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Inna Heights is the fifth album by dancehall artist Buju Banton, released in 1997.
The Ultimate Experience is a 1992 compilation album of songs by songwriter and guitarist Jimi Hendrix. It includes 20 tracks, most of them recorded with the Jimi Hendrix Experience, and live renditions of "The Star Spangled Banner" and "Wild Thing".
Mystera is a series of compilation albums produced by the label Polystar in Germany. The Mystera compilations include a variety of genres, including ambient, Celtic, classical, electronica, industrial, new age, and world music. The Mystera albums have been primarily marketed in Europe.
Listen, Learn, Read On is a box set released by the British hard rock band Deep Purple in 2002.
The Bonkers series was one of the leading happy hardcore compilation series in the UK. The first release was in 1996 on record label React, it was available on 2xCD and 2xTC formats. DJs DJ Sharkey and Hixxy were signed by React and the pair released "Bonkers", the first in a series of albums which has become the best-selling hardcore compilation series of all time. The series is on its nineteenth release as of 11 May 2009, with Bonkers: The Original Hardcore.
The following list is a discography of production by Scott Storch, a music producer. It includes a list of songs produced, co-produced and remixed by year, artist, album and title.
The King of Crunk & BME Present: Trillville & Lil Scrappy is a split album between BME artists Trillville and Lil Scrappy released in 2004. The album is certified Gold in the United States by the RIAA. On copies with Trillville on the front cover, the Trillville side appears 1st and on copies with Lil' Scrappy on the cover the Lil' Scrappy side appears 1st.
The Queer as Folk soundtracks are the official musical accompaniment to the North American television series Queer as Folk. Five CDs were released overall, each one covering from the first season, to the final. Each soundtrack featured the more prominent remixes from the show, with some songs not making it onto the soundtracks. The first two soundtracks were released by RCA Victor, while the rest were released by The Silver Label.
This the production discography by R. Kelly. Records that are produced by R. Kelly for himself or him as a featuring artist are not included in this list.
Global Clubbing: The Netherlands is a DJ mix album, mixed by trance producer/DJ Tiësto, released in 1998.
The Best of the Blues is a 2002 two-CD compilation album by Gary Moore. The first disc contains songs from his 1990s blues albums After Hours, Blues Alive, Blues for Greeny and, most prominently, Still Got the Blues. The second disc is entirely live. Both discs feature blues veterans Albert King, B. B. King and Albert Collins as guest artists.
Buju and Friends is a compilation album by dancehall/reggae artist Buju Banton, released in 2004, consisting of duets between Banton and other artists.
The Long Voyage Home is a four-disc boxed set by Joe Cocker, released in 1995.
The Singles is a compilation album by German power metal band Edguy. It features all tracks from the EP's King Of Fools and Superheroes and single Lavatory Love Machine on one disc. The compilation was released on 17 November 2008, the same day as Edguy's eighth studio album, Tinnitus Sanctus.
New York Sessions '67 is a two-disc retrospective album of recordings made by Van Morrison in 1967 for Bang Records that were later released in the 1990s. Other album releases with the same recordings have been called Payin' Dues and The Complete Bang Sessions. The first disc presents material already available on Blowin' Your Mind! and on the previous Bang compilation albums T.B. Sheets and Bang Masters. The second disc contains the notorious "Contractual Obligation" session – thirty-one improvised nonsense songs Morrison recorded in order to fulfill his contract with Bang Records. The song "Thirty Two" takes a swipe at Berns's production style and "Brown Eyed Girl": Morrison sings "we'll get three guitars .. and we'll do the sha, sha-la-la bit." Tracks from this album would be officially released on the compilation album The Authorized Bang Collection.
The Complete Stevie Wonder is a digital compilation featuring the work of Stevie Wonder. Released a week before the physical release of A Time to Love, the set comprises almost all of Wonder's officially released material, including single mixes, extended versions, remixes, and Workout Stevie Workout, a 1963 album which was shelved and replaced by With a Song in My Heart. The set also contains a digital (PDF) booklet and three music videos: "Overjoyed", "Part-Time Lover" and "So What the Fuss".
Carl McCormick, professionally known as Cardiak, is an American record producer from Willingboro Township, New Jersey. He began producing music in 2008. Cardiak is widely known for his work with closely associated artists such as Ace Hood, J. Cole, Drake, Joe Budden, G-Unit/Lloyd Banks, Freeway, DJ Khaled, Rick Ross, Meek Mill, Trina, Red Cafe, Boosie Badazz, Wale, Fabolous, D-Block, Dr. Dre, among others.
Charles Dumazer, professionally known as C-Sick, is a Grammy-nominated French-American record producer from Chicago, Illinois. He participated in his first beat battle at the age of 17 and became the 2008 Chicago Big Tune Beat Battle champion. C-Sick had the chance to go and move on to the National Finals in New York City to prove to his audience his ability of becoming a music producer. C-Sick has produced music for artists such as Nas, Logic, Meek Mill, Tory Lanez, Fabolous, G Herbo, and many others. C-Sick's versatility has earned him multiple platinum records and placements on the Billboard Hot 100.
3 Beat Productions is a British independent record label founded by Jon Barlow in 1989.
The following list is a partialdiscography of productions by Pharrell Williams, an American record producer and recording artist from Virginia Beach, Virginia. It includes a list of songs produced, co-produced and remixed by year, artist, album and title. For songs produced by The Neptunes, a production duo including Williams, see The Neptunes production discography.
The following list contains songs produced, co-produced or remixed by Hip hop producer Statik Selektah