Various - NME Singles Of The Week 1995 mp3 flacPerformer: Various
Title: NME Singles Of The Week 1995
Style: Alternative Rock, Pop Rock
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Genre: Hip-Hop / Rock / Reggae / Funk-Soul / Pop
Various - NME Singles Of The Week 1995 mp3 flac
Features Song Lyrics for Anita Lane's NME: Singles of the Week 1995 album.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "NME Singles of the Week 1995" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "NME Singles of the Week 1995 Album.
Now That's What I Call Music! 33 - Disco 2000. Now That's What I Call Music! 35 - Something Changed. Pure Dance 96 - Disco 2000. Radio City Hits 10 - Common People. Format: CD. Featured track: Born to Cry. Notes: The track does not appear on non-UK versions of the album. The Glastonbury Broadcasts, Vol 1. Date: June 1999. Label: NME. Featured track: Sorted For E's & Wizz (live). Notes: Live at Glastonbury Festival (28 June 1998). This CD was given away with the NME.
Pulp – 'Different Class' The defining album of 1995 was Pulp's sometimes seedy, often fond, state of the nation address. orning Glory?' shifted 347,000 copies in its week of release as the UK went mad fer the band's last gasp of greatness, before quality control went a bit shaky. War Child (Various) – 'The Help Album' Put together in aid of war victims in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 'The Help Album' was a project that saw a host of 1995's leading artists each laying down a track in a single day. Some cheated – The Stone Roses fired off a live version of recent single 'Love Spreads' – but others, like Radiohead with 'Lucky', gave us a taste of glories yet to come.
The Help Album is a 1995 charity album to raise funds for the War Child charity, which provided aid war-stricken areas, such as Bosnia and Herzegovina. All the songs were recorded in a single day. The album features British and Irish artists including Paul McCartney, Paul Weller, Radiohead, Oasis, Blur and the Manic Street Preachers. It was followed by 1 Love (2002), Hope (2003), Help!: A Day in the Life (2005) and War Child Presents Heroes (2009).
NME Writers Hot 100 Singles - 1976 NME Writers 100 Best Indie Singles Ever 1992 NME Writers All Time Top 150 Singles 1987 NME’s 100 Greatest Singles Of All Time 2002 NME Greatest No1 Singes In History 2013. NME Writers Hot 100 - Top Singles Of All-Time - 1976 First Published Sometime In 1976. 1. Like A Rolling Stone - Bob Dylan . Culture Club – Karma Chameleon 37. Various – Perfect Day 38. Blur – Beetlbum 39. Kraftwerk – The Model 40.
Every December, British music magazine NME compiles a list of what it considers the best single or track of the year. It was started in 1975. The list is usually published in one of the issues sold before Christmas – in 2006 it was published in the issue for December 9. The companion list is NME album of the year. An album marked at Number One gets 20 points, Number Two gets 19 points and so on until the 20th, which gets one point. All of the points from the various top 20s are then gathered together and the overall favourites are worked out and ranked for publication in the official list. The single or track with the most points overall is Number One in the list, the one with the second most points is Number Two and so on. There have been, to date, three artists who have won Album and Single of the Year in the same year: Joy Division in 1980, Klaxons in 2007 and MGMT in 2008.
A stretch black limousine is purring gently in a London car park. Two young men stand nearby, pressing their faces against a high steel fence that is dwarfed by the neighboring twin towers of Wembley Stadium. They talk in quick voices, check their watches and anxiously wait for a glimpse of their hero. As the limousine door opens. they pull harder on the railings but then a large hand reaches down. I think it’s time both of you left now, booms a deep voice. They turn around and stare into the eyes of the security man. Momentarily, they are confused
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||–Oasis||Some Might Say
Producer – Noel Gallagher, Owen MorrisWritten-By – N. Gallagher*
Producer – Chris ThomasWritten-By – C. Doyle*, J. Cocker*, N. Banks*, R. Senior*, S. McKey*
|3||–The Wannadies||Might Be Stars
Mixed By – Stefan GlaumannProducer – Nille PernedWritten-By – The Wannadies
Producer – Owen MorrisWritten-By – Wheeler*
|5||–The Charlatans||Just When You're Thinking Things Over
Producer – Dave Charles, The CharlatansWritten-By – Brooks*, M. Collins*, Blunt*, R. Collins*, Burgess*
|6||–Gorky's Zygotic Mynci||Miss Trudy
Producer – G.Z.M.*Written-By – Euros Childs
|7||–Anita Lane & Nick Cave||The World's A Girl
Producer – Mick HarveyWritten-By – Lane*, Harvey*
Edited By – Dave Bascombe*Producer – Owen MorrisWritten-By, Producer – The Verve
|9||–The High Llamas||Checkin' In Checkin' Out
Producer – Charlie Francis , Sean O'HaganWritten-By – S. O'Hagan*
Producer – Ian CapleWritten-By, Producer – Tindersticks
Producer – Mark Saunders, TrickyWritten-By – C. Ridenhour*, E. Sadler*, H. Shocklee*
|12||–Rockers Hi-Fi||What A Life
Written-By – Bush*, Whittingham*, McKenzie*
Producer, Mixed By – John LeckieWritten-By – J. Power*
|14||–Ween||Spirit Of '76
Written-By – Ed Wilson , Ween
|15||–Plush||Found A Little Baby
Written-By – L. Hayes*
|16||–The Geraldine Fibbers||Dragon Lady
Written-By – Bo Zulich*, Keenan*, Fitzgerald*, Tutton*
|17||–Coco & The Bean*||Western Ways
Written-By – Coco & The Bean*
- Record Company – BMG Entertainment
- Distributed By – Vital
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Indolent Records Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – BMG Records (UK) Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – IPC Magazines Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Indolent Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – BMG Records (UK) Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – IPC Magazines Ltd.
- Pressed By – Disctronics S
- Compiled By [Indolent] – Paul Walmsley, Steve Lowes
- Compiled By [NME] – Roy Carr, Steve Sutherland
- Design, Art Direction – Absolute Zero
NotesTransparent jewel case - some copies supplied as a promo with a Revolution sticker applied to front listing release date as May 20th.
Track 14 as written ; the correct title is 'Freedom Of '76'.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 016555 659520
- Label Code: LC3146
- Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): DISCTRONICS S NME 1995 CD 01
- Mastering SID Code (Mirrored): IFPI L502
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 8792
- Price Code (France): BM650