Hit Factory

Some articles on hits, hit factory, hit:

A Ton Of Hits: The Very Best Of Stock Aitken Waterman
... A Ton of Hits The Very Best of Stock Aitken Waterman is a compilation album released in the UK in November 1990 bringing together the hits of Stock Aitken Waterman (SAW) in a continuously sequenced mix ... could be seen as an extension of the previous "Best Of SAW" collections The Hit Factory The Best of Stock Aitken Waterman (1987), The Hit Factory Volume 2 (1988) and The Hit Factory Volume 3 (1989) ...
The Hit Factory Volume 3 - See Also
... including US and UK chart positions) The Hit Factory The Best of Stock Aitken Waterman ... The Hit Factory Volume 2 ... by Fanfare Records and PWL Records.) A Ton Of Hits The Very Best of Stock Aitken Waterman ...
Cheiron Studios - 1993-2000: 8 Years of Incredible Joy
... Records label and had floor hits through the Cheiron/Pitch Control AB label ... on his successful debut album Made in Sweden which included the No # 1 hits “Set the World on Fire” and “This is the Way.” The success stimulated the Cheiron crew to progress and the following years would ... They respected its mentor since Ace of Base had hit so big in the US ...
The Hit Factory
... The Hit Factory was a recording studio in New York City famous for its clientele ... It closed on April 1, 2005 however, other Hit Factory studio locations remained open, such as in Miami, Florida ...
The Hit Factory: Pete Waterman's Greatest Hits
... The Hit Factory Pete Waterman's Greatest Hits is a compilation album featuring music produced by Pete Waterman ... Unlike previous releases called The Hit Factory, this album concentrated on Waterman's productions outside his most successful Stock Aitken Waterman era and also included a couple of big hits that ... The album features thirteen UK #1 hits and two further US #1's ...

Famous quotes containing the words factory and/or hit:

    The factory was very fine;
    He wished it all the modern speed.
    Yet, after all, ‘twas not divine,
    That is to say, ‘twas not a church.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    Always assume that a lucky hit will not be repeated.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)