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  1. #1 Record

    #1 Record (2009)


  2. 10 Songs for the New Depression

    10 Songs for the New Depression (2010)


    10 Songs for the New Depression is the twenty-first studio album by American singer-songwriter Loudon Wainwright III, released in July 2010 through Proper Records. Released forty years following his first studio album, 10 Songs is Wainwright's first album since his Grammy Award-winning tribute project High Wide & Handsome: The Charlie Poole Project (2009). The concept album was inspired by the late-2000s global financial crisis and recession, and features Wainwright backed by his own banjo, guitar and ukulele performances.

  3. 10 Years Hence

    10 Years Hence (2008)


    10 Years Hence is a live album by multi-instrumentalist Yusef Lateef recorded in 1974 at Keystone Korner in San Francisco and released on the Atlantic label.

  4. 100% Johnny: Live à la Tour Eiffel

    100% Johnny: Live à la Tour Eiffel (2000)


  5. 100 Miles From Memphis

    100 Miles From Memphis (2010)


    100 Miles from Memphis is the eighth studio album by American singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow. The album was written and produced by Crow, Doyle Bramhall II and Justin Stanley and features the musicians Tommy Sims and Chris Bruce. On this album she puts aside her country and pop-rock past in favor of a vintage Memphis-styled, soul-inspired record. Although proficient on such instruments as bass, piano and guitar, Crow concentrates on singing throughout the album. The album includes the covers; Citizen Cope's "Sideways", Terence Trent D'Arby's 1988 hit, Sign Your Name, and The Jackson 5's "I Want You Back".

  6. 1000 Kilometers

    1000 Kilometers (2007)


  7. 11-17-70

    11-17-70 (1971)


  8. 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.

  9. 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.

  10. 1200 Curfews

    1200 Curfews (1995)


    1200 Curfews is a live album by the Indigo Girls, released in 1995.

  11. 13

    13 (2012)


    13 is the sixth studio album by English alternative rock band Blur, released in late March 1999. Jettisoning the Britpop sound of Blur's early career as well as the lo-fi, indie rock and alternative rock of previous album, Blur (1997), 13 contains elements of experimental, psychedelic and electronic music.

  12. 13th Star

    13th Star (2008)

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    13th Star is an album by Fish. Released as a limited edition via mail-order in September 2007 and to retail in February 2008, it is his ninth solo studio album since he left Marillion in 1988 and the first since Field of Crows (2004). Released on Fish's own imprint Chocolate Frog Record Company, retail distribution is handled by Snapper Music.

  13. 1969: Velvet Underground Live With Lou Reed

    1969: Velvet Underground Live With Lou Reed (2009)


  14. 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.

  15. 2:00 AM Paradise Cafe

    2:00 AM Paradise Cafe (1996)


    2:00 AM Paradise Cafe is the fourteenth album by singer-songwriter Barry Manilow. The album was a radical departure from Manilow's previous work of highly polished pop. Manilow wrote in the liner notes that the record's concept came to him in a dream. Johnny Mercer's widow, Ginger, entrusted Manilow with a cache of Mercer's lyrics that had never been set to music. Although Manilow used only Mercer's "When October Goes" for the project, he created an album of all original songs with a torchy, smokey jazz style. He recruited veteran jazz musicians Bill Mays, Gerry Mulligan, Shelly Manne, Mundell Lowe, and George Duvivier. Also enlisted for vocal duets were Mel Tormé and Sarah Vaughan. The entire album was rehearsed for three days, then recorded entirely live (in one take) without overdubs at Westlake Studio 'C' in Los Angeles, California and released in 1984.

  16. 2 Hot!

    2 Hot! (2006)


  17. 2 Years On

    2 Years On (1970)


    2 Years On was the eighth album released by English rock band Bee Gees and their sixth international release. This LP was released in November 1970. The album reached No. 32 on the US charts, and sold 375,000 copies worldwide. The album saw the return of Robin Gibb to the group after the earlier disagreement and subsequent split following Odessa. 2 Years On was also the first album to feature drummer Geoff Bridgford, who remained a full-time member of the group until 1972. The best-known track is "Lonely Days". Released as the first single by the reunited brothers, it charted high in the US No. 3 in Billboard, No. 1 in rival chart Cashbox, but peaked at No. 33 in the United Kingdom.

  18. 20/20

    20/20 (1969)


  19. 20/20 Vision

    20/20 Vision (1976)


  20. 2000 Years: The Millennium Concert

    2000 Years: The Millennium Concert (2000)


  21. 20ten

    20ten (2010)


    20Ten is the thirty-second studio album by American recording artist Prince. It was released on July 10, 2010, by NPG Records as a free covermount with the Daily Mirror and Daily Record in the UK and Ireland, and Het Nieuwsblad and De Gentenaar in Belgium. It was also released on July 22, 2010, with Rolling Stone magazine in Germany, and Courrier International in France.

  22. 21st Century Live

    21st Century Live


  23. 24 Karat Heartache

    24 Karat Heartache


  24. 26 Miles

    26 Miles (2003)


  25. 29

    29 (2006)


    29 is the eighth studio album by alt-country singer-songwriter Ryan Adams, released on December 19, 2005 on Lost Highway. Produced by Ethan Johns, and recorded prior to the formation of backing band The Cardinals, the album was the last of three released in 2005. Session guitarist JP Bowersock would later go on to join the Cardinals, subsequently recording Cold Roses and Jacksonville City Nights alongside Adams. The album's cover art was drawn by Adams.

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