1997 compilation albums

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  1. Bonfire

    Bonfire (1997)


    Bonfire is a 5 disc box set* by Australian band AC/DC, released in 1997, and remastered with a release in Digipak format in 2003. It was created as a tribute to the band's earlier singer Bon Scott and included the two disc soundtrack to the movie Let There be Rock, some early unreleased tracks, a live recording from the Atlantic Records studio in New York and a remastered version of Back in Black.

  2. Second-Hand Smoke

    Second-Hand Smoke (1997)


    Second-hand Smoke is a compilation album by the band Sublime. It was released in 1997 following the death of lead singer Bradley Nowell the year before. Although this is technically a compilation album, it features some unreleased material as well as recycled and remixed versions of previous tracks. It is also regarded as their final album. Even though the surviving members of Sublime (Eric Wilson and Bud Gaugh) stated that the band would not make any more albums after Nowell's death, which would result in the band's breakup, MCA bound them by their contract and made the remaining members follow out their contract with the next 3 albums. Instead of recording more albums with Sublime, Wilson and Gaugh would record together in their later projects Long Beach Dub Allstars and Sublime with Rome.

  3. Truly The Love Songs

    Truly The Love Songs (1997)


    Truly: The Love Songs is Lionel Richie's second compilation album, released in 1997. The international version included the tracks "My Destiny", "Don't Wanna Lose You", "Ballerina Girl", "Still in Love", and "Oh No". Many of the tracks included on this album were performed with the Commodores.

  4. A Box Of Dreams

    A Box Of Dreams (1997)


    A Box of Dreams is a collection by Irish musician Enya, released in 1997. This limited-edition boxed set contains three discs titled Oceans, Clouds and Stars. The box contains 46 tracks, from the 1987 debut album Enya up to the 1997 compilation album Paint the Sky with Stars.

  5. 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.

  6. The Very Best Of 1990-1997

    The Very Best Of 1990-1997 (2007)


    The Very Best Of 1990-1997 is a compilation album by Sweden-based Nigerian artist Dr. Alban released on June 30, 1997

  7. You're The Inspiration: A Collection

    You're The Inspiration: A Collection (1905)


    You're the Inspiration: A Collection (1997) is largely a compilation of music artist Peter Cetera's duets, though it does feature remakes of the songs "You're the Inspiration," "If You Leave Me Now," and "Baby What a Big Surprise" which he had previously written and recorded with the group Chicago. The songs "Do You Love Me That Much" and "She Doesn't Need Me Anymore" are notable as they are the only new songs written for this album.

  8. Unchained Melody: The Early Years

    Unchained Melody: The Early Years (1997)


    Unchained Melody: The Early Years is a compilation album by American country singer LeAnn Rimes, released in the United States on February 11, 1997 (see 1997 in music) by Curb Records. Due to high sales of her debut album, Blue, the album consists of tracks recorded previously to Blue (tracks one, two and five through nine were taken from Rimes' independent album, under Nor Va Jak label, All That (1994).) "Unchained Melody" (originally by The Righteous Brothers) was released on a single as a B-side track with "Put a Little Holiday in Your Heart" at Target stores during the 1996 Christmas season along side Rimes' debut album. The album contains cover versions of "I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart" by Patsy Montana, "Blue Moon of Kentucky" by Bill Monroe, "I Will Always Love You" by Dolly Parton, "Yesterday" by The Beatles. The album has been certified 2× Platinum for shipments of two million copies in the United States.

  9. 3 Watch It Go

    3 Watch It Go (1997)


    3 Watch It Go is the third video by heavy metal band Pantera. It was released on VHS format, through Elektra Records, in 1999. This video featuring various footages and also includes music videos for "Planet Caravan", "I'm Broken", "5 Minutes Alone" from Far Beyond Driven (1994), and for "Drag the Waters" from The Great Southern Trendkill (1996).

  10. The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection

    The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection (1997)


    The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection is a compilation album by classical crossover soprano Sarah Brightman. All of the tracks on this album are previously available on other albums. The album has sold 787,000 copies in the U.S.

  11. Sci-Fi Lullabies

    Sci-Fi Lullabies (1997)


    Sci-Fi Lullabies is a compilation album by English alternative rock band Suede, consisting of B-sides from the singles that were released from the band's first three albums.

  12. The Remixes

    The Remixes (1997)


    The Remixes is the first compilation album released by Colombian-born musician Shakira. The album contains extended versions and remixes of her previous singles. The album also includes additional versions in Portuguese. The album is one of the best selling remix albums worldwide, and is currently the best-selling latin remix album in the world. The RIAA has certified the album 2x Disco de Platino for shipments of 200,000 in the United States. The album has sold a total of one million copies worldwide.

  13. The Ultimate Collection

    The Ultimate Collection (1997)


    The Ultimate Collection is a compact disc by Gladys Knight and The Pips, released on Motown Records, catalogue MOTD 0826, in October of 1997. It is a collection of singles comprising many of the group's greatest hits, with liner notes written by Ruth Adkins Robinson.

  14. Those Were The Days

    Those Were The Days (1997)


    Those Were the Days is a retrospective compilation of the music of Cream, released on September 23, 1997.

  15. Galore

    Galore (1997)


    Galore: The Singles 1987-1997 is the second singles compilation by The Cure. It contains singles from the years 1987–1997. The song "Wrong Number" is the only new song on the album.

  16. Featuring... Ice Cube

    Featuring... Ice Cube (1997)


    Featuring...Ice Cube is a compilation album released by Ice Cube in 1997. The material featured on the compilation spans a length of about seven years. The earliest tracks are taken from the 1990 album AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted while "Bend a Corner Wit Me" was a brand new release at the time. The compilation was released while Ice Cube was enjoying notoriety from his recent success with Westside Connection. Despite the title, several of the tracks were originally released on Ice Cube's studio albums and featured other artists.

  17. Gitarzan

    Gitarzan (2009)


    Gitarzan is a low-budget collection of nine songs that were previously recorded by Ray Stevens for the record labels of Monument and Barnaby. Of the nine selections, "Alley Oop" only served as an album cut.

  18. Anthology

    Anthology (1998)


  19. First Rays Of The New Rising Sun

    First Rays Of The New Rising Sun (1905)


    First Rays of the New Rising Sun is a "concept compilation" attempting to recreate the album Jimi Hendrix was working on at the time of his death in 1970, as closely as is feasible to how he would have wanted it (based on recordings and notes he made during the last months of his life). After its release in 1997, the album reached #49 in the US and #37 in the UK.

  20. Big Thangs

    Big Thangs (1997)


    Big Thangs is a compilation presented by American rapper and producer, Ant Banks. It was released July 8, 1997 on Priority Records. The album contains no tracks on which Ant Banks himself raps but instead is a compilation of tracks that Ant Banks produced and composed, performed by various West Coast rap artists. It peaked at number 4 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and at number 20 on the Billboard 200.

  21. No Promises

    No Promises (1997)


    No Promises is a compilation album by Australian rock band, Icehouse.

  22. The Singles Box

    The Singles Box (1996)


    Alanis Morissette – The Singles Box, commonly abbreviated as just The Singles Box, is an Alanis Morissette box set that includes five of her six singles from 1995's Jagged Little Pill: "Ironic", Hand in My Pocket, Head over Feet, You Learn and "You Oughta Know", as well as live tracks and alternate versions of JLP tracks spread across five maxi CDs. Also included in the box set was a short booklet of Alanis photos and other extras, including a note written by Morissette herself to her Australian fans.

  23. Direction, Reaction, Creation

    Direction, Reaction, Creation (1997)


    Direction Reaction Creation is an anthology released by the British punk rock band, The Jam, in 1997. It includes 117 tracks over 5 discs, including all of the songs from their singles (although the A sides are present in the studio versions only) and six studio albums. Songs marked with * indicate a Paul Weller solo recording.

  24. My Body The Hand Grenade

    My Body The Hand Grenade (1997)


    My Body, the Hand Grenade is a compilation album by alternative rock band Hole that includes b-sides, demo recordings, live songs, and other rarities and unreleased tracks by the band. It was released on October 28, 1997 through the band's European label, City Slang Records, who had previously released their singles "Teenage Whore" in 1991 and "Beautiful Son" in 1993.

  25. Klang Box

    Klang Box (1997)


    Klang Box was a special-edition boxed set compilation of music by Kraftwerk, issued in the UK in May 1997 as a promotional item ahead of Kraftwerk's 24 May appearance at the Tribal Gathering Festival, held at Luton Hoo, England.

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