Debut Album

Some articles on albums, debut album, album, debut:

List Of Bands From Bristol - C
... Have issued 6 full length albums and numerous eps and singles ... Records, they have toured the world and released numerous albums and singles ... They garnered Indie Chart Hits for their singles and albums on Bristols' The Subway Organization label, as well as their own Household label ...
Sha Stimuli - Musical Career - Debut Album
... Sha Stimuli released his debut album, My Soul To Keep, on October 27, 2009 with Chambermusik Records / El Distribution ... The album was released to critical success ...
Serkan Çeliköz - Career
... In 1996, Kargo released their debut-album “Yarina Ne Kaldi? (What Is Left For Tomorrow?) The album was an instant success, making Kargo the most ... Kargo released their second album “Sevmek Zor” (Love Is Hard) in 1997 ... Çeliköz had a predominant role in this album as he composed most of the music, played and arranged all of the string instruments and keyboards ...
Slaughterhouse (group) - History - 2009–2010: Debut Album
... Their self-titled debut album was released on August 11, 2009 on E1 Music ... The album was reportedly recorded over a six-day period in early June ... The album features production from Focus, The Alchemist, DJ Khalil, StreetRunner and Mr ...
Little Boots
... Last Call with Carson Daly, Hesketh entered production on her debut album Hands ... With increasing media attention regarding her then-yet-to-be-released debut album, Hesketh topped the BBC Sound of 2009 poll and received a Critics ... With the release of her debut, she was linked to a recent wave of breakthrough female artists in their twenties playing 1980s-influenced music, including Lady Gaga ...

Famous quotes containing the words album and/or debut:

    What a long strange trip it’s been.
    Robert Hunter, U.S. rock lyricist. “Truckin’,” on the Grateful Dead album American Beauty (1971)

    Had I been less resolved to work, I would perhaps had made an effort to begin immediately. But since my resolution was formal and before twenty four hours, in the empty slots of the next day where everything fit so nicely because I was not yet there, it was better not to choose a night at which I was not well-disposed for a debut to which the following days proved, alas, no more propitious.... Unfortunately, the following day was not the exterior and vast day which I had feverishly awaited.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)