Title is "Hits Album 9" on the sleeve's spine & on the centerlabels and "Hits 9" on the sleeve front & back. Distribution CBS Records/CBS Disques . Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Kerrang! The Album '09 is a 42-track, two-disc collection of modern hard rock and metal from the . based magazine of the same name. An annual event, the compilation provides listeners with a nice balance of big names (Green Day, Lamb of God, Mastodon, Paramore, and My Chemical Romance) and up-and-coming acts (Bring Me the Horizon, Swound!, Gallows, Medina Lake, and Blakfish), with an emphasis on volume.
We have 2524 radio stations playing Various. Sort: Featured Listeners Bitrate. Radio Vamisa FM. Genres: various. 12 Listeners 128 Kbps. Music That Moves You with Cheryl Baker live on Treehouse Radio. Naturally 7 - Say You Love Me - Wall Of Sound. 10 Listeners 128 Kbps. 9 Listeners 320 Kbps. I never met you, Country Album by Richard Mulligan. Prarthana - by koustav (rock). Free ambient track - Double Vision.
The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
Various garbled male chattering on radio (9). + more info. ADR Radio Various 09. Category: Communications. Tags: army radio, chatter, communications, loudspeaker, military, military radio, Radio, walkie talkie.
Really good album with some interesting covers. The stand out track is James Blunt's cover of Elton John's "I guess that's why they call it the blues" - stripped right back to its bare core. Worth getting the album for this track alone. Other stand out tracks include Passenger's Damien Rice-style take on Dire Straits "Romeo & Juliet", Katie Melua's unsurprisingly sultry take on Black's "Wonderful Life" and a very laid back Will Young's cover of "Teardrops" (Womack & Womack)
Radio is the debut album by American rapper LL Cool J. It was released on November 18, 1985, by Def Jam Recordings and Columbia Records. It was also Def Jam's first full-length album release. The album was recorded during 1984 and 1985 in sessions at Chung King House of Metal in New York City and was produced primarily by Rick Rubin, who provided a sparse, minimal production style. The album also features a sound punctuated by DJ scratching, often brief samples, and emphasis of the downbeat
|2||–Le Dindon, SF, Christophe Chazelas||Junior / Pour Spinoza / Apprendre à Disparaitre|
|5||–Christophe Chazelas, Greg Flüz||Yasuhiro Satch|
|8||–Andrew Sharpley, Raoul Ours||Faites Parler Votre Perroquet|
|9||–SF||Faux Besoin, Vrai Plaisir|
|11||–Arne Vinson||Je Mange Tout|
|13||–Le Dindon||Bird Tweet|
|15||–Christophe Chazelas, Greg Flüz||Potage|
|16||–Jean Popine||Mal ?|
|17||–Tsuneko Tanluchi||Tout à 10 frs|
|18||–Steph Argh & Dave TV||Copie|
|19||–Andrew Sharpley, Raoul Ours||Faites Parler Votre Perroquet|
|20||–Andrew Sharpley, Raoul Ours||Faites Parler Votre Perroquet|
|22||–Andrew Sharpley, Raoul Ours||Faites Parler Votre Perroquet|
|23||–Andrew Sharpley, Raoul Ours||Faites Parler Votre Perroquet|
|24||–O.V.U.L.||Olive Venus Upper Loungerine|
|26||–SF||un mal, des mots|
|29||–Radical Chic||542 evergreen terrasse|
|31||–Arne Vinson||Bravo Robert|
|34||–Andrew Sharpley, Raoul Ours||Faites Parler Votre Perroquet|
|36||–Marie Peyrard||La Plage de Bonnières|
|37||–Arne Vinson, Siryne Zoughlami, Tante Hortense||Feuilleton de la Semaine : Nouvel Episode|
|38||–Andrew Sharpley, Raoul Ours||Faites Parler Votre Perroquet|
|40||–Andrew Sharpley, Raoul Ours||Faites Parler Votre Perroquet|
|43||–SF||la Vie Dure|