Category:Interscope Records compilation albums
Pages in category "Interscope Records compilation albums"
The following 38 pages are in this category, out of 38 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
The following 38 pages are in this category, out of 38 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
1. Up to Now – Up to Now is the first compilation album by alternative rock band Snow Patrol. The album features tracks spanning Snow Patrols fifteen-year music career, including tracks from The Reindeer Section, the album was released in early November 2009, primarily as a two-disc set and a three-disc digipak format containing one DVD of bonus material. A limited edition box was also sold. Three new songs were released on the album, One of these was Just Say Yes, the lead single taken from the compilation. The solo re-recording of An Olive Grove Facing the Sea was released as the second single. In Netherlands, Belgium and Finland Run was re-released in a version called Run in January 2010, the release has been described by the band as a collection of the bands best loved songs, and not a greatest hits, as the album also contains non-singles. It was received favorably by critics for not being a typical hits record. The album performed well commercially, reaching the top 5 in three countries and the top 40 in another and it also sold well on the iTunes Store, making the top 10 selling albums lists in various countries. The album marks the bands 15 year music career and it is a reminder to newer fans that the band had made two albums before Final Straw, and achieving any commercial success. In line with the 15 years they have been recording, the album features 2 CDs with 15 songs on each, the band felt it was a good time for such a release as their newer material was heading towards new, unexplored musical styles. To come up with a track list for the album, each member compiled one individually, initially coming up with almost the same song selections. According to guitarist Nathan Connolly, the differences in opinion on song selections among the band members arose on songs from the earliest albums. Forty songs were selected, but they realized it wouldnt be practically possible to include all of them. They were whittled down to thirty, some reluctantly, One of these was Make This Go on Forever. Vocalist Gary Lightbody explained that they did it as to represent all their albums. The final chosen songs are all five studio albums, past b-sides and rarities. Commenting on fans arguments about leaving singles How to Be Dead and One Night is Not Enough off the album, drummer Jonny Quinn remembers enjoying the selection process as he went back to listen their older songs he hadnt heard for long. Their record label was going to call the album a Greatest hits, however
2. T.A.T.u. Remixes – Remixes, or simply Remixes, is an official compilation of remixes from t. A. T. u. The album features remixes from 200 Po Vstrechnoy as well as from 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane, there were two singles from the album, Prostye Dvizhenia and Ne Ver Ne Boysia. The song did not chart in any country, and the release was cancelled. To date, this album is the album to date to have Prostye Dvizheniya. Ne Ver Ne Boysia ne Prosi was released as a single as well, the song was used for the Eurovision Song Contest in 2003. The group represented Russia in Riga, Latvia, a music video was released on their official YouTube account. The song was used on their greatest hits album The Best. It debuted at #105 for 5 weeks, and sold 7,761 copies and it is identical to the Asian & European edition, except that track 1 is replaced by, All the Things She Said 7,07 The Russian edition was released November 25,2003. It is available as one CD format, which includes the first CD in this listing. Ne Ver, Ne Boysia Nas Ne Dogonyat The Taiwanese edition was released on cassette tape
3. The Complete U2 – The Complete U2 is a digital box set by U2 released on 23 November 2004 by Apple Computer on the iTunes Store. It is the first major release of a digital online set by any artist. It contained the complete set of U2 albums, singles, live, rare and previously unreleased material from 1978 to 2004 and this was accompanied by a PDF containing album art, track listings, and band commentary. It originally retailed for $149.99, but a $50 coupon was included with the U2 Special Edition iPods from the fourth-generation iPod, the video-capable U2 iPods included a code for a 33-minute video of live band performances and interviews. As of 20 December 2007, the set is no longer available for sale, the following albums are only officially available as part of this set, Early Demos is an EP containing three demos, produced by Barry Devlin and recorded at Keystone Studios in April 1978. These songs are the second recorded studio work. Street Mission and The Fool have not been on any other album, shadows and Tall Trees was the final track on their first studio album Boy, released in 1980. Live from Boston 1981 is an album recorded during U2s Boy Tour at Bostons Paradise Rock Club on 6 March 1981. Some of the tracks on this album have been released on other singles previous to the release of this album. Live from the Point Depot is the first official release of the widely bootlegged New Years Eve show at Dublins Point Depot in 1989. Unreleased & Rare is a compilation of unreleased and rare tracks, most of the previously unreleased songs were from the bands All That You Cant Leave Behind and How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb sessions. The album Medium, Rare & Remastered, released in 2009, U2 discography List of U2 songs Complete track listing of all 446 songs, with a discussion of excluded and redundant tracks
4. Number Ones (Janet Jackson album) – Number Ones is the second greatest hits album by American recording artist Janet Jackson, released on November 17,2009, by Interscope Geffen A&M Records and Universal Music Enterprises. The double-disc album is composed of 33 of her hit singles spanning various music charts across North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Japan. Number Ones collects singles from her studio album Control to her 10th studio album Discipline. The albums single, Make Me, was available for digital download on September 22,2009. On December 22, Make Me became her 19th number-one hit single on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart, in September 2009, Janet Jackson performed Scream on the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards as part of a medley tribute to Michael Jackson, who died three months earlier. Following this, Make Me was released on Jacksons official website as a stream for those who joined the sites e-mail newsletter. On September 22,2009 it was released as a download for purchase. In October 2009, UMe issued a release stating Make Me would be included in Jacksons second greatest hits album. Number Ones debuted at number 22 on the Billboard 200, selling 40,374 copies in its first week, the Best was certified Gold in the UK for sales in excess of 100,000. Make Me became Jacksons nineteenth number one on the Hot Dance Club Songs chart and she became the first artist to earn number one singles on the Dance/Club play chart across the last four decades, starting from the 1980s to the 2010s. Number Ones received universal acclaim from music critics, even if they were not as sonically innovative and lacked the same amount of pop appeal of the Control/Rhythm Nation-era singles, they clearly made a significant impact and have aged well. Val Christopher of Rockstar Weekly commented, A look back at Jacksons storied career provides more than reason for her being one of the worlds most recognizable people. Number Ones opens with a string of Jacksons best and most memorable tracks, what Have You Done For Me Lately, Nasty, Control, Miss You Much and perhaps her finest single, Rhythm Nation. Make Me, It was released as the first and only single from the album on September 22,2009 and it is the only new song included on the album. The song was presented as a stream to those who joined her official mailing list in September, later that month it was released via digital download. The song failed to chart on the US Billboard Hot 100 and it entered the top 50 in Italy, the top 20 in Japan and the top 75 in UK. To celebrate the release of Number Ones, Universal Music Group, kyle Anderson of MTV reported fans gatherings in various Los Angeles locations to dance and pay tribute to some of the veteran divas best dance moves and songs. Jackson made an appearance at the gathering took place at The Grove at Farmers Market
5. 7 (U2 EP) – 7 is an EP by the Irish rock band U2, released exclusively at Target Stores in the United States in 2002. It collects various B-sides from All That You Cant Leave Behind-era singles, the title refers to the number of tracks. Likewise, at the time of its release 7 was priced at almost seven US dollars, the title is also a homage to Three, the groups first release. 7 was released at all 1,055 Target Stores in the US on 22 January 2002, at the stores, it originally sold for price of US$6.99. All tracks written by U2, with lyrics by Bono except where noted, always is an early version of Beautiful Day. Big Girls Are Best was a leftover from the Pop sessions and this Influx mix of Elevation was used to open shows on the Elevation Tour. The single version of Walk On, which was released on the single with the cover, was also featured in concerts, while a live version was released on America. In 2002 another mix of Walk On called the Hallelujah mix was released on a promotional CD
6. 24 Shots – 24 Shots is a compilation album by artist 50 Cent, following his professional debut album, Get Rich or Die Tryin. 24 Shots features tracks recorded before his debut with Shady Records & Aftermath Entertainment. It has tracks from other albums and mixtapes, including the unreleased Power of the Dollar. It also features unused tracks for Get Rich or Die Tryin, some songs have later surfaced on other albums, such as Ecstasy, which was re-released on G-Units Beg for Mercy with no alterations as I Smell Pussy. In Da Club was also on this album, simultaneously with Get Rich or Die Tryin, most songs have been re-mastered from their original vinyl records, notably singles from Power of the Dollar, such as How to Rob. Follow Me Gangster also appeared on the Cradle 2 the Grave soundtrack in 2003, most songs have been remastered from their vinyl masters, with some having additional instruments and sounds added in the background, notably How to Rob compared to the 1999 original. Nearly every song in the album starts with a sound clip, alongside that noise,50 Cent is heard saying, This is 50 Cent, You are now rapping with 50 Cent and New York City. “ Source, Discogs
7. The Best (t.A.T.u. album) – The Best is a CD/ set from the Russian group t. A. T. u. Featuring hit singles, rare mixes, three unreleased tracks, a live concert, music videos and more. There are two versions of the set, one only a CD, and another with a CD. In Korea, the Deluxe Edition came with a poster, in the U. S. only the CD version was sold, and only in Best Buy stores. However, for U. S. online retailers, it was available, the Best was t. A. T. u. s final release with the Universal Music Group label. Previously they went through Universal International, the set was released on September 4,2006 in Korea and Brazil, September 11 in Europe, September 27 in Japan, September 29 in Germany and October 10 in the U. S. It was later releases on the iTunes Store on November 7, there were different releases of the album, including a cassette, compact disc, DVD and Vinyl. The Best received generally positive reviews music critics. Stephen Thomas Erlwine from Allmusic gave it four out of five stars and he concluding saying since a little t. A. T. u. However, he did say that the album was too early for a release, there were a lot of facts, misspelled words and other associated issues with the album. In the sides there is missing a dot in the t. A. T. u, the song Ya Soshla S Uma was misspelled on the back cover. It was listed as Ya Soshia S Uma, while Nas Ne Dogonyat was spelled as Nas Ne Dagoniat, although it is a valid translation. Both those versions are not the Russian edits, although neither Novaya Model nor Perfect Enemy were singles, only Perfect Enemy was included on the compilation album (although Russian radio stations played Novaya Model. The album claims to have 3 unreleased songs, although only Null, the other two songs were a remix and the previously released Divine. Also, it says Divine was an edit, however it is not different from the b-side on All About Us. The album was going to include Prostye Dvizheniya, however, for unknown reasons. On the back cover of the Deluxe Edition the music videos for Friend or Foe, •,2002 version, the edit used on the English counterpart of 200 Po Vstrechnoy,200 Km/H in the Wrong Lane
8. Boom Box (No Doubt album) – Boom Box is a limited-edition box set album by the American rock band No Doubt, released on November 25,2003 through Interscope Records. It compiled The Singles 1992–2003, The Videos 1992–2003, Everything in Time, the Singles 1992–2003 was also released on a separate CD on the same date. Everything in Time was released as a separate CD later on October 12,2004, the Videos 1992–2003 was released as a separate DVD on May 4,2004. At the time of Boom Boxs release, Live in the Tragic Kingdom had already released on VHS. Everything in Time is an album of B-sides, rare songs and remixes, Live in the Tragic Kingdom is a recording of a concert filmed during the bands tour for Tragic Kingdom. The release of Boom Box received very little coverage from music critics because it was not a studio album, the few reviews it received were positive. The album charted at number 206 on the Top Internet Albums, Everything in Time, in its separate release, charted on the US Billboard 200 at number 182. No Doubt released five studio albums throughout its career before going into hiatus and their debut album, No Doubt, was released on March 17,1992. It sold only 30,000 copies on its release. No Doubt therefore financed the production of a video for the song Trapped in a Box. No Doubt recorded their album, The Beacon Street Collection. It was released independently, because No Doubt had recorded songs that they knew would not make it onto Tragic Kingdom and were frustrated by a lack of attention from their label. They released two singles from it, Squeal and Doghouse, the Beacon Street Collection sold 100,000 copies. No Doubts independence shocked their company representative and ensured that the label would finance a third album, the bands third album, Tragic Kingdom, was released shortly after The Beacon Street Collection, on October 10,1995 under Interscope Records. Work began on the album in 1993 but Interscope rejected most of the material, the band was introduced to Paul Palmer, who had his own label Trauma Records, which was already associated with Interscope. Palmer mixed the record and was allowed to release Tragic Kingdom under Trauma Records, the album produced seven singles, Just a Girl, Spiderwebs, Dont Speak, Excuse Me Mr. Happy Now. In total, Tragic Kingdom sold over 16 million copies worldwide, and was certified diamond in the United States and Canada, No Doubts fourth studio album was Return of Saturn, released on April 11,2000 after two and a half years of touring to promote Tragic Kingdom. The album spawned four singles—New, a song from the soundtrack to the movie Go, Ex-Girlfriend, Simple Kind of Life, Return of Saturn sold 1.4 million copies upon its release