2000 albums

Here are the albums of 2000. The good, the bad, the rock, the roll, the classical and the heavy. It's all about the music and the albums, and it's all about what was around in 2000.
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  1. 2000 Christmas albums

    2000 Christmas albums

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  2. 2000 compilation albums

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  3. 2000 EPs

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  4. 2000 live albums

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  5. 2000 remix albums

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  6. 2000 soundtracks

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  7. 2000 video albums

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  1. 01

    01 (1905)


    01 is the second album by Son of Dave.

  2. 10 Easy Pieces for Piano

    10 Easy Pieces for Piano


    10 Easy Pieces for Piano is a piano solo album performed by Leszek Mo?d?er. The 10 pieces are composed by Zbigniew Preisner.

  3. 100 Broken Windows

    100 Broken Windows


    100 Broken Windows is the second full-length studio album by Scottish band Idlewild, released on 9 May 2000. The album showcased a significantly mellower, less distorted sound for Idlewild, with the songs being of a slower tempo than those on the punk influenced Hope Is Important. In 2008, vocalist Roddy Woomble stated that the album "seems to be the record many people make a connection with."

  4. 1000 Hurts

    1000 Hurts (2000)


    1000 Hurts is the third full-length album by Shellac, released July 31, 2000 (see 2000 in music). It is Shellac Record #11. In its official promotional materials Shellac jokingly described this album as follows: "There are no 12-minute songs on this one. This record is more mean-spirited. Todd sings."

  5. 12 O'Clock on the Dot

    12 O'Clock on the Dot (2000)

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    12 O'clock on the Dot is the twelfth studio album by King Creosote, released in 2000.

  6. 13 Ways To Bleed On Stage

    13 Ways To Bleed On Stage


    13 Ways to Bleed on Stage is the second studio album by American post-grunge band Cold, released in 2000. With four popular singles, it gained substantial commercial success, achieving gold status, and landed Cold in the mainstream rock scene.

  7. 2



    2 is the tenth overall and fifth North American studio album by the a cappella group Rockapella. As the name suggests, it was the group's second CD released through a record company in the United States. It was recorded during the fall of 1999 and released in the spring of 2000. In 2004, the album was then re-released on Shakariki Records with two new remixes of "This Isn't Love," which replace the Folgers Coffee commercial tracks "Rockin' Morning" and "Holidy Wake-Up."

  8. 2000 B.C.

    2000 B.C. (2004)


    2000 B.C. (Before Can-I-Bus) is the second studio album by rapper Canibus, released on July 18, 2000 through Universal Records.

  9. 21os Akatallilos

    21os Akatallilos


    21os Akatallilos (Greek: 21ος Ακατάλληλος) (English: 21 X-Rated) is the eighth studio album by Greek pop sensation Sakis Rouvas and his second produced by Vangelis Yannopoulos, for Minos Emi. The album was released on April 9, 2000 in Greece and Cyprus, and debut at number one on the charts. As opposite to his former release Kati apo mena, there is no composition or any contribution by George Theofanous. Main composer was Stratos Diamandis and these songs were his first ever released. A tough bet taken by Sakis' producer, Vangelis Yannopoulos. Other remarkable contributions were the ones of two cult Greek bands Maskes and Ammos, plus the lyrics written by Greek actor star, Lakis Lazopoulos, and Greek lyricist Aris Davarakis. This album was Rouvas' fastest selling album ever since the beginning of his career. The dramatic instrumental introduction part of "Andexa" featured, for many years, as the musical motto of all his live appearances. On track 6 "Stin mama sou", backing vocals are provided by his then manager Elias Psinakis and his then producer Vangelis Yannopoulos, by composer Stratos Diamandis and by other fellows who happened to be present at that moment in the studio premisces... and were invited within the vocal booth.

  10. 24-7-365



    24-7-365 is the eighth studio album by American country music artist Neal McCoy. It is also his only album for Giant Records following the closure of his previous label, Atlantic Records. Singles from this album include "Forever Works for Me", "Beatin' It In" and "Every Man for Himself", which all charted on the Hot Country Songs charts in 2000.

  11. 24 Hour Roadside Resistance

    24 Hour Roadside Resistance (2000)


    24 Hour Roadside Resistance is an album by the political-ska punk band Against All Authority; first released in 2000.

  12. 2gether



    2gether is the debut album by 2gether, released in 2000. It includes the singles, "U + Me = Us (Calculus)", "Say It (Don't Spray It)", and "Before We Say Goodbye". It also contains "2Gether", which later became the theme song for the band's TV show.

  13. 2gether: Again

    2gether: Again (2000)


    2gether: Again is the second and final album by boy band 2gether, released in 2000. The album includes the single "Awesum Luvr", and the hit single "The Hardest Part of Breaking Up (Is Getting Back Your Stuff)", which came in after two weeks on SoundScan singles charts at #14, five slots ahead of the champions at the time, 'N Sync. As with the songs on the first album being used during the movie, the TV series featured songs from the second album, such as when Mickey Parke must get anger management and writes "Regular Guy" during his "calm" phase.

  14. 3

    3 (2008)

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    3 is an album by Pole. It was released by Matador in 2000.

  15. 3001

    3001 (1905)


    3001 is the 29th album by Brazilian rock singer Rita Lee. Released in 2000, it featured a song written by Rita Lee in partnership with Tom Zé also named 3001.

  16. 39



    39 (サンキュ Sankyu) is the first studio album by Mikuni Shimokawa. The album was released on March 1, 2000.

  17. 3LW

    3LW (2000)


    3LW is the debut album by 3LW. It was released through Epic Records in 2000. The album contains their hit singles "No More (Baby Ima Do Right)" and "Playas Gon' Play". The album peaked at #29 on the Billboard 200 and was certified Platinum. In an interview, Adrienne Bailon stated that the third single off the album would be, "Is You Feelin' Me", but the song was never released and it is assumed that it was canceled so 3LW could begin work on their next album.

  18. 3rd: Love Paradise

    3rd: Love Paradise (2000)

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    3rd: Love Paradise (3rd -Loveパラダイス-) is the third album from the J-pop girl idol group Morning Musume, released on March 23, 2000. This was the group's most successful album (with the exception of the "best of" albums) selling 863,300 copies and stayed at the Top 30 in the Oricon charts for 7 weeks. It had two of Morning Musume's top selling singles "Love Machine" and "Koi no Dance Site".

  19. 3rd Ward Stepper

    3rd Ward Stepper


    3rd Ward Stepper is the third album released by rapper, Skull Duggery. It was released on June 6, 2000, through independent label Crash Records and featured production from his former No Limit Records' labelmates, KLC and Fiend.

  20. 4 Elements

    4 Elements (2000)


    4 Elements is the second album by the American alternative rock band Chronic Future. It was released on September 22, 2000. The album received poor ratings in general, though certain songs were praised, including "Jump to Jive" and "The Majik". 4 Elements had a far more mature sound than Chronic Future, as the band members were older, though the less-mature sound of Chronic Future proved more popular.

  21. 4 x 4

    4 x 4 (2000)


    4 x 4 is an album by American composer, bandleader and keyboardist Carla Bley with a chamber ensemble recorded in Oslo in 1999 and released on the Watt/ECM label in 2000.

  22. 444

    444 (2000)

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    444 is the fifth album released by Canadian country music singer Charlie Major. It produced the singles "Right Here, Right Now", "One True Love", and "Side by Side".

  23. 5th Dog Let Loose

    5th Dog Let Loose (2000)


    5th Dog Let Loose is an album by rapper Flesh-n-Bone from the rap group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony. The album was released on October 10, 2000 on Mo Thugs Records and Koch Entertainment. Word of the album originally surfaced in 1998 with a different title "Book of T.H.U.G.S." But due to Flesh-N-Bone's incarceration the album wasn't released until three years later with a new name and a new label. Also due to Flesh's incarceration the album was left unfinished. Despite all difficulties, 5th Dog Let Loose is considered by fans and some critics as his crowning achievement. It is also his lowest charting.

  24. 6:16 The Genesis

    6:16 The Genesis


    6:16 The Genesis is rapper Gemini's first studio album.

  25. 613: Ashy To Classy

    613: Ashy To Classy (2000)


    613: Ashy to Classy is the debut studio album from the hip hop duo Field Mob, released under the now defunct MCA Records label, and currently distributed by Geffen Records. This album was first distributed on December 12, 2000. It was the first southern rap release from a New York based label and opened to much praise within the hip hop media. Hailed as the best album of 2001 by the likes of The Source and Murder Dog, it was a victim of lackluster promotion by its label, only spawning one single, Project Dreamz, and finishing #194 on the US Billboard 200 and #35 on the US Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums charts.

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