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  1. +1

    +1 (2008)


    +1 is the fourth album by Japanese pop singer Kaela Kimura, released on April 2, 2008.

  2. 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1

    10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 (1905)


    10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 is the fourth album by Midnight Oil that was released on vinyl in 1982 under the Columbia Records label. The name is often shortened to "ten-to-one" or "ten-nine-eight" by fans. It peaked at No. 3 on the Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart and remained on the chart for 171 weeks. The album's closing track "Somebody's Trying to Tell Me Something" contains a note held by the group for what seems like an eternity, which would continue into the album's runout groove, and emulated on the CD version for just over 40 seconds. This is an approximation of a locked groove, a gimmick used a number of times on vinyl albums (such as Diamond Dogs and Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band) where the ending sound would continue into the runout groove, with which the sound would continue on until the turntable arm was lifted off, or the automatic return on some turntables would kick in. In October 2010, the album was listed in the top 30 in the book, 100 Best Australian Albums with 1987's Diesel and Dust at No. 1.

  3. 1100 Bel Air Place

    1100 Bel Air Place (1984)


    1100 Bel Air Place is a 1984 album of love songs performed by Julio Iglesias, and released by Columbia Records. It was the first of Iglesias' albums to be sung largely in English, and it is generally considered his breakthrough album in English speaking markets.

  4. 12 Songs

    12 Songs (2014)


    12 Songs is the twenty-sixth studio album by Neil Diamond, released in 2005. It was his first album of all-original, all-new material since 2001's Three Chord Opera. It was produced by Rick Rubin and is often erroneously cited as the first Diamond album since the Bang Records era to feature the artist playing acoustic guitar; in truth he played guitar on his Uni/MCA output and his Columbia output, possibly uncredited on most, if not all, albums.

  5. 1234

    1234 (1981)


    1234 is Ronnie Wood's fourth solo album; it spent five weeks on the Billboard 200 and peaked at number 164.

  6. 16 9

    16 9 (2004)


    16/9 is the 2004 studio album by the French R&B singer Nâdiya. The album and singles off it were a huge success and very popular in France and Switzerland. The album remained for over 90 weeks on the French album chart, which is a remarkable achievement for an album. The album peaked at number six in its thirty-third week. After a year and seven months, the album was certified platinum by SNEP, the French certificator, which means it has sold over 300,000 copies in France, as the official sites notes that over 500,000 copies were sold of the album. The possibility of this being true is very large, as SNEP doesn't certify 500,000 copies to a name, only certifying 600,000 copies to 2x platinum. Worldwide, the album has sold over 750,000 copies. It won the Victoires de la musique award for best rap/hip-hop/R&B album of the year.

  7. 18 Months

    18 Months (2012)


    18 Months is the third studio album by Scottish DJ and record producer Calvin Harris. It was released on 26 October 2012 by Columbia Records. The album includes the singles "Bounce", "Feel So Close", "Let's Go", "We'll Be Coming Back", "Sweet Nothing", "Drinking from the Bottle", "I Need Your Love" and "Thinking About You". All eight of the aforementioned singles, along with "We Found Love" (featuring Rihanna), reached the top ten of the UK Singles Chart, making 18 Months the first album in history to have nine top ten singles.

  8. 1958 Miles

    1958 Miles (2007)


    1958 Miles is a Japanese compilation album by American jazz musician Miles Davis, released in 1974 on CBS/Sony. Recording sessions for the album took place on May 26, 1958 at Columbia's 30th Street Studio and September 9, 1958 at the Plaza Hotel in New York City. 1958 Miles consists of three songs featured on side two of the LP album Jazz Track, which was released earlier in 1958, and three recordings from Davis' live performance at the Plaza Hotel with his ensemble sextet. The recording date at 30th Street Studio served as the first documented session to feature pianist Bill Evans performing in Davis' group.

  9. 1965

    1965 (1998)


    1965 is the sixth studio album by American alternative rock band The Afghan Whigs, released October 27, 1998, on Columbia Records. It was recorded primarily at Daniel Lanois' Kingsway Studios in New Orleans, with other recording locations at Ocean Way and Larrabee North in Los Angeles, The American Sector in New Orleans, and London Bridge in Seattle. The album was produced entirely by lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Greg Dulli, who also wrote most of the songs. The cover photograph shows astronaut Ed White on the first American space walk as part of the Gemini 4 flight.

  10. 20

    20 (1988)


    20 is an album Harry Connick, Jr. recorded in his 20th year. It is his second album from Columbia records, but his first album with vocal (on 6 of 11 tracks), from the label. As with his previous album, he dedicated it "to the memory of my loving mother, Anita Connick."

  11. 21

    21 (1905)


    21 is the second studio album by English recording artist Adele. Released on 24 January 2011 in most of Europe, and on 22 February 2011 in North America, it was named after the age of the singer during its production. The album shares the folk and Motown soul influences of her 2008 debut album 19, but was further inspired by the American country and Southern blues music to which she had been exposed during her 2008–2009 North American tour An Evening with Adele. Composed in the aftermath of the singer's separation from her partner, the album typifies the near dormant tradition of the confessional singer-songwriter in its exploration of heartbreak, self-examination, and forgiveness.

  12. 23rd St. Lullaby

    23rd St. Lullaby

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    23rd Street Lullaby is the second full-length album by singer-songwriter Patti Scialfa. Released in 2004, a full 11 years after her debut, Rumble Doll, it finds her writing all the songs by herself, as well as co-producing the disc with Steve Jordan.

  13. 24/Seven

    24/Seven (2013)


    24/Seven is the third studio album released by American boy band Big Time Rush, released on June 11, 2013 by Columbia Records before the group's indefinite hiatus. The album is a more uptempo and traditional pop sound from the band but still incorporates similar melodies to their previous sound. The band worked with producers Matt Squire and Damon Sharpe, as they had done in the past, in an effort to mature their sound yet not stray away from their well-known qualities. The four members co-wrote twelve songs (including five deluxe edition bonus tracks) with several hired songwriters. The album was preceded by the release of the promotional singles "Like Nobody's Around" and "Confetti Falling".

  14. 25

    25 (1992)


    25 is an album by Harry Connick, Jr., released on November 24, 1992 (see 1992 in music). A collection of jazz and pop standards performed on solo piano. The title is referring to his age at the time he recorded it.

  15. 2nd Wave

    2nd Wave (1988)


    2nd Wave is the second full-length studio release from popular late-eighties soul trio Surface. The album was self-produced and released in 1988 on Columbia Records.

  16. 3 Deep

    3 Deep (1990)


    3 Deep is the third studio release from the popular late-eighties soul trio Surface. The first single from this project "The First Time" spawned the same results as their second album 2nd Wave and claimed the top spot on the pop charts for two straight weeks. The second single, "All I Want Is You," teams Bernard Jackson with songstress Regina Belle. This single peaked at number eight. The album was released by Columbia Records in 1990 year.

  17. 30

    30 (2001)


    30 is an album by American artist Harry Connick, Jr.. The album was recorded in 1998, when Connick was 30 years old, but it was not released until 4 years later, on the same date as his album Songs I Heard. The album includes both vocal and instrumental tracks.

  18. 4

    4 (2011)


    4 is the fourth studio album by American recording artist Beyoncé, released on June 24, 2011 by Parkwood Entertainment and Columbia Records. Following a career hiatus that reignited her creativity, Beyoncé was inspired to create a record with a basis in traditional rhythm and blues that stood apart from contemporary popular music. Her collaborations with songwriters and record producers Terius "The-Dream" Nash, Christopher "Tricky" Stewart and Shea Taylor produced a mellower tone, developing diverse vocal styles and influences from funk, hip hop and soul.

  19. 4 Compositions for Sextet

    4 Compositions for Sextet (2000)


    4 Compositions for Sextet is an album by English free-jazz drummer Tony Oxley, which was recorded in 1970 and released on CBS. The album, the second of a trilogy that Oxley recorded for major labels, features the same band with whom he recorded the previous, The Baptised Traveller, expanded to a sextet with the addition of trombonist Paul Rutherford.

  20. 52nd Street

    52nd Street (1905)


    52nd Street is the sixth studio album by American singer-songwriter Billy Joel, released on October 13, 1978. It was the first of four Joel albums to top the Billboard charts and earned him two Grammys (for a total of four).

  21. 7 Vies

    7 Vies (2008)


    7 vies is a French language studio album by Australian singer and songwriter Tina Arena, released on 28 January 2008 on Columbia Records in France. The title translates into English as "7 Lives" and the first single from the album "Entends-tu le monde?" was released digitally on 15 November 2007 and physically on 11 February 2008. Track 12 is a duet between Arena and Jean-François Bernardini from Corsican folk music group I Muvrini and track 7, "Ta Vie", is a French-language version of "Until" which appeared on her previous English album Songs of Love & Loss.

  22. A Believer Sings The Truth

    A Believer Sings The Truth (1979)


    A Believer Sings the Truth is a gospel double album and 63rd overall album by American country singer Johnny Cash. Though eventually released by Columbia records, Cash had trouble convincing the label to release the album, and initially released it on his own on the Cachet label and as a radio special with added narration.

  23. A Bridge I Didn't Burn

    A Bridge I Didn't Burn (1993)


    A Bridge I Didn't Burn is the sixth studio (eighth overall) album by Country music artist Ricky Van Shelton. The tracks "A Couple of Good Years Left" and "Where Was I" were released as singles. The first failed to reach the top 40 while the latter peaked at number 20 on the charts.

  24. A Constipated Monkey

    A Constipated Monkey


    A Constipated Monkey is the debut album by rapper, Kurious. It was released on January 18, 1994 through Columbia Records and featured productions from Pete Nice, Daddy Rich, Bobbito García and Dan Kealy. The album peaked at #68 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and #31 on the Top Heatseekers and had one charting single "I'm Kurious", which peaked at #38 on the Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales.

  25. A Drum Is a Woman

    A Drum Is a Woman


    A Drum Is a Woman is a musical allegory by American pianist, composer and bandleader Duke Ellington, with many songs also written by Billy Strayhorn. It tells the story of Madam Zajj, the personification of African rhythm, and Carribee Joe, who has his roots firmly in the jungle with his drums. Zajj travels out into the world seeking fame and sophistication and melds with the influences of cultures she weaves through the story, which gives a brief history of the rise of Jazz and Bebop.

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