1999 compilation albums

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  1. 1989-1999

    1989-1999 (2007)


    1989–1999 is a compilation album released by Life of Agony in 1999 through Roadrunner Records (see 1999 in music). It contains nine songs from the demos the band released, some bonus tracks of previous releases as well as a few extra tracks. The chorus for "Dancing with the Devil"(Demo) was eventually kept to be used for the chorus in "Other side of the River" from 'Ugly'. Tracks 10 and 11 were bonus tracks of the 'Ugly' album and tracks 12 and 13 of the 'Soul Searching Sun' album. The S.O.D. cover songs were originally recorded for a tribute album, which was never released. These cover songs are sung by guitarist Joey Z.

  2. 1999 Remixes

    1999 Remixes (1999)


    1999 Remixes is the third compilation album released by British acid jazz band Jamiroquai. Released on September 20, 1999, the album features a selection of remixes based on tracks included on the group's fourth studio album, Synkronized. The album was available as a package of four 12" records.

  3. 3 Vulgar Videos From Hell

    3 Vulgar Videos From Hell (1999)


    3 Vulgar Videos from Hell is a DVD released in 1999, and re-released in 2006 by the heavy metal band Pantera. This DVD combines all three of the band's previous home videos (Cowboys from Hell: The Videos, Vulgar Video and 3 Watch It Go) and features music videos, live performances, appearances, interviews and footage of the band on tour and in the studio from mid 1989 to early 1997.

  4. Afterglow

    Afterglow (2000)


    Afterglow is a Crowded House compilation album, released in 1999. It includes a selection of rarities and outtakes. The tracks were recorded between 1985 and 1994. Seven of the songs were originally recorded for the Woodface album before Tim Finn became involved. The song "Left Hand" appears on Crowded House's live album Special Edition Live Album.

  5. Anthology

    Anthology (1999)


    Anthology is Oingo Boingo's third compilation album. This two-disc career retrospective is the first Oingo Boingo release to contain material from the band's work with I.R.S. Records, A&M Records, MCA Records, and Giant Records.

  6. Araba

    Araba (2008)


    Araba is the first internationally released album released in 1999 of the Turkish pop singer Mustafa Sandal.

  7. At War With Society

    At War With Society


    At War With Society is an internationally distributed compilation album mostly of artists that are on New Red Archives records. It was originally released in 1998 as a 33 song CD, but was then subsequently also released on CD with one less number of tracks. The album was compiled by New Red Archives. As of May 1999, it had reached sales of 77,000+ copies. The second version of the album (on New Red Archives/PHD) was issued with an alternate cover. The second version was compiled and released in 1999.

  8. BBC Sessions

    BBC Sessions (2009)


    BBC Sessions is an album of BBC studio recordings by the band Cocteau Twins released in 1999 by Bella Union as BELLACD14. The album spans the bands career from the early 80s through the 90s. Much of the first disk is taken from a series of early 80s John Peel sessions, The second disk contains several tracks recorded during the group's performance on Saturday Live. The compilation peaked at #87 on the UK Albums Chart.

  9. BBC Sessions

    BBC Sessions (1999)


    BBC Sessions is a blues-orientated rock album by Rory Gallagher, released in 1999. The album was compiled from live recordings made at the BBC by Gallagher's brother Donal, and released posthumously.

  10. Beautiful Girls

    Beautiful Girls (1996)


  11. Blazing The Crop

    Blazing The Crop (2000)


    Blazing the Crop was the first DJ mix album, mixed by Rae & Christian. It was released by Mixmag Live in association with their publishing company DMC Publishing in 1999 in the UK. An unmixed vinyl version was also released.

  12. Blues

    Blues (1999)


    Blues is a Blues Rock compilation album by Eric Clapton released in 1999. The release features songs from Clapton's 1970s RSO albums, as well as some unreleased material from the same era. The second disc features live recordings.

  13. Clinic


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    Clinic is a compilation album of the first three EPs by Clinic.

  14. Decks, EFX & 909

    Decks, EFX & 909


    Decks, EFX & 909 is an influential Detroit techno compilation album mixed by Richie Hawtin. The album is also known to as "DE9", the header for used for all his subsequent releases, such as DE9: Transitions.

  15. Diggin' On Blue

    Diggin' On Blue (1999)


    Diggin' On Blue is a compilation record by Pete Rock, featuring various artists such as Ronnie Foster, Stanley Turrentine, Lee Morgan, Jack McDuff, Herbie Hancock and many more all mixed together by Pete Rock.

  16. Dreamscapes

    Dreamscapes (1999)


    Dreamscapes is a limited edition eight-CD set of rare Alphaville recordings, released in 1999. It features 124 tracks with a total playing time of around 9.5 hours. 43 of the songs had never been available before, and all of the remainder had been remixed.

  17. Every Best Single + 3

    Every Best Single + 3 (1999)


    Every Best Singles +3 is the first best of album of the Japanese pop group Every Little Thing, released on March 31, 1999. It is the first album of songs from the best selling singles from the band with 2,556,314 copies sold.

  18. Global Underground 010: Athens

    Global Underground 010: Athens


    Global Underground 010: Danny Tenaglia, Athens is a DJ mix album in the Global Underground series, compiled and mixed by Danny Tenaglia. The mix is a retrospective look at a set in Athens, Greece.

  19. Going For Gold

    Going For Gold (2007)


    Going For Gold is a singles compilation album by the British rock band, Shed Seven, released in May 1999 via Polydor Records. The album features sleevenotes written by Mark Sutherland, the former editor of Melody Maker, who refers to the LP as the band's "Best Of Album", whereas the album artwork itself carries the sub-title The Greatest Hits.

  20. Greatest Hits

    Greatest Hits (1905)


    New Kids on the Block - Greatest Hits is the second greatest hits album by New Kids on the Block, and their seventh altogether. It was originally released on February 16, 1999 with hits from previous albums. On August 12, 2008, a new edition of Greatest Hits was released. This was the fourth hits album from the band featuring a new track list (eighteen in total).

  21. Greatest Hits Remixed

    Greatest Hits Remixed (1999)


    Greatest Hits Remixed is a remix/compilation album of New Wave band A Flock of Seagulls by various artists, released in 1999.

  22. Holy Roller

    Holy Roller (1999)


    Holy Roller is a retrospective compilation by The Reverend Horton Heat that was released by Sub Pop in April 1999, shortly after the band left Interscope Records amidst the label mergers of the late 1990s.

  23. ...In Dub

    ...In Dub (2004)


    ...In Dub is a dub remix album by Meat Beat Manifesto. ...In Dub is mostly remixes of RUOK? material with select songs featuring vocals by DJ Collage, however there are some original tracks. The album was issued as both a CD and a DVD which contains minimalistic music videos. Both versions also have separate track listings.

  24. Jack Kerouac Reads On The Road

    Jack Kerouac Reads On The Road (1999)


    Jack Kerouac Reads On the Road is a compilation album by American novelist and poet Jack Kerouac. The centrepiece of the record is a 28-minute recitation by Kerouac from his book On the Road that was recorded on an acetate disc in the 1950s but thought lost for decades, and had only recently been rediscovered at the time of release. Other tracks feature Kerouac singing renditions of Jazz hits from the 1920s, '30s and '40s alongside songs and poems of his own composition.

  25. Jar Of Kingdom

    Jar Of Kingdom (1993)


    Jar of Kingdom is the debut album by Australian progressive metal band, Alchemist. The band recorded the album after receiving a record contract in the mail from Austrian label Lethal Records and was released by that company in October 1993. During the recording of the first track "Abstraction", vocalist Adam Agius damaged his voice, thus resulting in the raw vocal sound on the rest of the album. The name "Jar of Kingdom" was inspired by a comment by television personality and entertainer Graham Kennedy during a comedy skit, in which he described a vial of pig semen as a "jar of kingdom". Jar of Kingdom featured early experiments with synthesisers, acoustic guitars and samples: "Whale" includes the sample of a humpback whale song. All tracks from this album except "Wandering and Wondering" and "Whale" later appeared on the Embryonics compilation.

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