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Rhythm Nation 1814

September 16, 1989

Story about two boys, whose dreams of pursuing music careers are destroyed through substance abuse and drug trafficking.

A compilation of music videos from pop singer Janet Jackson.

Temple of the Dog came together from the ashes of Mother Love Bone following the death from a drug overdose of its frontman Andrew Wood, Chris Cornell's close friend and roommate. Cornell wrote future TOTD songs "Say Hello 2 Heaven" and "Reach Down" to help process his grief, but the songs didn't have any destination, he says. "I was compelled to write them and there they were – written in a vacuum as a tribute to Andy. My thought was that maybe I could record these songs with the remaining members of Mother Love Bone and that maybe we could release them as a tribute."

It is called Amy Grant ... Greatest Hits 1986-2004. Expect to hear not only her greatest hits from the past eighteen years but two new recordings. Her two new tracks include: "Come Be With Me," featuring Keb' Mo' and co-written by Beth Nielsen Chapman (Faith Hill's "This Kiss"), and "The Water," co-written by Grant and with husband Vince Gill on electric guitar. Limited Edition Bonus CD: Initial shipments of "Greatest Hits 1986-2004" will be presented in a limited edition that also includes a bonus CD of remixes -- "Every Heartbeat" "That's What Love Is For," and "I Will Remember You."

T-Rex: Electric Warrior

April 12, 2012

This DVD includes the only two surviving Top of the Pops performances from the BBC archive of T Rex’s Electric Warrior-era hits – Hot Love and Get It On, the latter featuring Elton John. The DVD also includes the previously unseen Blue Screen versions of Jeepster and Life’s A Gas from Germany’s Beat Club plus the actual broadcast versions of Jeepster and Life’s A Gas. The rarely seen official promo videos for Get It On and Jeepster are also included, plus live performances of Girl and Cosmic Dancer which were recorded at the performance of T. Rex’s historic Wembley Empire Pool concerts on March 18 1972. These were not included in the concert film Born To Boogie (which used none of the matinée concert footage).

Sting & The Police is a compilation issued by Sting, and released by A&M Records in 1997. Conceived at the time when Sting had just released his fifth solo effort, Mercury Falling, the album mixes a selection of Sting's Police-era songs with later hits recorded under his own name.


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