Factor - Side Road And Friends: B-Sides And Unreleased Hits album
Title: Side Road And Friends: B-Sides And Unreleased Hits
Date of release: 2005
Size MP3: 1987 mb
Size FLAC: 1493 mb
Format: VOX ASF AA TTA VQF DTS ADX
It was released on January 15, 2008 in the United States and on January 21, 2008 in the United Kingdom, where it debuted on the UK Album Chart at #69.
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B-Sides and Rarities is a compilation album by American dream pop band Beach House, released on June 30, 2017 through Sub Pop, Bella Union and Mistletone. The compilation contains B-sides and rare, unreleased cuts along with two new songs, "Chariot" and "Baseball Diamond". It also includes the band's cover of Queen's "Play the Game"
Greatest Hits + Five Unreleased is a greatest hits compilation released by American singer/musician Steve Perry in 1998. The album contains hits from his two solo albums Street Talk (1984) and For the Love of Strange Medicine (1994) as well as several previously unreleased tracks from the abandoned solo project Against the Wall, as well as demos, b-sides and collaborations.
The Destroyed Room: B-sides and Rarities is a compilation album by Sonic Youth. The tracks, which also include unreleased material, were hand-picked by the band. The album was released on December 12, 2006.
B-Sides & Rarities is a compilation album by alternative rock/metal band Deftones, consisting of a CD and a DVD. The CD compiled previously released and unreleased B-sides, while the DVD featured multimedia content, including a complete videography. It was released in 2005 by Maverick Records. B-Sides and Rarities is an overall resounding effort by perhaps the smartest members of the now moribund Nü-Metal genre", said Ayo Jegede of Stylus Magazine
The Hits/The B-Sides Tracklist. 1. When Doves Cry by Prince and the Revolution Lyrics. The Hits/B-Sides, released on September 10, 1993 by Paisley Park Records and Warner Bros. Records, is the first ‘greatest hits’ compilation of Prince music. It is a 3-disc compilation set of Prince’s most popular and well-loved songs from 1978 – 1992. would be covered by Alicia Keys, a live recording of 4 The Tears in Your Eyes, Peach, and Power Fantastic. The Hits/The B-Sides was certified gold in the United Kingdom and platinum in New Zealand and the United States.
Album: The Hits, The B-Sides. The album reached number 19 on The Billboard 200, and number 6 on the Billboard Top R&B Albums Chart. The album has sold well since its release, and was certified platinum by the RIAA (1,000,000 copies shipped in the US) in late 1993. It was also certified gold (100,000 copies sold in the UK) by the BPI in 2013.
|1||–Kay The Aquanaut, Cam The Wizzard, M.Phasis, Ben.e Elim, Nolto and Forgetful Jones||Information|
|2||–Kay The Aquanaut, Cam The Wizzard, M.Phasis, Ben.e Elim, Nolto and Forgetful Jones||Wake Up|
|3||–Kay The Aquanaut, Cam The Wizzard, M.Phasis, Ben.e Elim, Nolto and Forgetful Jones||I'm Here Now|
|4||–Kay The Aquanaut, Cam The Wizzard, M.Phasis, Ben.e Elim, Nolto and Forgetful Jones||People|
|5||–Forgetful Jones and M.Phasis||Get Live|
|6||–Def3, Kaboom and Cam the Wizzard||What Could've Been|
|7||–NoBs Allowed||My Mind|
|8||–Ben.e Elim||What'cha Want|
|9||–Kay The Aquanaut||Public Transit|
|10||–Cam The Wizzard||Davy Jones|
|11||–Epic and Vizion||Feelings|
|12||–Def3, Forgetful Jones, NoBs Allowed, Skizzafrantik||Boundaries|
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