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  1. 20/20

    20/20 (2006)


    20/20 is the fourth album from West Coast hip hop group Dilated Peoples. Following the mixed reviews from their 2004 album Neighborhood Watch, the group was able to reclaim some of their past acclaim with 20/20, but not on the level of their first two efforts The Platform and Expansion Team. The album's lead single, "Back Again", was not able to make a strong impact, partly due to MTV refusing to play the video, due to a scene in which Rakaa wears a bulletproof vest. Back Again also appears in the EA Sports videogame "Fight Night Round 3".

  2. 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane

    200 km/h in the Wrong Lane (2012)


    200 km/h in the Wrong Lane is the debut studio album by Russian duo t.A.T.u.. It was released on 10 December 2002. The album was produced by Trevor Horn, Martin Kierszenbaum, Robert Orton and Ivan Shapovalov, who was the main and executive producerand writer. Before the release, it preceded with the lead single "All the Things She Said", which was released in September 2002. The song received massive success outside their native Russia, topping the charts in over ten countries. It also preceded with five other singles, two promotional, while the other three were released officially.

  3. 2011

    2011 (2011)


    2011 is the thirteenth studio album by The Smithereens. It was released on April 5, 2011. The album cover was inspired by the cover for 11, which was in turn inspired by a movie poster for the original, Ocean's Eleven. The album's first single was "Sorry", followed by "One Look At You".

  4. 3 Feet High And Rising

    3 Feet High And Rising (2001)


    3 Feet High and Rising is the debut album from American hip hop trio De La Soul, released in 1989.

  5. 3121

    3121 (2006)


    3121 (pronounced "thirty-one twenty-one") is the twenty-eighth studio album by Prince. The album, released March 21, 2006 in the U.S., is distributed through Universal Records.

  6. A Bigger Bang

    A Bigger Bang (2005)


    A Bigger Bang is the 22nd British and 24th American studio album by The Rolling Stones, released on Virgin Records in September 2005. It is the follow-up to their previous full-length studio album Bridges to Babylon from 1997; that gap of eight years was the longest between studio albums of the band's recording career, although the band has not issued a studio album of new material since. Released as a double album on vinyl and a single CD, it was produced by Don Was and The Glimmer Twins.

  7. A Christmas Cornucopia

    A Christmas Cornucopia (2010)


    A Christmas Cornucopia is the fifth studio album by the Scottish singer-songwriter Annie Lennox, released in November 2010. It was Lennox's first album after signing to the Universal Music Group (Island Records in the UK, Decca in the US and Europe) following her departure from Sony BMG, which had been her label for almost 30 years. It was also her second cover album (after 1995's Medusa) and her first based around holiday music.

  8. A Date With Elvis

    A Date With Elvis (1959)


    A Date with Elvis is the eighth album by Elvis Presley, issued on RCA Victor Records (LPM 2011) in July 1959. It is a selection of previously unreleased material from an August 1956 recording session at 20th Century Fox Stage One, two from Radio Recorders in Hollywood, and multiple sessions at Sun Studio. The album reached #32 on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart. It is currently out of print, but available on iTunes.

  9. A Day At The Races

    A Day At The Races (2011)


    A Day at the Races is the fifth album by British rock group Queen, released in December 1976. It was the band's first completely self-produced album, and the first not to feature producer Roy Thomas Baker. Recorded at Sarm East, The Manor and Wessex Studios in England, A Day at the Races was engineered by Mike Stone. The title of the album followed suit with its predecessor A Night at the Opera, taking its name from the subsequent film by the Marx Brothers.

  10. A Grand Don't Come For Free

    A Grand Don't Come For Free (2004)


    A Grand Don't Come for Free is the second studio album from British garage and hip hop act The Streets. It was released on 18 May 2004 and is listed in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. It is a rap opera which follows the story of its protagonist's relationship with a girl named Simone, alongside the mysterious loss of £1000 from his home (the eponymous "grand").

  11. A Kind Of Magic

    A Kind Of Magic (2012)


    A Kind of Magic is the twelfth album by English rock band Queen, released in 1986. It was their first studio album to be recorded digitally, and is based on the soundtrack to the film Highlander, the first in a series directed by Russell Mulcahy.

  12. A las Mujeres Que Ame

    A las Mujeres Que Ame (2006)


  13. A Pesar de Todo

    A Pesar de Todo (1997)

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    A Pesar de Todo is the fourth album recorded by Puerto Rican salsa singer Víctor Manuelle released on June 3, 1997.

  14. A Place To Land

    A Place To Land (2008)


    A Place to Land is the third studio album by American country music group Little Big Town. Released in 2007 as their second album on the independent Equity Music Group label, it features the single "I'm with the Band", which peaked at number 32 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts in late 2007.

  15. A Reality Tour

    A Reality Tour (2010)


  16. A Soulful Christmas

    A Soulful Christmas (2006)


  17. A Time To Love

    A Time To Love (2005)


    A Time to Love is a 2005 studio album by Stevie Wonder, his first since 1995's Conversation Peace. Originally to have been completed in 2004, it was finally released to stores on October 18, 2005, following an exclusive electronic release on Apple's iTunes Music Store on September 27. It is his 23rd official studio album.

  18. Abominations Of Desolation

    Abominations Of Desolation (2009)


    Abominations of Desolation is the demo album by American death metal band Morbid Angel. While it was originally recorded in May 1986, the band did not release it at the time due to their dissatisfaction with the final product. These recordings would later be released in 1991 at the decision of the band's record label, Earache Records.

  19. Absolute Dissent

    Absolute Dissent (2010)


    Absolute Dissent is the fourteenth studio album by Killing Joke. It represents the first studio album and the second recording —it was preceded by the In Excelsis EP on July 2010— in 28 years from the band's original line-up of Jaz Coleman (vocals), Kevin "Geordie" Walker (guitar), Martin "Youth" Glover (bass), and Paul Ferguson (drums). The album was going to be called Feast of Fools, but they decided to not use that track and they chose Absolute Dissent for the title of the album and of its opening track. The album was released on 27 September 2010 in the United Kingdom and Japan, and on 1 October in Europe on Spinefarm Records, marking the 30th Anniversary for Killing Joke. It was released in the United States in November 2010 and distributed worldwide via Universal Music Group.

  20. Adventures in Jazz

    Adventures in Jazz (1999)


  21. Aladdin Sane

    Aladdin Sane (2013)


    Aladdin Sane is the sixth album by David Bowie, released by RCA Records in 1973. The follow-up to his breakthrough The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, it was the first album he wrote and released as a bona fide rock star. While many critics agree that it contains some of his best material, opinion as to its overall quality has often been divided.

  22. Ali Love

    Ali Love

    British, Musician

  23. Alive

    Alive (1995)


  24. All Summer Long

    All Summer Long (1964)


    All Summer Long is the sixth studio album by The Beach Boys and their second in 1964. It rose to number four in the US during a forty-nine week chart stay, and was certified gold by the RIAA. The album's sessions were recorded in the aftermath of the British Invasion, marking a major turning point in the Beach Boys' career, and in bandleader/primary songwriter Brian Wilson as an artist. For a brief period of time following its release, All Summer Long was to be their final album which reveled in California beach culture.

  25. Already

    Already (2003)


    Already is the fourth album by the British rock band Jesus Jones in 1997. It was the last EMI album. Singles released were "The Next Big Thing" and "Chemical #1".

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