1999 compilation albums

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  1. Beautiful Girls

    Beautiful Girls (1996)


  2. SLC Punk!

    SLC Punk! (1998)


    SLC Punk! is a 1998 American comedy-drama film written and directed by James Merendino. The film is about the young punk rock fan Steven "Stevo" Levy, a college graduate living in Salt Lake City. The character is portrayed as a stereotype of an anarchist punk in the mid-1980s. Many events and characters in the movie are allegedly based on real life, although they may have been exaggerated.

  3. The Neil Diamond Collection

    The Neil Diamond Collection (2003)


    The Neil Diamond Collection is a 1999 compilation album by Neil Diamond. In 2003, the album was ranked number 222 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

  4. Greatest Hits

    Greatest Hits (1905)


    New Kids on the Block - Greatest Hits is the second greatest hits album by New Kids on the Block, and their seventh altogether. It was originally released on February 16, 1999 with hits from previous albums. On August 12, 2008, a new edition of Greatest Hits was released. This was the fourth hits album from the band featuring a new track list (eighteen in total).

  5. The Best Of Grace Slick

    The Best Of Grace Slick (1974)


    The Best of Grace Slick is a compilation album of Grace Slick's work, focusing mostly on work with Jefferson Airplane, Jefferson Starship and Starship. One unreleased track from the No Protection sessions appears on this compilation.

  6. Ultra Hit Tracks

    Ultra Hit Tracks (1999)


    Ultra Hit Tracks is a mini compilation album released by Australian pop duo Savage Garden. The decision for the album's release was made after the success of Truly Madly Deeply – Ultra Rare Tracks, a compilation album issued in Japan in 1998. In 1999, Sony decided to release a similar album, this time containing five of the group's biggest hits. The compilation failed to sell more than 3,000 copies, however, a third Japanese compilation album was subsequently issued in 2000.

  7. Story Of A Life

    Story Of A Life (1999)


    Story of a Life is the third posthumous compilation album released featuring Harry Chapin, released in 1999 (see 1999 in music). It was released as a box set containing 3 CDs and a 76-page booklet.

  8. 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.

  9. Music Bank

    Music Bank (1999)


    Music Bank is a box set compilation album of a large variety of songs including unreleased demos, hit singles, and two new songs produced by Alice in Chains. It was released on October 26, 1999 on Columbia Records.

  10. Blues

    Blues (1999)


    Blues is a Blues Rock compilation album by Eric Clapton released in 1999. The release features songs from Clapton's 1970s RSO albums, as well as some unreleased material from the same era. The second disc features live recordings.

  11. Synchronistic Wanderings

    Synchronistic Wanderings (1999)


    Synchronistic Wanderings is a compilation album by American rock singer Pat Benatar. Spanning three discs, it is a box set chronicling her career from 1979 to 1999 - twenty years. Included are soundtrack contributions, b-sides, studio outtakes, previously unreleased songs, and rarities, as well as well-known singles - overall, it adds up to fifty-three tracks total. The booklet chronicles her career, discussing her ups and downs and giving additional commentary and background on most of the included songs from Benatar and husband Neil Giraldo.

  12. Afterglow

    Afterglow (1999)


    Afterglow is a Crowded House compilation album, released in 1999. It includes a selection of rarities and outtakes. The tracks were recorded between 1985 and 1994. Seven of the songs were originally recorded for the Woodface album before Tim Finn became involved. The song "Left Hand" appears on Crowded House's live album Special Edition Live Album.

  13. Party Doll and Other Favorites

    Party Doll and Other Favorites (1999)


    Party Doll and Other Favorites is the title of American country music singer Mary Chapin Carpenter's first compilation album. It was released in 1999 on the Columbia Records label and comprises a mix of her greatest hits, several album cuts, and newly recorded tracks. The collection is notable for using live or special event recordings in place of the studio cuts in several cases, others like "I Feel Lucky" and "He Thinks He'll Keep Her" are the original album versions. Of the new material, "Almost Home" and "Wherever You Are" were both released as singles, respectively reaching #22 and #55 on the Billboard country charts in 1999.

  14. Decks, EFX & 909

    Decks, EFX & 909 (1999)


    Decks, EFX & 909 is an influential Detroit techno compilation album mixed by Richie Hawtin. The album is also known to as "DE9", the header for used for all his subsequent releases, such as DE9: Transitions.

  15. My Favourites

    My Favourites (2009)


    My Favourites is the third compilation album by German singer Sandra, released in 1999.

  16. The Collection

    The Collection (1998)


    The Collection is a compilation album by Spandau Ballet. It was released in 1999 by EMI.

  17. Dreamscapes

    Dreamscapes (1999)


    Dreamscapes is a limited edition eight-CD set of rare Alphaville recordings, released in 1999. It features 124 tracks with a total playing time of around 9.5 hours. 43 of the songs had never been available before, and all of the remainder had been remixed.

  18. Araba

    Araba (2008)


    Araba is the first internationally released album released in 1999 of the Turkish pop singer Mustafa Sandal.

  19. 3 Vulgar Videos From Hell

    3 Vulgar Videos From Hell (1999)


    3 Vulgar Videos from Hell is a DVD released in 1999, and re-released in 2006 by the heavy metal band Pantera. This DVD combines all three of the band's previous home videos (Cowboys from Hell: The Videos, Vulgar Video and 3 Watch It Go) and features music videos, live performances, appearances, interviews and footage of the band on tour and in the studio from mid 1989 to early 1997.

  20. The Trilogy Vinyl

    The Trilogy Vinyl (2000)


    The Trilogy Vinyl is a compilation of three albums by American sludge metal band Melvins, The Maggot, The Bootlicker, and The Crybaby, which were released one after another in a series, within a timespan of one year, with similar album covers. It was released exactly the same day that The Crybaby was released. The compilation lists that every song from all three albums is present, though it is not.

  21. The Ego Has Landed

    The Ego Has Landed (2002)


    The Ego Has Landed is a compilation album by English pop singer Robbie Williams. After the success of Williams around the world (especially in Europe), Williams was signed to Capitol Records in the United States, which is a part of EMI, the album was released in May 1999 in the United States and Canada, and later issued worldwide. It is not classed as one of his own solo albums as it was a compilation of his first two albums. It was his American debut album, combining tracks from his two official UK studio albums at the time, Life Thru A Lens and I've Been Expecting You. The title is a parody of the famous transmission, "The Eagle Has Landed," from the first manned spacecraft to land on the moon.

  22. Sons Of Satan Gather For Attack

    Sons Of Satan Gather For Attack (1999)


    Sons of Satan Gather for Attack is a split album between Dimmu Borgir and Old Man's Child. It is actually a compilation of two EPs: Dimmu Borgir's Devil's Path, and Old Man's Child's In the Shades of Life. It was originally released in 1999 as Devil's Path/In the Shades of Life by Hammerheart Records. In 2004, it was re-released by Candlelight Records with a new name.

  23. BBC Sessions

    BBC Sessions (1999)


    BBC Sessions is a blues-orientated rock album by Rory Gallagher, released in 1999. The album was compiled from live recordings made at the BBC by Gallagher's brother Donal, and released posthumously.

  24. Polaroid

    Polaroid (1999)


    Polaroid' is a 1999 b-side album released by Phantom Planet. It was released between their debut album Is Missing, released in 1998, and The Guest, which was released in 2002. The songs on the record are culled from the recording process of Is Missing. It is available only through the band's fan club.

  25. Jack Kerouac Reads On The Road

    Jack Kerouac Reads On The Road (1999)


    Jack Kerouac Reads On the Road is a compilation album by American novelist and poet Jack Kerouac. The centrepiece of the record is a 28-minute recitation by Kerouac from his book On the Road that was recorded on an acetate disc in the 1950s but thought lost for decades, and had only recently been rediscovered at the time of release. Other tracks feature Kerouac singing renditions of Jazz hits from the 1920s, '30s and '40s alongside songs and poems of his own composition.

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