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All That She
All That She Wants
We Like to
We Like to Party!
Sing Hallelujah
I'm Every
I'm Every Woman
I've Been Thinking About
I've Been Thinking About You
Tell Me What You
Tell Me What You Like
Moving on
Moving on Up
This Is How We
This Is How We Party
Gypsy Woman (She's Homeless) [La Da Dee La
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What Is
What Is Love
Maria Maria
The Rhythm of the
The Rhythm of the Night
All About the
All About the Money
That's the Way Love
That's the Way Love Goes
Return of the
Return of the Mack
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Personnel includes: Martin Carthy; Eliza Carthy (fiddle); Chris Parkinson (harmonica).Recorded at Panda Sound, Robin Hood's Bay, North Yorkshire, England. Includes liner notes by Martin Carthy.Given the late '90s success of Waterson:Carthy and Martin Carthy's seemingly endless schedule of live appearances, it is surprising that Carthy had time to enter the studio at Robin Hood's Bay to lay down an album of his own. But we are glad that he made the effort, because SIGNS OF LIFE is a thoroughly satisfying collection of some of his favorite songs. On the traditional front, he revisits "The Deserter" to restore a superior last verse unavailable to him when he first recorded the song in 1961.Perhaps the best traditional arrangement here is "Sir Patrick Spens," one of four tracks on which daughter Eliza plays fiddle. She is also on the Bee Gees' "New York Mine Disaster, 1941" an inspired selection which works perfectly here. Other popular songs covered include "Heartbreak Hotel" and Hoagy Carmichael's "Hong Kong Blues," with Chris Parkinson on harmonica.
Arguably the 800-pound gorilla of country prior to the arrival of Garth Brooks and Travis Tritt in the early '90s, Alabama blends Southern rock and radio-friendly pop with traditional country and bluegrass. The group's sophomore release FEELS SO RIGHT is typical of the period in country music when smooth, slick production was beginning to take hold.A streamlined, pop inflected album, FEELS SO RIGHT is full of hook laden, lyrically unswerving songs about love and heartache. This is Alabama at its best.
Full title: Songs In The Key Of X: Music From & Inspired By "The X-Files".Compilation producers: David Was, Chris Carter.Includes liner notes by David Was and Chris Carter.Rob Zombie & Alice Cooper's "Hands Of Death (Burn Baby Burn)" was nominated for a 1997 Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance.Based around one of the more unique TV series' of the '90s, SONGS IN THE KEY OF X features new material by Soul Coughing, Sheryl Crow and Foo Fighters, among others. All but two songs were written specifically for this album, and most have either been heard on "The X-Files" or will be on future episodes. Each track approaches an interpretation of the peculiar X-Files style and spirit from a different angle, resulting in a quirky but sturdy record that manages to capture the eclecticism and oddness of the show. Of particular interest are a collaboration between R.E.M. and William S. Burroughs, which features the legendary author of "Naked Lunch" orating the lyrics to "Star Me Kitten" in his trademark cranky mutter, and the first-ever teaming of Elvis Costello and Brian Eno on a seven-minute saga of a song, "My Dark Life." Although fans of "The X-Files" will feel obligated to hear SONGS IN THE KEY OF X, the album stands alone as a cohesive, musically skillful piece of collaborative work.
Rancid: Lars Frederiksen, Tim Armstrong (vocals, guitar); Matt Freeman (bass, background vocals); Brett Reed (drums).Additional personnel: Paul Jackson (Hammond organ); Bashiri Johnson (percussion); DJ Disk (scratches).There's a saying that there can never be too much of a good thing, and Rancid could've coined the phrase. Their irresistible old-school punk and their ska-in-the-garage guitar sound are sure to please anyone who thought the Clash were the best that '70s punk had to offer.Yet, considering their loyalty to the original punk aesthetic, Rancid sound surprisingly fresh. ...AND OUT COME THE WOLVES proves the band knows their fans and can still live by their causes. They're self-proclaimed "Roots Radicals," but this is a '90s band. "Lock, Stop, And Gone" is crammed with details of modern L.A., where there's "a fire on the corner and it's never gonna stop" and where "the killer in the neighborhood never got caught." There's also bewilderment at the fact that the punk that was sure to keep them on the fringes is a high-profile career now--"too much attention unavoidably destroyed us," they claim on "Journey To The End Of East Bay."Throughout ...AND OUT COME THE WOLVES, Rancid keep their edge. They won't succumb to rehashing punk, instead giving it new life through their uncompromising songs. With so many '90s new-jack punks on the scene, Rancid are the real thing--not a band jumping on a bandwagon, or one that waited around for a style to be hip again, but true originals.
Original score composed by Ruben Blades.Serving as the musical background for this tale of a drug dealer from the South Bronx trying to go legit before getting double-crossed by an investment banker, EMPIRE is a melange of musical styles that leans heavily on elements of hip-hop, R&B, and Latin music. Although cast members Fat Joe and Naughty By Nature's Treach don't contribute any music, there's more than enough hard-core rap to go around. Representing the thuggish elements of this film are the gruff-voiced DMX ("Fame") and Mobb Deep, who crib the Liquid Liquid bass riff best known for its use in a Grandmaster Flash classic and turn it into a semi-sequel to the landmark rap song, called "Beyond White Lines." Lending a softer edge are female vocal trio 702 (the string-laden "I Still Love You"), new-jill vocalist Rachel (a soulful "Best Thing"), and India.Arie (the flamenco-kissed "Slow Down"). Otherwise, Latin artists run the table, whether its Puerto Rican crooner Luis Fonsi warbling a bilingual "Amante," Cuban '90s pop sensation Jon Secada delivering a soaring "My Life (Through The Spirit In Your Eyes"), or salsa queen La India serving up English and Spanish versions of the theme "Welcome To My Empire."
90s Songs / Various
The Halloween Collection (DVD)
Song of the Sea (DVD)
Halloween: The Complete Collection (Blu-ray)
The Song (DVD)
Halloween II / Halloween III: Season Of The Witch (DVD)
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