The Boombasstics – Boomparty 2000. Label: Groove Box Records – 2000-1. Recorded live April 16, 2000 at Frankfurt Music Fair. Bonus Track "Operator" recorded November 1998 at Groove Box Studio Straelen.
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Boombastic is the third studio album released by Jamaican artist Shaggy. The album was released on July 11, 1995. The album spawned five singles: "In the Summertime", a remake of the Mungo Jerry hit, "Boombastic", which peaked at number 1 on the UK Singles Chart, at 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 and at number 1 on the . R&B chart, "Why You Treat Me So Bad?", the double A-side "Something Different", "The Train Is Coming", and "Day Oh", which was released as a Japanese only single
The highest-selling albums and EPs in the United States are ranked in the Billboard 200, published by Billboard magazine. The date are compiled by Nielsen Soundscan based on each album's weekly physical sales. In 2000, 20 albums topped the chart in 53 issues of the magazine, but two of which albums started their peak position in 1999 and are therefore excluded.
On his third album, Eminem shifted from provocation to introspection, mulling fame, fatherhood and the psychic toll of being America's biggest pop star and – according to scolds on both ends of the political spectrum – number one moral menace. The rhymes were as densely packed and virtuosic as ever ("When I speak, it's tongue in cheek/I'd yank my fuckin' teeth before I'd ever bite my tongue"), but they were also poignantly confessional; the beats largely jettisoned perky hip-hop to embrace the power chords and grandeur of Seventies rock. This oddball indie-rock all-star team is one of those "only in the 2000s" stories. Newman, brilliant Vancouver songwriter and hard-luck veteran of the Nineties rock boom, retreats to his bedroom and writes a bunch of songs that would have been perfect AM-gold radio nuggets in the Seventies.
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2000 is the second solo studio album by American rapper Grand Puba. It was released on June 20, 1995 through Elektra Records. Recording sessions took place at Soundtrack Studios, Platinum Island Studios, Battery Studios, V. Dubbs Studios, Acme Recording Studios, Fiber Studios, and Chung King Studios in New York. Production was handled by Mark Sparks, Minnesota, DJ Alamo, Chris Liggio and Dante Ross
The best music of 2000. See which albums are sitting at the top of this year's charts. The Highest Rated Albums of 2000.
|1||To The Max
Written-By – T.M. Stevens
Written-By – T.M. Stevens
Written-By – Dave Mason
Written-By – James Brown
Written-By – Martin Engelien, T.M. Stevens
|6||Feel Like Makin' Love
Written-By – Roberta Flack
|8||Operator (Bonus Track)
Backing Vocals – Annie LynBass, Keyboards, Programmed By, Written-By – Martin EngelienVocals, Bass, Written-By – T.M. Stevens