Record Collection is the third album headed up by the mid-Atlantic muso mastermind and, as usual, he’s brought a host of famous friends and former collaborators along for the ride. Recorded at Dunham studios in Brooklyn and working with vintage keyboards, the album melds eighties indie to nineties hip hop beats and also sees someone rather special take to the mic… "Lose It (In The End)" was co-written by Jonathan Pierce of The Drums and features rhymes from Ghostface Killah and vocals from Mark Ronson himself. The old school flavour of the album is behind much of its charm. "The Bike Song" - co-written by the Zutons’ Dave McCabe and with laid back, but never lazy, vocals from The View’s Kyle Falconer - boasts an almost psychedelic sixties vibe while the warm doo-wop of "The Night Last Night" is brought to glorious life by former Pipette Rose Elinor Dougall.
"Somebody To Love Me" is another highlight. Jake Shears of Scissors Sisters, Cathy Dennis, erstwhile Dirty Pretty Thing Anthony Rossomando, and Andrew Wyatt all had a hand in writing what Ronson describes as a ‘bionic’ song. Then he persuaded Boy George, to sing this song of ‘earnest blue-eyed soul’ and a lost club classic with a modern twist
December 2, 2016 released a new compilation by Sony Music from the series "Veronica Top 1000 All Times". The collection includes favorites of all time such as: Queen - Innuendo, Michael Jackson - Thriller, Deep Purple - Child In Time, Coldplay - Talk, Oasis - Wonderwall, Golden Earring - Twilight Zone, Bob Dylan - Hurricane, Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells, and many more…
The Best Hits of 2015 on 2 CDs by the Dutch radio station Radio 538 (103 FM) and Universal Music B.V.! Includes Justin Bieber, Nicky Jam & Enrique Iglesias, Sam Smith, Kenny B, Lost Frequencies, Ed Sheeran, Armin Van Buuren feat. Mr. Probz, Ariana Grande, Dotan, Carly Rae Jepsen, Meghan Trainor and more …
Best of Lounge Music album was released Nov 27, 2012 on the Wagram label. Best of Lounge Music CD music is a 6-disc set with 120 songs.
Collection includes eight studio albums, one live album and two compilations.
This thirteenth studio album from the legendary British new wave/new romantic band is the follow-up to 2007's 'Red Carpet Massacre' and is the first following their split with Epic Records. While the last album featured production by Danja and Timbaland and had something of a dance/RnB sound, on this record they have gone "back to basics" to produce a classic pop album in the vein of their early material. Produced by Mark Ronson, it features guest spots by Kelis and Scissor Sister Ana Matronic.