money, Money, Money
14.  Knowing Me, Knowing You
15.  The Name Of The Game
16.  Take A Chance On Me
17.  Eagle
18.  Summer Night City
19.  Chiquitita
20.  Does Your Mother Know

Disc: 2

1.  Voulez-Vous
2.  Angeleyes
3.  Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)
4.  I Have A Dream
5.  The Winner Takes It All
6.  Super Trouper
7.  On And On And On
8.  Lay All Your Love On Me
9.  One Of Us
10.  When All Is Said And Done
11.  Head Over Heels
12.  The Visitors (Crackin' Up)
13.  The Day Before You Came
14.  Under Attack
15.  Thank You For The Music
16.  Ring Ring (1974 Remix, Single Version) (Bonus Track)
17.  Voulez-Vous (Extended Remix) (Bonus Track)

19 - Adele

19
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Amazon.co.uk Review It's right there; on the cover, the spine, or illuminating from your iPod screen. But it's hard to corroborate it in your mind. London singer-songwriter Adele's debut album is titled 19, referencing her age, and there are hints it's true--its themes are almost exclusively concerned with young love's highs and (mostly) lows and there's a clipped estuary English tide-mark to her voice, allying her with the fresh-faced modern female songwriting guard; Lily Allen, Kate Nash, et al. But the sheer weight of her maturity--vocally, emotionally and in overall poise?really reduces that all to circumstantial evidence. Adele is carrying something much bigger here, you can't help but be consumed by it on "Daydreamer" with it's jazzy tip-toeing guitar and elastic vocal range and "Hometown Glory" with its deep, lonely piano serving as a bed for the raw emotional undressing that takes place above it. Draw a line between timeless, powerful singers like Ella Fitzgerald and the modern standard of Amy Winehouse; Adele balances and pirouettes confidently along that tightrope. Winehouse particularly informs the likes of "Cold Shoulder" and double-bass heavy "Best for Last", and that's not an alignment that's ever going to be easy to realise credibly. Needless to say, she does, with ease. On future classic "Chasing Pavements" she also gives a nonsensical phrase a handful of heart in lieu of meaning and when you can pull that off convincingly you know you're in possession of something special. Who dares to dream what bigger numbers could bring. --James Berry Description '19' is the debut album by London songstress Adele. In a vocal and style reminiscent of Amy Winehouse, Etta James and Ella Fitzgerald this is an album that easily justifies the comparisons. Smoky, lingering vocals lament tales of lost loveand heartbreak whilst retaining a positive charm. Features the singles 'Chasing Pavements' and 'Hometown Glory'.

Disc: 1

1.  Daydreamer
2.  Best For Last
3.  Chasing Pavements
4.  Cold Shoulder
5.  Crazy For You
6.  Melt My Heart To Stone
7.  First Love
8.  Right As Rain
9.  Make You Feel My Love
10.  My Same
11.  Tired
12.  Hometown Glory
 

The Best of the Animals - Animals

The Best of the Animals
Animals

Category: Styles : Rock : Classic Rock : Blues Rock

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Amazon.co.uk Review One of the great British bands of the 1960s, the Animals' star has been eclipsed over the years by the likes of the Rolling Stones, the Who and even the retro cultists' favourites, the Yardbirds. This authoritative Best Of serves as a reminder of just how unfair that is. The Animals caught the spirit of the blues and gave it an English force and feel in a way other, equally reverent bands never quite accomplished. Their version of "We've Gotta Get Out Of This Place" sums up the industrial north of its era as well as any John Braine novel, while "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" is an R&B classic to stand proudly with any of its American inspirations. There's plenty to enjoy in many of the less famous tracks, too--"I'm Crying", "Bright Lights Big City", "Baby Let Me Take You Home", the band's take on John Lee Hooker's "Boom Boom". It's true that the Animals never produced the extensive repertoire some of their contemporaries achieved; but that means every bit of their coarse energy has been preserved on this collection. --David Bennun

Disc: 1

1.  House of the Rising Sun
2.  Don't let me be misunderstood
3.  We gotta get out of this place
4.  Roadrunner
5.  Baby let me take you home
6.  Club a go go
7.  Boom boom
8.  Gonna send you back to Walker
9.  Dimples
10.  I'm crying
11.  Talkin' 'bout you (full version)
12.  I'm mad again
13.  I believe to my soul
14.  I ain't got you
15.  Bringing it home to me
16.  It's my life
17.  Bright lights big city
18.  I'm gonna change the world
19.  Don't bring me down
20.  Inside looking out
21.  House of the Rising Sun (video clip)

Best Of (Remastered) - Animals, The

Best Of (Remastered)
Animals, The

Category: Rock/Pop

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20 digitally remastered early Animal gems.

Disc: 1

1.  House Of The Rising Sun Animals
2.  Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood Animals
3.  We've Gotta Get Out Of This Place Animals
4.  Roadrunner Animals
5.  Baby Let Me Take You Home Animals
6.  Club A Go Go Animals
7.  Boom Boom Animals
8.  Gonna Send You Back To Walker Animals
9.  Dimples Animals
10.  I'm Crying Animals
11.  Talkin Bout You (Full Version) Animals
12.  I'm Mad Again Animals
13.  I Believe To My Soul Animals
14.  I Ain't Got You Animals
15.  Bring It On Home To Me Animals
16.  It's My Life Animals
17.  Bright Lights Big City Animals
18.  I'm Gonna Change The World Animals
19.  Don't Bring Me Down Animals
20.  Inside Looking Out Animals

Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not [IMPORT] - Arctic Monkeys

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Product Description UK pressing. Debut album from the group signed to the same label as Franz Ferdinand. Domino. 2006.

Disc: 1

1.  View From The Afternoon
2.  I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor
3.  Fake Tales Of San Francisco
4.  Dancing Shoes
5.  You Probably Couldn'T See For The Lights But You Were Looking Straight At Me
6.  Still Take You Home
7.  Riot Van
8.  Red Light Indicates Doors Are Secured
9.  Mardy Bum
10.  Perhaps Vampires Is A Bit Strong But
11.  When The Sun Goes Down
12.  From The Ritz To The Rubble
13.  Certain Romance

Feels So Good - Atomic Kitten

Feels So Good
Atomic Kitten

Category: Music : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review The second album from Atomic Kitten is a mixed bag of good and bad. The good thing about Feels So Good is a varied selection of well crafted songs from a respected group of writers whose credits include hits for Kylie and All Saints to name but two. The downside is their obvious shift to middle-of-the-road, adult-orientated "soft-pop" inspired by the reaction to their uber-ballad "Whole Again". Having made it to number one, their cover of "The Tide Is High" (a song made famous by Blondie) can't be argued with. But compared to the original it remains decidedly flat, lacking the punch that made the earlier version a timeless classic. The album's high point is most definitely the title track, written for the Kittens by none other than Kylie Minogue; it is typical pop-diva material with a disco class and fat rhythm section that will undoubtedly make it a camp anthem for the latter half of 2002. If you had to predict a Radio Two hit it could well be the mid-tempo, faux-80s ballad "Love Doesn't Have To Hurt". With its soft and cuddly acoustic guitar and so-happy-to-be-in-love type of chorus it could well be a strong contender for post-Christmas number one. To summarise the album, none of it's bad, but not much is great either…just somewhere in the middle. --David Trueman

Disc: 1

1.  It's OK
2.  Love Won't Wait
3.  The Tide Is High (Get The Feeling)
4.  Feels So Good
5.  Walking On Water
6.  The Moment You Leave Me
7.  The Last Goodbye
8.  Love Doesn't Have To Hurt
9.  Softer The Touch
10.  The Way That You Are
11.  Baby Don't Hurt Me
12.  So Hot
13.  Maybe I'm Right
14.  No One Loves You (Like I Love You)

Let Go - Avril Lavigne

Let Go
Avril Lavigne

Category: Styles : Pop : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Self-professed skate punk Avril Lavigne sings that she'd "rather be anything but ordinary" on her debut. While the fact that she had a record deal by the age of 16 separates her from the pack, too often Let Go's lyrical shortcomings drag the teenager's musically impressive recording entrée into the realm of the typical. The catchy choruses of Let's Go are substantial, though, thanks to Lavigne's riff-driven melodies and powerful vocals, which at times adopt the unorthodox intonation quirks of fellow Canadian Alanis Morissette. The nuanced, dynamic "Losing Grip", "My World" (which perfectly captures the ennui of suburbia) and the buoyant power-pop blast "Sk8er Boi" are the collection's highlights. But Lavigne's honest yet awkward words weigh down the likes of "Mobile", "I'm with You" and "Naked". "Nobody's Fool", which displays her Pink-like take-me-as-I-am credo, hints that someday Lavigne's lyrics will match the strength of her music. --Annie Zaleski

Disc: 1

1.  Losing Grip
2.  Complicated
3.  Sk8er Boi
4.  I'm With You
5.  Mobile
6.  Unwanted
7.  Tomorrow
8.  Anything, But Ordinary
9.  Things I'll Never Say
10.  My World
11.  Nobody's Fool
12.  Too Much To Ask
13.  Naked

Eternal Flame: Best Of - Bangles, The

Eternal Flame: Best Of
Bangles, The

Category: Rock/Pop

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Amazon.co.uk Review Eternal Flame: The Best of the Bangles is a re-appraisal of their work following the success fellow girl band Atomic Kitten had with one of their finest works, "Eternal Flame". Who'd have ever thought they'd be grateful to Atomic Kitten, but if it means a return to prominence of one of the finest girl bands of the 1980s, then who's complaining. Looking at this compilation, it is quite surprising how many you actually know - of course there's the mega-hits such as "Eternal Flame", "Manic Monday", "Walk Like an Egyptian" and "Hazy Shade of Winter", but then there's also the not-so-huge-but-still-great tracks such as "If She Knew What She Wants", "Walking down Your Street" and "In Your Room". For Bangles fans this is an essential testament to the way they were; for Atomic Kitten fans, this is how it should be done. --Helen Marquis

Disc: 1

1.  Manic Monday Bangles
2.  Eternal Flame Bangles
3.  If She Knew What She Wants Bangles
4.  Walk Like An Egyptian Bangles
5.  Walking Down Your Street Bangles
6.  Hero Takes A Fall Bangles
7.  Going Down To Liverpool Bangles
8.  Following Bangles
9.  Hazy Shade Of Winter Bangles
10.  In Your Room Bangles
11.  Be With You Bangles
12.  I'll Set You Free Bangles
13.  Everything I Wanted Bangles
14.  Where Were You When I Needed You Bangles
15.  My Side Of The Bed Bangles
16.  Bangles Hit Mix Bangles

Pet Sounds - Beach Boys

Pet Sounds
Beach Boys

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review This was pretty much the only occasion on which Brian Wilson managed to articulate his extraordinary musical vision over the length of an album. As such, Pet Sounds is not merely one of the greatest records ever made, but also one of the towering masterpieces of 20th-century art. Every song here, from the exuberant introduction of "Wouldn't It Be Nice" to the concluding, wistful lament of "Caroline No", is definitive pop music. Wilson's fantastical orchestrations and harmonies support a collection of lyrics which are childishly innocent almost to the point of appearing sinister--no album has ever started with a less traditionally rock & roll sentiment than "Wouldn't it be nice if we were married?". When delivered in Wilson's anguished whine, the effect is gloriously heartbreaking--as statements of naked vulnerability go, "I Know There's An Answer" and "I Just \ Wasn't Made For These Times" remain difficult to top. Popular legend has it that when the fiercely insecure and competitive Wilson, a year on from Pet Sounds, heard the Beatles' Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, he was devastated. He needn't have worried. Pet Sounds wasn't trumped then, and it won't be anytime in the future.--Andrew Mueller

Disc: 1

1.  Wouldn't it be nice
2.  You still believe in me
3.  That's not me
4.  Don't talk
5.  I'm waiting for the day
6.  Let's go away for a while
7.  Sloop John B
8.  God only knows
9.  I know there's an answer
10.  Here today
11.  I just wasn't made for these times
12.  Pet sounds
13.  Caroline no

1 - Beatles

1
Beatles

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Proving yet again their willingness to dice 'n' slice their burgeoning legacy into new--if not exactly fresh--product, the Fab Four Minus One released this single disc compendium of their No. 1 hits. Though obviously superfluous to long-time Fabs faithful (who may also find themselves quibbling over the precise definition of "No. 1 hit" and the exclusion of seeming contenders like "Please Please Me" and "Strawberry Fields"), newly arrived visitors from the Pleiades star cluster and other neophytes will find it a concise and generous (nearly 80 minutes) single-disc introduction to the band's career-spanning, unparalleled dominance of pop music in the 1960s and beyond. But more than merely a trophy case of commercial success (and it won't be hard to find people to argue that these singles aren't even the band's best work), 1 is also a quick sketch of a remarkable seven-year musical evolution, one that stretches from the neo-skiffle of "Love Me Do" through a remarkable synthesis of R&B, rockabilly, Tin Pan Alley, gospel, country and classical that still defies efforts to effectively deconstruct it. --Jerry McCulley From the Label In selecting the tracks for 1, EMI Records together with Capitol Records in the USA chose the songs that were either No.1 in the Record Retailer chart in the UK (the only independently-audited UK chart throughout the sixties) or in the Billboard chart in the USA. The Beatles achieved 17 No.1 hits on the Record Retailer singles chart between May 1963 and July 1969. In the USA, The Beatles had a total of 20 No.1 singles between February 1964 and June 1970. Full Details Of Each Track's No 1 Status in The UK/USA follows: "From Me To You", 2nd May 1960, 7 Weeks UK "She Loves You", 12th Sept 1963, 4 Weeks UK "She Loves You", 28th Nov 1963, 2 Week UK "I Want To Hold Your Hand", 12th Dec 1963, 5 Weeks UK "I Want To Hold Your Hand", 1st Feb 1964, 7 Weeks USA "She Loves You", 21st March 1964, 2 Weeks USA "Can't Buy Me Love", 2nd April 1964, 3 Weeks UK "Can't Buy Me Love", 4th April 1964, 5 Weeks USA "Love Me Do", 30th May 1964, 1 Week USA "A Hard Day's Night", 23rd July 1964, 3 Weeks UK "A Hard Day's Night", 1st August 1964, 2 Weeks USA "I Feel Fine", 10th Dec 1964, 5 Weeks UK "I Feel Fine", 26th Dec 1964, 3 Weeks USA "Eight Days A Week", 13th March 1965, 2 Weeks USA "Ticket To Ride", 22nd April 1965, 3 Weeks UK "Ticket To Ride", 22nd May 1965, 1 Week USA "Help!", 5th August 1965, 3 Weeks UK "Help!", 4th Sept 1965, 3 Weeks USA "Yesterday", 9th Oct 1965, 4 Weeks USA "Day Tripper/We Can Work It Out", 16th Dec 1965, 5 Weeks UK "We Can Work It Out", 8th Jan 1966, 2 Weeks USA "We Can Work It Out", 29th Jan 1966, 1 Week USA "Paperback Writer", 23rd June 1966, 2 Weeks UK "Paperback Writer", 25th June 1966, 1 Week USA "Paperback Writer", 9th July 1966, 1 Week USA "Yellow Submarine/Eleanor Rigby", 18th August 1966, 4 Weeks UK "Penny Lane", 18th March 1967, 1 Week USA "All You Need Is Love", 19th July 1967, 3 Weeks UK "All You Need Is Love", 19th August 1967, 1 Week USA "Hello, Goodbye", 6th Dec 1967, 7 Weeks UK "Hello, Goodbye", 30th Dec 1967, 3 Weeks USA "Lady Madonna", 27th March 1968, 2 Weeks UK "Hey Jude", 11th Sept 1968, 2 Weeks UK "Hey Jude", 28th Sept 1968, 9 Weeks USA "Get Back", 23rd April 1969, 6 Weeks UK "Get Back", 24th May 1969, 5 Weeks USA "The Ballad Of John And Yoko", 11th June 1969, 3 Weeks UK "Something/Come Together", 29th Nov 1969, 1 Week USA "Let It Be", 11th April 1970, 2 Weeks USA "The Long And Winding Road", 13th June 1970, 2 Weeks USA UK Total Weeks at No.1: 69 Weeks USA Total Weeks at No. 1: 59 Weeks 128 Weeks at No. 1 in the UK

Disc: 1

1.  Love me do
2.  From me to you
3.  She loves you
4.  I want to hold your hand
5.  Can't buy me love
6.  A hard day's night
7.  I feel fine
8.  Eight days a week
9.  Ticket to ride
10.  Help!
11.  Yesterday
12.  Day tripper
13.  We can work it out
14.  Paperback writer
15.  Yellow submarine
16.  Eleanor Rigby
17.  Penny Lane
18.  All you need is love
19.  Hello, goodbye
20.  Lady Madonna
21.  Hey Jude
22.  Get back
23.  The ballad of John and Yoko
24.  Something
25.  Come together
26.  Let it be
27.  The long and winding road

The Record - Their Greatest Hits - Bee Gees

The Record - Their Greatest Hits
Bee Gees

Category: Styles : Pop : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Don't look for a richly illustrated, critical essay-packed hagiography with The Record, a 40-track, double-disc overview of the Bee Gees' recording career. In typical, telling fashion, the Brothers Gibb have eschewed such exercises in ego inflation and simply let the best of their remarkable body of music speak for itself. Through it all, their familiar voices lock together in the sort of transcendent, seemingly genetic harmony that few singers since the Everly Brothers (early Gibb inspirations) have managed. Beginning with the plaintive 1966 hit "New York Mining Disaster 1941", this set traces the Gibb's journey from successful Beatles-era balladeers to 1970s white R&B gods and the undisputed kings of disco (we're reminded here that their shrewd metamorphosis began with "Nights on Broadway" and "Jive Talkin" long before the mega-success of "Saturday Night Fever"). But even as that dance-craze faded again threatening to turn the Bee Gees into pop anachronisms, the Gibbs simply stepped out of the limelight for a while, turning their talents to MOR hitmaking for the likes of Dolly Parton, Barbara Streisand and Dionne Warwick, whose hits ("Emotion", "Heartbreaker", "Islands in the Stream") are featured here in modern re-recordings by the band, along with the Streisand/Barry Gibb duet, "Guilty". ----Jerry McCulley

Disc: 1

1.  New York Mining Disaster 1941
2.  To Love Somebody
3.  Holiday
4.  Massachusetts
5.  World
6.  Words
7.  Jumbo (UK Bonus Track)
8.  I've Gotta Get A Message To You
9.  I Started A Joke
10.  First Of May
11.  Saved By The Bell
12.  Don't Forget To Remember
13.  Lonely Days
14.  How Can You Mend A Broken Heart
15.  My World (UK Bonus Track)
16.  Run To Me
17.  Jive Talkin'
18.  Nights On Broadway
19.  Fanny (Be Tender With My Love)
20.  Love So Right
21.  If I Can't Have You
22.  Love Me
23.  You Should Be Dancing

Disc: 2

1.  Stayin' Alive
2.  How Deep Is Your Love
3.  Night Fever
4.  More Than A Woman
5.  Emotion
6.  Too Much Heaven
7.  Tragedy
8.  Love You Inside Out
9.  Guilty
10.  Heartbreaker
11.  Islands In The Stream
12.  You Win Again
13.  One
14.  Secret Love
15.  For Whom The Bell Tolls
16.  Alone
17.  Immortality
18.  This Is Where I Came In
19.  Spicks & Specks

4 - Beyoncé

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Beyoncé

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Editorial Reviews - 4

All Music Guide
Beyoncé reportedly delivered over 70 songs to Columbia for her fourth solo studio album. The dozen that made the cut, combined with their sequencing, make it plain that straightforward crossover-dance singles and cohesion were not priorities. Taking it in at once is mystifying, even when little attention is paid to the lyrics. The opening '1+1,' a sparse and placid vocal showcase, fades in with a somber guitar line, throws up occasional and brief spikes in energy, and slowly recedes. It's the kind of song one would expect to hear during an album's second half, certainly not as the opener -- not with the (fittingly) slight sonics and heavy lines like 'Just when I ball up my fist, I realize I'm laying right next to you, baby.' Three additional ballads follow. Each one features its own set of collaborators and contrasts both sonically and lyrically. 'I Care' rolls in on pensive percussion and low-profile synthesizer drones, surging during a cathartic chorus. 'I Miss You,' alluringly bleak and hushed, is a codependent confessional. The only one that's rote, 'Best Thing I Never Had' is a bombastic kiss-off saved by Beyoncé's ability to plow through it. From there, the album restlessly bounces between tempos and moods: a desperate midtempo chest thumper, a couple cyborg marching-band dancefloor tracks, an ecstatic early-'90s throwback, yet more ballads. What's most surprising is that a song titled 'Party,' co-produced by Kanye West with a guest verse from André 3000, quickly settles into a low-watt groove and remains there. Wildcard interludes and a Euro-pop party-anthem cash-in would be the only ways to make the album more scattered, but the strength of most of the material, propelled by Beyoncé's characteristically acrobatic vocal skills, eases the trouble of sifting through the disjointed assortment. No one but one of the most talented and accomplished singers -- one with 16 Grammys, nothing left to prove, and every desired collaborator at her disposal -- could have made this album. Andy Kellman

Disc: 1

1. 1+1
2. I Care
3. I Miss You
4. Best Thing I Never Had
5. Party
6. Rather Die Young
7. Start Over
8. Love on Top
9. Countdown
10. End of Time
11. I Was Here
12. Run the World (Girls)

Very Best of - James Brown

  Very Best of
James Brown

Category: Classic Rock

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James Brown was and will always remain The Godfather. His influence on Funk and Soul music is undeniable and will be felt for decades and generations to come. This 20 track compilation is the perfect reminder of the impact he had on music but also serves as a great introduction for the uninitiated. The sweat that drips from the speakers when this CD plays is The Godfather's passion and power coming through loud and clear. Includes 'Papa's Got A Brand New Bag', 'I Got You (I Feel Good)', 'Cold Sweat', 'Funky Drummer', 'Please Please Please' and many more. Universal. 2007.

Disc: 1

1.  Papa's Got A Brand New Bag
2.  I Got You (I Feel Good)
3.  It's A Man's Man's Man's World
4.  Please Please Please
5.  Think
6.  Night Train
7.  Cold Sweat
8.  Give It Up Or Turn It A Loose
9.  Funky Drummer, Parts 1 & 2
10.  Get Up, I Feel Like Being A Sex Machine
11.  Soul Power
12.  Get On The Good Foot
13.  Doing It To Death
14.  Get Up Offa That Thing
15.  I'm Real
16.  It's Too Funky In Here
17.  Living In America
18.  Super Bad
19.  The Boss
20.  The Payback Mix

 

The Best Of Eddie Cochran - Eddie Cochran

The Best Of Eddie Cochran
Eddie Cochran

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Album Description One of Rock and Roll's first "legends" Eddie Cochran was an early performer of rockabilly music and one of its most exciting and dynamic guitar players. Eddie Cochran has come to symbolize the early rebel rocker due his haunting skills as a guitarists and composer. This collection features the hits, album tracks and B sides from Cochran's short career. Over the years, Eddie's records have remained popular and is now recognized worldwide as one of the most important figures of pre-Beatles music.

Disc: 1

1.  Summertime Blues
2.  Three Steps To Heaven
3.  Somethin' Else
4.  Cut Across Shorty
5.  Twenty Flight Rock
6.  Sittin' In The Balcony
7.  Drive In Show
8.  Three Stars
9.  Skinny Jim
10.  Sweetie Pie
11.  Completely Sweet
12.  Pretty Girl
13.  Tell Me Why
14.  Undying Love
15.  Blue Suede Shoes
16.  Little Lou
17.  Teresa
18.  I Remember
19.  Weekend
20.  That's My Desire

Disc: 2

1.  C'mon Everybody
2.  Teenage Heaven
3.  Hallelujah, I Love Her So
4.  Long Tall Sally
5.  Nervous Breakdown
6.  Jeanie, Jeanie, Jeanie
7.  Lonely
8.  Am I Blue
9.  Heart Breakin' Mama
10.  Rock And Roll Blues
11.  Cherished Memories
12.  Eddie's Blues
13.  My Way
14.  Pink Peg Slacks
15.  Milk Cow Blues
16.  Boll Weevil Song
17.  Little Angel
18.  Mean When I'm Mad
19.  Dark Lonely Street
20.  Think Of Me
 

Experience The Divine: Greatest Hits - Bette Midler

Experience The Divine: Greatest Hits
Bette Midler

Category: Rock/Pop

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Includes 4 Tracks Not On The U.S. Version: 'To Deserve You (Single Mix)', The Rolling Stones' Beast Of Burden, Marshall Crenshaw's 'You'Re My Favorite Waste Of Time' And 'To Deserve You (Album Mix)'...As Well As Different Artwork.

Disc: 1

1.  To Deserve You (Single Remix) Bette Midler
2.  Beast Of Burden Bette Midler
3.  Favorite Waste Of Time Bette Midler
4.  Hello In There Bette Midler
5.  Do You Want To Dance Bette Midler
6.  From A Distance Bette Midler
7.  Chapel Of Love Bette Midler
8.  Only In Miami Bette Midler
9.  When A Man Loves A Woman Bette Midler
10.  Rose Bette Midler
11.  Miss Otis Regrets Bette Midler
12.  Shiver Me Timbers Bette Midler
13.  Wind Beneath My Wings Bette Midler
14.  Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy Bette Midler
15.  One For My Baby (And One More For The Road) (Live) Bette Midler
16.  Friends Bette Midler
17.  In My Life Bette Midler
18.  To Deserve You (Album Version) Bette Midler

Ceremonials - Florence + The Machine

Ceremonials
Florence + The Machine

Category: Alternative & Indie

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Florence Welch's debut album of 2009, Lungs, lived up to the hype of a music press that had been utterly seduced by her harp plucks and tribal drum riffs, her otherworldly sensibility and her arresting vocals. She pushed us through fairy-tale dreamscapes and catapulted us through life's dramas with anger and beauty, her voice as strident, sharp and strong as a deftly brandished scimitar. Visceral, raw and passionate, Lungs was aptly named.

And so too is the follow-up, fittingly released on Halloween. The arrangements here are even more richly layered and majestic; they surge with strings and arrive backed by choristers, while the narratives are darker and prioritise the spirit over the corporeal. Lead single What the Water Gave Me, issued as a standalone cut in August, is brooding and windswept, its harp twinkling eerily in the ether. As Welch mournfully sings of being laid down with "pockets full of stones" before the track swells to a choir-bolstered climax of Emily Brontë 'n' Kate Bush proportions, images of her as John William Waterhouse's doomed, red-headed Ophelia can't help but swim before your eyes. It is magnificent - so it's hardly surprising that, despite not having a physical release, it managed to chart.

But as a taster it is misleading, for little comes close to either its elegiac splendour or its subtlety. The disturbing, discordant Seven Devils, with its lyrics about being "dead before the day is done", is at least as sinister. It resembles Heavy In Your Arms (perhaps this is a Twilight - or, bearing in mind those familiar scales, should that be Twilight Zone? - soundtrack waiting to be commissioned), but is as intense as a blow to the head with a broomstick. Forthcoming single No Light, No Light - drum-chased, harp-gilded and hook-jawed - recalls the likes of Cosmic Love, but its epic proportions are too much; while the anthemic opener Only If for A Night, a mix of bombast and ballast, is too ponderous.

Ceremonials, which sees Lungs producer Paul Epworth return but ignore all restraint, offers the pomp, but somehow not quite the power, of Welch's debut: this is all grandeur without any grace. The more weight and length (the average is five minutes) given to the songs, the less impact they have and the more wearied they leave you - it's probably best not to listen to the 20-track deluxe edition in one sitting. Having established herself as Florence, the songstress of craft and great emotion, it's a shame she's now allowed her machine to take over. --Alix Buscovic

Disc: 1

1.  Only If For A Night
2.  Shake It Out
3.  What The Water Gave Me
4.  Never Let Me Go
5.  Breaking Down
6.  Lover To Lover
7.  No Light, No Light
8.  Seven Devils
9.  Heartlines
10.  Spectrum
11.  All This And Heaven Too
12.  Leave My Body

Greatest Hits - Foo Fighters

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Foo Fighters

Category: Alternative

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2009 collection from Dave Grohl and the Foos including two brand new tracks, 'Wheels' and 'Word Forward', both recorded with producer Butch Vig (who also produced Grohl's former band, Nirvana!). This excellent collection features some of the finest melodic Rock released in the last 15 years including 'The Pretender', 'All My Life', 'Learn To Fly', 'Best of You', 'Times Like These', 'My Hero', 'Everlong', and many more.

Disc: 1

1.  All My Life
2.  Best of You
3.  Everlong
4.  The Pretender
5.  My Hero
6.  Learn to Fly
7.  Times Like These
8.  Monkey Wrench

Rock Around the Clock - Bill Haley & The Comets

Rock Around the Clock
Bill Haley & The Comets

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Shake rattle and roll
2.  ROCK
3.  Calling all comets
4.  See you later alligator
5.  Saints rock 'n' roll
6.  Razzle dazzle
7.  ABC Boogie
8.  Don't knock the rock
9.  Rip it up
10.  Rockin' thru the rye
11.  Birth of the boogie
12.  Rock a beatin' boogie
13.  Dim dim the lights
14.  Mambo rock
15.  Rudy's rock
16.  Skinny Minnie
17.  Thirteen women
18.  Corrina Corrina
19.  Forty cups of coffee
20.  We're gonna rock around the clock

Mean to Me - Billie Holiday

Mean to Me
Billie Holiday

Category: Styles : Lounge, Nostalgia & Exotica : Nostalgia

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Disc: 1

1.  Mean to me
2.  How could you
3.  Let's call the whole thing off
4.  They can't take that away from me
5.  I'll get by
6.  Foolin' myself
7.  Easy livin'
8.  I'll never be the same
9.  Me myself and I
10.  Sailboat in the moonlight
11.  Travellin' all alone
12.  He's funny that way
13.  Nice work if you can get it
14.  My man
15.  Can't help lovin' dat man
16.  I can't believe that your in love with me
17.  If dreams come true
18.  Back in your own backyard
19.  You go to my head
20.  I'm gonna lock my heart

Back To Black - Amy Winehouse

Back To Black
Amy Winehouse

Category: Rock/Pop

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It doesn't take much listening to Amy Winehouse's 1960s pop period piece to realize that this is a tribute with an edge--nice girls back then didn't sing about boozing and rehab. Since her 2003 debut album, FRANK, Winehouse has been a frequent presence on the gossip pages of the U.K. tabloids, and her songwriting here candidly reflects her experiences with drinking, sex, and drugs. BACK TO BLACK's production is an artful blend of sophisticated '60s R&B and 21st-century stylistic poaching, with "Tears Dry on Their Own" incorporating elements of Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell's "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," and Winehouse sounding like Billie Holiday fronting a reggae band on the old-fashioned cheating song "Just Friends." Densely packed with musical history and often conjuring a dark, Portishead-esque atmosphere, BACK TO BLACK is a sumptuous-sounding collection freighted with blunt confessionals of a lush life. Rolling Stone (p.76) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Winehouse is a nervy, witty songstress whom indie rockers, pop fans and hip-hoppers can dig." Entertainment Weekly (p.67) - "It's precisely Winehouse's lyrics...aching, flirty, and often straight-up nasty -- that raise this expertly crafted set into the realm of true, of-the-minute originality." -- Grade: A-

Disc: 1

1.  Rehab
2.  You Know I'm No Good
3.  Me & Mr. Jones (Fuckery)
4.  Just Friends
5.  Back To Black
6.  Love Is A Losing Game
7.  Tears Dry On Their Own
8.  Wake Up Alone
9.  Some Unholy War
10.  He Can Only Hold Her
11.  Addicted
12.  Love Is A Losing Game - (Acoustic Demo)

Costello Music - Fratellis

Costello Music
Fratellis

Category: Rock/Pop

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Disc: 1

1.  Henrietta
2.  Flathead
3.  Cuntry Boys & City Girls
4.  Whistle For The Choir
5.  Chelsea Dagger
6.  For The Girl
7.  Doginabag
8.  Creepin Up The Backstairs
9.  Vince The Loveable Stoner
10.  Everybody Knows You Cried Last Night
11.  Baby Fratelli
12.  Got Ma Nuts From A Hippie
13.  Ole Black 'N' Blue Eyes
 

Greatest Hits - Billy Idol

Greatest Hits
Billy Idol

Category: Styles : Indie : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Stop the obituary column! If nothing else, Greatest Hits proves that Billy Idol lives. And no one seems more surprised--and naturally relieved--about that than the platinum-plumed, former Generation X man himself. Save a couple of cameo film appearances and rent-a-celebrity guest slots with the likes of the Who and Black Sabbath's Tommy Iommi, the last few years have been a downhill, demon-grappling descent into ill-health and white powder abuse for the motorbike-crashing, curly-lipped "Punk Elvis". And it's been that way since 1993's rotten, futuristic concept-album flop Cyberpunk. Greatest Hits not only features Idols' first new material in years (ok, so it's a cover of a song associated with Simple Minds, but this is actually a last-minute replacement for "Bitter Pill" which will now appear on his next studio album) but it also reminds us that in the 1980s, Billy Idol--and his never-mentioned-enough over-haired guitar-slinger Steve Stevens--had the populist touch with their America-friendly, melodious alloy of metal and polished-up punk. And that situation remains. "White Wedding", for instance, is now a record as ceremonially ubiquitous as Stevie Wonder's "Happy Birthday". And whilst "Rebel Yell" was never even slightly rebellious or even much of a yell, it certainly made for some energetic male bonding at certain over-lubricated Rugby Club social events (also included is a acoustic version of that song from LA's KROQ radio in Christmas 1993). Greatest Hits is the most comprehensive Billy Idol compilation available. Here's hoping his imminent comeback will contribute towards making his next compilation even better. --Kevin Maidment

Disc: 1

1.  Dancing With Myself Generation X
2.  Mony Mony
3.  Hot in the City
4.  White Wedding, Pt. 1
5.  Rebel Yell
6.  Eyes Without a Face
7.  Flesh for Fantasy
8.  Catch My Fall
9.  To Be a Lover
10.  Don't Need a Gun [Single Edit]
11.  Sweet Sixteen
12.  Cradle of Love
13.  L.A. Woman [Single Edit]
14.  Shock to the System
15.  Rebel Yell [Live and Acoustic]
16.  Don't You (Forget About Me)

Atomic : The Very Best of Blondie - Blondie

Atomic : The Very Best of Blondie
Blondie

Category: Styles : Indie : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Atomic
2.  Heart of Glass
3.  Sunday Girl
4.  Call Me {Theme from American Gigolo}
5.  Tide Is High
6.  Denis
7.  Dreaming
8.  Rapture
9.  Hanging on the Telephone
10.  (I'm Always Touched by Your) Presence, Dear
11.  Island of Lost Souls
12.  Picture This
13.  Union City Blue
14.  War Child
15.  Rip Her to Shreds
16.  One Way or Another
17.  X Offender
18.  I'm Gonna Love You Too
19.  Fade Away and Radiate
20.  Atomic '98 [Xenomania Mix] p[*]
21.  Atomic '98 [Tall Paul Mix][*]

One Love - Blue

One Love
Blue

Category: Music : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review It's strange to think that Blue's second album One Love comes just one year after their debut All Rise in 2001. By rights they should still be a fledgling pop act but with the status they have among the British pop fraternity it seems like they've been around forever. Blue number two is a mature progression from their debut which wasn't bad for a first effort but suffered from a lack of distinction between songs making it sound like one big uber-song lasting 45 minutes. One Love has many fine moments, sadly the title track and first single was a very safe bet, opting for their tried and tested formula but it is the experiments that seem to work well here such as "Ain't Got You", a "phat" slice of G-funk with a shouty in-yer-face chorus reminiscent of their predecessors Five and every bit as good. Staying with that west coast vibe, the boys dare to use the same piano sample from hip-hop classic "Still D.R.E." on the brooding "Supersexual" where they could easily be mistaken for Blackstreet, sounding more American R&B and less British pop. This transformation continues their journey towards R&B credibility, something rarely achieved by UK artists, the only thing that might need some work is the endless tirade of laughable lyrics and over using the phrase "Gonna make love to you all night" but in a world of style over content, they're onto a winner. --David Trueman

Disc: 1

1.  One Love
2.  Riders
3.  Flexin'
4.  Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word (feat. Elton John)
5.  She Told Me
6.  Right Here Waiting
7.  U Make Me Wanna
8.  Ain't Got You
9.  Supersexual
10.  Don't Treat Me Like A Fool
11.  Get Down
12.  Privacy
13.  Without You
14.  Invitation
15.  Like A Friend

Rockferry - Duffy

Rockferry
Duffy

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Amazon.co.uk Review Rockferry, the Welsh singer's lovingly constructed debut album, has already succeeded beyond expectations, and although Duffy may not quite be the ingénue portrayed by a clever press campaign (she nearly won a local television talent show a few years back while a single credited to Aimee Duffy is still available on iTunes) she is surely the most appealing of the current flood of young soul sirens. The astonishing title track, co-written by Bernard Butler, sounded like a lost transmission that had taken decades to get through as soon as it hit radio last year. But the gently rolling soul ballad "Stepping Stone", that strapping, inescapable monster hit "Mercy", the ice cool "Serious" (the one time she really does channel the spirit of Dusty Springfield) and the wistful, elegant "Warwick Avenue" are similarly effective. Suggestions by some that Rockferry is little more than sixties pastiche are churlish. Butler's previous work with David McAlmont (featured here as a backing singer) showed his skill at writing and arranging the dramatic, while her other collaborators such as Steve Booker and the team of Jimmy Hogarth and Eg White are hardly lightweights. But despite some wonderful orchestral settings, it's Duffy's terrific voice that makes this so satisfying, even overpowering Butler's exquisitely underplayed guitar work on "Rockferry" itself. Growling the blues on "Syrup & Honey" or belting it out over his lovingly arranged wall of sound on "Distant Dreamer", she sets the tone throughout, several of her songs dealing with escape, both physical and romantic. The sound of someone singing herself to stardom, Rockferry is at times genuinely amazing. Steve Jelbert Description 'Rockferry' is the debut album from Welsh singer Duffy. Written and produced in collaboration with Bernard Butler, the album is a stunning showcase for her voice, which brings to mind such great singers as Dusty Springfield, Lulu and Sandie Shaw. Includes the singles 'Rockferry' and 'Mercy'.

Disc: 1

1.  Rockferry
2.  Warwick Avenue
3.  Serious
4.  Stepping Stone
5.  Syrup & Honey
6.  Hanging On Too Long
7.  Mercy
8.  Delayed Devotion
9.  Scared
10.  Distant Dreamer
 

Blues Brothers - Music From the Film [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED] [SOUNDTRACK] - Blues Brothers

Blues Brothers - Music From the Film [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED] [SOUNDTRACK]
Blues Brothers

Category: Styles : R&B and Soul : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Minnie the moocher
2.  Jailhouse rock
3.  Sweet home chicago
4.  Rawhide (Theme)
5.  Peter Gunn
6.  Gimme some lovin'
7.  She caught the Katy
8.  Old landmark
9.  Shake a tail feather
10.  Everybody needs somebody to love
11.  Think

Bob Dylan : Greatest Hits [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED] - Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan : Greatest Hits [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED]
Bob Dylan

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Then a holding action while Dylan unloaded his head after his May 1966 motorcycle crash, now a nostalgia merit badge for boomers and a course in Dylan 101 for newcomers, Greatest Hits stands up remarkably well as a listening experience. Smartly programmed to ride all over any residual worries about acoustic-vs.-electric authenticity--in fact, blowing a raspberry in their face by opening with the Salvation-Army-band blast of "Rainy Day Women #12 and 35"--this best-of stacks smashes and protest anthems together in celebration of a pop star like no other before. --Rickey Wright

Disc: 1

1.  Blowin' in the wind
2.  It ain't me babe
3.  Times they are a changin'
4.  Mr Tambourine Man
5.  She belongs to me
6.  It's all over now baby blue
7.  Subterranean homesick blues
8.  One of us must know
9.  Like a rolling stone
10.  Just like a woman
11.  Rainy day women 12 and 35
12.  I want you

Greatest Hits Vol.2 - Bob Dylan

Greatest Hits Vol.2
Bob Dylan

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  I want you
2.  One of us must know (sooner or later)
3.  It takes a lot to laugh it takes a train to cry
4.  Just like Tom Thumb's blues
5.  Masters of war
6.  Chimes of freedom
7.  Just like a woman
8.  Obviously five believers
9.  Rainy day women 12 and 35
10.  Gates of Eden
11.  Leopard skin pillbox hat
12.  Absolutely sweet Marie

Legend [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED] - Bob Marley & The Wailers

Legend [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED]
Bob Marley & The Wailers

Category: Styles : World & Folk : Reggae

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Amazon.co.uk Review Even as greatest hits packages go, Legend is an utter gem. Every song is inspired, in a class of its own, whether the real version of "I Shot the Sheriff", the hymnlike "No Woman, No Cry" or the sheer joy of "Jamming". Even allowing that Marley never wrote any bad material, Legend is still the crème de la crème, the heart and soul of the Jamaican people packed into one five-inch compact disc. He was unique and the message of this record, more than any other, is that he died far too soon. --Chris Nickson

Disc: 1

1.  Is This Love
2.  No Woman, No Cry (Live)
3.  Could You Be Loved
4.  Three Little Birds
5.  Buffalo Soldier
6.  Get Up, Stand Up
7.  Stir It Up
8.  Easy Skanking
9.  One Love / People Get Ready
10.  I Shot The Sheriff
11.  Waiting In Vain
12.  Redemption Song
13.  Satisfy My Soul
14.  Exodus
15.  Jamming
16.  Punky Reggae Party (Long Version)

Dream Lover - Bobby Darin

Dream Lover
Bobby Darin

Category: Styles : Lounge, Nostalgia & Exotica : Nostalgia

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Disc: 1

1.  La mer
2.  Clementine
3.  That's the way love is
4.  I got a woman/What'd I say/When the saints go marching in
5.  Mack The Knife
6.  By myself/When your lover has gone
7.  Splish splash
8.  Queen of the hop
9.  Quarter to nine
10.  You're nobody 'til somebody loves you
11.  Girl who stood beside me
12.  Dream lover
13.  This could be the start of something big/Just in time
14.  I wish I were in love again
15.  Don't rain on my parade
16.  Toot toot tootsie goodbye/Don't worry 'bout me
17.  Plain Jane
18.  Early in the morning
19.  Swing low sweet chariot/Lonesome road/When the saints
20.  If I were a carpenter
21.  That's all

Bounce - Bon Jovi

Bounce
Bon Jovi

Category: Styles : Rock : Hard Rock & Metal : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review As much as Jon Bon Jovi would like to consider himself the next Springsteen, he isn't, and the thought of a Bon Jovi record in any way being influenced by the attacks of September 11 is too horrific a prospect to contemplate. Luckily, on Bounce, the references are kept in the background and the album is neither overtly melancholy nor directly poignant. It follows 2000's disappointing Crush--an album that, with just one single, managed to keep their flame alive in the context of modern rock music by revisiting a style that they'd been trying to get away from since "Livin' on a Prayer". Here, they try to move on from this again, but unlike 1991's Keep the Faith, they can't quite pull it off. The album has, however, a distinct and deliberately contemporary feel--power chords instead of endless Sambora guitar noodling. The opener, "Undivided", hammers this point home, and "The Distance" and first single "Everyday" tell you that Bon Jovi can compete with the upstarts. The polar opposites of these are old-style tracks--the Jovi/Sambora cowboy partnership of "Right Side of Wrong" and, yes, the token ballads--none of which compare to "Bed of Roses" or "Always". If the band could produce an album as contemporary, slick and just plain good as Jon Bon Jovi's second solo offering, Destination Anywhere, then their future would be assured. More mature, sophisticated and modern than Crush, it will galvanise their slowly declining position for a while longer. It's a disappointment, of course, but a pleasantly surprising one. --Ben Johncock

Disc: 1

1.  Undivided
2.  Everyday (Album Version)
3.  The Distance
4.  Joey
5.  Misunderstood
6.  All About Lovin' You
7.  Hook Me Up
8.  Right Side Of Wrong
9.  Love Me Back To Life
10.  You Had Me From Hello
11.  Bounce
12.  Open All Night
13.  EPK

Greatest Hits: The Ultimate Collection - Bon Jovi

Greatest Hits: The Ultimate Collection
Bon Jovi

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Bon Jovi's Greatest Hits collection is a sixteen track compilation of all the hits that made them into one of the biggest rock bands in the world. Some of the chart-toppers included are "Livin' On A Prayer", "Always", "It's My Life", "Wanted Dead or Alive" and "Who Says You Can't Go Home". Also featured on the album are two brand new tracks, including the single "What Do You Got".

This Ultimate Collection edition includes a second disc featuring beloved fan favorites including "Bed of Roses", "Blood on Blood", "These Days", and "Keep The Faith", plus the third and fourth new tracks created for this project.

Disc: 1

1.  Livin' On A Prayer
2.  You Give Love A Bad Name
3.  It's My Life
4.  Have A Nice Day
5.  5. Wanted Dead Or Alive
6.  Bad Medicine
7.  We Weren't Born To Follow
8.  I'll Be There For You
9.  Born To Be My Baby
10.  Bed Of Roses
11.  Who Says You Can't Go Home
12.  Lay Your Hands On Me
13.  Always
14.  In These Arms
15.  What Do You Got?
16.  No Apologies

Disc: 2

1.  Runaway
2.  Someday I'll Be Saturday Night
3.  Lost Highway
4.  I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
5.  In And Out Of Love
6.  Keep The Faith
7.  When We Were Beautiful
8.  Blaze Of Glory
9.  This Ain't A Love Song
10.  These Days
11.  (You Want To) Make A Memory
12.  Blood On Blood
13.  This Is Love This Is Life
14.  The More Things Change

Oops I Did It Again - Britney Spears

Oops I Did It Again
Britney Spears

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Amazon.co.uk Review Britney Spears is the bona fide princess of pop. So much so, that she now has countless pretenders trying to steal her crown--just take a look at Christina Aguilera (raunchy Britney), Mandy Moore (baby Britney) and Jessica Simpson (holier-than-holy Britney)--yet Oops! I Did It Again delivers many reasons why she isn't stepping down. There's the chart-topping title track which has already implanted itself into the psyche of an entire generation, the tragic "Lucky" with its refrain, "She's so lucky, she's a star, But she cry, cry, cries in her lonely heart", the swelling pleas of "Don't Let Me Be The Last To Know" written by Mr & Mrs Shania Twain and the self-penned teenage angst of "Dear Diary". There are plenty of uptempo tubthumpers as well as a cover version of the Rolling Stones' "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" which just has to be heard to be believed. As a follow-up to her phenomenally successful debut album Baby One More Time this is pure pop perfection. It looks like she did it again. --Helen Marquis

Disc: 1

1.  Oops!, I Did It Again
2.  Stronger
3.  Don't Go Knockin' On My Door
4.  (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
5.  Don't Let Me Be The Last To Know
6.  What U See (Is What U Get)
7.  Lucky
8.  One Kiss From You
9.  Where Are You Now
10.  Can't Make You Love Me
11.  When Your Eyes Say It
12.  Girl In The Mirror
13.  Dear Diary

Born in the USA - Bruce Springsteen

Born in the USA
Bruce Springsteen

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review With its roller-rink keyboards, trash-can drums and generally festive air, this is Springsteen at his most joyous and radio-friendly. Spinning off seven hit singles ("Dancing in the Dark", "Cover Me" and "I'm on Fire" among them), USA is deceptively accessible. Underneath, the tales are often dark and the characters grim--the shafted Vietnam vet of the title track, the prison-gang of "Working on the Highway", the ageing folks of "Glory Days"--but the E Street Band party like it's 1984. Only the album's forlorn closer, "My Hometown" has the tension and regret of Springsteen's later work. For this moment, at least, Bruce ruled the world and USA sounds like it. --Rob O'Connor --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.

Disc: 1

1.  Born in the USA
2.  Cover me
3.  Darlington County
4.  Working on the highway
5.  Downbound train
6.  I'm on fire
7.  No surrender
8.  Bobby Jean
9.  I'm goin' down
10.  Glory days
11.  Dancing in the dark
12.  My hometown

 

 

Greatest Hits: Why Try Harder [IMPORT] - Fatboy Slim

Greatest Hits: Why Try Harder [IMPORT]
Fatboy Slim

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Product Description UK edition of this 2006 compilation of Fatboy Slim's finest tunes and remixes. Includes the new single 'That Old Pair Of Jeans' plus other Fatboy hits like 'Rockafeller Skank', 'Praise You' and 'Gangster Trippin'' as well as his hit remixes of Cornershop's 'Brimful Of Asha' and Groove Armada's 'I See You Baby'. He's certainly come a long way since his days as just plain old Norman Cook, bassist of the Housemartins! 18 tracks. Skint. Make a search suggestion | Manage your search suggestions

Disc: 1

1.  The Rockafellar Skank
2.  Praise You
3.  brimful Of Asha
4.  Weapon Of Choice
5.  Ganster trippin'
6.  I see You baby
7.  Wonderfu;l Night
8.  Right Here Right Now
9.  Sunset (Bird Of Prey)
10.  Everybody Loves A Carnival
11.  Don't Let The Man Get You Down
12.  Demons
13.  Sho Nuff
14.  Slash Dot Dash
15.  Santa Cruz
16.  Champion Sound
17.  That Old Pair Of Jeans

More Than This: Best Of Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music - Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music

More Than This: Best Of Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music
Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music

Category: Rock/Pop

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Includes "Is Your Love Strong Enough" And "Your Painted Smile", both not included on the U.S. version. 20 Tracks Total.

Disc: 1

1.  Virginia Plain Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music
2.  A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fal Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music
3.  Street Life Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music
4.  These Foolish Things Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music
5.  Love Is The Drug Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music
6.  Smoke Gets In Your Eyes Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music
7.  Dance Away Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music
8.  Let's Stick Together Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music
9.  Angel Eyes Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music
10.  Slave To Love Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music
11.  Oh Yeah Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music
12.  Don't Stop The Dance Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music
13.  Same Old Scene Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music
14.  Is Your Love Strong Enoug Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music
15.  Jealous Guy Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music
16.  Kiss And Tell Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music
17.  More Than This Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music
18.  I Put A Spell On You Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music
19.  Avalon Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music
20.  Your Painted Smile Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music

The Singles Plus - Buddy Holly

The Singles Plus
Buddy Holly

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Blue Days, Black Nights
2.  Love Me
3.  You Are My One Desire
4.  Modern Don Juan
5.  That'll Be the Day
6.  I'm Looking for Someone to Love
7.  Words of Love
8.  Mailman, Bring Me No More Blues
9.  Peggy Sue
10.  Everyday
11.  Oh, Boy!
12.  Not Fade Away
13.  Maybe Baby
14.  Tell Me How
15.  Listen to Me
16.  Rave On
17.  Take Your Time
18.  Think It Over
19.  Fool's Paradise
20.  Ting-A-Ling
21.  Girl on My Mind
22.  Early in the Morning
23.  Now We're One

Disc: 2

1.  It's So Easy
2.  Lonesome Tears
3.  Heartbeat
4.  Well...All Right
5.  It Doesn't Matter Anymore
6.  Raining in My Heart
7.  Midnight Shift
8.  Peggy Sue Got Married
9.  Crying, Waiting, Hoping
10.  True Love Ways
11.  Learnin' the Game
12.  What to Do
13.  You're So Square (Baby I Don't Care)
14.  Valley of Tears
15.  Reminiscing
16.  Bo Diddley
17.  Brown Eyed Handsome Man
18.  Wishing
19.  Rock Around With Ollie Vee
20.  I'm Gonna Love You Too
21.  You've Got Love
22.  Love's Made a Fool of You

The Very Best of Buddy Holly - Buddy Holly

The Very Best of Buddy Holly
Buddy Holly

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

Best Of - Burt Bacharach

Best Of
Burt Bacharach

Category: Easy Listening

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Mid-priced, 1996 compilation of this storied easy listening songwriter's greatest compositions. Features instrumental versions of gems like 'Do You Know the Way to San Jose', 'Say a Little Prayer', the Oscar-winning 'Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head', plus a vocal version of '(They Long to Be) Close to You' and many more.

Disc: 1

1.  This Guys In Love With Yo Burt Bacharach
2.  Look Of Love Burt Bacharach
3.  I'll Never Fall In Love A Burt Bacharach
4.  Do You Know They To San J Burt Bacharach
5.  What The World Needs Now Burt Bacharach
6.  Alfie Burt Bacharach
7.  Promises Promises Burt Bacharach
8.  Close To You Burt Bacharach
9.  Make It Easy On Yourself Burt Bacharach
10.  I Say A Little Prayer Burt Bacharach
11.  Any Day Now Burt Bacharach
12.  Pacific Coast Highway Burt Bacharach
13.  Raindrops Keep Fallin On Burt Bacharach
14.  Trains & Boats Plaines Burt Bacharach
15.  One Less Bell To Answer Burt Bacharach
16.  Wives & Lovers Burt Bacharach
17.  Dont Make Me Over Burt Bacharach
18.  Living Together Growing T Burt Bacharach
19.  Knowing When To Leave Burt Bacharach
20.  Windows Of World Burt Bacharach

The Very Best of the Byrds - The Byrds

The Very Best of the Byrds
The Byrds

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Mr Tambourine Man
2.  All I really want to do
3.  Chimes of freedom
4.  I'll feel a whole lot better
5.  Turn turn turn
6.  Times they are a changin'
7.  World turns all around her
8.  It won't be wrong
9.  He was a friend of mine
10.  Eight miles high
11.  5D
12.  Mr Spaceman
13.  So you want to be a rock 'n' roll star
14.  My back pages
15.  Renaissance fair
16.  Goin' back
17.  Wasn't born to follow
18.  Dolphin's smile
19.  You ain't goin' nowhere
20.  One hundred years from now
21.  You're still on my mind
22.  Hickory wind
23.  Ballad of easy rider
24.  Jesus is just alright
25.  It's all over now baby blue
26.  Lay lady lay
27.  Chestnut mare

Dig Your Own Hole - Chemical Brothers, The

Dig Your Own Hole
Chemical Brothers, The

Category: Styles : Dance & Electronic : Big Beat

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From Amazon.com To follow up their bombastic 1995 album Exit Planet Dust, the Chemical Brothers fine-tuned their bombastic beats and produced a rock-solid pop album (pun intended). Dig Your Own Hole finds the common ground between rock & roll and techno, both in spirit and substance. Singles like "Block Rockin' Beats," "Elektrobank," and "Setting Sun" (featuring vocals by Oasis's Noel Gallagher) may lack the big hair and pomposity of rock music, but they make up for it in spades, with sampled and real guitars battling for space with sirens and distorted hip-hop drums. The album reeks of pure enthusiasm and energy, evoking a crowd-pleasing exuberance that makes Dig Your Own Hole a Back in Black for the late 1990s. Pure stadium techno. --Matthew Corwine --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.

Disc: 1

1.  Block rockin' beats
2.  Dig your own hole
3.  Elektrobank
4.  Piku
5.  Setting sun
6.  It doesn't matter
7.  Don't stop the rock
8.  Get up on it like this
9.  Lost in the K hole
10.  Where do I begin
11.  Private psychedelic reel

The Best of Chuck Berry - Chuck Berry

london uk jukeboxes The Best of Chuck Berry
Chuck Berry

Category: Rock

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Editorial Reviews

UK 'Best Of' for the original 'Mr. Rock 'N' Roll', all the hits including 'My Ding-A-Ling', 'No Particular Place To Go' and 'Sweet Little Sixteen'. 20 tracks. 1994 release. Standard jewel case.

Disc: 1

1. No Particular Place to Go
2. School Day (Ring, Ring Goes the Bell)
3. Sweet Little Sixteen
4. Let It Rock
5. Memphis Tennessee
6. Nadine (Is It You)
7. You Never Can Tell
8. Promised Land
9. Reelin' and Rockin'
10. My Ding-A-Ling
11. Maybelline
12. Roll Over Beethoven
13. Johnny B. Goode
14. Carol
15. Almost Grown
16. Back in the USA
17. Little Queenie
18. Brown Eyed Handsome Man
19. Sweet Little Rock and Roller
20. Rock & Roll Music

 

A Rush of Blood to the Head - Coldplay

A Rush of Blood to the Head
Coldplay

Category: Styles : Indie : British

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Amazon.co.uk Review On Coldplay's A Rush of Blood to the Head, the melodic excellence of Parachutes remains, as does the delicate soulfulness of Chris Martin's voice. But now different styles are approached, as the band develop even further beyond their debut album (and the numerous Radiohead comparisons that dogged them at first). "God Put a Smile upon Your Face", for instance, has a thumping voodoo quality, while the hypnotic "A Whisper" has a wild vocal arrangement recalling Jefferson Airplane. Beyond this, each of the 11 tracks--from the literate power ballad "In My Place" to the 60s-style mantra "Daylight"--are given room to breathe, gradually reaching an ecstatic crescendo where Martin and that huge Coldplay piano ride over a pulsing rhythm and orchestrations that are powerful but never overblown. "Give me real, don't give me fake" says Martin in the opening "Politik" and it's an appropriately uncompromising demand, for A Rush of Blood... is without doubt the most heartfelt and emotionally liberated album to top the charts in ages. --Dominic Wills --This text refers to the LP Record edition.

Disc: 1

1.  Politik
2.  In My Place
3.  God Put A Smile Upon Your Face
4.  The Scientist
5.  Clocks
6.  Daylight
7.  Green Eyes
8.  Warning Sign
9.  A Whisper
10.  A Rush of Blood To The Head
11.  Amsterdam

The Best of the Corrs - Corrs

The Best of the Corrs
Corrs

Category: Styles : Pop : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review The opening line of the first song ("Would You Be Happier") begins "Have you ever wondered where the story ends, and how it all began" which raises questions about the future of the band, especially as it's the opening track of their definitive Best of collection. Despite becoming one of the world's biggest pop groups in the late 1990s, the Corrs were almost transformed over-night from being one of the chicest groups around to being one of the un-coolest. Their mass appeal led to certain sections of their fan base rapidly searching for other distinctive types of music, and their third studio album In Blue was shunned by many. Despite what your opinion may be of the group, there is no disputing that Corrs classics such as "So Young" and "I Never Loved You Anyway" are catchy, pleasant tunes that succeed so well because they are so simple. All the other favourites are also on here, including "Only When I Sleep" and "Give Me Reason", as well as three tracks from 1999's Unplugged album ("Radio", "Everybody Hurts" and "Lough Erin Shore"). Although the collection closes with the unremarkable new track "Make You Mine", the penultimate song is "Dreams", the Fleetwood Mac track that finally brought them success. Even if it means swallowing your pride, now may be the time to rediscover the wonder of the Corrs. --John Galilee

Disc: 1

1.  Would You Be Happier?
2.  So Young (K-Klass Remix)
3.  Runaway
4.  Breathless
5.  Radio (Unplugged)
6.  What Can I Do (Tin Tin Out Remix)
7.  The Right Time
8.  I Never Loved You Anyway
9.  Irresistible
10.  Forgiven, Not Forgotten
11.  Lough Erin Shore (Unplugged)
12.  Only When I Sleep
13.  Love To Love You
14.  All The Love In The World (Remix)
15.  Everybody Hurts (Unplugged)
16.  Give Me A Reason
17.  Dreams
18.  Make You Mine

Recurring Dream: The Best of Crowded House - Crowded House

Recurring Dream: The Best of Crowded House
Crowded House

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Weather With You
2.  World Where You Live
3.  Fall at Your Feet
4.  Locked Out
5.  Don't Dream It's Over
6.  Into Temptation
7.  Pineapple Head
8.  When You Come
9.  Private Universe
10.  Not the Girl You Think You Are
11.  Instinct
12.  I Feel Possessed
13.  Four Seasons in One Day
14.  It's Only Natural
15.  Distant Sun
16.  Something So Strong
17.  Mean to Me
18.  Better Be Home Soon
19.  Everything Is Good for You

Woodface - Crowded House

Woodface
Crowded House

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Chocolate cake
2.  It's only natural
3.  Fall at your feet
4.  Tall trees
5.  Weather with you
6.  Whispers and moans
7.  Four seasons in one day
8.  There goes God
9.  Fame is
10.  All I ask
11.  As sure as I am
12.  Italian plastic
13.  She goes on
14.  How will you go

Permission to Land [EXPLICIT LYRICS] - Darkness, The

Permission to Land [EXPLICIT LYRICS]
Darkness, The

Category: Styles : Indie : British

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Amazon.co.uk Review The Darkness's Permission to Land is an entertaining and unabashed return to the pomp-rock of a bygone age, when mullet-clad dinosaurs travelled the stadiums of the world--back before Nirvana and their lank-haired ilk swept the world in an unstoppable tide of flannel shirts and overwrought earnestness. So, while their peers were drawing inspiration from the Pixies, Sonic Youth and the Stone Roses, the four guys in the Darkness were busy studying their Queen and Def Leppard albums and learning how to rock. It's this unapologetic rock & roll spirit that makes Permission to Land a stand-out debut album (well, for 2003 at least--sometimes, you've gotta look back in order to move forward). There's no bedsit electronica, acoustic surrealism or garage rock to be found here; instead, this is music as pure entertainment, best suited to a wall of Marshall amps, guitars turned up to 11 and a pyrotechnic display visible from orbit. Singles "I Believe in a Thing Called Love", "Growing on Me" and "Get Your Hands off My Woman" are all typical of what's on offer here: huge guitar riffs, crashing drums and the over-the-top falsetto vocals of singer Justin Hawkins. But they're not the only stand-outs here: "Black Shuck", "Givin' Up" and "Love on the Rocks (with No Ice)" are all anthemic fist-raisers, packed with sing-along choruses and guitarist Dan Hawkins' ultra-infectious hooks. Original? No. Ironic? Maybe. Fun? Oh yes. A lesser band would have approached the spandex-clad rock of Permission to Land with tongues firmly in cheeks, and it's to the Darkness's eternal credit that they manage to inject the whole thing with enough sincerity to carry it off. And why shouldn't they? After all, Bon Jovi always looked like they were having a heck of a lot more fun than Nirvana anyway. --Robert Burrow

Disc: 1

1.  Black Shuck
2.  Get Your Hands Off MY Woman
3.  Growing On Me
4.  I Believe In A Thing Called Love
5.  Love Is Only A Feeling
6.  Givin’ Up
7.  Stuck In A Rut
8.  Friday Night
9.  Love on The Rocks With No Ice
10.  Holding My Own

Best Of 1969-1974 - David Bowie

Best Of 1969-1974
David Bowie

Category: Rock/Pop

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20 digitally remastered tracks from Bowie's most explosive creative recording period when the juggernaut that would change rock forever overtook the world. The phenonmenon of Ziggy Stardust and subsequent rediscovery of Major Tom and "Space Odditiy" were invigorating & exciting to young fans. He just didn't stop there, doing the first high profile morphing act into the Aladdin Sane and a Diamond Dog. Included here are the b-side "John, I'm Only Dancing" and "Velvet Goldmine", the song that inspired the motion picture of the same name, his take on 'All The Young Dudes', which he gave to Mott The Hoople and a rare alt-version of "The Prettiest Star" with strings. As well, the staples of "Jean Genie", "Space Oddity", "Ziggy Stardust", "Rebel, Rebel", "Suffragette City", "Changes", "The Man Who Sold the World" and more are all here. Quite simply, an outstanding collection from one of rock's brightest legends.

Disc: 1

1.  Jean Genie David Bowie
2.  Space Oddity David Bowie
3.  Starman David Bowie
4.  Ziggy Stardust David Bowie
5.  John I'm Only Dancing David Bowie
6.  Rebel Rebel David Bowie
7.  Lets Spend The Night Together David Bowie
8.  Suffragette City David Bowie
9.  Oh! You Pretty Things David Bowie
10.  Velvet Goldmine David Bowie
11.  Drive In Saturday David Bowie
12.  Diamond Dogs David Bowie
13.  Changes David Bowie
14.  Sorrow David Bowie
15.  Prettiest Star David Bowie
16.  Life On Mars David Bowie
17.  Aladdin Sane David Bowie
18.  Man Who Sold The World David Bowie
19.  Rock N Roll Suicide David Bowie
20.  All The Young Dudes David Bowie

The Best of Bowie - David Bowie

The Best of Bowie
David Bowie

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Pretty self-explanatory stuff, this, since Best of Bowie collects most of Bowie's hits and a few of his more fetishised songs onto two CDs, rendering previous compilations--notably 1990's ChangesBowie--redundant. Of course, it's fantastic. For this is Bowie's pop genius shrink-wrapped: music notable for both its pretension and its accessibility, brimming with unignorable power and bespangled absurdity. Racing through these 39 songs from "Space Oddity" to "Slow Burn" (from 2002's relative return-to-form Heathen), the surprise is how coherent they sound next to each other. For someone so often portrayed as an artistic shape-shifter, it's the consistency of Bowie's vision that's most apparent, how he stamps his identity on every trend he comes across. Like the Rolling Stones' similarly enjoyable 40 Licks, things do get a bit sticky towards the end of Disc Two, though there's mercifully nothing from the two Tin Machine albums. Obsessives should note, too, that the tracklisting of Best of Bowie varies from country to country: the albums have been compiled according to the most popular songs in each territory. Wonder which lucky place got "The Laughing Gnome" included on their version? --John Mulvey

Disc: 1

1.  Space oddity
2.  Man who sold the world
3.  Oh you pretty things
4.  Changes
5.  Life on Mars
6.  Starman
7.  Ziggy Stardust
8.  Suffragette city
9.  John I'm only dancing
10.  Jean genie
11.  Drive in Saturday
12.  Sorrow
13.  Diamond dogs
14.  Rebel rebel
15.  Young Americans (single version)
16.  Fame
17.  Golden years (single version)
18.  TVC15
19.  Wild is the wind

Disc: 2

1.  Sound and vision
2.  Heroes (single version)
3.  Boys keep swinging
4.  Under pressure
5.  Ashes to ashes (single version)
6.  Fashion (single version)
7.  Scary monsters (and super creeps) (single version)
8.  Let's dance (single version)
9.  China girl (single version)
10.  Modern love (single version)
11.  Blue jean
12.  This is not America
13.  Loving the alien (single version)
14.  Dancing in the street
15.  Absolute beginners (single version)
16.  Jump they say (radio edit)
17.  Hallo spaceboy (Pet Shop Boys remix)
18.  Little wonder (edit)
19.  I'm afraid of Americans (Trent Reznor mix)
20.  Slow burn (radio edit)

A New Day at Midnight - David Gray

hire jukebox A New Day at Midnight
David Gray

Category: Styles : Pop : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review David Gray's A New Day at Midnight is darker than its mega-hit predecessor, and deeper, and all the better for that. Emotionally fuelled by the death of Gray's father and the birth of his son, it possesses much the same tone as White Ladder, being simultaneously celebratory and troubled. The album, though, is slow starting. "Caroline", with its rattling percussion and quasi-Celtic pedal steel excursions is a bit messy, while "Long Distance Call", mixing an orchestra with electronic effects, is an interesting collage but not much of a song. Both give the impression that Gray's trying to appear more cutting-edge than he actually is. It's with "Freedom", when that big piano deepens and the pain enters his voice, that he really gets going. This leads to the excellent "Kangaroo" and "Last Boat to America", both yearning and teeming with striking lyrical images. Then it really takes off, with the Stones-y rock groove of "Real Love" and the gospel feel of "Knowhere", leading to the quite brilliant unrequited love song "Be Mine" and crushing closer "The Other Side". --Dominic Wills

Disc: 1

1.  Dead in the Water
2.  Caroline
3.  Long Distance Call
4.  Freedom
5.  Kangaroo
6.  Last Boat To America
7.  Real Love
8.  Knowwhere
9.  December
10.  Be Mine
11.  Easy Way To Cry
12.  The Other Side

White Ladder - David Gray

White Ladder
David Gray

Category: Styles : Pop : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review A major artist in Ireland, David Gray has a loyal but somewhat smaller following throughout the rest of the world. Since his 1994 debut album A Century Ends, he has consistently produced quality, folk-tinged songs which showcase his one major talent--a raw yet melodic voice. White Ladder marks something of a departure from his usual fare, as it sees him embracing a more modern sound, adding interesting beats and electronic sounds to the more traditional acoustic guitar and piano. In trying to widen his appeal, he risks alienating his fan base, but tracks like "This Year's Love" and "My Oh My" should keep everybody happy. --Helen Marquis

Disc: 1

1.  Please forgive me
2.  Babylon
3.  My oh my
4.  We're not right
5.  Nightblindness
6.  Silver lining
7.  White ladder
8.  This years love
9.  Sail away
10.  Say hello wave goodbye

Inside In/Inside Out [IMPORT] - Kooks

Inside In/Inside Out [IMPORT]
Kooks

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Product Description The Eagerly Awaited Debut of the Energetic UK New Pop Foursome who have Been Built a Significant Fanbase with their Honest, Appealing Musical Style. Nme Says: "With their Short, Sharp Shocks of Songs that Never Outstay their Welcome, the Brighton Foursome Bash Out Tunes that Are Mini-anthems in the Making." Make a search suggestion | Manage your search suggestions

Disc: 1

1.  Seaside
2.  See the World
3.  Sofa Song
4.  Eddie's Gun
5.  Ooh La
6.  You Don't Love Me
7.  She Moves in Her Own Way
8.  Matchbox
9.  Naïve
10.  I Want You
11.  If Only
12.  Jackie Big Tits
13.  Time Awaits
14.  Got No Love

Singles 1986-1998 - Depeche Mode

Singles 1986-1998
Depeche Mode

Category: Styles : Indie : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Singles 1986-1998 is a worthwhile purchase for casual admirers and completists alike. The two-disc set contains revamped versions of the major singles from 1986 to 1998 and a version of "Little 15" that was first released only in France. The set's "grand finale" is the live recording of "Everything Counts", from the 101 album. Although the original studio version of the "Everything Counts" single appeared on 1984's People Are People, DM fudged the chronology to justify including this astounding live recording on the album. The live recording highlights the worshipful crowd applauding, cheering, and chant-singing "The grabbing hands / Grab all they can / Everything counts in large amounts" long after the song has ended.--Beth Bessmer

Disc: 1

1.  Stripped
2.  Question of lust
3.  Question of time
4.  Strangelove
5.  Never let me down again
6.  Behind the wheel
7.  Personal Jesus
8.  Enjoy the silence
9.  Policy of truth
10.  World in my eyes
11.  I feel you
12.  Walking in my shoes
13.  Condemnation
14.  In your room
15.  It's no good
16.  Barrel of a gun
17.  Home
18.  Useless
19.  Only when I loose myself
20.  Little 15
21.  Everything counts (live)

Endless Summer - Donna Summer

Endless Summer
Donna Summer

Category: Dance/Electronica

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Disc: 1

1.  Melody Of Love Donna Summer
2.  Love To Love You Baby Donna Summer
3.  Could It Be Magic Donna Summer
4.  I Feel Love Donna Summer
5.  Love's Unkind Donna Summer
6.  I Love You Donna Summer
7.  Last Dance Donna Summer
8.  Macarthur Park Donna Summer
9.  Hot Stuff Donna Summer
10.  Bad Girls Donna Summer
11.  No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) Donna Summer
12.  On The Radio Donna Summer
13.  Love Is In Control (Finger On The Trigger) Donna Summer
14.  State Of Independence Donna Summer
15.  She Works Hard For The Money Donna Summer
16.  Unconditional Love Donna Summer
17.  This Time I Know It's For Real Donna Summer
18.  I Don't Wanna Get Hurt Donna Summer
19.  Any Way At All Donna Summer

Discovery [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED] - ELO

Discovery [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED]
ELO

Category: Styles : Rock : Classic Rock : Progressive Rock

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Amazon.co.uk Review Although Discovery isn't one of the Electric Light Orchestra's strongest albums, it is more than redeemed by the inclusion of what is perhaps their greatest single, the massive, drum-looped pop genius of "Don't Bring Me Down". "Shine a Little Love" and "Confusion" are also both classic ELO: synths, guitars and orchestration all merging into a finely crafted whole. Unfortunately, songs such as the Beatles pastiche of "The Diary of Horace Wimp" and the overly sentimental "Last Train to London" all show that, for this world-conquering band, time was about to run out. This remastered edition includes three extra tracks, including a cover of Del Shannon's "Little Town Flirt". --Robert Burrow

Disc: 1

1.  Shine a little love
2.  Confusion
3.  Need her love
4.  The diary of Horace Wimp
5.  Last train to London
6.  Midnight blue
7.  On the run
8.  Wishing
9.  Don't bring me down
10.  On the run (bonus track)
11.  Second time around (bonus track)
12.  Little town flirt (bonus track)

Greatest Hits 1970 - 2002 - Elton John

Greatest Hits 1970 - 2002
Elton John

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Elv1s: 30 #1 Hits - Elvis Presley

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Elvis Presley

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Amazon.co.uk Review Heralded in the UK by an ultra-cool remix by JXL, Elvis: 30 #1 Hits is one of the most succinct packages of Presley's best work ever released. Based on the idea of the Beatles 1 album, this compilation includes all 31 Elvis singles that have been number one in either the US or the UK. Set in roughly chronological order, the collection begins with his first hit, the swaggering "Heartbreak Hotel". Despite digital remastering it still sounds nearly half a century old when compared to his most recent (and posthumous) hit "A Little Less Conversation", but it remains a timeless classic for new generations to discover. Most people--young or old--will know of or be able to hum a few bars from most of the songs here. Many a karaoke singer will have had a stab at "Love Me Tender" or "Suspicious Minds"; others will have heard a family member brutally crooning their way through "Are You Lonesome Tonight?" or "It's Now or Never". Twenty-five years after Elvis's untimely death, younger generations have become accustomed to the image of Presley as a tragic icon of comedy excess, remembering him for garish jump-suits, trademark shades and a thick black quiff. Elvis: 30 #1 Hits will remind many that he was the King for a very good reason. --David Trueman

Disc: 1

1.  Heartbreak Hotel
2.  Don't Be Cruel
3.  Hound Dog
4.  Love Me Tender
5.  Too Much
6.  All Shook Up
7.  (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear
8.  Jailhouse Rock
9.  Don't
10.  Hard Headed Woman
11.  One Night
12.  (Now And Then There's) A Fool Such As I
13.  A Big Hunk O' Love
14.  Stuck On You
15.  It's Now Or Never
16.  Are You Lonesome Tonight?
17.  Wooden Heart
18.  Surrender
19.  (Marie's The Name) His Latest Flame
20.  Can't Help Falling In Love
21.  Good Luck Charm
22.  She's Not You
23.  Return To Sender
24.  (You're The) Devil In Disguise
25.  Crying In The Chapel
26.  In The Ghetto
27.  Suspicious Minds
28.  The Wonder Of You
29.  Burning Love
30.  Way Down

Elvis Live at Madison Square Garden - Elvis Presley

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Elvis Presley

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra
2.  That's All Right
3.  Proud Mary
4.  Never Been to Spain
5.  You Don't Have to Say You Love Me
6.  You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
7.  Polk Salad Annie
8.  All Shook Up
9.  Heartbreak Hotel
10.  Medley
11.  Love Me Tender
12.  Impossible Dream (The Quest)
13.  Introductions by Elvis
14.  Hound Dog
15.  Suspicious Minds
16.  For the Good Times
17.  American Trilogy
18.  Funny How Time Slips Away

Escape - Enrique Iglesias

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Enrique Iglesias

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Amazon.co.uk Review If Ricky Martin is the party boy of Latin crossover pop, Enrique Iglesias is a romantic traditionalist in the mould of his dad. On Escape, even his up-tempo, lust-driven tunes such as "Love 4 Fun" and "One Night Stand" are hardly the frantic sweat-fests Martin provides. Escape, Iglesias' first disc since his 1999 Top 40 breakthrough, is already a guaranteed success thanks to its first single "Hero". Title aside, this gooey love song isn't really fitting for its adopted purpose as a post-terror anthem ("You can take my breath away"), but one imagines that won't make much difference. Iglesias is at his best when playing a little sly, like when he appropriates Nelly's "E.I." chant on "Don't Turn Off the Lights" or makes a barely veiled suggestion of what he really likes about you in the opening lines of "She Be the One." --Rickey Wright

Disc: 1

1.  Escape
2.  Don't Turn Off the Lights
3.  Love To See You Cry
4.  Hero
5.  I Will Survive
6.  Love 4 Fun
7.  Maybe
8.  One Night Stand
9.  She Be The One
10.  If the World Crashes
11.  Escape (Spanish)
12.  Don't Turn Off the Lights (Spanish)
13.  Hero (Spanish)

Brothers in Rhythm - Everly Brothers

Brothers in Rhythm
Everly Brothers

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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The Very Best of Fleetwood Mac - Fleetwood Mac

The Very Best of Fleetwood Mac
Fleetwood Mac

Category: Styles : Rock : Classic Rock : Blues Rock

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Amazon.co.uk Review The Very Best of Fleetwood Mac? Frankly, it depends where you live, in a sort of "I say tom-ar-toe, you say toe-may-doe" kind of way. Broadly speaking, the most notably interesting (and commercially successful) periods of Fleetwood Mac's episodic history remain the grubby blues of the original Peter Green-led incarnation of the late 1960s (big in Britain but a non-entity in America) and the refined, mid-1970s divorce-dissecting AOR of the Buckingham / Nicks Rumours era (big everywhere). It is fairly safe to assume that neither British nor American passport-holders are particularly interested in what happened in between. So then, the UK retail version of The Very Best of rightly condescends to throw in such Peter Green classics as the instrumental "Albatross" (a Number One single) and "Black Magic Woman" but--and here's the gripe--omits both "On Well" and "Green Manalishi" in favour of such peripherals as the less-than-spectacular 1988 Number 54 hit "Family Man". It could be worse. The American Very Best of (unlike its British counterpart, a two-CD set available on import) incredulously neglects to include anything from the Peter Green line-up at all, not even the sulky brooding of the sensuous "Man of the World" (possibly the finest song ever written), a little matter that American audiences ought to find time to raise with the United Nations. Still, there can be no quarrel with most of what is on here, after all, there's a sizeable chunk from the Lazarus-style comeback of Tango in the Night and the multi-platinum Rumours(the gossamer-like timelessness of "Dreams" even managing to withstand a recent faux-folky mauling from the Corrs) it's just that there isn't enough of it. Can someone please hurry up and make CDs that play for two hours? --Kevin Maidment

Disc: 1

1.  Go Your Own Way
2.  Don’t Stop
3.  Dreams
4.  Little Lies
5.  Everywhere
6.  Albatross
7.  You Make Loving Fun
8.  Rhiannon
9.  Black Magic Woman
10.  Tusk
11.  Say You Love Me
12.  Man Of The World
13.  Seven Wonders
14.  Family Man
15.  Sara
16.  Monday Morning
17.  Gypsy
18.  Over My Head
19.  Landslide
20.  The Chain
21.  Big Love (Live From Dance)

20 Classic Tracks - Frank Sinatra

20 Classic Tracks
Frank Sinatra

Category: Easy Listening

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20 Tracks Recorded By Frank For Capitol Records. Come Fly With Me, Around The World, Moonlight In Vermont And Other Songs Registered By Frank Between 1958 And 1959.

Disc: 1

1.  By Nightcome Fly With Me Frank Sinatra
2.  Around The World Frank Sinatra
3.  French Foreign Legion Frank Sinatra
4.  Moonlight In Vermont Frank Sinatra
5.  Autumn In New York Frank Sinatra
6.  Let's Get Away From It Al Frank Sinatra
7.  April In Paris Frank Sinatra
8.  Brazil Frank Sinatra
9.  London By Night Frank Sinatra
10.  It's Nice To Go Traveling Frank Sinatra
11.  Come Dance With Me Frank Sinatra
12.  Something's Gotta Give Frank Sinatra
13.  Just In Time Frank Sinatra
14.  Dancing In The Dark Frank Sinatra
15.  Too Close For Comfort Frank Sinatra
16.  I Could Have Danced All N Frank Sinatra
17.  Saturday Night Frank Sinatra
18.  Check To Check Frank Sinatra
19.  Baubles Bangles And Beads Frank Sinatra
20.  Day In Day Out Frank Sinatra

Eee-O 11: The Best Of The Rat Pack - Frank Sinatra

Eee-O 11: The Best Of The Rat Pack
Frank Sinatra

Category: Styles : Easy Listening : Lounge

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Amazon.co.uk Review Timed to coincide with the release of the 2001 remake of the Sinatra, Martin and Davis anti-classic Ocean's 11, Eee-O 11 serves less as a best-of than an introduction to the high-living nightclub ethos the Rat Pack embodied. Along with some true knockouts, mostly from Frank's catalogue, the collection includes some impossible corn (a "When You're Smiling" that seems to be putting Dino himself to sleep) along with a couple of straitjacketed studio takes on the Pack's onstage antics (both Sammy duets). Handily, it culls one of the original movie's few high points--the rousing Davis blues that provides this disc's title--for a closer. Those drawn in by the newer film will find this a welcome package, as will swingin' initiates looking for a road-trip CD soundtrack. --Rickey Wright

Disc: 1

1.  I'm Gonna Live Till I Die Frank Sinatra
2.  Ain't That a Kick in the Head Dean Martin
3.  Too Close for Comfort Sammy Davis, Jr.
4.  Me and My Shadow Sammy Davis, Jr.
5.  (Love Is) The Tender Trap Frank Sinatra
6.  Volare (Nel Blu, Dipinto Di Blu) Dean Martin
7.  Mr. Success Frank Sinatra
8.  Lot of Livin' to Do Sammy Davis, Jr.
9.  You Make Me Feel So Young Frank Sinatra
10.  Sam's Song Sammy Davis, Jr.
11.  When You're Smiling Dean Martin
12.  Lady Is a Tramp Frank Sinatra
13.  Birth of the Blues Sammy Davis, Jr.
14.  You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You Dean Martin
15.  Chicago Frank Sinatra
16.  I'm Sitting on Top of the World Dean Martin
17.  Witchcraft Frank Sinatra
18.  Eee-O Eleven Sammy Davis, Jr.

Frank Sinatra - Frank Sinatra

Frank Sinatra
Frank Sinatra

Category: Styles : Easy Listening : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Stardust
2.  Whispering
3.  Fools Rush In
4.  Polka Dots and Moonbeams
5.  I'll Be Seeing You
6.  East of the Sun (And West of the Moon)
7.  Daybreak
8.  This Love of Mine
9.  I'll Never Smile Again
10.  Kisses and Tears
11.  Tea for Two
12.  Getting to Know You
13.  Some Enchanted Evening
14.  Moon Was Yellow
15.  Imagination
16.  My Blue Heaven
17.  Begin the Beguine
18.  Blue Skies
19.  I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm
20.  Somebody Loves Me

Disc: 2

1.  Come Fly With Me
2.  I Get a Kick Out of You
3.  I've Got You Under My Skin
4.  Where or When
5.  Moonlight in Vermont
6.  On the Road to Mandalay
7.  When Your Lover Has Gone
8.  April in Paris
9.  All the Way
10.  Monique
11.  Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered
12.  Lady Is a Tramp
13.  You Make Me Feel So Young
14.  Night and Day
15.  Dancing in the Dark
16.  My Funny Valentine
17.  Embraceable You
18.  At Long Last Love
19.  I Could Have Danced All Night
20.  My Way

Greatest Hits Vol.1 [IMPORT] - Frank Sinatra

Greatest Hits Vol.1 [IMPORT]
Frank Sinatra

Category: Formats : Imports : Jazz : Vocalists : Male

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From Amazon.com A fairly generic, consistent mid-'60s-era package--which means it rules. Greatest Hits Vol. 1 concentrates on chart hits, but nonetheless packs some wild cards. "Forget Domani" and "World We Knew (Over and Over)" are odd choices, and don't turn up much. There are also, naturally, lots of tracks missing. It's unclear why "Forget Domani" would displace, say, "Anytime at All," but these are minor complaints, and if you don't have it, here it is. This is an early CD package (from 1987), which means that the niche it was created to fill probably isn't in quite the same place anymore. Fans should take note. Neophytes: Don't worry about it, this is a great place to start. --Gavin McNett

Disc: 1

1.  Strangers in the Night
2.  Summer Wind
3.  It Was a Very Good Year
4.  Somewhere in Your Heart
5.  Forget Domani
6.  Somethin' Stupid
7.  That's Life
8.  Tell Her (You Love Her Each Day)
9.  World We Knew (Over and Over)
10.  When Somebody Loves You
11.  This Town
12.  Softly, As I Leave You

Greatest Hits Vol.1 [IMPORT] - Frank Sinatra

Greatest Hits Vol.1 [IMPORT]
Frank Sinatra

Category: Formats : Imports : Jazz : Vocalists : Male

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From Amazon.com A fairly generic, consistent mid-'60s-era package--which means it rules. Greatest Hits Vol. 1 concentrates on chart hits, but nonetheless packs some wild cards. "Forget Domani" and "World We Knew (Over and Over)" are odd choices, and don't turn up much. There are also, naturally, lots of tracks missing. It's unclear why "Forget Domani" would displace, say, "Anytime at All," but these are minor complaints, and if you don't have it, here it is. This is an early CD package (from 1987), which means that the niche it was created to fill probably isn't in quite the same place anymore. Fans should take note. Neophytes: Don't worry about it, this is a great place to start. --Gavin McNett

Disc: 1

1.  Strangers in the Night
2.  Summer Wind
3.  It Was a Very Good Year
4.  Somewhere in Your Heart
5.  Forget Domani
6.  Somethin' Stupid
7.  That's Life
8.  Tell Her (You Love Her Each Day)
9.  World We Knew (Over and Over)
10.  When Somebody Loves You
11.  This Town
12.  Softly, As I Leave You

The Best of Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Glenn Orchestra Miller

The Best of Glenn Miller and His Orchestra
Glenn Orchestra Miller

Category: Styles : Jazz : Big Band : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  American Patrol
2.  Tuxedo Junction
3.  In The Mood
4.  A String Of Pearls
5.  Chattanooga Choo Choo
6.  Little Brown Jug
7.  Moonlight Serenade
8.  Pennsylvania 6-5000
9.  Boulder Bluff
10.  (I've Got A Girl In) Kalamazoo
11.  Stardust
12.  My Blue Heaven
13.  I Dreamt I Dwelt In harlem
14.  Johnson rag
15.  On A Little Sreet In Singapore
16.  Sun Valley Jump
17.  At Last Yes, My Darling Daughter
18.  Frenesi
19.  Say "Si Si" (Para Vigo Me Voy)
20.  Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree (With Anyone Else But Me)
21.  Perfidia
22.  Caribbean Clipper
23.  Adios

I Will Survive - Gloria Gaynor

I Will Survive
Gloria Gaynor

Category: Styles : R&B and Soul : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  I will survive
2.  Stop in the name of love
3.  I am what I am
4.  Runaround love
5.  Mack side
6.  America
7.  Even a fool would let go
8.  Be soft with me tonight
9.  For you my love
10.  Love me real
11.  Never can say goodbye
12.  I will survive Gaynor, Gloria & Chico & The Gypsies

The Best of Gloria Gaynor - Gloria Gaynor

The Best of Gloria Gaynor
Gloria Gaynor

Category: Styles : Pop : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  I Am What I Am
2.  Never Can Say Goodbye
3.  I Will Survive
4.  Runaround Love
5.  Tease Me
6.  Mack Side
7.  America
8.  Love Me Real
9.  Reach Out (I'll Be There)
10.  For You, My Love
11.  Even a Fool Would Let Go
12.  I Will Survive [Classic Remix]
13.  Stop! In the Name of Love
14.  Medley: I Will Survive/Never Can Say Goodbye/Reach Out, I'll Be There/I

Basic Originals - Hollies

Basic Originals
Hollies

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

Greatest Hits - Hollies, The

Greatest Hits
Hollies, The

Category: Rock/Pop

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Digitally remastered 40th Anniversary collection of the tight harmony vocal group that had their greatest heyday in the 1960's and 70's. With hits like "Bus Stop", "On A Carousel", "Carrie Anne", "The Air That I Breathe", "Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress" and the career peak of "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother", their place in rock history is rest assured. (Erstwhile member Graham Nash went on to greater fame as 1/3, 1/4 of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.)

Disc: 1

1.  I'm Alive Hollies
2.  Sorry Suzanne Hollies
3.  Here I Go Again Hollies
4.  On A Carousel Hollies
5.  King Midas In Reverse Hollies
6.  Look Through Any Window Hollies
7.  Blowin In The Wind (Nash Version) Hollies
8.  Air That I Breathe Hollies
9.  Pay You Back With Interest Hollies
10.  I've Got A Way Of My Own Hollies
11.  Stay Hollies
12.  Very Last Day Hollies
13.  We're Through Hollies
14.  Carrie Anne Hollies
15.  Magic Woman Touch Hollies
16.  I'm Down Hollies
17.  Gasoline Alley Bred Hollies
18.  I Can't Let Go Hollies
19.  Sandy (4th Of July, Asbury Park) Hollies
20.  Look Cool Woman In A Black Dress Hollies
21.  Stop Stop Stop Hollies
22.  If I Needed Someone Hollies
23.  Dear Eloise Hollies
24.  Long Dark Road Hollies
25.  I Can't Tell The Bottom From The Top Hollies
26.  He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother Hollies
27.  Bus Stop Hollies
28.  Jennifer Eccles Hollies
29.  Day That Curly Billy Shot Down Crazy Sam McGee Hollies
30.  Too Young To Be Married Hollies

Their Greatest Hits - Hot Chocolate

Their Greatest Hits
Hot Chocolate

Category: Styles : Pop : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  You Sexy Thing
2.  It Started With a Kiss
3.  Brother Louie
4.  Girl Crazy
5.  So You Win Again
6.  Put Your Love in Me
7.  Love Is Life
8.  I'll Put You Together Again
9.  No Doubt About It
10.  Every 1's a Winner
11.  Emma
12.  I Gave You My Heart (Didn't I?)
13.  You Could've Been A Lady
14.  Disco Queen
15.  Don't Stop It Now
16.  A Child's Prayer
17.  What Kinda Boy (You're Lookin' For Girl)
18.  I Believe (In Love)
19.  Are You Getting Enough Happiness?

Employment - Kaiser Chiefs

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Kaiser Chiefs

Category: Styles : Indie : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review On Employment, raffish, trilby-clad young Leeds quintet Kaiser Chiefs prove themselves the logical heirs to the Britpop throne previously warmed by the likes of Blur and Supergrass, twinning expectant verses with rollicking choruses and generally acting very much like indie-rock's latest swaggering young Jack the Lads. There's no doubt, the Kaisers know their rock history: "Oh My God" and "Every Day I Love You Less and Less" barrel along with something of Madness' playful charm, while "You Can Have It All" and the lush "Caroline, Yes" appear to be conscious nods to the sleepy, harmony-laden Californian pop vision of Brian Wilson. The lyrics of frontman Ricky Wilson, however, are rooted in a very English sensibility--one often traditional and occasionally, bizarrely archaic: "Walking through town is quite scary/ It's not very pretty, I tell thee," he gasps on adrenaline-fuelled urban nightmare "I Predict A Riot". It's the sort of pleasingly unusual idiosyncrasy that sees Employment stand out from the fashionable indie pack, and assuming the Chiefs can continue to keep their foibles the right side of irksome, any attitude is thoroughly justified. --Louis Pattison About the Artists Sometimes the greatest success stories sprout from the tiniest of ambitions. When Kaiser Chiefs formed up in Leeds around the summer of 2003, their aim wasn't to conquer stadiums and change the world. Instead, these five Britpop-obsessed oddballs began plotting a rather more modest plan. In the shadowy corners of clubs and venues across the city Ricky Wilson (lead vocals, owner of stylish blue and orange suit), Andrew 'Whitey' White (guitar), Simon Rix (bass), Nick 'Peanut' Baines (keyboards and modeller of impressive pork-pie hats) and Nick Hodgson (drums and vocals) decided to form a band that would harness the awesome capability of being able to blag an early slot at the following year's Leeds Festival. The Kaisers' story actually begins some time before they'd decided to name themselves after a successful South African football team. School friends Simon, Peanut and Nick had been playing together in various bands since the age of 15 before spying art school graduate and restless-ball-of-energy Ricky singing with a Rolling Stones tribute band. Right now, everybody wants a piece of the Kaiser Chiefs. Blur producer Stephen Street was so bowled over he offered his services for debut album Employment. A barrage of bouncing art-pop brilliance, it's scheduled to soundtrack 2005 from the minute it hits stereos this March.

Disc: 1

1.  Everyday I Love You Less and Less
2.  I Predict A Riot
3.  Modern Way
4.  Na Na Na Na Naa
5.  You Can Have It All
6.  Oh My God
7.  Born To Be A Dancer
8.  Saturday Night
9.  What Did I Ever Give You?
10.  Time Honoured Tradition
11.  Caroline, Yes
12.  Team Mate

The Very Best Of... - The Human League

The Very Best Of...
The Human League

Category: Styles : Pop : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Don't you want me
2.  Love action (I believe in love)
3.  Open your heart
4.  Sound of the crowd
5.  Mirror man
6.  Keep feeling fascination
7.  Lebanon
8.  Life on your own
9.  Together in electric dreams
10.  Louise
11.  Human
12.  Heart like a wheel
13.  Tell me when
14.  One man in my heart
15.  All I ever wanted (Dave Bascome mix)
16.  Being boiled (fast version)
17.  Empire state human

Disc: 2

1.  Don't you want me (Majik J original booty vocal mix)
2.  Open your heart (Laid remix)
3.  Sound of the crowd (Trisco's popclash mix)
4.  Love action (Brooks red line vocal mix)
5.  Keep feeling fascination (Groove Collision TMC mix)
6.  Empire state human (Chamber's reproduced mix)
7.  Things that dreams are made of (Jimmy 19 the A509 PWC remix)
8.  Sound of the crowd (Freaksblamredo)
9.  Open your heart (Strand remix)
10.  Sound of the crowd (Riton re-rub)
11.  Love action (Fluke's dub action remix)

Very Best Of (+Bonus Disc) - Human League

Very Best Of (+Bonus Disc)
Human League

Category: Rock/Pop

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The Human League were the first electro music group to reach the top of the pop charts in the 1980's, securing their credibility perennially. However, early tracks like "Being Boiled" and "Empire State Human" remind us just how innovative and experimental the band were at the beginning. Hits like "Human" (produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis) and the all time fave "Don't You Want Me" continue to light up parties round the world. The edition includes an extra disc of newly commissioned remixes from the creme of the cutting edge electro and house mixers who give their props to this respected group of innovators.

Disc: 1

1.  Don't You Want Me Human League
2.  Love Action (I Believe In Love) Human League
3.  Open Your Heart Human League
4.  Sound Of The Crowd Human League
5.  Mirror Man Human League
6.  (Keep Feeling) Fascination Human League
7.  Lebanon Human League
8.  Life On Your Own Human League
9.  Together In Electric Dreams Human League
10.  Louise Human League
11.  Human Human League
12.  Heart Like A Wheel Human League
13.  Tell Me When Human League
14.  One Man In My Heart Human League
15.  All I Ever Wanted Human League
16.  Being Boiled Human League
17.  Empire State Human Human League
18.  Don't You Want Me (Majik J Original Booty Vocal Mix) Human League
19.  Open Your Heart (Laid Remix) Human League
20.  Sound Of The Crowd (Trisco's Popclash Mix) Human League
21.  Love Action (Salmon Jenkins Mix) Human League
22.  (Keep Feeling) Fasination (Groove Collision TMC Mix) Human League
23.  Sound Of The Crowd (Freaksblamredo) Human League
24.  Love Action (Brooks Red Line Vocal Mix) Human League
25.  Things That Dreams Are Made Of (Jimmy 19 Noodle Re-Edit) Human League
26.  Open Your Heart (Strand Remix) Human League
27.  Sound Of The Crowd (Riton Mix) Human League
28.  Love Action (Fluke's Dub Action Remix) Human League

The Sound of the Jam - Jam

The Sound of the Jam
Jam

Category: Styles : Indie : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Although the disappointingly bland sleevenotes from The Jam's A&R manager Dennis Munday rather give away the lack of involvement of Messrs Weller, Foxton and Buckler, this 26-track Woking Wonders best of, The Sound of the Jam, is tough to argue with. Indeed, unless you want to invest in the five-CD Direction Reaction Creation boxed set, this 25th anniversary collection is the best Jam primer released thus far. The Sound Of... heads chronologically from the debut "In The City" single to farewell one-off "Beat Surrender", by way of the most notable chart hits and a sprinkling of classic album tracks. Although a fan may quibble with the exclusion of peak period singles "All Around The World", "Strange Town" and "When You're Young", and the presence of the misanthropic "Mr Clean" and a disappointing unreleased version of "That's Entertainment", what strikes anew is the taut energy of the trio's playing, the bitter bile of Paul Weller's lyrical themes, and the sophisticated, hook-packed update of Britbeat from one so young (Weller was still only 24 when he split the biggest band in Britain in 1982). Twenty years later, The Jam still show up the lack of courage and relevance in current British pop. --Garry Mulholland

Disc: 1

1.  In the City
2.  Away From the Numbers
3.  Modern World
4.  David Watts
5.  Down in the Tube Station at Midnight
6.  It's Too Bad
7.  To Be Someone
8.  Mr. Clean
9.  English Rose
10.  Butterfly Collector
11.  Eton Rifles
12.  Private Hell
13.  Thick as Thieves
14.  Smithers-Jones
15.  Saturdays Kids
16.  Going Underground
17.  Start!
18.  Liza Radley
19.  Pretty Green
20.  Boy About Town
21.  That's Entertainment
22.  Tales From the Riverbank
23.  Town Called Malice
24.  Ghosts
25.  Carnation
26.  Beat Surrender

Sound Affects (Remastered) - Jam, The

Sound Affects (Remastered)
Jam, The

Category: Rock/Pop

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Disc: 1

1.  Pretty Green Jam
2.  Monday Jam
3.  But I'm Different Now Jam
4.  Set The House Ablaze Jam
5.  Start Jam
6.  That's Entertainment Jam
7.  Dream Time Jam
8.  Man In The Corner Shop Jam
9.  Music For The Last Couple Jam
10.  Boy About Town Jam
11.  Scrape Away Jam

Jukebox - JLS

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JLS

Category: R&B and Hip-Hop

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Editorial Reviews - Jukebox

All Music Guide
Jukebox is the follow-up to 2010's Outta This World from JLS, the U.K. boy band who shot to fame on 2008's The X Factor competition. Featuring the U.K. number one single 'She Makes Me Wanna,' Jukebox is full of dancefloor-filling R&B and electronic beats, with infectious melodies delivered in JLS' typically smooth, four-part vocal harmonies.,

Disc: 1

1. She Makes Me Wanna
2. Do You Feel What I Feel?
3. Teach Me How To Dance
4. Take A Chance On Me
5. Go Harder
6. So Many Girls
7. 3D
8. Take You Down
9. Innocence
10. Killed By Love
11. Never Gonna Stop
12. Shy Of The Cool

 

Greatest Hits - Janis Joplin

Greatest Hits
Janis Joplin

Category: Styles : Rock : Classic Rock : Blues Rock

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Disc: 1

1.  Piece of my heart
2.  Summertime
3.  Try (just a little bit harder)
4.  Cry baby
5.  Me and Bobby McGee
6.  Down on me
7.  Get it while you can
8.  Bye bye baby
9.  Move over
10.  Ball and chain
11.  Maybe
12.  Mercedes Benz

The Best of Johnny Kidd & the Pirates - Johnny Kidd & the Pirates

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Johnny Kidd & the Pirates

Category: Rock

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2008 two CD set. Very Best Of...is a 56 track set covering almost all of the sides that Johnny Kidd and the Pirates recorded for EMI in the early '60s during the pre-Beatles Rock 'N' Roll beat boom. Features all of their hits including 'Please Don't Touch', 'You Got What It Takes', 'Hungry For Love', 'Restless', 'Linda Lu', 'I'll Never Get Over You' and the classic #1 'Shakin' All Over'. This set also includes two previously unreleased tracks by the Pirates which are highly sought after by the fans: 'Spanish Armada' and 'Popeye'. The booklet features some rare photo's and extensive sleeve notes. EMI.

Disc: 1

1. Please Don't Touch
2. Growl
3. Steady Date
4. Feelin'
5. If You Were the Only Girl in the World and I Were the Only Boy
6. You Got What It Takes
7. Longin' Lips
8. Shakin' All Over
9. Yes Sir That's My Baby
10. Restless
11. Magic of Love
12. Linda Lu
13. Let's Talk About Us
14. Big Blon' Baby
15. Weep No More My Baby
16. More of the Same
17. I Just Want to Make Love to You
18. Please Don't Bring Me Down
19. So What
20. Hurry on Back to Love
21. I Want That
22. I Can Tell
23. A Shot of Rhythm and Blues
24. Some Other Day
25. Popeye
26. Spanish Armada
27. Then I Got Everything
28. I'll Never Get Over You

Disc: 2

1. Hungry for Love
2. Ecstasy
3. Casting My Spell
4. My Babe
5. Doctor Feelgood
6. Always and Ever
7. A Little Bit of Soap
8. Oh Boy
9. Send Me Some Lovin'
10. Whole Lotta Woman
11. Your Cheatin' Heart
12. Right String But the Wrong Yo-Yo
13. Shop Around
14. I Know
15. Jealous Girl
16. Where Are You
17. Don't Make the Same Mistake as I Did
18. The Birds and the Bees
19. Can't Turn You Loose
20. Gotta Travel On
21. Shakin' All Over '65
22. Bad Case of Love
23. You Can Have Her
24. This Golden Ring
25. It's Got to Be You
26. I Hate Getting Up in the Morning
27. Send for That Girl
28. The Fool

 

Smash Hits - Jimi Hendrix

Smash Hits
Jimi Hendrix

Category: Styles : Rock : Classic Rock : Blues Rock

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Disc: 1

1.  Purple Haze
2.  Fire
3.  The Wind Cries Mary
4.  Can You See Me
5.  Hey Joe
6.  All Along The Watchtower
7.  Stone Free
8.  The Stars That Play With Laughing Sam's Dice
9.  Manic Depression
10.  Remember
11.  Red House
12.  Foxey Lady

Very Best Of: Bronski Beat And The Communards - Jimmy Somerville

Very Best Of: Bronski Beat And The Communards
Jimmy Somerville

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Digitally remastered update CD of the former Bronski Beat vocalist's biggest hits with that group, The Communards and his solo recordings.

Disc: 1

1.  Smalltown Boy Jimmy Somerville
2.  Don't Leave Me This Way Jimmy Somerville
3.  Why Jimmy Somerville
4.  You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) Jimmy Somerville
5.  Disenchanted Jimmy Somerville
6.  Never Can Say Goodbye Jimmy Somerville
7.  So Cold The Night Jimmy Somerville
8.  To Love Somebody Jimmy Somerville
9.  There's More To Love Than Boy Meets Girl Jimmy Somerville
10.  Comment Te Dire Adieu Jimmy Somerville
11.  You Are My World Jimmy Somerville
12.  I Feel Love/Johnny Remember Me Jimmy Somerville
13.  Tomorrow Jimmy Somerville
14.  Hurt So Good Jimmy Somerville
15.  Read My Lips Jimmy Somerville
16.  For A Friend Jimmy Somerville
17.  Ain't Necessarily So Jimmy Somerville

Red River Rockin' - Johnny & The Hurricanes

Red River Rockin'
Johnny & The Hurricanes

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

Justified - Justin Timberlake

Justified
Justin Timberlake

Category: Music : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Common wisdom dictates that a debut album be given an autobiographical slant, so it's hard not to believe that Justified, Justin Timberlake's first non-*N Sync outing, doesn't purloin much of its subject matter from the singer's break-up with Britney Spears. Half of the songs are about the abrupt severing of a romance and the singer's rather hardhearted stance. Sure he may have been the wronged party, but that doesn't excuse the inflexible emotional posture revealed in "Cry Me a River", "Never Again", and the sniping "Last Night". He also appears to feel warranted in partaking in the salubrious joys of a swinging single life then boasting about it, since many of the songs seem to be almost gratuitously lascivious. Lines such as "I could think of a couple positions for you" from "Right for Me", and "Better have you naked by the end of this song" from "Rock Your Body" will catapult Timberlake right off Radio Disney. But Timberlake shines when he moonwalks into more adult terrain, turning his back on the innocent dance-pop that put *N Sync in the charts. With the help of hip-hop producers the Neptunes, Timbaland and P Diddy, Timberlake has turned out a remarkably cohesive and sophisticated slice of radio-friendly R&B. --Jaan Uhelszki

Disc: 1

1.  Senorita
2.  Like I Love You
3.  (Oh No) What You Got
4.  Take It From Here
5.  Cry Me A River
6.  Rock Your Body
7.  Nothin’ Else
8.  Last Night
9.  Still On my Brain
10.  (And She Said) Take Me Now
11.  Right For Me
12.  Let’s Take A Rides
13.  Never Again

The Whole Story - Kate Bush

The Whole Story
Kate Bush

Category: Styles : Pop : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Wuthering Heights
2.  Cloudbusting
3.  Man with the child in his eyes
4.  Breathing
5.  Wow
6.  Hounds of love
7.  Running up that hill
8.  Army dreamers
9.  Sat in your lap
10.  Experiment IV
11.  Dreamin'
12.  Babooshka
13.  Big sky

Simply Deep - Kelly Rowland

Simply Deep
Kelly Rowland

Category: Styles : R&B and Soul : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review It's hard to say what adds more ballast to singer Kelly Rowland's solo debut, Simply Deep--her chart-topping past with Destiny's Child or her insanely sexy duet (and accompanying video) with hip-hop star Nelly on the song "Dilemma". For certain, Rowland will take her place alongside fellow Destiny's Child member Beyonce Knowles as a hip, self-assured R&B force with a terrifically elastic voice, if not groundbreaking material. A slick, mostly upbeat clutch of smoochy urban ballads and he-done-me-wrong laments, Simply Deep sounds expensive and Cristal-soaked, which was doubtless the goal. And there are notable exceptions--"Love/Hate" is a electronically juiced rump-shaker while the poignant album opener, "Stole", stands as a beacon to the underdog, delivered in a voice as striking as the face it belongs to, which is saying something. --Kim Hughes

Disc: 1

1.  Stole
2.  Dilemma Nelly & Kelly Rowland
3.  Haven't Told You
4.  Can't Nobody
5.  Love / Hate
6.  Simply Deep Rowland, Kelly & Solange Knowles
7.  (Love Lives In) Strange Places
8.  Obsession
9.  Heaven
10.  Past 12
11.  Everytime You Walk Out That Door
12.  Train On A Track
13.  Beyond Imagination
14.  Make U Wanna Stay (Bonus Track) Rowland, Kelly & Joe Budden
15.  No Coincidence (Bonus Track)

 

Greatest Hits - Kinks, The

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Kinks, The

Category: Rock/Pop

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Disc: 1

1.  You Reall Got Me Kinks
2.  Tired Of Waiting For You Kinks
3.  Set Me Free Kinks
4.  Tilll The End Of The Day Kinks
5.  Sunny Afternoon Kinks
6.  Days Kinks
7.  Autumn Almanac Kinks
8.  Lola Kinks
9.  A Well Respected Mann Kinks
10.  Dead End Street Kinks
11.  Dedicated Follower Of Fashion Kinks
12.  Dandy Kinks
13.  Mr. Pleasant Kinks
14.  Waterloo Sunset Kinks
15.  Death Of A Clown Kinks
16.  Wonder Boy Kinks

You Really Got Me - The Kinks

You Really Got Me
The Kinks

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  You really got me
2.  All day and all of the night
3.  Tired of waiting of you
4.  Everybody's gonna be happy
5.  Set me free
6.  See my friend
7.  Till the end of the day
8.  Dedicated follower of fashion
9.  Sunny afternoon
10.  Dead End Street
11.  Waterloo sunset
12.  Autumn almanac
13.  Wonderboy
14.  Days
15.  Plastic man
16.  Victoria
17.  Lola
18.  Apeman
19.  You do something to me
20.  Where have all the good times gone

K - Kula Shaker

K
Kula Shaker

Category: Styles : Rock : Indie Rock & Punk : Britpop

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Amazon.co.uk Review Kula Shaker take their name from a 9th-century Indian King, and their debut album, K further reveals their obsession with Eastern mysticism: the band sing in Sanskrit on "Tattva" and "Govinda" is based on an ancient Indian chant. On the strength of these and other hit singles, the band were voted Best Newcomers at the 1996 BRIT Awards and K went into the album charts at Number One--the fastest selling debut since Oasis' Definitely Maybe. A mixture of classic rock and 60's psychedelia, Kula Shaker were treated with critical derision that seemed to counteract their chart success. But the blend of East and West obviously struck a chord with the public, making this an interesting and exciting debut. --Carina Trimingham

Disc: 1

1.  Hey dude
2.  Knight on the town
3.  Temple of everlasting light
4.  Govinda
5.  Smart dogs
6.  Magic theatre
7.  Into the deep
8.  Sleeping Jiva
9.  Tattva
10.  Grateful when you're dead
11.  303
12.  Start all over
13.  Hollow man

The Essential Jerry Lee Lewis: The Legendary Sun Recordings - Jerry Lee Lewis

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Jerry Lee Lewis

Category: Rock

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All Music Guide
Yes, there were many compilations of Jerry Lee Lewis' Sun recordings, of various sizes, before this two-CD set. And, yes, there are better single-disc compilations for those who just want the very best and most famous stuff, and better multi-disc sets for those who want to go into his Sun catalog in depth. However, if you want more than what a standard greatest-hits collection offers but don't need a huge box set, this 40-track anthology is a good deal, even if considerably more music could have been fit onto each CD (the total running time falling a little shy of 100 minutes). All of the hits are here, as well as some of his better-known more obscure Sun sides ("Big Blon' Baby," "Break Up," "Fools Like Me," "Down the Line," "It'll Be Me," "Lovin' Up a Storm"). While much of the rest of the set is given over to covers of famous rock, R&B, and country hits, on these Lewis proves his skills as an excellent interpretive artist, with material varying from "What'd I Say," "Good Golly Miss Molly," and "Little Queenie" to "Mean Woman Blues," "You Win Again," and "Good Rockin' Tonight." ~ Richie Unterberger, Rovi

Disc: 1

1. Great Balls of Fire!
2. Lewis Boogie
3. High School Confidential
4. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On
5. Cold Cold Heart
6. Don't Be Cruel
7. Ramblin' Rose
8. Waiting for a Train
9. I've Been Twistin'
10. I'm Feelin' Sorry
11. Hello Josephine
12. Crazy Arms
13. Little Queenie
14. Mean Woman Blues
15. It Hurt Me So
16. Gettin' in the Mood
17. Carry Me Back to Old Virginia
18. You Win Again
19. Matchbox
20. Save the Last Dance for Me

Disc: 2

1. What'd I Say
2. Down the Line
3. Good Golly Miss Molly
4. Big Blon' Baby
5. Sweet Little Sixteen
6. Sixty Minute Man
7. Breathless
8. Fools Like Me
9. Wild One (Real Wild Child)
10. It'll Be Me
11. Milkshake Mademoiselle
12. Good Rockin' Tonight
13. Jambalaya
14. You Can't Help It (I Can't Help It)
15. Break Up
16. Lovin' Up a Storm
17. Wild Side of Life
18. Deep Elem Blues
19. I'm the Guilty One
20. The Return of Jerry Lee

 

Doo Wops & Hooligans - Bruno Mars

Doo Wops & Hooligans
Bruno Mars

Category: Pop

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Special import edition includes six bonus tracks; 'Just The Way You Are' (Remix], 'Somewhere In Brooklyn', 'Talking To The Moon' (Acoustic Piano Version) and Walmart Soundcheck live versions of 'Just The Way You Are', 'Grenade' and 'The Other Side'. Peter Hernandez (born October 8, 1985 in Waikiki, Hawaii), better known by his stage name Bruno Mars, is a Filipino-Puerto Rican American singer-songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist signed to Atlantic Records. He is most well known for singing and co-writing the hooks for the #1 hit Nothin' On You by B.o.B, and Billionaire by Travie McCoy; he also co-wrote the international hits Right Round by Flo Rida and Wavin' Flag by K'naan. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Disc: 1

1.  Grenade
2.  Just The Way You Are
3.  Our First Time
4.  Runaway Baby
5.  The Lazy Song
6.  Marry You
7.  Talking To The Moon
8.  Liquor Store Blues
9.  Count On Me
10.  The Other Side
11.  Somewhere In Brooklyn
12.  Talking To The Moon

Fever - Kylie Minogue

Fever
Kylie Minogue

Category: Rock/Pop

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Disc: 1

1.  More More More Kylie Minogue
2.  Love At First Sight Kylie Minogue
3.  Can't Get You Out Of My Head Kylie Minogue
4.  Fever Kylie Minogue
5.  Give It To Me Kylie Minogue
6.  Fragile Kylie Minogue
7.  Come Into My World Kylie Minogue
8.  In Your Eyes Kylie Minogue
9.  Dancefloor Kylie Minogue
10.  Love Affair Kylie Minogue
11.  Your Love Kylie Minogue
12.  Burning Up Kylie Minogue

In Case You Didn't Know (Olly Murs) - Various Artists

In Case You Didn't Know (Olly Murs)
Various Artists

Category: Pop

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2011 sophomore album from Olly Murs, the runner-up of X-Factor '09. Featuring a collaboration with Rap newcomers Rizzle Kicks. Includes the singles 'Heart Skips A Beat' and 'Dance With Me Tonight'.

Disc: 1

1.  Heart Skips a Beat
2.  Oh My Goodness
3.  Dance With Me Tonight
4.  I've Tried Everything
5.  This Song Is About You
6.  In Case You Didn't Know
7.  Tell the World
8.  I'm OK
9.  Just Smile
10.  On My Cloud
11.  I Don't Love You Too
12.  Anywhere Else
13.  I Need You Now

Hybrid Theory - Linkin Park

Hybrid Theory
Linkin Park

Category: Styles : Hard Rock & Metal : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review It may be too cynical to assume Hybrid Theory changed its name to Linkin Park in order to appear right next to Limp Bizkit in your local record bin. But rock-rap workouts like "One Step Closer" and "Papercut" do make Linkin Park a comfortable fit with Fred Durst and his ilk. Producer Don Gilmore (Pearl Jam, Lit) and twin vocal threats Chester Bennington and Mike Shinoda serve up industrial-strength rap and rock melodicism with equal aplomb on this debut effort. "Points of Authority" aims to sound like Trent Reznor mixing it up with Metallica, whereas guitarist Brad Delson's Edge-y harmonics help "In the End" and "Pushing Me Away" evoke a dark romanticism akin to A Perfect Circle. Curiously, the band gets by with no bass player, while sample-happy DJ Joseph Hahn's step into the spotlight on the instrumental "Cure For The Itch" suggests a potential for eclecticism that could help Linkin Park outlive its seemingly transient genre. --Bill Forman

Disc: 1

1.  Papercut
2.  One Step Closer
3.  With You
4.  Points Of Authority
5.  Crawling
6.  Runaway
7.  By Myself
8.  In the End
9.  A Place for My Head
10.  Forgotten
11.  Cure for the Itch
12.  Pushing Me Away

Meteora - Linkin Park

Meteora
Linkin Park

Category: Styles : Rock : Hard Rock & Metal : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Intro
2.  Don't Stay
3.  Somewhere I Belong
4.  Lying From You
5.  Hit The Floor
6.  Easier To Run
7.  Faint
8.  Figure.09
9.  Breaking The Habit
10.  From The Inside
11.  Nobody's Listening
12.  Session (Instrumental)
13.  Numb

Complete Madness [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED] - Madness

Complete Madness [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED]
Madness

Category: Styles : Indie : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Embarrassment
2.  Shut Up
3.  My Girl
4.  Baggy Trousers
5.  It Must Be Love
6.  The Prince
7.  Bed And Breakfast Man
8.  Night Boat To Cairo
9.  House Of Fun
10.  One Step Beyond
11.  Cardiac Arrest
12.  Grey Day
13.  Take It Or Leave It
14.  In The City
15.  Madness
16.  The Return Of The Los Palmas 7

American Life - Madonna

American Life
Madonna

Category: Music : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Having reinvented herself for the umpteenth time on her last album of jittery electronic effects and shuffling beats, American Life, finds the Queen of Pop in familiar territory and in a self-obsessed mood. Keeping with the Music formula and utilising the talent of French production-wizard Mirwais Ahmadzai has resulted in an album rich in delightful digital disco rhythms, exuberant electro and shattered beats. In the main, Mirwais' magic makes for spellbinding music; unfortunate then that the 44-year-old mum's self indulgent ramblings induce a less pleasurable stupor. The single "American Life" swaggers along with a jaunty cyber strut, while Madge offers us a witty lyrical dismantling of fame and the attendant somewhat soulless "luxuries". It's hard too feel too much sympathy though and her incessant first-person references (nearly 350 of them) begin to grate even before she announces "I am so stupid 'cause I used to be in a fuzzy dream". As well as sarcastic attacks on the fame machine she has so cleverly oiled during her 21-year tenure as music's monarch, Madge is quick to defend her relationship with a sprinkling of odes to current squeeze Guy Ritchie. Subtle and tender acoustic-based moments such as "X-Static Process" and "Nothing Fails" and the string-led beauty of "Easy Ride" add variety while truculent tracks such as "Hollywood" make for a mixed bag, but one that certainly swings in style. --Christopher Barrett

Disc: 1

1.  American Life
2.  Hollywood
3.  I'm So Stupid
4.  Love Profusion
5.  Nobody Knows Me
6.  Nothing Fails
7.  Intervention
8.  X-Static Process
9.  Mother and Father
10.  Die Another Day
11.  Easy Ride

GHV2 (Greatest Hits Volume 2) - Madonna

GHV2 (Greatest Hits Volume 2)
Madonna

Category: Music : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Perhaps the most interesting decade in her career, GHV2 is a selection of the best songs from 1992's Erotica to Music in 2000. Throughout the 1990s, Madonna was well publicised for trying her hand at anything musical together with setting new styles and standards in pop fashion. GHV2 highlights her diversity as it shifts from the "In Bed with Madonna" period with tunes such as "Erotica" and "Deeper & Deeper" to the William Orbit and Mirwais phases of her last two albums by way of the Lloyd Webber musical, Evita. Fans of Music or Ray of Light who were not Madonna fans from back in the day may find the latter half of the album less easy going as it does not possess the quirkiness of her later material nor the cheesy but highly accessible quality of older tunes as featured on the first Greatest Hits, The Immaculate Collection. Nevertheless, there is far more to Madonna than cowboys and ultra-trendy producers; each of the 15 tracks featured here are definitely the pick of her five albums from this golden period. --David Trueman

Disc: 1

1.  Deeper and Deeper
2.  Erotica
3.  Human Nature
4.  Secret
5.  Don’t Cry For Me Argentina
6.  Bedtime Story
7.  The Power of Goodbye
8.  Beautiful Stranger
9.  Frozen
10.  Take A Bow
11.  Ray of Light
12.  Don’t Tell Me
13.  What It Feels Like For A Girl
14.  Drowned World (Substitute for Love)
15.  Music

Immaculate Collection - Madonna

Immaculate Collection
Madonna

Category: Music : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review This is the perfect way to hear Madonna: no album filler, just one hit after another. As a singles artist, she works wonders: quick, danceable tunes that are occasionally "controversial" but never set out to change the world (and don't). The Immaculate Collection begins with her earliest work ("Holiday", "Borderline") and matures from there ("Papa Don't Preach", "Like A Prayer"), ending in 1990. The highlight is the inclusion of "Justify My Love", a track recorded specifically for this compilation. One caveat: since Madonna is a true video artist, it'd be even nicer to "see" these songs. --Rob O'Connor

Disc: 1

1.  Holiday
2.  Lucky star
3.  Borderline
4.  Like a virgin
5.  Material girl
6.  Crazy for you
7.  Into the groove
8.  Live to tell
9.  Papa don't preach
10.  Open your heart
11.  La Isla Bonita
12.  Like a prayer
13.  Express yourself
14.  Cherish
15.  Vogue
16.  Justify my love
17.  Rescue me

Forever Faithless: the Greatest Hits - Faithless

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Forever Faithless: the Greatest Hits
Faithless

Category: Dance & Electronic

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Album Description Forever Faithless features the greatest hits of Faithless's 10-million-records-selling career, with tracks taken from all four previously released albums (Reverence, Sunday 8pm, Outrospective, and No Roots). Tracks include "God Is a DJ", "Insomnia" and the massive "We Come 1". Faithless are: Sister Bliss (biggest female DJ in the world and multi-instrumentalist), Maxi Jazz (leading UK rapper and Buddhist) and Rollo (producer and svengali). Description Inaugural best-of collection from Rollo, Sister Bliss and Maxi Jazz, who together have been one of dance music's biggest successes, consistently tearing up dancefloors and smashing the singles charts across their four-album career with their unstoppable blend of acid house, pop-trance and deep, spiritual lyrics. This album brings together their biggest tunes, from their debut single 'Salva Mea' to selections from their most recent outing 'No Roots', as well as new single 'Why Go' featuring Estelle.

Disc: 1

1.  Insomnia
2.  Mass Destruction
3.  God Is A DJ
4.  Don't Leave
5.  Muhammad Ali
6.  We Come 1
7.  Reverence
8.  Salva Mea
9.  One Step Too Far featuring Dido
10.  Bring My Family Back
11.  Miss U Less, See U More
12.  Tarantula
13.  Fatty Boo
14.  Reasons (Saturday Night)
15.  Why Go? (Featuring Estelle)
16.  I Want More
 

 

Best Of T.Rex - Marc Bolan & T. Rex

Best Of T.Rex
Marc Bolan & T. Rex

Category: Rock/Pop

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Disc: 1

1.  Debora Marc Bolan/T Rex
2.  Child Star Marc Bolan/T Rex
3.  Cat Black (The Wizard's Hat) Marc Bolan/T Rex
4.  Conessuala Marc Bolan/T Rex
5.  Strange Orchestras Marc Bolan/T Rex
6.  Find A Little Wood Marc Bolan/T Rex
7.  Once Apon The Seas Of Abyssinia Marc Bolan/T Rex
8.  One Inch Rock Marc Bolan/T Rex
9.  Salamanda Palaganda Marc Bolan/T Rex
10.  Loft Skies Marc Bolan/T Rex
11.  Stacey Grove Marc Bolan/T Rex
12.  Kings Of The Rombling Spires Marc Bolan/T Rex
13.  Blessed Wild Apple Girl Marc Bolan/T Rex
14.  Elementals Child Marc Bolan/T Rex

Greatest Duets - Marvin Gaye

Greatest Duets
Marvin Gaye

Category: Styles : Pop : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Distant Lover
2.  If This World Were Mine
3.  Your Precious Love
4.  Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing
5.  You're All I Need to Get By
6.  Keep on Lovin' Me Honey
7.  Once upon a Time
8.  What's the Matter With You Baby
9.  After the Lights Go Down Low
10.  So Good to Be Loved by You
11.  It Takes Two
12.  It's Got to Be a Miracle (This Thing Called Love)
13.  I Want You 'Round
14.  Pledging My Love

What's Going on [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED] - Marvin Gaye

What's Going on [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED]
Marvin Gaye

Category: Styles : Pop : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Sly & The Family Stone might have psychedelicised soul music, but Marvin Gaye personalised it. Although the powers-that-were Motown didn't even want to release the record, the unexpected success of What's Going On, issued in 1971, inspired Stevie Wonder, Curtis Mayfield, and just about every other black artist on the planet to take greater responsibility for their music and its meaning. Gaye co-wrote the songs and produced the album, flavouring it with layer upon layer of his own multi-tracked vocals, oceans of hand percussion, strings, flutes and jazzy horn solos. Spacy and loose as a spliff-fuelled Sunday afternoon jam in the park, the nine songs all played like hit singles. The title track-- inspired by his brother's return from the Vietnam War--and the obvious social commentary of "Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)" and "Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)" actually were hit singles. Two other tracks ("Wholly Holy" and "Save the Children") would inspire hit covers by Aretha Franklin and Diana Ross, respectively. Nevertheless, What's Going On sounds as fresh today as it did the week that it came out. --Don Waller --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.

Disc: 1

1.  What's Going On
2.  What's Happening Brother
3.  Flyin' High (In The Friendly Sky)
4.  Save The Children
5.  God Is Love
6.  Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)
7.  Right On
8.  Wholy Holy
9.  Inner City Blues (Makes Me Wanna Holler)
10.  God Is Love (Bonus Track)
11.  Sad Tomorrows aka Flyin' High (In The Friendly Sky)

Bat Out of Hell - Meat Loaf

Bat Out of Hell
Meat Loaf

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Bat Out of Hell is probably remembered most for its rock operetta of every teenage boy's plight, "Paradise by the Dashboard Light". Certainly the most dramatic piece on the album, it engaged Meat Loaf's testosterone-crazed tenor in an incremental game of sexual bargaining with the resistant but willing, Ellen Foley. By employing exaggerated power chords, screaming vocals, over-the-top arrangements and a sense of rock and roll as Broadway theatre, Bat made Meat Loaf a star. Jim Steinman's contribution to the record is invaluable. His classically tinged piano gave a certain lush quality to his collaborations with Meat Loaf, making songs like the hit "Two Out of Three Ain't Bad" all the more emotional. Larger than life in every sense of the word, Bat Out of Hell sometimes sounds a bit dated but has retained most of its appeal.--Steve Gdula From Amazon.com Bat Out of Hell is probably remembered most for its rock operetta of every teenage boy's plight, "Paradise by the Dashboard Light." Certainly the most dramatic piece on the album, it engaged Meat Loaf's testosterone-crazed tenor in an incremental game of sexual bargaining with the resistant, but willing, Ellen Foley. By employing exaggerated power chords, screaming vocals, over-the-top arrangements, and a sense of rock and roll as Broadway theater, Bat made Meat Loaf a star. Jim Steinman's contribution to the record is invaluable. His classically tinged piano gave a certain lush quality to his collaborations with Meat Loaf, making songs like the hit "Two Out of Three Ain't Bad" all the more emotional. Larger than life in every sense of the word, Bat Out of Hell sometimes sounds a bit dated, but has retained most of its appeal. --Steve Gdula

Disc: 1

1.  Bat Out Of Hell
2.  You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)
3.  Heaven Can Wait
4.  All Revved Up With No Place To Go
5.  Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad
6.  Paradise By The Dashboard Light
7.  For Crying Out Loud

Annual 2004 (Limited Edition) - Ministry Of Sound

Annual 2004 (Limited Edition)
Ministry Of Sound

Category: Dance/Electronica

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"The Annual 2004" is the must-have dance release of the year. On 3CDs the 63 tracks make up nearly 4 hours of non-stop anthems in the mix. "The Annual" adopts a slightly different format to its predecessors. CD1 and CD2 will feature all of the biggest tunes of the year alongside exclusive current repertoire, while CD3 is a special bonus disc of Annual Anthems that compiles a total of 21 tried and tested anthems from the last 5 years. It reads as a who's who of dance with all records proven hits. 3CD package with the stunning hard box packaging with special pearlescent foil block logo and text.

Disc: 1

1.  Love Me Right (Oh Sheila) Angel City (FT Lara McAllen)
2.  I Can't Let You Go Ian Van Dahl
3.  Wilderness Jurgen Vries (FT Shena)
4.  Loneliness Tomcraft
5.  Satisfaction Benny Benassi Presents The Biz
6.  Way (Put Your Hand In My Hand) Divine Inspiration
7.  You're A Superstar Love Inc
8.  Boys Of Summer DJ Sammy
9.  Cry Little Sister (I Need You Now) Lost Brothers
10.  You're Free (Synth Mix) Yomanda
11.  If U Want Me (Antillas Remix) Michael Woods' Warrior (FT Imo
12.  Sunset Azure
13.  Brainwashed (Call You) Tomcraft
14.  Passion Steve Murano
15.  Live Another Life Plastic Boy (FT Rozalla)
16.  Holding Onto Nothing Agnelli & Nelson (FT Aureas)
17.  X Warrior
18.  Love Shines Through Marcella Woods
19.  One In A Million Saint (FT Suzanne Dee)
20.  Make The Connection Public Domain
21.  One More Chance Space Brothers
22.  Let The Sun Shine Milk & Sugar (FT Lizzy Pattins
23.  Stand Back Linus Loves (FT Sam Obernik)
24.  E Samba Junior Jack
25.  Make Luv Room 5 (FT Oliver Cheatham)
26.  I'm In Heaven Jason Nevins Presents U.K.N.Y.
27.  Husan Bhangra Knights VS Husan
28.  Shake It (Move A Little Closer) Lee-Cabrera (FT Alex Cartana)
29.  Deepest Blue Deepest Blue
30.  Love Story Vs. Finally (Tim Deluxe New Vocal Mix) Layo & Bushwacka!

18 - Moby

18
Moby

Category: Styles : Dance & Electronic : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Admittedly, 18 isn't a million style miles away from its predecessor, but this can only be a good thing. If it ain't broke (and let's face it, Play was a pretty hole-free record all told), then don't fix it. Hence the dominance here of Moby's heartbreaking way with strings, pianos and those sampled gospel vocals he's so cleverly made his own. "In My Heart" is familiar territory: a mournful blues voice sat astride the epic swell of military drums and tear jerking symphonia, while further tales of love gone bad surface on the bass-driven "One of These Mornings" and the subtle house simmer of "Another Woman". Is there anyone else out there that can do grief you can dance to? Thankfully "We Are All Made of Stars" does shed a little optimism, and there are some cool collaborations here too. Sinead O'Connor lends fragile breath to "Harbour" while MC Lyte and Angie Stone bring sassiness to the funky hip-hop anthem, "Jam for the Ladies". Welcome back, little man. --Claude Walls

Disc: 1

1.  We Are All Made Of Stars
2.  In This World
3.  In My Heart
4.  Great Escape
5.  Signs Of Love
6.  One Of These Mornings
7.  Another Woman
8.  Fireworks
9.  Extreme Ways
10.  Jam For The Ladies featuring Angie Stone and MC Lyte
11.  Sunday (The Day Before My Birthday)
12.  18
13.  Sleep Alone
14.  At Least We Tried
15.  Harbour featuring Sinead O’Connor
16.  Look Back In
17.  The Rafters
18.  I’m Not Worried At All

The Definitive Monkees - Monkees

The Definitive Monkees
Monkees

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Recruited through a trade advertisement placed in a Hollywood showbiz paper asking for "four insane boys" to make that call, the Monkees are now widely acknowledged as being the first wholly manufactured pop band to really make an impact. Seen as a direct, home-grown response to the English Beat invasion that that had so transformed the US charts in the 1960s, the tidal wave of publicity that their tie-in TV show invaluably afforded them meant that Mickey Dolenz, Peter Nesmith, Davy Jones and Peter Tork were immediate stars. Indeed, for a few crazy months the Monkees were easily as big as the Beatles had ever been when they themselves had made their own shrill-screamed, mop-topped breakthrough and started the whole thing off. This new Definitive collection contains everything that even the worryingly obsessive fan might need. From the recognised karaoke classics like "Daydream Believer" and "Last Train to Clarkesville" to the quirkier, less well-known material like "Mary, Mary" and "For Pete's Sake", there are 70 tracks here to confirm that The Monkees were far more than just a soulless exercise in hype and hope. The gently frazzled psychedelia of "Porpoise Song" and "Randy Scouse Git"s rinky-dink racket also included go some way to proving in fact that they are worthy of comparison with any other pop group of the period. --Sean Price

Disc: 1

1.  Theme from The Monkees
2.  Last train to Clarksville
3.  Take a giant step
4.  Saturday's child
5.  I'm a believer
6.  I wanna be free
7.  I'm not your steppin' stone
8.  She
9.  Little bit me a little bit you
10.  Mary Mary
11.  Girl I knew somewhere
12.  Look out (here comes tomorrow)
13.  Shades of gray
14.  Sometime in the morning
15.  For Pete's sake
16.  Forget that girl
17.  Randy Scouse git
18.  You just may be the one
19.  Pleasant Valley Sunday
20.  Words
21.  Daydream believer
22.  Goin' down
23.  What am I doing hangin' 'round
24.  Cuddly toy
25.  Valleri
26.  Porpoise song (theme from Head)
27.  Listen to the band
28.  That was then this is now
29.  Heart and soul

A Little Deeper - Ms. Dynamite

A Little Deeper
Ms. Dynamite

Category: Styles : R&B and Soul : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Dynamite made her name as the UK's best female garage MC. She was single-handedly responsible for making Sticky's Boo! a top-twenty hit in 2001 and looked set to become the next big thing from the UK's two-step scene. Instead, the 21-year-old North Londoner shipped herself off to New York and made an album of R&B. While A Little Deeper is good it pales alongside competition from artists such as Lauryn Hill, Mary J Blige or the similarly youthful Alicia Keys. Dynamite's natural blend of ragga, hip-hop and garage chat has virtually disappeared to be replaced by a semi-decent nasal singing voice. The only thing that now differentiates Dynamite from her American contemporaries is that she swears more. The addition of played-out US rapper Nas on "Afraid To Fly" is another sign that A Little Deeper is a prepackaged product for American consumption. The album has a couple of outstanding moments, particularly on "Dy-na-mi-tee" when this oldest of 11 brothers and sisters soulfully narrates the tale of her upbringing. "The Natural High" interlude is also spine-tingling as she slips back to her pirate-radio roots in a tirade against drugs. At 55 seconds it's not enough, leaving the album more sparkler than Dynamite. --Jake Barnes

Disc: 1

1.  It Takes More (Bloodshy Main Mix)
2.  Natural High (Interlude)
3.  Afraid 2 Fly
4.  Sick 'n' Tired
5.  Anyway U Want It (feat Keon Bryce)
6.  Now U Want My Love
7.  Seed Will Grow (feat. Kymani Marley)
8.  Dy-Na-Mi-Tee
9.  All I Ever Wanna Do
10.  Gotta Let U Know
11.  Put Him Out
12.  Crazy Crush
13.  Brother
14.  A Lil Deeper
15.  Watch Over Them
16.  Get Up Stand Up (HIDDEN TRACK)

Ultimate Collection (+1 Bonus Track) - Nat King Cole

Ultimate Collection (+1 Bonus Track)
Nat King Cole

Category: Easy Listening

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'Ultimate Collection' Is A 22 Track Treasure Trove Of Nat's Most Enduring Songs (Including 'Christmas Song' As A Bonus Track).

Disc: 1

1.  Let There Be Love Nat King Cole
2.  When I Fall In Love Nat King Cole
3.  Mona Lisa Nat King Cole
4.  Unforgettable Nat King Cole
5.  Too Young Nat King Cole
6.  Smile Nat King Cole
7.  On The Street Where You L Nat King Cole
8.  Pretend Nat King Cole
9.  Nature Boy Nat King Cole
10.  Love Letters Nat King Cole
11.  Nightingale Sang In Berke Nat King Cole
12.  Answer Me Nat King Cole
13.  Party's Over Nat King Cole
14.  You'll Never Know Nat King Cole
15.  Stardust Nat King Cole
16.  It's All In The Game Nat King Cole
17.  Autumn Leaves Nat King Cole
18.  More I See You Nat King Cole
19.  You Made Me Love You Nat King Cole
20.  Because You're Mine Nat King Cole
21.  Let's Face The Music & Da Nat King Cole
22.  Christmas Song Nat King Cole

Sweet Escape [IMPORT] - Gwen Stefani

Sweet Escape [IMPORT]
Gwen Stefani

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Product Description UK pressing of the 2006 sophomore album from the No Doubt vocalist featuring two bonus tracks: 'Wind It Up' (Live) and 'Orange County Girl'., . Includes the hot new single 'Wind It Up' and 12 other amazing new tracks. Production and co-writing duties come from an eclectic cast including Pharrell, Nellee Hooper, Martin Gore (Depeche Mode), Akon, Tim Rice-Oxley (Keane) and No Doubt's Tony Kanal. This album sees Gwen once again pushing the boundaries of pop and creating her own cool sound that others will be desperate to follow. Polydor.

Disc: 1

1.  Wind It Up
2.  Sweet Escape
3.  Orange County Girl
4.  Early Winter
5.  Now That You Got It
6.  4 in the Morning
7.  Yummy Pharrell, Gwen Stefani
8.  Fluorescent
9.  Breakin' Up
10.  Don't Get It Twisted
11.  U Started It
12.  Wonderful Life
 

 

Silver Side Up - Nickelback

Silver Side Up
Nickelback

Category: Styles : Rock : Hard Rock & Metal : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Following in Staind's footsteps, Nickelback make the personal public and vent a history of frustration and resentment to melodic hard rock. Silver Side Up starts with "Never Again", an angry tirade against domestic violence that sheds light on the issue without too much sap or sentiment. The catchy "How You Remind Me" and "Woke Up This Morning" tell of rotting relationships, while other tracks touch on damaged hope and lost dreams. The post-grunge, alt-metal combo backing these songs packs as strong a punch as the lyrical material, going hard with lots of hooks. The additional slide guitar on "Hangnail" and sludgy, alt-metal riffs on "Hollywood", "Money Bought" and "Where Do I Hide" add a little meat to the alt-rock bones on Silver Side Up, elevating Nickelback above the heap of copycat rockers clogging the airwaves. --Jennifer Maerz

Disc: 1

1.  Never again
2.  How you remind me
3.  Woke up this morning
4.  Too bad
5.  Just for
6.  Hollywood
7.  Money bought
8.  Where do I hide
9.  Hangnail
10.  Good times gone

Come Away with Me - Norah Jones

Come Away with Me
Norah Jones

Category: Styles : Jazz : Vocalists : Female

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Amazon.co.uk Review In Come Away with Me, it is not just the timbre of Norah Jones's voice that is mature beyond her years. Her assured phrasing and precise time are more often found in older singers as well. She is instantly recognisable, blending intimations of Billie Holiday and Nina Simone without sounding like anyone but herself. Any way you slice it, she is a singer to be reckoned with. Her readings of the Hank Williams classic, "Cold Cold Heart" and Hoagy Carmichael's "The Nearness of You" are worth the price of the CD. Jones's own material, while not bad, pales a bit next to masterpieces such as these. They might have fared better had she and producer Arif Mardin opted for some livelier arrangements, taking better advantage of brilliant sidemen such as Bill Frisell, Kevin Breit and Brian Blade; or if the tunes had simply been given less laconic performances. Jones has all the tools; what will come with experience, and some careful listening to artists like JJ Cale and Shirley Horn, is the knack of remaining low-key without being sleepy--sometimes less is not, in fact, more. --Michael Ross

Disc: 1

1.  I Don't Know Why
2.  Seven Years
3.  Cold Cold Heart
4.  Feelin' The Same Way
5.  Come Away With Me
6.  Shoot The Moon
7.  Turn Me On
8.  Lonestar
9.  I've Got To See You Again
10.  If I Were A Painter
11.  One Flight Down
12.  Nightingale
13.  The Long Day Is Over
14.  The Nearness Of You

(What's the Story) Morning Glory - Oasis

(What's the Story) Morning Glory
Oasis

Category: Styles : Rock : Indie Rock & Punk : Britpop

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Amazon.co.uk Review Oasis were already dubbed the New Beatles before the release of What's The Story--within a month of it going multi-platinum, The Times claimed they were more important than the Fabs; and Liam Gallagher was inviting George Harrison to fight him on Primrose Hill. But then, you'd feel cocky enough to pick on a Beatle if you'd just recorded these songs. Obviously the singles--"Wonderwall", "Don't Look Back In Anger", "Some Might Say"--rock; but it's a shocker rediscovering just how ace the album tracks are. The minor-chord that the chorus of "Hey Now!" pivots on could liquefy a brick; "Champagne Supernova" is the sound of a band riding the nose-cone of a rock & roll Concorde, and as for "She's Electric"--ah, well. Every New Beatles must have their "Maxwell's Silver Hammer". --Caitlin Moran --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.

Disc: 1

1.  Hello
2.  Roll with it
3.  Wonderwall
4.  Don't look back in anger
5.  Hey now
6.  6
7.  Some might say
8.  Cast no shadow
9.  She's electric
10.  Morning glory
11.  11
12.  Champagne supernova

Good Morning Vietnam - Original Soundtrack

Good Morning Vietnam
Original Soundtrack

Category: Shows/Movies

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Disc: 1

1.  Adrian Cronauer Good Morning Vietnam
2.  Nowhere To Run Martha Reeves & The Vandellas
3.  I Get Around Beach Boys
4.  Game Of Love Wayne Fontana & The Mindbender
5.  Adrian Cronauer Good Morning Vietnam
6.  Sugar & Spice Searchers
7.  Adrian Cronauer Good Morning Vietnam
8.  Liar Liar Castaways
9.  Warmth Of The Sun Beach Boys
10.  Adrian Cronauer Good Morning Vietnam
11.  I Got You (I Feel Good) James Brown
12.  Adrian Cronauer Good Morning Vietnam
13.  Baby Please Don't Go Them
14.  Adrian Cronauer Good Morning Vietnam
15.  Danger Heartbreak Dead Ah Marvelette
16.  Five O'Clock World Vogues
17.  California Sun Rivieras
18.  Adrian Cronauer Good Morning Vietnam
19.  What A Wonderful World Louis Armstrong

Trainspotting V.1 - Original Soundtrack

Trainspotting V.1
Original Soundtrack

Category: Shows/Movies

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Re-released with colored slipcases.

Disc: 1

1.  Lust For Life Iggy Pop
2.  Deep Blue Sea Brian Eno
3.  Trainspotting Primal Scream
4.  Atomic Sleeper
5.  Temptation New Order
6.  Night Clubbing Iggy Pop
7.  Sing Blur
8.  Perfect Day Lou Reed
9.  Mile End Pulp
10.  For What You Dream Of Bedrock
11.  2:1 Elastica
12.  A Final Hit Leftfield
13.  Born Slippy
14.  Closet Romantic Damon Albarn

M!ssundaztood [ENHANCED] - P!nk

M!ssundaztood [ENHANCED]
P!nk

Category: Music : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review M!ssundaztood is the follow-up to Pink's platinum selling debut. On Can't Take Me Home Pink established herself as one of the biggest R&B/pop acts of 2000; a status she later confirmed by stealing the limelight from fellow divas-with-attitude Missy Elliott, Mya and Christina Aguilera on their No. 1 cover of "Lady Marmalade". M!ssundaztood, however, reveals an ambition that extends far beyond the massed ranks of R&B's feisty female fraternity. Pink wants to be a pop star, pure and simple. Consequently, as well as the tried and tested R&B groove of first single "Get The Party Started" and funky hip-hop of "Respect", she adds a random yet brilliant selection of full-blown radio rock ("18 Wheeler", "Numb"), sassy pop ("M!ssundaztood") and emotionally charged laments ("Dear Diary", "Family Portrait", "Eventually"). Stylistically confused as it is- "Misery", a woozy bar room blues duet with Aerosmith's Steven Tyler is perhaps the most out of character--with some great tunes and a voice just as capable of fragile emotion as it is attitude, she somehow manages to pull it off. --Dan Gennoe

Disc: 1

1.  Get The Party Started
2.  18 Wheeler
3.  M!ssundaztood
4.  Dear Diary
5.  Eventually
6.  Numb
7.  Just Like A Pill
8.  Family Portrait
9.  Misery (w/Steven Tyler)
10.  Respect (w/Scratch)
11.  Don't Let Me Get Me
12.  Gone To California
13.  Lonely Girl (w/Linda Perry)
14.  My Vietnam

Greatest Hits... So Far!!! - Pink

karaoke jukebox hire Greatest Hits... So Far!!!
Pink

Category: Pop

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Deluxe edition includes bonus DVD. 2010 collection from the global superstar that includes her biggest hits plus two brand new tracks. Since her debut in 2000, P!nk (Alecia Moore) has successfully paved her way on her own terms as a talented singer/songwriter/performer. Over the past two years, P!nk has extensively performed sold-out performances throughout Europe, Australia and the U.S., winning over critics and fans. To date, the Pennsylvania native has earned the status of a global superstar, P!nk has sold over 30 million albums, over one million DVD's, and nearly 20 million iTunes tracks worldwide. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Disc: 1

1.  Get The Party Started P!nk
2.  There You Go P!nk
3.  You Make Me Sick P!nk
4.  Don't Let Me Get Me P!nk
5.  Just Like A Pill P!nk
6.  Family Portrait P!nk
7.  Trouble P!nk
8.  Stupid Girls P!nk
9.  Who Knew P!nk
10.  U + Ur Hand P!nk
11.  Dear Mr. President Featuring Indigo Girls P!nk featuring Indigo Girls
12.  So What P!nk
13.  Sober P!nk
14.  Please Don't Leave Me P!nk
15.  Bad Influence P!nk
16.  Funhouse P!nk
17.  Raise Your Glass P!nk
18.  F**kin' Perfect P!nk
19.  Heartbreak Down P!nk

Back in the World [LIVE] - Paul McCartney

Back in the World [LIVE]
Paul McCartney

Category: Styles : Rock : Classic Rock : Classic British Rock

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Amazon.co.uk Review Back in the World is a collection of Paul McCartney's performances from his 2002 world tour. Critics may quibble over the creative roller coaster that's been Sir Paul's post-Beatles solo career, but few can deny his status as one of rock's most buoyant live performers and consistent crowd pleasers. That drive to stake his claim onstage (said to be one of the factors that drove the Fabs to dissolution) energises this otherwise largely backward-looking collection; fully two-thirds of the double-disc's 35 tracks hail from the Beatles catalogue, with the rest slanted toward early solo-career standouts such as "Jet", "Maybe I'm Amazed" and "My Love". But Macca and his focused backing quartet deliver them with a punchy edge and sense of abandon that's largely MIA on previous McCartney live releases. Other than pausing for tributes to his fallen comrades ("Here Today", a solo acoustic paean to John Lennon followed by a touching, ukulele-backed nod to George Harrison with "Something"), it's largely a rollicking career retrospective from a musician whose restless drive to perform invests this collection with something more than mere nostalgia. The singer who invoked Bach at 22 may still refuse to act his age, but here that's not a bad thing at all. --Jerry McCulley

Disc: 1

1.  Hello Goodbye
2.  Jet
3.  All My Loving
4.  Getting Better
5.  Coming Up
6.  Let Me Roll It
7.  Lonely Road
8.  Driving Rain
9.  Your Loving Flame
10.  Blackbird
11.  Every Night
12.  We Can Work It Out
13.  Mother Nature's Son
14.  Carry That Weight
15.  The Fool on the Hill
16.  Here Today
17.  Something

Disc: 2

1.  Eleanor Rigby
2.  Here, There and Everywhere
3.  Calico Skies
4.  Michelle
5.  Band on the Run
6.  Back in the USSR
7.  Maybe I'm Amazed
8.  Let 'em In
9.  My Love
10.  She's Leaving Home
11.  Can't Buy Me Love
12.  Live and Let Die
13.  Let It Be
14.  Hey Jude
15.  The Long and Winding Road
16.  Lady Madonna
17.  I Saw Her Standing There
18.  Yesterday
19.  Sgt Pepper / The End

Illumination - Paul Weller

Illumination
Paul Weller

Category: Styles : Rock : Classic Rock : Classic British Rock

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Amazon.co.uk Review It's hard to bring any fanfare to a Paul Weller release these days, but Illumination speaks for itself, bringing together the past and future Weller like none of his solo work before. Producing the album himself (and playing most of the instruments), he's made Illumination sound like a celebration rather than an introspective vanity project. Songs such as the skyscraping "Leafy Trees" and "Standing Out in the Universe" are hard to imagine coming from his pen. Where the album fails is in the host of celebrity "friends" he's roped in on most of the tracks, which serve to dilute rather than enhance the songs; turning the album into a Jools Holland-esque novelty record rather than a collaboration. It works with garage and hip-hop, it fails with rock. Noel Gallagher, Kelly Jones, guitarist Aziz Ibrahim--the personalities are too big for the songs and their presence too overwhelming (particularly Jones, a man who used to write good records himself, who wrote the lyrics to and actually sings the pedestrian "Call Me No. 5"). The remarkable "It's Written in the Stars" is a revelation, however, sounding like it was actually written after a few glasses of good wine under the Mediterranean stars--and most of the rest of the album follows its lead. "Who brings joy?" he sings on the song of the same name, and for once, Weller is the answer to his own question. --Ben Johncock

Disc: 1

1.  Going places
2.  Bullet for everyone
3.  Leafy mysteries
4.  It's written in the stars
5.  Who brings joy
6.  Now the night is here
7.  Spring (at last)
8.  One X one
9.  Bag man
10.  All good books
11.  Call me No.5
12.  Standing out in the universe
13.  Illumination

The Very Best of Sting and the Police - Police

The Very Best of Sting and the Police
Police

Category: Styles : Rock : Greatest Hits

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UK-only release to commemorate Sting's award for 'Outstanding Contribution to the UK Music Industry' received at the 2002 Brit Awards. A&M has repackaged 'The Very Best Of Sting & The Police,' updating it with his most recent hits 'Brand New Day' and 'Desert Rose.' This release carries a new sleeve image and includes 18 hit singles, 5 of which were number one smashes.

Disc: 1

1.  Message In A Bottle
2.  Can't Stand Losing You
3.  An Englishman In New York (Album Version)
4.  Every Breath You Take
5.  Seven Days
6.  Walking On The Moon
7.  Fields Of Gold
8.  Fragile
9.  Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
10.  De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da
11.  If You Love Somebody Set Them Free
12.  Brand New Day
13.  Desert Rose
14.  If I Ever Lose My Faith In You
15.  When We Dance (Edit)
16.  Don't Stand So Close To Me
17.  Roxanne
18.  So Lonely

The Platinum Collection - Greatest Hits I, II & III [BOX SET] - Queen

The Platinum Collection - Greatest Hits I, II & III [BOX SET]
Queen

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review What once seemed Queen's greatest liabilities--a preening flamboyance and pompous, overwrought theatricality--have ironically become their most enduring charms in a grey, postmodern pop-music landscape. While it eschews the glammy, pre-punk hard rock of live faves such as "Stone Cold Crazy" and "Tie Your Mother Down" for the band's more quirky club-beat string of latter-day hits , this 51-track triple-CD anthology goes a long way toward documenting the true dimensions of the band's music and fame. It even includes some solo work by Brian May and Freddie Mercury, whose duet on "Barcelona" with diva Montserrat Caballé transcends boundaries of both time and genre. A previously unreleased live performance of "The Show Must Go On" featuring Elton John on vocals is also included. --Jerry McCulley

Disc: 1

1.  Bohemian Rhapsody
2.  Another One Bites The Dust
3.  Killer Queen
4.  Fat Bottomed Girls
5.  Bicycle Race
6.  You're My Best Friend
7.  Don't Stop Me Now
8.  Save Me
9.  Crazy Little Thing Called Love
10.  Somebody To Love
11.  Now I'm Here
12.  Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy
13.  Play The Game
14.  Flash
15.  Seven Seas Of Rhye
16.  We Will Rock You
17.  We Are The Champions

Disc: 2

1.  Kind of magic
2.  Under pressure
3.  Radio ga ga
4.  I want it all
5.  I want to break free
6.  Innuendo
7.  It's a hard life
8.  Breakthru
9.  Who wants to live forever
10.  Headlong
11.  Miracle
12.  I'm going slightly mad
13.  Invisible man
14.  Hammer to fall
15.  Friends will be friends
16.  Show must go on
17.  One vision

Disc: 3

1.  Show must go on
2.  Under pressure
3.  Barcelona
4.  Too much love will kill you
5.  Somebody to love
6.  You don't fool me
7.  Heaven for everyone
8.  Las palabras de amor
9.  Driven by you
10.  Living on my own
11.  Let me live
12.  Great pretender
13.  Princess of Universe
14.  Another ones bites the dust
15.  No one but you
16.  These are the days of our lives
17.  Thank God it's Christmas

By the Way - Red Hot Chili Peppers

By the Way
Red Hot Chili Peppers

Category: Styles : Indie : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review The problem Anthony Kiedis and his supremely dysfunctional musical family faced when beginning work on their eighth album, By the Way, wasn't so much how to top (or even compare) to the critical and commercial euphoria of 1999's superb Californication, but more how to avoid the comedown that followed their other highpoint--Blood Sex Sugar Magik--where One Hot Minute turned into several long years that nearly finished them. They decided, it seems, to just shut their eyes, press pedal to metal and continue as before. It's worked magnificently--no small thanks to the canny production of Rick Rubin again and the cohesive gelling Frusciante back into what has now emerged as a tight, focused unit (despite the album being, as ever, about five songs too long--"Midnight" and "Minor Thing" for instance). Minor quibbles though, for when the Chili Peppers are average, they still tower over most other bands. "By The Way", by far not the best cut here (those would be the quite wonderful "Tear" and widescreen "Don't Forget Me"), picks up where Californication left off, but is not representative of an album that frequently revisits the sunshine harmonies of "Road Trippin'" and desolate landscape of "Scar Tissue". Endlessly surprising and hugely engaging, the Chili Peppers have opened their eyes and found themselves with a another great record on their hands, solidifying both themselves as a group and their position as one of the world's best rock bands. --Ben Johncock

Disc: 1

1.  By The Way
2.  Universally Speaking
3.  This Is The Place
4.  Dosed
5.  Don't Forget Me
6.  The Zephyr Song
7.  Can't Stop
8.  I Could Die For You
9.  Midnight
10.  Throw Away Your Television
11.  Cabron
12.  Tear
13.  On Mercury
14.  Minor Thing
15.  Warm Tape
16.  Venice Queen

Glow - Reef

Glow
Reef

Category: Rock/Pop

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1997 release produced by George Drakoulis (Black Crowes, Jayhawks) and Reef.

Disc: 1

1.  Place Your Hands Reef
2.  I Would Have Left You Reef
3.  Summer's In Bloom Reef
4.  Lately Stomping Reef
5.  Consideration Reef
6.  Don't You Like It Reef
7.  Come Back Brighter Reef
8.  Higher Vibration Reef
9.  I'm Not Scared Reef
10.  Robot Riff Reef
11.  Yer Old Reef
12.  Lullaby Reef

Escapology [Explicit Lyrics] - Robbie Williams

Escapology [Explicit Lyrics]
Robbie Williams

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Amazon.co.uk Review He's tried his hand at indie-rock, big-band swing and brash pop music--so where does Robbie Williams' fifth album take the popular British entertainer? Escapology is far removed from his previous albums: it's a serious attempt to make something as credible as it is accessible--so no more bubble-gum wonders such as "Rock DJ" or "Kids". Robbie has now matured and makes adult-orientated rock or middle-of-the road pop music. Lead single "Feel" is standard adult-pop fare that one might expect from the likes of Phil Collins or David Gray; it's redeemed, however, by Robbie's noticeably heartfelt vocals--though perhaps not the best singer in the world, you can tell he means every word he sings. The highlight of Escapology is the gigantically epic ballad "Love Somebody" in which his voice is pushed to its very limits and is pitched over a lush backdrop of brooding strings and a rousing gospel choir. Unquestionably the ballads reign supreme--the heavier rock numbers are large and impressively produced with a cheesy touch of soul, filled with brash horns and pub-rock arrangements in what feels like an attempt to follow Oasis but ends up being more like Toploader. Robbie's lyrical content is still very personal and much of it harps on about what a hard time he has being a pop star ("How Peculiar" and "Something Beautiful"). To fit his new mature style, there is less self parody, although his sense of humour and wry observations do shine though on "Handsome Man" and the catchy but silly "Me & My Monkey". Last but not least, the first track written entirely by Robbie himself, "Nan's Song" is a simple and moving tribute to his late grandmother. Although by far not the best on the album, Robbie will probably take comfort in that, firstly, it's good enough to be on the album and, secondly, it's better than Liam Gallagher's first effort. --David Trueman

Disc: 1

1.  How peculiar
2.  Feel
3.  Something beautiful
4.  Monsoon
5.  Sexed up
6.  Love somebody
7.  Revolution
8.  Handsome man
9.  Come undone
10.  Me and my monkey
11.  Song 3
12.  Hot fudge
13.  Cursed
14.  Nan's Song

Life Thru a Lens - Robbie Williams

Life Thru a Lens
Robbie Williams

Category: Music : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review When Life Thru A Lens came out, Robbie Williams was a swiftly-failing music industry joke--"Blobbie Pill-iams", the ballooning drug-freak, drunk and bleary-eyed at far too many parties for his own good. Although his cover of George Micheal's "Freedom" had gone in at Number 2, "Old Before I Die" and "South Of The Border" sounded too like weak-tea Oasis for any real chart action and people were starting to talk about him as a failure. Then the elegiac "Angels" with its simple black-and-white video hit MTV pay-dirt, and six months later Williams was picking up six BRIT Awards, showing off his post-rehab six-pack and dating an All Saint. And so the rest of Life Thru A Lens is a likeable, hyperactive stream of consciousness--much like Williams himself. "Lazy Days" is an unexpectedly gorgeous psychedelic swoon, and "Let Me Entertain You"--"When I'm Cleaning Windows" for the Hooch generation--is still an irresistible offer. --Caitlin Moran

Disc: 1

1.  Lazy Days
2.  Life Thru a Lens
3.  Ego A Go Go
4.  Angels
5.  South of the Border
6.  Old Before I Die
7.  One of God's Better People
8.  Let Me Entertain You
9.  Killing Me
10.  Clean
11.  Baby Girl Window

Talk That Talk - Rihanna

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Rihanna

Category: Pop

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An artist experiencing diminishing returns since 2009's startling reinvention album Rated R - from victim to victorious in one long-player - Rihanna's latest can't stop the rot that set in with the mixed messages of 2010's Loud. Not that said set was poor - it just failed to match the pop highs of the Umbrella-packing Good Girl Gone Bad and Rated R's darker tones. The tracks of sixth LP Talk That Talk make a lot of noise but move lethargically - familiar tropes surface in the lyrical content (sexy times being the core focus), and musically it's a smorgasbord of European dance trends and contemporary RnB production, showy but soulless. Of course there are ballads, too - but after all the saucy front, the slowies feel utterly blunted.

The album begins at a low, the staccato vocal hooks of You Da One irritating rather than engaging. The squelchy, buzzing Where Have You Been is one of two productions from Calvin Harris - indicative of the mainstream dance scene of the UK and Europe making steady progression into the US RnB market. It's an inoffensive pairing of building beats and sliced-and-diced vocals: to the right feet on the right dancefloor it'll be manna itself manifested as an arms-in-the-air clubbing highlight. The second Harris hook-up, We Found Love, swells with fevered keys until it explodes, blinding neon like, all over its frenetic, repetitive chorus. It's by-numbers fare from Harris, given edge by a quite deliberately provocative music video - just the 47 million YouTube views since mid-October.

A forgettable vocal from Jay-Z on the title-track foreshadows an awful exercise in quasi-erotic wordplay on Cockiness (Love It) and a wholly pointless minute-something in the company of star producer The-Dream, wasted on the boring profanities of Birthday Cake. At its halfway mark Talk That Talk takes a turn for the downbeat, the Beyoncé-style paean to perfect monogamy We All Want Love sitting awkwardly beside questionable sexual morals presented by earlier cuts. And Drunk on Love, for the second time in as many weeks release-wise after Rihanna's guest slot on Drake's Take Care, matches the Barbadian singer with a Jamie xx (Smith) production, the backing a slightly tweaked take on The xx's Intro. It feels lazy, an impression that runs the course of this collection, which never convinces the listener that the artist on its cover is fully committed to the cause. On the commercial dubstep rumble of bonus track Red Lipstick, produced by Chase & Status, she sounds as if she phoned in her (again, drearily sexual) vocal five minutes after waking up.

In the recent past Rihanna exhibited a cool nonchalance; here, she's trapped between playing the characters of a ruthless dominatrix and a docile sort willing to be putty in a boy's hands. If the real Rihanna doesn't stand up for her seventh LP, one has to wonder if she'll ever find herself again.

--Mike Diver

CD Description
Talk That Talk is the sixth studio album from Bajan superstar Rihanna, the follow-up to the phenomenal success of 2010's Loud. The album includes the single "We Found Love" featuring Calvin Harris (Rihanna's sixth UK Number 1 in five consecutive years, a record unequalled by any other female solo artist), as well as "You Da One" and the Jay-Z-featuring title track.

Disc: 1

1.  You Da One [Explicit]
2.  Where Have You Been
3.  We Found Love
4.  Talk That Talk [Explicit]
5.  Cockiness
6.  Birthday Cake [Explicit]
7.  We All Want Love
8.  Drunk On Love
9.  Roc Me Out
10.  Watch N' Learn
11.  Farewell

FutureSex/LoveSounds [EXPLICIT LYRICS] [IMPORT] - Justin Timberlake

FutureSex/LoveSounds [EXPLICIT LYRICS] [IMPORT]
Justin Timberlake

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Product Description UK pressing of the 2006 sophomore solo album from Pop superstar features one bonus track, 'Pose'. Justin Timberlake returns with the highly anticipated album Future Sex/ Love Sounds, the sexy follow-up to the mega-hit Justified. Co-written by Timberlake along with hit-makers Timbaland, Rick Rubin and will.i. am., Future Sex/ Love Sounds is infused with the hip-hop based R&B sound that has launched Justin as one of the genre's premier performers. Sony/BMG.

Disc: 1

1.  FutureSex/LoveSound
2.  Sexyback Timbaland, Justin Timberlake
3.  Sexy Ladies
4.  My Love T.I., Justin Timberlake
5.  Love Stoned
6.  What Goes Around...
7.  Chop Me Up Three 6 Mafia, Timbaland, Justin Timberlake
8.  Damn Girl Justin Timberlake, will.i.am,
9.  Summer Love
10.  Until the End of Time
11.  Losing My Way
12.  (Another Song) All Over Again

Yours Truly, Angry Mob - Kaiser Chiefs

Yours Truly, Angry Mob
Kaiser Chiefs

Category: Rock/Pop

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Q (p.106) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he eccentric twists bolster YOURS TRULY's main thrust....The chorus among choruses belongs to the decidedly unaverage 'Everything Is Average Nowadays'..." Mojo (p.98) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Opener 'Ruby' is a foot-to-the-floor, festival monster-in-waiting, while 'Highroyds' recalls Blur's effervescent, buzzsaw pop." Uncut (p.80) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]heir second album manages to be full of surprises, while never straying too far from what you'd expect."

Disc: 1

1.  Ruby
2.  Angry Mob
3.  Heat Dies Down
4.  Highroyds
5.  Love's Not A Competition (But I'm Winning)
6.  Thank You Very Much
7.  I Can Do It Without You
8.  My Kind Of Guy
9.  Everything Is Average Nowadays
10.  Boxing Champ
11.  Learnt My Lesson Well
12.  Try Your Best
13.  Retirement
 

Forty Licks - Rolling Stones

Forty Licks
Rolling Stones

Category: Styles : Rock : Classic Rock : Blues Rock

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Amazon.co.uk Review Although notoriously difficult to license, the Rolling Stones release what may be considered their definitive "best of" collection, 40 Licks. Disc one focuses (with the exception of Sticky Fingers' "Wild Horses") on the golden period, from their formation in 1962 to 1970. Although not in chronological order, it includes every phase of the decade--the early covers including "Not Fade Away"; the all-conquering classics such as "Satisfaction" and "Get off My Cloud"; the often overlooked psychedelic Satanic Majesties period represented here by "She's a Rainbow"; and when they really found their own sound, the Let it Bleed era with the likes of "Gimme Shelter" and "Jumpin' Jack Flash". If disc one covers the first eight years, then disc two covers the next 32--the stadium years. With an audience on a ludicrously grand scale, the Stones fell into a pattern of anthemic blues-rock, such as "Tumbling Dice", "Brown Sugar" and "It's Only Rock 'n' Roll". Next there were the odd experiments to keep up with the youngsters, such as the disco-influenced "Miss You", which, like Rod Stewart's "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy", was inspired, but thankfully a one off. And so onto the bleak period, after the stadium filler "Start Me Up", they fell on a rough patch that would last pretty much until Voodoo Lounge in the 1990s, a fantastic return to form, with several more songs that could have been worthy for this "best of" but were sadly not chosen in favour of "Love is Strong" and "You Got Me Rocking". Including four new songs produced by Don Was who did their last two albums, this really is the full story-so-far covering 40 years of the world's most famous rock & roll band. --David Trueman Album Description The definitive Rolling Stones collection on 2 CDs, featuring 40 remastered Stones' classics and 4 brand new songs. --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.

Disc: 1

1.  Street fighting man
2.  Gimme shelter
3.  Satisfaction
4.  Last time
5.  Jumpin' Jack Flash
6.  You can't always get what you want
7.  19th nervous breakdown
8.  Under my thumb
9.  Not fade away
10.  Have you seen your mother baby
11.  Sympathy for the devil
12.  Mother's little helper
13.  She's a rainbow
14.  Get off my cloud
15.  Wild horses
16.  Ruby Tuesday
17.  Paint it black
18.  Honky tonk women
19.  It's all over now
20.  Let's spend the night together

Disc: 2

1.  Start me up
2.  Brown sugar
3.  Miss you
4.  Beast of burden
5.  Don't stop (previously unreleased)
6.  Happy
7.  Angie
8.  You got me rocking
9.  Shattered
10.  Fool to cry
11.  Love is strong
12.  Mixed emotions
13.  Keys to love (previously unreleased)
14.  Anybody seen my baby
15.  Stealing my heart (previously unreleased)
16.  Tumbling dice
17.  Undercover
18.  Emotional rescue
19.  It's only rock 'n' roll
20.  Losing my touch (previously unreleased)

Rock 'N' Roll Ballads, The - Roy Orbison

Rock 'N' Roll Ballads, The
Roy Orbison

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Trying to get to you
2.  Claudette
3.  It's too late
4.  Go go go
5.  Ooby dooby
6.  True love goodbye
7.  You're my baby
8.  Chicken hearted
9.  I like love
10.  Rockhouse
11.  Devil doll
12.  Domino
13.  I never knew
14.  You're gonna cry
15.  Sweet and easy to love
16.  Fools hall of fame

Our Version of Events - Emeli Sande

  Our Version of Events
Emeli Sande

Category: Pop

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Deluxe Edition includes five additional tracks. 2012 debut album from the British singer/songwriter. Sand‚ first became known to the public eye after she featured on rapper Chipmunk's third single, "Diamond Rings", which gained herself and Chipmunk a first Top 10 single on the UK Singles Chart. In 2010, she appeared on Wiley's "Never Be Your Woman", which became another Top 10 hit. She has written for a number of artists, including Cher Lloyd, Parade, Susan Boyle, Preeya Kalidas, Leona Lewis, Alesha Dixon, Cheryl Cole, and Tinie Tempah.

Disc: 1

1.  Heaven Emeli Sandé
2.  My Kind of Love Emeli Sandé
3.  Where I Sleep Emeli Sandé
4.  Mountains Emeli Sandé
5.  Clown Emeli Sandé
6.  Daddy Emeli Sandé
7.  Maybe Emeli Sandé
8.  Suitcase Emeli Sandé
9.  Breaking the Law Emeli Sandé
10.  Next to Me Emeli Sandé
11.  River Emeli Sandé
12.  Lifetime Emeli Sandé
13.  Hope Emeli Sandé
14.  Read All About It, Pt. III Emeli Sandé
15.  Wonder Naughty Boy
16.  Breaking the Law Emeli Sandé
17.  Easier in Bed Emeli Sandé
18.  Beneath Your Beautiful Labrinth
19.  Imagine Emeli Sandé

Scissor Sisters (+ 2 Bonus Tracks) - Scissor Sisters

Scissor Sisters (+ 2 Bonus Tracks)
Scissor Sisters

Category: Rock/Pop

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The self produced album is packed full of rollicking guitar riffs, throbbing snyths and a whole bunch of wicked lyrics. Their influences skitter through glimmers of vintage Bowie, Roxy Music and Elton John to Giorgio Moroder, burlesque theater and rock opera. This special edition includes 2 bonus tracks: "Skins" and "Get It Get It".

Disc: 1

1.  Laura Scissor Sisters
2.  Take Your Mama Out Scissor Sisters
3.  Comfortably Numb Scissor Sisters
4.  Mary Scissor Sisters
5.  Lovers In The Backseat Scissor Sisters
6.  Tits On The Radio Scissor Sisters
7.  Filthy/Gorgeous Scissor Sisters
8.  Music Is The Victim Scissor Sisters
9.  Better Luck Next Time Scissor Sisters
10.  It Can't Come Qucikly Enough Scissor Sisters
11.  Return To Oz Scissor Sisters
12.  Message From Ms Matronic Scissor Sisters
13.  Skins Scissor Sisters
14.  Get It Get It Scissor Sisters

Never Mind the Bollocks Here's the Sex Pistols - Sex Pistols

Never Mind the Bollocks Here's the Sex Pistols
Sex Pistols

Category: Styles : Indie : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review The Sex Pistols' only proper album has become one of those records that is far more talked and written about than listened to. Only a handful of rock & roll bands can genuinely claim to have changed the world, and only one of those can claim to have done it with such a tiny discography (though any number of retrospective albums have been issued since the band met their messy end, this was the only one released while they were still a going concern). It is impossible that any serious fan of modern music is not familiar with at least the singles collected here ("Pretty Vacant", "Anarchy In The UK", "God Save The Queen"). Jamie Reid's lurid yellow-and-pink sleeve artwork is also an enduringly influential cultural artefact. Mostly, though, what should never be forgotten about Never Mind. . . is that when all the mischief and mayhem it inspired or caused has been stripped away, it is a truly great rock & roll album: guitars as angry and adrenalised as any ever recorded, killer tunes, and Johnny Rotten's inimitable voice--the definitive articulation of disgust. Altogether perfect. Every era, and every home, should have one. --Andrew Mueller

Disc: 1

1.  Holidays in the sun
2.  Bodies
3.  No feelings
4.  Liar
5.  God save the Queen
6.  Problems
7.  Seventeen
8.  Anarchy in the UK
9.  Submission
10.  Pretty vacant
11.  New York
12.  EMI

+ - Ed Sheeran

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Ed Sheeran

Category: Pop

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Editorial Reviews - +

All Music Guide
Debut album from the young Yorkshire folk-pop artist who was signed to Atlantic after moving to L.A. and playing countless open mike nights, where he was discovered by Jamie Foxx. His warm, mature-sounding voice drives this album of soulful, melodic songs, often featuring electronic beats. Includes the haunting single "The A Team.," Rovi

Disc: 1

1.  A Team
2.  Drunk
3.  U.N.I.
4.  Grade 8
5.  Wake Me Up
6.  Small Bump
7.  This
8.  The City
9.  Lego House
10.  You Need Me, I Don't Need You
11.  Kiss Me
12.  Give Me Love
13.  [CD-ROM Track]

Greatest Hits - Simon & Garfunkel

Greatest Hits
Simon & Garfunkel

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Simon & Garfunkel have two three-CD box sets collecting their entire career output, one with out-takes and live recordings, but the duo who were among the bestselling acts of the 1960s only recorded five studio albums throughout the entire 1960s! Their studio perfectionism is never better served than here. This greatest hits is simple and to the point, a perfect collection for anyone looking to get the basic idea (and hits) without committing to a more serious relationship. The harmonies, Paul Simon's masterful songwriting, Garfunkel's soaring choirboy voice, are all here. --Rob O'Connor

Disc: 1

1.  Mrs Robinson
2.  For Emily wherever I may find her
3.  Boxer
4.  59th Street Bridge song (feelin' groovy) (Feelin' groovy)
5.  Sound of silence
6.  I am a rock
7.  Scarborough Fair
8.  Canticle
9.  Homeward bound
10.  Bridge over troubled water
11.  America
12.  Kathy's song
13.  If I could
14.  Bookends
15.  Cecilia

Best Of (Remastered) - Simple Minds

Best Of (Remastered)
Simple Minds

Category: Rock/Pop

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Digitally remastered 32 track collection from the longtime Scottish favorites. Includes the worldwide smash 'Don't You Forget About Me' (of course) and some of their hits prior to the worldwide breakthru, including 'Theme From Great Cities', 'I Travel', 'The American','Promised You A Miracle' and more. A bonus treat is the remix of 'Theme From Great Cities' by Raven Maize, a hit at the 2001 Winter Music Conference.

Disc: 1

1.  Don't You (Forget About Me) Simple Minds
2.  Promised You A Miracle Simple Minds
3.  Waterfront Simple Minds
4.  Alive And Kicking Simple Minds
5.  Glittering Prize Simple Minds
6.  All The Things She Said Simple Minds
7.  Sanctify Yourself Simple Minds
8.  Someone Somewhere (In Summertime) Simple Minds
9.  Ghostdancing Simple Minds
10.  Up On The Catwalk Simple Minds
11.  Speed Your Love Simple Minds
12.  Theme For Great Cities Simple Minds
13.  Love Song Simple Minds
14.  American Simple Minds
15.  Sweat In Bullet Simple Minds
16.  Life In A Day Simple Minds
17.  I Travel Simple Minds
18.  Let There Be Love Simple Minds
19.  This Is Your Land Simple Minds
20.  Kick It In Simple Minds
21.  Let It All Come Down Simple Minds
22.  See The Lights Simple Minds
23.  Stand By Love Simple Minds
24.  Real Life Simple Minds
25.  She's A River Simple Minds
26.  Hypnotised Simple Minds
27.  Glitterball Simple Minds
28.  War Babies Simple Minds
29.  Mandela Day Simple Minds
30.  Biko Simple Minds

Home - Simply Red

Home
Simply Red

Category: Styles : Pop : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review Home is the first album from Simply Red for more than three years. Their last (1999's Love and the Russian Winter) was both underwhelming and underperforming--the result of the band's increasingly unfashionable status and the flame that once made Mick Hucknall a great songwriter starting to burn out. Many artists in this position attempt some kind of back-to-basics approach to remind everyone why they sold so many records in the first place. On the surface, this looks like what Hucknall has attempted, particularly with opener "Home". But scratch the surface and you'll find bold, upbeat and funky songs, full of joyous brass and strings. Both "Fake" and "Sunrise" (complete with a forgivable Hall and Oates sample) are wonderfully reminiscent of early Hucknall but infused with a new-found confidence. Home is Simply Red in a nutshell--great, soulful songs, funky guitars and Hucknall's remarkable voice, the latter something that most people forget when criticising the band for their "coffee table" appeal. The main problem is that there aren't enough of these songs. The album is bolstered significantly by a number of covers (most notably the inspired Dylan classic, "Positively 4th Street"). They're great, but ultimately B-side fodder, taking up valuable room on the album after a mammoth absence--what has Hucknall been doing for the last three years? Well, setting up his own record label to release this, for one thing. Hucknall should have capitalised on this opportunity more because despite the quality on offer here, it simply isn't enough. --Ben Johncock

Disc: 1

1.  Home
2.  Fake
3.  Sunrise
4.  You Make Me Feel Brand New
5.  Home Loan Blues
6.  Positively 4th Street
7.  Lost Weekend
8.  Money
9.  Something For You
10.  It's You
11.  Home (Reprise)

The Ultimate Collection [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED] - Smokey Robinson & The Miracles

The Ultimate Collection [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED]
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles

Category: Styles : R&B and Soul : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Going to a go go
2.  I second that emotion
3.  Shop around
4.  Way over there
5.  Bad girl
6.  Who's lovin' you
7.  I'll try something new
8.  You've really got a hold on me
9.  Mickey's monkey
10.  Like it like that
11.  Ooo baby baby
12.  Choosey beggar
13.  My girl has gone
14.  Tracks of my tears
15.  Tears of a clown
16.  Baby baby don't cry
17.  Love I saw in you was just a mirage
18.  I'm the one you need
19.  More love
20.  Special occasion
21.  If you can wait
22.  Yester love
23.  We've come too far to end it now
24.  What's so good about goodbye
25.  You can Depend on me

Singles - Soft Cell

Singles
Soft Cell

Category: Rock/Pop

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Disc: 1

1.  Memorabilia Soft Cell
2.  Tainted Love Soft Cell
3.  Bedsitter Soft Cell
4.  Say Hello, Wave Goodbye Soft Cell
5.  Torch Soft Cell
6.  What Soft Cell
7.  Where The Heart Is Soft Cell
8.  Numbers Soft Cell
9.  Soul Inside Soft Cell
10.  Down In The Subway Soft Cell

Read My Lips - Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Read My Lips
Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Category: Styles : Pop : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review After an awful lot of hype and far too many mentions of Moby being involved (he's not), Sophie Ellis-Bextor finally unveils her solo album Read My Lips. For a first time effort, it really isn't bad. It suffers from one too many fillers and the odd duff moment, but there's still much here to enjoy. Fans of "Groovejet" will be disappointed by the lack of jaunty Balearic disco, yet as a showcase for her petulant voice and charismatic demeanour it works just fine. Opener and first single, "Take Me Home" is a soaring, camply infectious tale of getting picked up in a nightclub, "Move Any Mountain" (co-penned with Blur's Alex James) the sound of rich trip-hop noir and "Never Let Me Down" the kind of easy, day-dreaming tune Alison Moyet used to knock out in her sleep. In fact there's a worrying nod to the 1980s on more than one occasion, worst offender being the dinky electro pop of "Everything Falls Into Place". This is disposable pop, but enjoyable nonetheless. --Paul Tierney

Disc: 1

1.  Take me home (a girl like me)
2.  Lover
3.  Move this mountain (album version)
4.  Murder on the dancefloor
5.  Sparkle
6.  Final move
7.  I believe
8.  Leave the others alone
9.  By chance
10.  Universe is you
11.  Is it any wonder
12.  Everything falls into place (album version)

Gold : The Best of Spandau Ballet - Spandau Ballet

Gold : The Best of Spandau Ballet
Spandau Ballet

Category: Styles : Pop : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review In the days when boy bands played their own instruments, Spandau Ballet--a bunch of pretty boys from north London with kilts, shoulder pads, bad 1980s hair, eyeliner and unmistakable good looks--caused quite a stir and soon had both major record labels and teenage girls monitoring their every move. Major-league players among the New Romantic movement, the five piece lived the high life and churned out hit after hit between 1980 and 1986. This compilation features pretty much all of their offerings ("Gold", "True", "Lifeline", "Highly Strung")--some more memorable than others. Gold's sleeve notes boldly proclaim "...this is where it all began. Club culture, endless nocturnal adventures, white boys high on soul and funk-making electric dance music which moves the city." It's hard to imagine music like this doing that now--on the cover they look like a bunch of old guys in polo necks--but it was the 80s. --Ronita Dutta

Disc: 1

1.  Gold
2.  True
3.  Only when you leave
4.  Lifeline
5.  Communication
6.  Instinction
7.  Chant No.1 (I don't need this pressure on)
8.  To cut a long story short
9.  The Freeze
10.  Musclebound
11.  Paint me down
12.  She loved like diamond
13.  Round & round
14.  Highly strung
15.  Fight for ourselves
16.  I'll fly for you
17.  Through the barricades

The Singles Collection - Spandau Ballet

The Singles Collection
Spandau Ballet

Category: Styles : Pop : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Gold
2.  Lifeline
3.  Round And Round
4.  Only When You Leave
5.  Instinction
6.  Highly Strung
7.  True
8.  Communication
9.  I'll Fly For You
10.  To Cut A Long Story Short
11.  Chant No. 1 (I Don't Need This Pressure On)
12.  Paint Me Down
13.  Freeze
14.  Musclebound

12 Gold Bars V.1 - Status Quo

12 Gold Bars V.1
Status Quo

Category: Rock/Pop

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Disc: 1

1.  Rockin' all over the world
2.  Down down
3.  Caroline
4.  Paper plane
5.  Break the rules
6.  Again again
7.  Mystery song
8.  Roll over lay down
9.  Rain
10.  Wild side of life
11.  Whatever you want
12.  Living on an island

You Gotta Go There to Come Back - Stereophonics

You Gotta Go There to Come Back
Stereophonics

Category: Styles : Indie : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review The seeds of You Gotta Go There to Come Back, the Stereophonics fourth album, can be found both in the band's love for 1970s rock (manifested in their increasingly ludicrous hairstyles--a grand metaphor of how out of touch with reality they've become) and the riff-laden, tuneless hulk of "Vegas Two Times", the last single released from previous album Just Enough Education to Perform. Despite its phenomenal success, Just Enough... was primarily known (and criticised) for its mellow, languid songs. If nothing else, You Gotta Go There... is both a partial antithesis of this and an ill-advised, nostalgia-fuelled revival of 70s riffage, but with none of the cool posturing or style of, say, the Datsuns. Foregoing the reliable staple of Bush and Birds' production, Kelly Jones somewhat audaciously takes the reins himself, which should set alarm bells off in anyone's head. Lead single "Madame Helga" is nothing but a dull foot-stomping rocker where it could have been an iron-clad "Bartender and the Thief" (Performance and Cocktails' blistering standout), and all six minutes of "Help Me (She's Out of Her Mind)" are laden with painfully slow, nasal proclamations. However, there is the sense that the band are trying to move on, as some of the more experimental sounds attest to ("I'm Alright", "Maybe Tomorrow"). The results are interesting, but they might have benefited from another producer to lead them into this new territory (Nigel Goodrich for instance). Tracks such as "You Stole My Money Honey" and "Jealousy" don't sound like they were written by Kelly Jones, the same man who brought us Word Gets Around's excellent "Traffic". This is nothing more than an exhumed corpse of something that was once great. At the moment, the Stereophonics are way out there, let's just hope that they come back soon. --Ben Johncock

Disc: 1

1.  Help Me (She's Out of Her Mind)
2.  Maybe Tomorrow
3.  Madame Helga
4.  Climbing the Wall
5.  Getaway
6.  You Stole My Money Honey
7.  Jealousy
8.  I'm Alright (You Gotta Go There to Come Back)
9.  Nothing Precious At All
10.  Rainbows and Pots of Gold
11.  I Miss You Now
12.  High as the Ceiling
13.  Since I Told You It's Over

The Story So Far - The Story So Far: The Very Best of Rod Stewart

The Story So Far
The Story So Far: The Very Best of Rod Stewart

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review A legend of British rock over the past three decades, everyone's favourite pseudo Scotsman, Rod Stewart has had more than enough top-drawer hits to fill this double album, The Story So Far. There is no chronological order, which is probably a good thing as his golden period in the 1970s would undoubtedly cast a shadow over his subsequent work, which although good is no match for "Maggie May", "You Wear it Well" or the swaggering blues rocker "Hot Legs". The album is split into two distinct sections, "A Night Out" which as you may guess is the up-tempo numbers like "This Old Heart" and "Ooh La La" whereas "A Night In" shows the more tender side of balladeer Rod beginning with the "love it or hate it" anthem "Sailing" and then onto classics like "I Don't Want To Talk About It", "The Killing of Georgie" and "Have I Told You Lately". Rod Stewart has been the subject of many compilations before The Story So Far but with many of them being either single discs with glaring omissions or box sets with just a few too many album fillers, this is the most definitive yet succinct greatest hits yet. --David Trueman

Disc: 1

1.  Maggie May
2.  Baby Jane
3.  Some guys have all the luck
4.  Young Turks
5.  Do ya think I'm sexy
6.  What am I gonna do (I'm so in love with you)
7.  Hot legs
8.  You wear it well
9.  Rhythm of my heart
10.  Downtown train
11.  Motown song
12.  This old heart of mine Stewart, Rod & Ronald Isley
13.  Tonight I'm yours (don't hurt me)
14.  Ooh la la
15.  I can't deny it
16.  It takes two Stewart, Rod & Tina Turner
17.  Stay with me Faces

Disc: 2

1.  Sailing
2.  I don't want to talk about it
3.  Have I told you lately
4.  First cut is the deepest
5.  You're in my heart
6.  All for love Adams, Bryan & Rod Stewart/Sting
7.  Tonight's the night (gonna be alright)
8.  Every beat of my heart
9.  Tom Traubert's blues (Waltzing Matilda)
10.  Don't come around here Stewart, Rod & Helicopter Girl
11.  Killing of Georgie (parts 1&2)
12.  Love touch
13.  I was only joking
14.  Ruby Tuesday
15.  In a broken
16.  Reason to believe
17.  In my life

Angels with Dirty Faces - Sugababes

Angels with Dirty Faces
Sugababes

Category: Music : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review The story of the Sugababes is a tale which might sound more appropriate to a band of leather-faced rock dinosaurs yet Angels With Dirty Faces is only the second album in their short career. Since dazzling the world with their anthem "Overload"; their first album flopped, they were dropped by their label, a founder member left and just when you thought they would give up, along comes Heidi Range and suddenly they get two consecutive number one singles. "Freak Like Me" was born of a Girls on Top bootleg of Gary Numan & Adina Howard which needed the "babes" attitude to crack the top 40. Second single "Round Round" is more like it; cowritten by the band, it has a far less distinctive sample and grooves like a Motown pop hit with a latter day R&B edge. If their debut One Touch was driven by 1960s R&B, Angels… is more in tune with today's R&B scene as on "Blue", a really bright, upbeat chorus blended with a dark and dirty verse. "Virgin Sexy" and "Supernatural" show a very mature Sugababes in a funk-rock superstyle which creeps menacingly like US divas En Vogue but sign-of-the-times lyrics like "I'm virgin sexy, if you want me just text me" remind us that they're a lot younger than they actually sound. On the whole, Angels… is far more accomplished than their debut. They have now successfully bridged all age gaps making their music so-called intelligent enough to reach the older people yet still fresh, dynamic and instant enough for a younger market. If you were to group them in the bracket of chart pop acts like S Club, Britney, Blue et al, The Sugababes are in a league of their own with a consistent album rather than a short string of sugar-soaked singles… it's hard to believe they are all the same age as or younger than Gareth Gates. --David Trueman

Disc: 1

1.  Freak Like Me
2.  Blue
3.  Round Round
4.  Stronger
5.  Supernatural
6.  Angels With Dirty Faces
7.  Virgin Sexy
8.  Shape Of My Heart
9.  Just Don't Like This
10.  No Man No Cry
11.  Switch
12.  More Than A Million Miles
13.  Breathin' Easy
14.  Round Round (alternative mix)

Rockers - Thin Lizzy

Rockers
Thin Lizzy

Category: Styles : Hard Rock & Metal : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Whiskey in the jar
2.  Baby face
3.  Mama Nature said
4.  Song for while I'm away
5.  Call the police
6.  Rocker
7.  Sarah
8.  Slow blues
9.  Little darlin'
10.  Sitamoia
11.  Gonna creep up on you

The Singles Plus - Tom Jones

The Singles Plus
Tom Jones

Category: Styles : Lounge, Nostalgia & Exotica : Vocal

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Disc: 1

1.  Chills and Fever
2.  It's Not Unusual
3.  Once Upon a Time
4.  With These Hands
5.  What's New, Pussycat?
6.  Rose
7.  Thunderball
8.  Key to My Heart
9.  To Make a Big Man Cry
10.  Stop Breaking My Heart
11.  Once There Was a Time
12.  Not Responsible
13.  This and That
14.  Green, Green Grass of Home
15.  Promise Her Anything
16.  Detroit City
17.  If I Had You
18.  Funny Familiar Forgotten Feelings
19.  I'll Never Fall in Love Again
20.  I'm Coming Home
21.  Lonely One
22.  Delilah
23.  Smile
24.  Help Yourself
25.  Day by Day
26.  Minute of Your Time
27.  Looking Out My Window

Disc: 2

1.  Love Me Tonight
2.  Hide and Seek
3.  Without Love
4.  Man Who Knows Too Much
5.  Daughter of Darkness
6.  Tupelo Mississippi Flash
7.  I (Who Have Nothing)
8.  Can't Stop Loving You
9.  She's a Lady
10.  My Way
11.  Puppet Man
12.  Resurrection Shuffle
13.  Till
14.  Young New Puppeteer
15.  Letter to Lucille
16.  la La (Just Having You Here)
17.  Somethin' 'Bout You Baby I Like
18.  Keep A-Talkin' 'Bout Love
19.  Pledging My Love
20.  Memories Don't Leave Like People Do
21.  Mr. Helping Hand
22.  Say You'll Stay Until Tomorrow
23.  Kiss Art of Noise, The

Best of 1990-2000 - U2

Best of 1990-2000
U2

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review The Best of 1990-2000 can be seen as an introduction to the reinvented U2 (Part One), the group who ruined irony for everyone. Gone were the mullets, canyon-scraping guitars and "locust winds", and out came the fly shades, leather and TV remote. Bono hid behind a mask, started enjoying himself, and the band began making the best, most interesting, diverse and rewarding music of their career. When grouped together, however, the material on The Best of 1990-2000 feels mix-matched. But that is hardly surprising considering the between-album sonic leaps (bordering on artistic self-indulgence and poncy-Enofications with Passengers) and only half finishing Pop. Despite Pop's patchiness, the songs' zeitgeist experimentation and fundamental nonchalant attitude to their own position in the U2 scheme of things are both invigorating and satisfying. Notably though, they've been reworked (i.e., finished) here: "Staring at the Sun" apparently suffering from "mid-temp syndrome". The new versions are better, and the new songs "Electrical Storm" and "The Hands that Built America" are stronger still. However nothing comes close to the dark, bruised masterpieces from Achtung Baby, particularly "The Fly". The track order is odd, with some telling omissions ("Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses") and strange inclusions ("The First Time"), which just goes to show how hard the band have considered the songs as they see them today. Let's hope that after their current back to basics attitude they'll go all weird again soon. --Ben Johncock

Disc: 1

1.  Even Better Than The Real Thing
2.  Mysterious Ways
3.  Beautiful Day
4.  Electrical Storm (William Orbit Mix NEW TRACK)
5.  One
6.  Miss Sarajevo (Single Radio Edit)
7.  Stay (Faraway, So Close!)
8.  Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of
9.  Gone (Mike Hedges Mix NEW MIX)
10.  Until The End Of The World
11.  The Hands That Built America (Theme From Gangs Of New York) (NEW TRACK)
12.  Discotheque (Mike Hedges Mix NEW MIX)
13.  Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me
14.  Staring At The Sun (Mike Hedges Mix NEW MIX)
15.  Numb (Mike Hedges Mix NEW MIX)
16.  The First Time
17.  The Fly (UK BONUS TRACK)

The Best Of: 1980-1990 - U2

The Best Of: 1980-1990
U2

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Pride (In the Name of Love)
2.  New Year's Day
3.  With or Without You
4.  I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
5.  Sunday Bloody Sunday
6.  Bad
7.  Where the Streets Have No Name
8.  I Will Follow
9.  Unforgettable Fire
10.  Sweetest Thing [The Single Mix]
11.  Desire
12.  When Love Comes to Town
13.  Angel of Harlem
14.  All I Want Is You

And His Blue Caps - Gene Vincent

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Gene Vincent

Category: Pop

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CD Description
This 2CD digitally remastered set features two classic Gene Vincent Albums 'Bluejean Bop' and 'Gene Vincent And The Blue Caps' plus bonus tracks.

Disc: 1

1. Bluejean Bop
2. Jezebel
3. Ain't She Sweet
4. Jumps,Giggles And Shouts
5. Who Slapped John?
6. Wedding Bells
7. Up A Lazy River
8. Bop Street
9. I Flipped
10. Waltz Of The Wind
11. Jump Back, Honey, Jump Back
12. Peg O'My Heart
13. Be-Bop-A-Lula
14. Woman Love
15. Race With The Devil
16. Gonna Rack Up Baby
17. Red Bluejeans And A Ponytail
18. Unchained Melody
19. Hold Me, Hug Me, Rock Me
20. You Told A Fib
21. Cruisin'
22. You Better Believe
23. Double Talkin' Baby
24. Blues Stay Away From Me
25. Cat Man
26. I Sure Miss You
27. Pink Thunderbird
28. Pretty Pretty Baby
29. Crazy Legs
30. Important Words
31. Five Days, Five Days
32. B-I-Bicky- Bi, Bo-Bo-Go
33. Wear My Ring
34. Lotta Lovin'
35. Dance To The Bop
36. I Got It

 

Greatest Hits - Westlife

Greatest Hits
Westlife

Category: Rock

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Editorial Reviews - Greatest Hits

All Music Guide
Greatest Hits is the second compilation from Irish boy band Westlife. The record follows the foursome's career spanning over a decade, and includes some of their top hits like 'Flying Without Wings,' 'I Have a Dream,' and 'You Raise Me Up.' The collection also contains four brand new tracks including the single 'Lighthouse.',

Disc: 1

1.  Swear It Again
2.  If I Let You Go
3.  Flying Without Wings
4.  I Have a Dream
5.  Against All Odds
6.  My Love
7.  Uptown Girl
8.  Queen of My Heart
9.  World of Our Own
10.  Mandy
11.  You Raise Me Up
12.  Home
13.  What About Now
14.  Safe
15.  Lighthouse
16.  Beautiful World
17.  Wide Open
18.  Last Mile of the Way

Be Not Nobody - Vanessa Carlton

Be Not Nobody
Vanessa Carlton

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Amazon.co.uk Review With Be Not Nobody, her much-anticipated debut, ex-ballerina Vanessa Carlton more than makes good on the promise of her first single, "A Thousand Miles". Augmenting her classical training with a broad range of pop she soaked up playing New York City clubs, and listening to classic rock in her father's car, Be Not Nobody finds the phenomenon decorating her fierce piano playing with orchestration, guitars and percussion galore. "Prince" is sizzling and funky, while "Ordinary Day" displays a majestic grace and "Unsung" is a stomping blues-bar breakdown. Comparisons to Fiona Apple and Little Earthquakes-era Tori Amos (especially on the haunting "Sway" and "Wanted") are inevitable and justified. Yet Carlton sounds fresh, even on a menacing interpretation of the Rolling Stones' "Paint It Black". With the exception of the anaemic ballad "Pretty Baby", this impressive debut makes a strong case that a new star has emerged. --Annie Zaleski

Disc: 1

1.  Ordinary Day
2.  Unsung
3.  A Thousand Miles
4.  Pretty Baby
5.  Rinse
6.  Sway
7.  Paradise
8.  Prince
9.  Paint It Black
10.  Wanted
11.  Twilight
12.  Wanted (Ripe Mix Version)

60's Soul Mix - Various

60's Soul Mix
Various

Category: Styles : R&B and Soul : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Do I Love You? Frank Wilson
2.  Get Ready Temptations
3.  I'm a Roadrunner JR Walker
4.  Sexy Coffee Pot Tony Alvon & The Belairs
5.  Needle in a Haystack Velvelettes
6.  Heatwave Martha & The Vandellas
7.  Tainted Love Gloria Jones
8.  Higher & Higher Jackie Wilson
9.  Uptight Stevie Wonder
10.  Give me a Little More Time Chairmen of the Board
11.  Stop Her on Sight (SOS) Edwin Starr
12.  Papa's Got a Brand New Bag James Brown
13.  Blow Up a Go Go James Clarke
14.  Sliced Tomatoes Just Brothers
15.  1,2,3 Len Barry
16.  Two Can Have a Party Tammi Terrell
17.  Going to a Go Go Smokey Robinson/The Miracles
18.  You Can't Hurry Love Supremes, The
19.  I Can't Help Myself Four Tops
20.  Nowhere to Run Martha & The Vandellas
21.  Time is Tight Booker T & The MG's
22.  Mr Big Stuff Jean Knight
23.  What a Man Lynda Lyndell
24.  Spooky Dusty Springfield
25.  Heard it Through the Grapevine Marvin Gaye

Disc: 2

1.  For Once in My Life Stevie Wonder
2.  California Soul Marlena Shaw
3.  Do You Love Me? Contours, The
4.  Can I Get a Witness Marvin Gaye
5.  Ain't to Proud to Beg Temptations, The
6.  This Old Heart of Mine Isley Brothers
7.  How Sweet it is Junior Walker
8.  Rescue Me Fontella Bass
9.  Gimme Some Lovin' Spencer Davis Group
10.  Think James Brown
11.  Wade in Water Ramsey Lewis
12.  Locomotion Little Eva
13.  25 Miles Edwin Starr
14.  I Want You Back Jackson 5
15.  My Guy Mary Wells
16.  Respect Yourself Staple Sisters
17.  Everyday People Sly & the Family Stone
18.  It Takes Two Marvin Gaye & Kim Weston
19.  Shop Around Smokey Roberson & The Miracles
20.  Too Fish in the Sea Marvelettes
21.  Ghost in my House R Dean Taylor
22.  Build Me up Buttercup Foundations, The
23.  The Way you do the Things you do Temptations, The
24.  Too Busy Thinking about my Baby Marvin Gaye
25.  Bring it on Home Eddie Floyd
26.  Light My Fire Al Green

Best Power Ballads in the World... Ever! - Various

Best Power Ballads in the World... Ever!
Various

Category: Styles : Rock : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Hero Chad Kroeger feat. Josey Scott
2.  We Are The Champions Queen
3.  The Best Tina Turner
4.  Because The Night Patti Smith Group
5.  The One I Love R.E.M.
6.  I Drove All Night Roy Orbison
7.  The Power Of Love Huey Lewis & The News
8.  Heaven Is A Place On Earth Belinda Carlisle
9.  Alone Heart
10.  Is This Love Whitesnake
11.  Black Velvet Alannah Myles
12.  (I Just) Died In Your Arms Cutting Crew
13.  You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night) Meat Loaf
14.  Total Eclipse Of The Heart Bonnie Tyler
15.  China In Your Hand T'Pau
16.  Bitch Meredith Brooks
17.  How You Remind Me Nickelback
18.  Love Hurts Nazareth
19.  Every Rose Has It¹s Thorn Poison
20.  Nothing Compares 2 U Sinéad O’Connor

Disc: 2

1.  Drive Cars, The
2.  Broken Wings Mr. Mister
3.  Hard To Say I¹m Sorry Chicago
4.  Against All Odds (Take A Look At Me Now) Phil Collins
5.  To Be With You Mr. Big
6.  I Want To Know What Love Is Foreigner
7.  The Living Years Mike & The Mechanics
8.  Nothing¹s Gonna Stop Us Now Starship
9.  Keep On Loving You REO Speedwagon
10.  We Belong Pat Benatar
11.  Don¹t You (Forget About Me) Simple Minds
12.  Missing You John Waite
13.  Isn¹t It Time Baby¹s, The
14.  When I See You Smile Bad English
15.  It Must Have Been Love Roxette
16.  Eternal Flame Bangles, The
17.  All By Myself Eric Carmen
18.  Eyes Without A Face Billy Idol
19.  I¹d Do Anything For Love (But I Won¹t Do That) Meat Loaf

Capital Gold British Legends - Various

Capital Gold British Legends
Various

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Disc: 1

1.  Queen Bohemian Rhapsody
2.  Robbie Williams ­ Angels
3.  David Bowie Life On Mars
4.  Procol Harum A Whiter Shade Of Pale
5.  The Kinks Waterloo Sunset
6.  Rod Stewart Maggie May
7.  Chris Farlowe Out Of Time
8.  Elvis Costello and the Attractions Oliver's Army
9.  Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music Virginia Plain
10.  Pet Shop Boys West End Girls
11.  Petula Clark ­ Downtown
12.  Shirley Bassey ­ Goldfinger
13.  Paul McCartney and Wings Live And Let Die
14.  Ian Dury & The Blockheads Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick
15.  Culture Club Karma Chameleon
16.  Madness It Must Be Love
17.  The Small Faces Itchycoo Park
18.  Peter Gabriel Solsbury Hill
19.  The Stranglers Golden Brown
20.  Ultravox ­- Vienna
21.  Mike Oldfield Tubular Bells

Disc: 2

1.  John Lennon & The Plastic Ono Band ­ Imagine
2.  Fleetwood Mac ­ Albatross
3.  10cc I'm Not In Love
4.  Clifford T Ward Home Thoughts From Abroad
5.  Elton John Rocket Man (I Think It's Going To Be A Long, Long Time)
6.  Spandau Ballet ­ True
7.  The Hollies He Ain't Heavy He's My Brother
8.  The Move Blackberry Way
9.  Gerry Rafferty Baker Street
10.  Duran Duran Ordinary World
11.  Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me)
12.  Tom Jones feat. The Stereophonics Mama Told Me Not To Come
13.  The Animals House Of The Rising Sun, The
14.  The Shadows ­ Apache
15.  Cliff Richard We Don't Talk Anymore
16.  The Zombies She's Not There
17.  T'pau China In Your Hand
18.  Dusty Springfield You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
19.  XTC Senses working overtime
20.  Phil Collins In The Air Tonight

Coyote Ugly [SOUNDTRACK] - Various

Coyote Ugly [SOUNDTRACK]
Various

Category: Styles : Soundtracks : Bestsellers

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Amazon.co.uk Review The latest Jerry Bruckheimer production focuses on five 20-something women working their way through life at a fashionable bar in New York City. Four new LeAnn Rimes tracks highlight this collection. Though all from the pen of veteran songwriter Diane Warren, the tracks vary in style from diva pop ("Can't Fight the Moonlight") to sentimental musings ("Please Remember"). It is only a matter of time before Rimes leaves country music completely behind for the sleek modern world of mainstream pop. The remaining songs are a hotchpotch of different eras. EMF's "Unbelievable" and Snap's "The Power" hark back to the early 1990s, while Don Henley and INXS deliver the dancebeat kick of the 1980s. The firing fiddle of the Charlie Daniels Band's 1979 hit "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" seems out of context here. But then, this bar must have one odd jukebox to begin with. --Rob O'Connor

Disc: 1

1.  Can't Fight the Moonlight LeAnn Rimes
2.  Please Remember LeAnn Rimes
3.  The Right Kind Of Wrong LeAnn Rimes
4.  But I Do Love You LeAnn Rimes
5.  All She Wants To Do Is Dance Don Henley
6.  Unbelievable EMF
7.  The Power Snap
8.  Need You Tonight INXS
9.  The Devil Went Down To Georgia Charlie Daniels Band, The
10.  Boom Boom Boom Rare Blend
11.  Didn't We Love Tamara Walker
12.  We Can't Get There Mary Griffin

Fantastic No.1's of the Seventies - Various

Fantastic No.1's of the Seventies
Various

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Disc: 1

1.  T. Rex Metal Guru
2.  Sweet Blockbuster
3.  Alice Cooper School’s Out
4.  Alvin Stardust Jealous Mind
5.  10cc Rubber Bullets
6.  Suzi Quatro Devil Gate Drive
7.  Chicory Tip Son Of My Father
8.  Edison Lighthouse Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)
9.  Christie Yellow River
10.  Dawn Tie A Yellow Ribbon ‘Round The Old Oak Tree
11.  Donny Osmond – The Twelfth Of Never
12.  David Essex Hold Me Close
13.  Three Degrees When Will I See You Again
14.  George McRae Rock Your Baby
15.  Carl Douglas Kung Fu Fighting
16.  Dave and Ansil Collins Double Barrel
17.  Mungo Jerry In The Summertime
18.  Freda Payne Band Of Gold
19.  The Osmonds Love Me For A Reason
20.  Sweet Sensation Sad Sweet Dreamer
21.  Simon & Garfunkel Bridge Over Troubled Water

Disc: 2

1.  Bay City Rollers Bye Bye Baby
2.  Slade – Coz I Luv U
3.  Pilot January
4.  Showaddywaddy Under The Moon Of Love
5.  New Seekers Featuring Lyn Paul You Won’t Find Another Fool Like Me
6.  Middle Of The Road Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep
7.  Brotherhood Of Man Save Your Kisses For Me
8.  Johnny Mathis When A Child Is Born
9.  Art Garfunkel I Only Have Eyes For You
10.  Deniece Williams Free
11.  Leo Sayer When I Need You
12.  Tammy Wynette Stand By Your Man
13.  Johnny Nash Tears On My Pillow (I Can’t Take It)
14.  Typically Tropical Barbados
15.  Four Seasons December ’63 (Oh What A Night)
16.  Tina Charles I Love To Love (But My Baby Loves To Dance)
17.  Real Thing You To Me Are Everything
18.  Jacksons Show You The Way To Go
19.  Donna Summer I Feel Love
20.  Tubeway Army Are ‘Friends’ Electric?

Fiddler on the Roof [SOUNDTRACK] [EXTRA TRACKS] [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED] - Various

Fiddler on the Roof [SOUNDTRACK] [EXTRA TRACKS] [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED]
Various

Category: Styles : Soundtracks : Bestsellers

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Disc: 1

1.  Prologue And Tradition Tevye Chorus Isaac Stern And Orchestra
2.  Matchmaker, Matchmaker Tzeitel Hodel Charva And Orchestra
3.  If I Were A Rich Man Tevye And Orchestra
4.  Sabbath Prayer Tevye Golde Chrorus Isaac Stern And Orchestra
5.  To Life Tevye Lazar Wolf Chorus And Orchestra
6.  Miracle Of Miracles Motel And Orchestra
7.  Tevye's Dream Tevye Golde Grandmother Tzeitel Fruma
8.  Wedding Procession Orchestra
9.  Sunrise Sunset Tevye Golde Hodel Isaac Stern And Orchestra
10.  Wedding Celebration And The Bottle Dance John Williams Chorus And Orchestra
11.  Wedding Procession Soundtrack Orchestra
12.  First Act Finale Soundtrack Orchestra
13.  Do You Love Me Sound Track Tevye Gold And Orchestra
14.  Far From The Home I Love Holdel Tevye And Orchestra
15.  Chava Ballet Sequence Tevye Isaac Stern And Orchestra
16.  Rejection Scene Tevye Chava And Orchestra
17.  Anatevka Isaac Stern And Orchestra
18.  Finale Orchestra And Tevye Golde Laz
19.  Any Day Now Isaac Stern And Orchestra

Four Weddings and a Funeral [SOUNDTRACK] - Various

Four Weddings and a Funeral [SOUNDTRACK]
Various

Category: Styles : Soundtracks : Bestsellers

Stereo

Disc: 1

1.  Love Is All Around
2.  But not for me
3.  You're The First, The Last, My Everything
4.  Smoke gets in your eyes
5.  I Will Survive
6.  La La La (Means I love you)
7.  Crocodile Rock
8.  The Right Time
9.  It should have been me
10.  Loving you tonight
11.  Can't smile without you
12.  Four Weddings and a Funeral/Funeral Blues
13.  The secret marriage
14.  Chapel of love

Friends Reunited - The 90's - Various

Friends Reunited - The 90's
Various

Category: Styles : Pop : Bestsellers

Stereo

Amazon.co.uk Review With the 80s back catalogue a bare-bone carcass having been plundered beyond recognition by brands such as School Disco and Friends Reunited, the time has come to move onto the next sequential decade: the 90s. Friends Reunited: The 90s is a double CD from the age that brought us Blur, Oasis, Take That and the Spice Girls--not that any of them are featured here. Disc one is party anthems and sing-along favourites such as "the sound of the student union", "Sit Down" by James, "Common People" by Pulp and the sugar-sweet "Love Fool" by The Cardigans. Disc two includes the decade's big ballads with monster hits from Sinead O'Connor ("Nothing Compares 2 U"), Wet Wet Wet ("Love is All Around"), Shakespear's Sister ("Stay"), All Saints ("Never Ever") and last but not least, East 17 and their not-so-tough Christmas hit "Stay Now". As a retrospective of an era, Friends Reunited: The 90s is not that bad, but not that good either. --Georgina Collins

Disc: 1

1.  Sit Down James
2.  Common People Pulp
3.  Brimful Of Asha Remix Cornershop
4.  Road Rage Catatonia
5.  The Day We Caught The Train Ocean Colour Scene
6.  Lovefool Cardigans
7.  Wake Up Boo Boo Radleys
8.  Space Cowboy Jamiroquai
9.  Give Me A Little More Time Gabrielle
10.  Summer Time DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince
11.  Good Enough Dodgy
12.  Turn On, Tune In, Cop Out Freakpower
13.  Connected Stereo MCs
14.  Say What You Want Texas
15.  Ordinary World Duran Duran
16.  What's Up 4 Non Blondes
17.  Kiss Me Sixpence Non The Richer
18.  Groove Is In The Heart Dee-Lite
19.  S Club Party S Club 7
20.  Tragedy Steps

Disc: 2

1.  Nothing Compares 2 U Sinead O'Connor
2.  Praying For Time George Michael
3.  Love Is All Around Wet Wet Wet
4.  Tears On My Pillow Kylie Minogue
5.  Stay Shakespeare's Sister
6.  You Do Something To Me Paul Weller
7.  Never Ever All Saints
8.  Baby Can I Hold You Boyzone
9.  What Can I Do Corrs, The
10.  End Of The Road Boyz II Men
11.  Unbreak My Heart Toni Braxton
12.  Ocean Drive Lighthouse Family
13.  I'll Be Loving You Forever New Kids On The Block
14.  Show Me Heaven Maria McKee
15.  Hold On Wilson Phillips
16.  I Swear All 4 One
17.  Stay Another Day East 17
18.  You Might Need Somebody Shola Ama
19.  Anything 3T
20.  As Long As You Love Me Backstreet Boys

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