Various - This Is Radio Cookie Scene 09/2001 mp3 album
Now That's What I Call Music! 6 was released on April 3, 2001. It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, selling 525,000 units in its first week of release. It is the second number-one album in the series, following Now 4, and has been certified 3 Platinum by the RIAA. The album features three Billboard Hot 100 number-one hits: "Independent Women Part I", "It Wasn't Me" by and "With Arms Wide Open".
This Is Radio Clash" is a song by the English punk rock band the Clash. The 1981 single was issued in 7-inch format and also in 12-inch format and cassette tape with additional tracks. The first public performance of the song was on Tom Snyder's Tomorrow show on 5 June 1981. The song is not featured on any of the Clash's original studio albums, but is included in their compilations: The Singles (1991), The Story of the Clash, Volume 1, Sound System, Singles Box, The Singles (2007) and Clash on Broadway.
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Late Night Radio - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. Вышел 26 октября 2001г. В альбом вошло 15 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 58:22.
After establishing themselves as the proprietors of electronic neo-psychedelia with their Three EPs and self-titled studio album in 1999, the Beta Band came back in 2001 with an album that incorporated their rich, textured sounds and dense song structures into an elaborate yet intensely focused sophomore album. There were plenty of reasons to hate the Strokes, but from the first notes of Is This It, it's clearly the kind of album you could imagine one day being regarded as a classic. Despite the conceits, it's hard to find fault with anything on the album. The arrangements are tight and lean, packed with hooks and peppered with attitude, the Strokes spit out proto-punk tunes like pre-fab homes. Twenty years from now, I'm betting 2001 will be remembered as the year the Strokes broke onto the scene. And if that pisses you off, chances are you're just jealous.
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|1||–Dakota Suite||Your Vigour For Life Appals Me (Part 1)|
|2||–Death Cab For Cutie||A Movie Script Ending|
|3||–Clinic||The Return Of Evil Bill|
|4||–Daniel Johnston||Funeral Girl|
|5||–Sister Vanilla||Pastel Blue|
|6||–The Bill Wells Octet||Wiltz|
|7||–Gorky's Zygotic Mynci||How I Long|
|8||–Jim O'Rourke||Therefore I Am|
|9||–Lightning Bolt||13 Monsters|
|10||–Cornelius||Preview Of Point|
|11||–Rebecca Gates||Lure And Cast|
|12||–Otto Von Schirach||Mr. Egyptian Hologram|
|13||–Hood||They Removed All Trace That Anything Had Ever Happened Here|
|14||–Techno Animal||We Can Build You|
|15||–Chris Lee||Slow As The Sun|
|16||–The Chamber Strings||Sleepy Night (Early Version)|
|17||–The Moore Brothers||The Outsiders|
|18||–The American Analog Set||The Kindness Of Strangers|
|20||–Fluid Ounces||Nobody Loves You (Like You Do) (Demo)|
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