As if the flood of compilations called Best of Bowie in 2002 weren't confusing enough – there was a different track listing for each territory around the world, all bearing the same name and album cover – in 2004, a double-disc version of Best of Bowie was released in U.S., which was different than the "bonus CD" edition released in North America in 2002. It's not too different – a slightly different sequencing, it's a track longer, it has a couple different songs (and there's an edition with a bonus CD containing remixes) – but even if the details are slightly different, the overall gist remains: this is an excellent double-disc overview of Bowie's '70s and '80s peak.
The Best of Jane Birkin is a comprehensive overview of her sporadic, inconsistent recording career, drawing highlights from her studio albums and adding several live tracks for good measure…
"My Own Best Enemy" is the seventh studio album by soft rock singer/songwriter Richard Marx. The album hit #126 on the Billboard album chart in 2004. The album produced two singles, "When You're Gone" and "Ready To Fly." Both of them reached the 'Hot Adult Top 40' chart. "Ready To Fly" also hit #22 on the 'Adult contemporary' chart. Deluxe Edition - Target Exclusive includes five bonus tracks.
Dread Zeppelin is an American band best known for performing the songs of Led Zeppelin in a reggae style as sung by a 300-pound (140 kg) Las Vegas Elvis impersonator. Over the years they would also perform songs originally by Elvis Presley, Bob Marley and The Yardbirds. The group toured extensively around the world during their tenure with I.R.S. Records and spread their patented "zeppelin-inna-reggae-style." Limited edition digipack reissue of the rollicking, rastafarian retrospective from the most brilliant Dread Zeppelin! Fronted by the 300-pound Elvis impersonator Turtelvis, Dread Zeppelin warp the compositions of Page, Plant and Co. into heady reggae jams so ingeniously they ll have you begging for more and have even earned the praise of Plant himself! Features recently recorded versions of Zep s all-time favorites Stairway To Heaven, Whole Lotta Love, Immigrant Song, Kashmir as well as some Dread originals!
The Shadows are usually thought of as the quintessential British instrumental group and, along with the American band the Ventures and the Swedish group the Spotnicks, one of the most popular instrumental groups in the world. But that barely tells the story of their true significance in the history of British rock & roll including the fact that they were the first home-grown British rock & roll band to dominate the U.K. charts; or that they weren't originally an instrumental group, either.