What's Wrong with This Picture? is the second album by singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Andrew Gold. It was released in 1976 on Asylum Records. It includes the hit single "Lonely Boy" which peaked at #7 on the Billboard singles chart featuring Linda Ronstadt on backing vocals.
Collection includes: Placebo (1996); Without You I'm Nothing (1998); Black Market Music (2000); Sleeping with Ghosts (2003); Meds (2006).
A collection of Placebo's hit singles from 1996-2004. A second disc also includes remixes of the singles 'Special K', 'Without You I'm Nothing', 'Every You Every Me', 'Protëge Moi', 'Slave To The Wage', 'Pure Morning', 'Taste In Men', 'Black-Eyed', 'English Summer Rain' and 'This Picture'.
Due to their penchant for androgynous attire/makeup and raw, punky guitar riffs, Placebo have been described by some as a glam version of Nirvana. The multinational band was formed by singer/guitarist Brian Molko (part Scottish and American descent, but raised in England) and Swedish bassist Stefan Olsdal.
With the 2003 release of the critically lauded album Sleeping With Ghosts, Placebo proved once again why they are widely hailed as one of the best acts in the game.
In a whirlwind year, they re-emerged as one of the most innovative and inspired bands around, playing to hundreds of thousands of rabid fans from America to Asia to Australia and all points of the globe.
Here in the US, the band completed two sold-out coast-to-coast tours and achieved sales figures not seen since 1998's breakthrough release Without You I'm Nothing.