|Til I Die
|Studio album by Potshot
|October 3, 2000
Third Wave Ska
|Asian Man Records
’Til I Die is the third album of J-ska band Potshot. The album was released in the United States by Asian Man Records in 2000.
Potshot was a J-ska music group from Japan. They released their records on their own label, TV Freak, in Japan. Their first five albums were re-released by Asian Man Records, an American label well known for signing Asian punk-pop bands. Their final album, Potshot Beat Goes On, was released in May 2005. Potshot disbanded in 2005, playing a final show in Tokyo.
Asian Man Records is a DIY record label run by Mike Park in Monte Sereno, California. Park started a record label and began releasing music in 1989 under the name Dill Records, with the Asian Man label established May 1996.
This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the year 2000.
18 til I Die is the seventh studio album by the Canadian singer-songwriter Bryan Adams. Released on 4 June 1996, by A&M Records, the album became a commercial success peaking at #1 in United Kingdom and number two in his home country Canada. It was recorded on different locations which included Jamaica and France. 18 til I Die featured the number one song "Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?", which had been released as a single and on the soundtrack to the film Don Juan DeMarco over a year prior, and 4 other singles: "The Only Thing That Looks Good on Me Is You", "Let's Make a Night to Remember", "Star", and "18 til I Die"; the album track "I'll Always Be Right There" was also released to radio in the United States. After the release of the album in June, to promote the album, Adams toured around North America and Europe. Perhaps the most memorable of these concerts was playing to more than 70,000 people at Wembley Stadium in July 1996. The album has sold over 3 million copies worldwide.
Kim Sozzi is a South African-born American dance-pop singer originally from Long Island, New York.
Gotta Tell You is the debut and only studio album by Irish singer Samantha Mumba. It was released on 31 October 2000 in the United Kingdom and the United States by Polydor Records, Interscope Records, Wildcard Records and A&M Records.
Luis Edgardo Resto is an American musician, songwriter, record producer, and keyboardist who has worked closely with rapper Eminem since his third major-label album The Eminem Show. He is of Puerto Rican descent, with both of his parents from Puerto Rico, and was raised in the Detroit suburb of Garden City, Michigan.
Our Live Album Is Better than Your Live Album is a 2-disc live album by ska-punk band Reel Big Fish composed of both an extended length Reel Big Fish live set list, and a DVD of a March 2006 live show that also includes documentary footage on the band. The DVD portion was directed by Jonathan London, who previously directed the music video for their song "Don't Start A Band". Previews of the album can be heard on Reel Big Fish's MySpace. It is currently available for download at Rock Ridge Music and iTunes and was released in stores on August 22, 2006. The booklet included in the kit notes that the album is dedicated to Desmond Dekker.
Blue Light 'til Dawn is a studio album by American jazz singer Cassandra Wilson. Her first album on the Blue Note label, it was released in 1993. It contains Wilson's interpretations of songs by various blues and rock artists, as well as three original compositions. It was re-released in 2014 with three bonus tracks recorded live somewhere in Europe during the Blue Light 'til Dawn Tour.
"Every You Every Me" is a song by British alternative rock band Placebo, released as the third single from their second album, Without You I'm Nothing, on 25 January 1999. It was released as a 2-CD set and on cassette, but promotional copies on 12" vinyl exist. The single managed to chart at number forty-six in Australia, ninety-nine in Germany and eleven in the UK Singles Chart. The song was featured on the Cruel Intentions soundtrack. There are two versions of the video, both filmed live at London's Brixton Academy; one includes clips from the film Cruel Intentions.
Are You Happy Baby: The Collection or also known as Are You Happy Baby: The Collection (1976–1984) is the name of a compilation album of country singer Dottie West's hits from the 1970s and 1980s.
Dance to the Potshot Record is the fifth album of J-ska band Potshot. The album was released in the United States by Asian Man Records in 2004. This was the last album to come out in the USA. The album was released by Vivid Sound in Japan in 2002.
For the Love is the ninth studio album by country music artist Tracy Lawrence, released on January 30, 2007 through his personal label Rocky Comfort Records. It debuted at #53 on the Billboard 200. Three singles were released from the album: "Find Out Who Your Friends Are" reached #1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and became Lawrence's first chart-topping song since "Time Marches On" in mid-1996. The album's second single, "Til I Was a Daddy Too", reached #32 on the same chart. "You Can't Hide Redneck" was released in October 2008 as the third single.
Def Jam's Rush Hour Soundtrack is the soundtrack to the 1998 comedy film Rush Hour. It was released on September 15, 1998, through Def Jam and consisted of hip hop and R&B music. The soundtrack was a huge success, peaking at 5 on the Billboard 200 and 2 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, and spawned the #1 single "How Deep Is Your Love". The soundtrack was certified gold on October 15, 1998, and platinum on January 21, 1999. The tracks "Fantasy" by Mariah Carey and "Another Part of Me" by Michael Jackson are not on the soundtrack, despite being heard in the film.
o is Tilly and the Wall's third studio album, released on June 17, 2008 through Team Love Records. The album was engineered and produced by Mike Mogis.
King of Pop is a compilation album by American recording artist Michael Jackson released in commemoration of his 50th birthday. The album differs significantly in each country it was released because fan voting was employed to determine the songs for each country's version. The album's title comes from the title Jackson acquired approximately 20 years earlier. The album's launch was made public on June 20, 2008, with the official announcement of the Australian version. The first release came with the German edition on August 22, 2008.
Live Wire is a 2004 live CD/DVD released by Christian rock band Third Day. All of the tracks, except for "Sing a Song" and "Blackbird", are from their album Wire, released earlier that year. "Thank You All" was recorded especially for Live Wire. Some of the songs were cut off the CD but can be found on the DVD. The concert was shot and recorded in Louisville, Kentucky, at the Palace Theater. It has been certified Platinum by the RIAA.
Every Time Two Fools Collide – The Best of Kenny Rogers and Dottie West is a 1993 compilation album by country singers Kenny Rogers and Dottie West.
Enter the Vaselines is a compilation album by the indie rock band The Vaselines, released on 5 May 2009 through the record label Sub Pop.
Music Bank (Hangul: 뮤직뱅크) is a South Korean music program which airs every Friday at 17:00 KST on KBS2. As of 2015, the show is also broadcast in more than a hundred countries through KBS World. Episodes are filmed at the KBS New Wing Open Hall in Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu. The show also organizes the global live concert Music Bank World Tour.
The Japan Box is a boxed set compilation of the five albums released by the Beatles for the Japanese market between 1964 and 1965, originally released in Japan by Odeon Records. The albums consist of Meet the Beatles!, The Beatles' Second Album, A Hard Day's Night, The Beatles No. 5., and Help! The box set presents them in the Mini LP format. It also includes a 100-page book.
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