CD available through the mail for free from MTV, including enhanced features and an action guide explaining how to defuse violent situations teens might go through. A collection consists of music tracks and "Sound Bite" tracks, which are non-music tracks from various artists. Tracks 14 to 16 consist of nothing but 8 seconds of silence.
MOM: Music for Our Mother Ocean is a series of three compilations produced by Surfdog Records to benefit the Surfrider Foundation. The albums feature original songs as well as covers – many sharing a surfing or summer theme – by a range of popular artists.
A digital introduction to the analog world of Drone Records featuring a small sampling of wondrous sounds from this ongoing series of limited, lovingly hand assembled 7-inch singles. You get the goods from Maeror Tri, Dual, Ultra United, Aube, Toy Bozzare, and others.
Remotion is a 1996 ambient music album by Global Communication. Originally released on Dedicated, the album has been re-issued a number of times. The album features a number of remixes that Global Communication had done for other artists. It also includes one track (not a remix) from their more techno-leaning side project, Reload.
Now That’s What I Call the 1990s focuses on the decade’s second half, splitting its time between pop songs and the alternative music that followed in grunge’s footsteps. Pearl Jam and other hard-edged bands are absent from this compilation; instead, slicker groups like Live (“I Alone”) and Collective Soul (“Shine”) represent the wave of mainstream rock that swept through the Clinton era, with Everclear (“Father of Mine”) and Sublime (“What I Got”) thrown in for good measure. Des’ree’s “You Gotta Be” and New Radicals’ “You Get What You Give” help anchor the album’s pop side, while the inclusion of Edwin McCain’s “I’ll Be” is a reminder that the decade also spawned many an omnipresent wedding song. Ignoring grunge, Euro-dance, and teen pop makes this a narrow-minded compilation, but for those who like the aforementioned songs, Now That's What I Call the 1990s is an easy way to get them all in one place.
A special Christmas compilation released by Capitol Records in 2007. Jimmy Eat World, The Decemberists, Relient K, Luscious Jackson and others.
Historic live recordings from the Holland Pop Festival held in the Kralingen neighbourhood of Rotterdam, on 26-28 June 1970. The attendance was anywhere from 100,000 to 150,000. This line-up features both British and American rock royalty including Tyrannosaurus Rex, The Byrds, Santana, Jefferson Airplane, and the headlining Pink Floyd.