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  1. 2000s classical album stubs

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  3. 2000s country album stubs

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  1. 01

    01 (1905)


    01 is the second album by Son of Dave.

  2. 02

    02 (1905)


    02 is the third album by Son of Dave. It includes original songs and three covers of blues classics.

  3. 03

    03 (2012)

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    03 is the fourth album by Son of Dave and was released on 7 April 2008. It includes a cover of "Low Rider" by War and a reworking of Muddy Waters' "I Just Wanna Make Love To You" as "I Just Wanna Get High with You".

  4. 1633

    1633 (2004)

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    1633 is an album by the Japanese noise musician Merzbow. It includes a slipmat designed by Kendell Geers entitled The Electronic Revolution. There are four different designs, 25 copies of each.

  5. 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.

  6. 2nd Chance

    2nd Chance (2007)

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    2nd Chance is the third album by Oxide & Neutrino, released on June 11, 2007. The album was delayed and tied up for awhile after their label Sanctuary Records imploded and was absorbed by Universal Music Group. The album is self-released on their newly formed label Kemistree and Fizzicks.

  7. 30 unohtumatonta laulua

    30 unohtumatonta laulua (2006)


    30 unohtumatonta laulua is a second compilation album by a Finnish singer-songwriter Aki Sirkesalo. Released posthumously by Sony Music Entertainment on 23 October 2006, the album peaked at number 31 on the Finnish Albums Chart.

  8. 4

    4 (2006)


    4 is an album by Gerling, produced by Ethan Johns in Hollywood, released in March 2006. It is possibly Gerling's final studio album, as they have gone on an indefinite hiatus to accommodate Burke Reid's record producing career, Paul "Presser" Towner's "Dead Galaxy" art venture as well as Darren's solo folk act as Darren Cross, his dance The E.L.F. his folk duo Jep and Dep and also his music production company Bernstein Studios, in Sydney.

  9. A Beginning, a Detour, an Open Ending

    A Beginning, a Detour, an Open Ending (2009)


    A Beginning, a Detour, an Open Ending is a 2008 album by Tina Dico. It is Dico's fifth studio album comprising a boxset of three EPs (shorter albums with 6–7 songs on each) recorded in March 2007, January 2008 and June 2008.

  10. A Bit O' This & That

    A Bit O' This & That (2007)

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    A Bit o' This & That is a rarities, b-sides, remixes, and covers album by Emilie Autumn that includes music from her early years. It was released on iTunes on April 23, 2007, and on August 17 later that year in a limited edition digipak format, with just 3000 copies being distributed worldwide. It was re-released on February 29, 2008, in a standard digibook format.

  11. A Christmas Celebration: Live from Dublin

    A Christmas Celebration: Live from Dublin (2007)


    Celtic Woman: A Celtic Christmas is an album by the group Celtic Woman, released on November 25, 2011. This album was released exclusively in Germany.

  12. A Greater Song

    A Greater Song (2006)


    A Greater Song is Paul Baloche's sixth studio album, released in 2006.

  13. A Life in the Day of B19: Tales of the Tower Block

    A Life in the Day of B19: Tales of the Tower Block (2006)


    A Life in the Day of B19: Tales of the Tower Block is a 2006 album by Soweto Kinch.

  14. A Morir

    A Morir (2008)


    A Morir is the second studio album by the Chilean singer Américo, released in 2008 by Feria Music. It has sold more than 50.000 copies in Chile.

  15. A Nation of Bears

    A Nation of Bears


    A Nation of Bears is the second full-length CD release from the Daniel Bennett Group. The album was released on April 13, 2007, on the Bennett Alliance label.

  16. A.R.E. Weapons

    A.R.E. Weapons (2003)

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    A.R.E. Weapons is the self-titled debut album by the noise rock band of the same name, released on April 1, 2003 on Rough Trade Records.

  17. Abar Pothe Dekha

    Abar Pothe Dekha

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    Abar Pothe Dekha (2007) is a Bengali song album of Anjan Dutt, Bappa Majumder and Tutul. Anjan Dutt had three songs in this album. The lyrics of this album was written by Zulfiqer Russell. This album was produced by Soundtech music.

  18. Acoustic Roots Live & Direct

    Acoustic Roots Live & Direct (2005)


    Acoustic Roots: Live & Direct is a live album by the band, Slightly Stoopid that was released by Cornerstone RAS in 2004. The album was recorded in 2001, and features Kyle and Miles on guitars and both leading and background vocals. This album was recorded in one take.

  19. Adriana Partimpim

    Adriana Partimpim


    Adriana Partimpim is an album by the Brazilian singer and songwriter Adriana Calcanhotto. Partimpim is a nickname of Calcanhotto in her childhood. This was Calcanhotto's first album for children.

  20. Ahl El Arab Wel Tarab

    Ahl El Arab Wel Tarab


    Ahl El Arab Wel Tarab (Arabic: أهل العرب والطرب‎) is a 2012 studio album by Mohamed Mounir.

  21. Ahmar Shafayef

    Ahmar Shafayef

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    Ahmar Shafayef (Arabic: أحمر شفايف‎) is a 2003 studio album by Mohamed Mounir.

  22. Ahora y Siempre

    Ahora y Siempre (2011)


    Ahora y Siempre (Eng.: Now and Forever) is the title of a studio album released by music group Alacranes Musical. This album became their first number-one set on the Billboard Top Latin Albums, and was released in a standard CD presentation and as a Deluxe Edition CD/DVD combo.

  23. Aisubeki Mirai e

    Aisubeki Mirai e


    Aisubeki Mirai e (愛すべき未来へ, lit. "To the Lovable Future") is the seventh studio album by Japanese group Exile, released by Rhythm Zone on December 2, 2009. It is also their first studio album performed by 14 members.

  24. Akhet

    Akhet (2003)

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    Akhet is a double CD released by Klinik in 2003. The name, which means "horizon" in Egyptian, is taken from Egyptian mythology.

  25. Al-Mu'allim

    Al-Mu'allim (2005)


    Al-Mu'allim ('The Teacher') the debut studio album by British singer-songwriter Sami Yusuf. Yusuf spent many hours in the studio programming, singing, playing the instruments and singing the main tracks as well as the harmonies and some of the backing vocals, and Barron, an experienced sound engineer, spent hundreds of hours recording, mixing, editing and mastering.

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