Single Album

Some articles on album, single, single album:

Julian Cope - Biography - Cope As Musician (1976 - Present) - Head Heritage, First Decade: Assorted Solo and Collaborative Work Including Brain Donor (1997-2006)
... It was followed in the same year by the second Queen Elizabeth album,QE2 Elizabeth Vagina, which expanded on its predecessor’s cosmic rock experiments ... Cope’s next full solo album was 1999’s Odin, which consisted of a single 73-minute mantra for voices and electronics (although Thighpaulsandra has claimed credit for some of the work) ... In 2000, Cope released another solo album - An Audience With The Cope ...
George Michael - Musical Career - Solo Career - 2000–2005: Patience
... Michael began working on what would be his fifth studio album, spending two years in the recording studio ... His first single "Freeek!", taken from the new album, was successful in Europe going to number one in Italy, Portugal, Spain and Denmark in 2002 and reaching the top 10 in the UK and the top 5 in Australia ... However, his next single "Shoot the Dog" proved to be highly controversial when released in July 2002 ...
The Wonder Years (Wonder Girls Album) - Singles
... "Irony" was the debut single and the first single from album ... The songs from their debut single that featured Hyuna were left intact with her singing vocals, however, her rap vocals were re-recorded over by Yubin for this album ... "It's Not Love" was the second single to be released from the album on April 27, 2007 ...
Career - 2007-2009: 'Original' Sunny Hill
... debuted on September 20, 2007, with the single album Love Letter, which later won the Excellent Newcomer Album award ... Following the success of their first single album, the group released their second single album, 2008 My Summer ...

Famous quotes containing the words album and/or single:

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

    What is saved in the cinema when it achieves art is a spontaneous continuity with all mankind. It is not an art of the princes or the bourgeoisie. It is popular and vagrant. In the sky of the cinema people learn what they might have been and discover what belongs to them apart from their single lives.
    John Berger (b. 1926)