2003 albums

Here are the albums of 2003. 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 2003.
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  1. 2003 Christmas albums

    2003 Christmas albums

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  2. 2003 compilation albums

    2003 compilation albums

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  3. 2003 EPs

    2003 EPs

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  4. 2003 live albums

    2003 live albums

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  5. 2003 remix albums

    2003 remix albums

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  6. 2003 soundtracks

    2003 soundtracks

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  7. 2003 video albums

    2003 video albums

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  9. 2003 debut albums

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  1. 010

    010 (2001)


    010 is the tenth studio album by Japanese band The Mad Capsule Markets. It was released in Japan in 2001 and in the United Kingdom in 2003. The album was much more experimental than the band's previous two albums. It includes a cover of the song "Wardance" by Killing Joke.

  2. 0304

    0304 (2004)


    0304 is the fourth studio album by American recording artist Jewel. It was released on June 3, 2003, through Atlantic Records. Inspired by the sudden success of scoring a number-one hit on the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart with "Serve the Ego"—the final single from her previous album, This Way—in early November 2002, Jewel decided to make a radical departure from her previous folk-oriented musical efforts and recorded a dance album.

  3. 1,2 To The Bass

    1,2 To The Bass (1905)


    1, 2, to the Bass is esteemed bassist and composer Stanley Clarke's 26th solo album. It was released by Sony Music Entertainment Inc. on April 13, 2003. The Track Where Is the Love was nominated for the 2004 Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals. 1, 2, to the Bass has been praised for both showcasing Stanley Clarke's ability on the bass, and for its variety of guest artists.

  4. 1 Fille & 4 Types

    1 Fille & 4 Types (2003)


    1 fille & 4 types (meaning 1 Girl & 4 Guys) is the French-language album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released by Columbia Records on October 13, 2003. It is her first new French studio album since 1998's S'il suffisait d'aimer. 1 fille & 4 types features thirteen songs written and arranged by Jean-Jacques Goldman, Erick Benzi, Jacques Veneruso and Gildas Arzel, and produced by Benzi. The first single from the album, "Tout l'or des hommes" reached top ten in all Francophone countries, including number one in Quebec and number three in France. It was followed by "Et je t'aime encore" and "Contre nature."

  5. 1000 Thoughts of Violence

    1000 Thoughts of Violence (2003)


    1000 Thoughts of Violence is the fourth album by Indonesian extreme metal band Kekal, released in 2003. The central theme of the album is moral decline and the violent nature of humanity. This was the first and only major studio album by the band without the skills of additional guitarist Leo Setiawan.

  6. 100th Window

    100th Window (2006)


    100th Window is the fourth studio album from the Bristol-based trip-hop group Massive Attack. Of the band's original core trio, the album only features Robert Del Naja. Andrew Vowles departed shortly after the release of Mezzanine, and Grant Marshall refused to participate in the making of the record.

  7. 111 Centoundici

    111 Centoundici (1905)


    111 Centoundici is Tiziano Ferro's second album, released in 2003. The album was a tremendous success, the album sold over 250,000 succeeding the previous album Rosso Relativo. The Spanish version 111 Ciento once was also release in the same year, and the album sold over one million copies around the world, which mark Tiziano Ferro as a well-recognized Italian Pop and R&B artist. The album sold well due to the single "Xverso/Perverso" but it was not until the single "Sere nere/Tardes negras" that the album increased in sales much faster, thanks to the song that went #1 in countries like Spain and Mexico.

  8. 12 Memories

    12 Memories (2003)


    12 Memories is the fourth studio album from Scottish alternative rock band Travis. The album was released on 11 October 2003 on Epic Records. In comparison, the album is a much more mature and lyrically darker album, focusing on issues such as the 2003 Iraq invasion, politicians, psychological crisis and domestic abuse.

  9. 13



    13 is the second album from New Jersey heavy metal band Solace.

  10. 13

    13 (2003)


    13 is the third and final studio album by the band Second Coming, and the only one to feature guitarist Eric Snyder.

  11. 14 Shades Of Grey

    14 Shades Of Grey (2003)


    14 Shades of Grey is the fourth studio album by American rock band Staind, released on May 20, 2003. The album continues the developed sound from the band's last album Break the Cycle, though the songs on the album are lighter in tone and have a less aggressive sound.

  12. 19

    19 (2003)


    19 is Alsou's fourth studio album, was released in Russia on January 23, 2003. This album includes songs in Russian and Tatar languages. Alsou wrote one of the songs. The album was very successful in Russia, with the sales of over 800.000 copies (by December 2003). To support this album, Alsou gave live performances during 2003 and 2004 in Russia, Tatarstan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Ukraine, Latvia, Estonia, Israel and in many other countries. The tour was very successful as well.

  13. 1972

    1972 (2003)

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    1972 is the fourth album by indie folk musician Josh Rouse. It was released on Rykodisc in 2003.

  14. 1993-2003: 1st Decade in the Machines

    1993-2003: 1st Decade in the Machines (2003)


    1993–2003: 1st Decade in the Machines is a remix album commissioned by Ulver, issued on April 29, 2003 via Jester Records. The album celebrates Ulver's ten year anniversary and features remixes by Ulver, Alexander Rishaug, Information, The Third Eye Foundation, Upland, Bogdan, Raczynski, Martin Horntveth, Neotropic, A. Wiltzie vs. Stars Of The Lid, Fennesz, Pita, Jazzkammer, V/Vm and Merzbow.

  15. 1st Anniversary

    1st Anniversary (2003)


    1st Anniversary was Japanese J-pop group Melon Kinenbi's first album, containing their first eight singles, all released within their first year of operation. It was released on March 12, 2003. Its highest ranking on the Oricon weekly chart was #11.

  16. 2

    2 (2003)


    2 is the second album by the All Girl Summer Fun Band, released on the K label in 2003.

  17. 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Jackyl

    20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Jackyl (2003)


    20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection - The Best of Jackyl is a compilation album by American heavy-metal band Jackyl. It was released in March 2003 under Geffen Records.

  18. 24/7



    24/7 is the second album by the Mexican Christian rock band, Rojo. The album was produced by the bass guitarist Emmanuel Espinosa. It was released on 2003 and was certified gold in 2004.

  19. 25 Miles to Kissimmee

    25 Miles to Kissimmee


    25 Miles to Kissimmee is the sixth album by German pop band Fool's Garden, released in 2003. It is also the last album featuring all of the original members of the band. The title track is about a girl who attempts to seduce her married passenger while she is driving them 25 miles (40 km) into a city for unspecified reasons.

  20. 26 Miles

    26 Miles


    26 Miles is the second solo album by Sean Watkins. It was released on April 8, 2003.

  21. 26 Years

    26 Years (2006)


    26 Years is the ninth studio album by punk rock band The Lurkers. The CD release of the album by the Street Dogs Record label also come with an additional eight tracks, a single release of 'Go Ahead Harry' from 1999 with companying b-side and 6 tracks recorded live from their performance in Newcastle in 2003. The album contains a few re-recordings of old Lurkers tracks including their notable single 'Mass Media Believer'. The album spawned what could be somewhat of a modern classic for The Lurkers in the shape of 'Go Ahead Harry'. The album art was created by Richard Stone.

  22. 28 Plastic Blue Versions of Endings Without You

    28 Plastic Blue Versions of Endings Without You


    28 Plastic Blue Versions of Endings Without You is the second LP by Boston band Francine. It was released on February 4, 2003, by Q Division Records. The album's subdued and personal tone is a departure from Francine's debut album Forty on a Fall Day. Francine played scattered shows in the northeast after the album's release but did not tour.

  23. 2nd Verse

    2nd Verse


    2nd Verse is the second album by UK garage and urban music collective So Solid Crew, and the follow-up to They Don't Know. It was released on September 29, 2003. It peaked at #70 in the UK Albums Chart, and contains the singles "Broken Silence" and "So Grimey".

  24. 33

    33 (2003)


    33 is the eleventh studio album by Mexican singer-producer Luis Miguel, released by WEA Latina on September 30, 2003. It sold over 4 million of copies worldwide. Though the album did not surface well on the Billboard 200, peaking at #43. The album garnered Luis Miguel one Latin Grammy Nomination for Best Male Pop Vocal Album. It also received a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album.

  25. 34th N Lex

    34th N Lex (2003)

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    34th N Lex is an album by Randy Brecker, released through ESC Records on April 22, 2003. In 2004, the album won Brecker the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Jazz Album.

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