1990s compilation album stubs

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  1. Collage

    Collage (1997)


    Collage is a compilation album by the band Ratt. This album consists of alternate recordings, B-sides, and versions of songs from the band's Mickey Ratt period. It was released in 1997, concurrently with Ratt's reunion tour, so that they would have a new album to promote. In 1998, the band would sign a new major label deal with Sony.

  2. 40 Seasons: The Best Of Skid Row

    40 Seasons: The Best Of Skid Row (1998)


    40 Seasons: The Best of Skid Row is a compilation album released by Skid Row in 1998, which includes the chart topping singles: "18 and Life", "I Remember You" and "Youth Gone Wild". Lead singer Sebastian Bach left the band due to personality differences. After Bach's departure, the remaining band members continued with a new lineup.

  3. Tarkan

    Tarkan (1999)


    Tarkan is a 1999 compilation album by Tarkan, composed of songs released in his 1994 A-Acayipsin and 1997 Ölürüm Sana albums. It was initially released in France in 1998 but due to the success of his single "Simarik", it was given a wider European release on 1 April 1999, with 14 tracks. Due to its popularity it was re-released with 15 tracks on 27 September in the same year. The sales of this album won Tarkan a Monaco World Music Award.

  4. The Finer Things

    The Finer Things (1995)


    The Finer Things is a compilation album of recordings by Steve Winwood. It includes songs from his early days with The Spencer Davis Group through Traffic and Blind Faith and into his work during his solo career.

  5. The Best Of C.W. McCall

    The Best Of C.W. McCall (1997)


    The Best of C. W. McCall is a greatest hits album released by country musician C. W. McCall on the PSM label in 1997 (see 1997 in music). As with all "best of" releases from McCall, the album contains the wildly popular song "Convoy", as well as eleven others. The cover is almost identical to that of McCall's second album, Black Bear Road.

  6. Christmas Island

    Christmas Island (1996)


    Christmas Island is a 1996 collection of Jimmy Buffett's Christmas-themed music and is his 22nd studio album. It features covers of popular Christmas songs in Buffett's musical stylings as well as two tracks which Buffett wrote for the album. "Twas the Night Before Christmas" is a hidden track.

  7. The Ballads

    The Ballads (1999)


    The Ballads is a 1999 compilation album by REO Speedwagon. It features some of the band's previously recorded hits as well as two additional songs that failed to chart.

  8. The Best Of Belinda Volume 1

    The Best Of Belinda Volume 1 (1992)


    The Best of Belinda, Volume 1 is the fifth album by American singer Belinda Carlisle, released in 1992 by Virgin Records. It is Carlisle's first greatest hits compilation album and includes her hits from 1987 to 1991. It is the only Carlisle album to have topped the UK Albums Chart. In the United States, the album was released as Her Greatest Hits.

  9. Greatest Hits

    Greatest Hits (1905)


    Greatest Hits is the fourth album by singer-songwriter, Taylor Dayne. It was released in 1995 on Arista Records. Since there was no new material recorded for the album the record label decided to remix and release a song from Dayne's last studio album "Say A Prayer". This was to garner more interest in the release; however, the only airplay it received was on the dance charts. "Tell It To My Heart" was remixed and re-released also, and while neither managed to chart in the US, the latter single reached #23 in the UK. Includes hit singles, "Love Will Lead You Back", "I'll Wait", "Tell It To My Heart", and her rendition of Barry White's "Can't Get Enough of Your Love."

  10. a Very Special Season

    a Very Special Season (1994)


    A Very Special Season (also known as A Very Special Season: 14 Songs for Christmas) is a holiday album released by American soul singer Diana Ross in 1994.

  11. A Place On Earth  The Greatest Hits

    A Place On Earth The Greatest Hits (1999)


    A Place on Earth: The Greatest Hits is the second greatest hits album by American singer Belinda Carlisle, released in the United States on November 30, 1999 by Virgin Records. A limited edition was released with a bonus disc featuring remixes and rare b-sides. A European edition was also released with an interview CD featuring Belinda providing answers to over 40 questions sent in by fans.

  12. B-Side Babies!

    B-Side Babies! (1994)


    B-Side Babies is a compilation album showcasing old b-sides from Adam and the Ants and Adam Ant's solo work.

  13. Simply The Best

    Simply The Best (1905)


    Simply The Best is the fourth and most recent compilation album by Art Garfunkel, released in 1998. The album features the majority of Garfunkel's hit songs.

  14. The Best Of A Flock Of Seagulls

    The Best Of A Flock Of Seagulls (1905)


    The Best of A Flock of Seagulls is a compilation album by new wave band A Flock of Seagulls, released in 1991 by Jive Records.

  15. Brothers Gonna Work It Out

    Brothers Gonna Work It Out (1998)


    Brothers Gonna Work It Out is a compilation album by English big beat duo The Chemical Brothers, containing various artists' work mixed by the duo. It was released on 22 September 1998. The cover features a picture of Our Lady of Fatima church in Harlow. The quote "the brother's gonna work it out" comes from a track by Willie Hutch and is also featured in the duo's earlier track "Leave Home".

  16. Return To The Valley Of The Go-Go's

    Return To The Valley Of The Go-Go's (1994)


    Return to the Valley of The Go-Go's is The Go-Go's second compilation album, released in 1994. There were two versions of this compilation released, a single disc and a double disc version. All recordings found on the single disc are identical to those on the double.

  17. The Definitive Collection

    The Definitive Collection (1997)


    The Definitive Collection is a 1997 greatest hits compilation album of all the singles released by Cleveland, Ohio singer-songwriter Eric Carmen. It features five hits by the Raspberries, a power pop group which he led in the early 1970s. It also contains his versions of two major hits which he wrote for Shaun Cassidy, two popular songs from the movie Dirty Dancing, and his greatest hit, "All By Myself".

  18. The Legendary C.W. McCall

    The Legendary C.W. McCall


    The Legendary C. W. McCall is a greatest hits album released on audio cassette only by country musician C. W. McCall in 1991 (see 1991 in music), on the PolyGram label. It does not contain any songs that cannot be found on the most well-known "best of" releases from McCall, The Best of C. W. McCall and C. W. McCall's Greatest Hits. Several errors were made in the track listing; for instance, "Black Bear Road" was listed as "Black Beer Road", while "Crispy Critters" was given the title "Crispy Critter".

  19. I Feel The Earth Move

    I Feel The Earth Move (1989)


    I Feel the Earth Move is a greatest hits compilation album by Martika released only in Germany in 1998.

  20. My Early Burglary Years

    My Early Burglary Years (1998)


    My Early Burglary Years is a compilation album by Morrissey that was released in September of 1998 in the United States on Reprise Records. It follows in the tradition of his previous compilation albums Bona Drag and World of Morrissey in that it collects various single a-sides and b-sides, some album tracks, live tracks and previously unreleased material.

  21. Believe

    Believe (1998)


    Believe is a Japanese compilation spotlighting the four Savatage albums that have been released in Japan on the Zero label. The album was intended to keep Savatage material on display in Japanese music stores. Although the song Believe was not released on a Zero record in Japan, the band felt it was vital for it to be included on the record, and subsequently it was.

  22. Return Of The Vampire

    Return Of The Vampire (2007)


    Return Of The Vampire is a compilation album of rare demo tracks by Mercyful Fate recorded before their first, official release in 1982. It is released in 1992 by Roadrunner Records RRD 9184.

  23. True To The Tone

    True To The Tone (1905)


    True to the Tone is a compilation album released by Ganggajang in 1995. Songs are mostly from their first two studio albums.

  24. Hits Unlimited

    Hits Unlimited (1995)


    Hits Unlimited was the fourth album from 2 Unlimited and the last to feature Ray Slijngaard and Anita Doth. It was a greatest hits package featuring 16 songs: 13 previous singles and 3 new ones. The album was certified gold in the Netherlands

  25. A Collection 1984-1989

    A Collection 1984-1989 (1905)


    A Collection 1984–1989 is a 1995 greatest hits compilation of her by Jane Siberry. It was released in Canada and the United States. Later that year, the compilation Summer in the Yukon was released in the United Kingdom.

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