2001 compilation albums

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  1. HIStory - Past, Present & Future, Book I

    HIStory - Past, Present & Future, Book I (1995)


    HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I (usually shortened to HIStory) is the ninth overall studio album and his fifth under Epic Records by American recording artist Michael Jackson. It was released on June 16, 1995 by Epic Records. This is Jackson's first album on his own label, MJJ Productions, and consists of two discs: the first disc (HIStory Begins) is a compilation of some of his greatest hits from 1979 onward, while the second disc (HIStory Continues) is a studio album composed entirely of new material. The majority of the second disc's tracks were written and produced by Jackson, often in conjunction with collaborators.

  2. Between the Valley of the Ultra Pussy

    Between the Valley of the Ultra Pussy (2006)


    Between the Valley of the Ultra Pussy is an album of industrial remixes of Faster Pussycat songs from the late 1980s and early 1990s, released after they reunited for a tour in 2001. Lead singer Taime Downe had always favored industrial rock and had been recording in that style since Faster Pussycat's break-up.

  3. The Good Times

    The Good Times (2001)


    The Good Times is the debut studio album by hip hop artist Afroman. It was released after his record deal with Universal Records, and comprises of material taken from his previous independent releases. It contains his two hit singles: "Because I Got High" and "Crazy Rap", along with his other popular songs from his two albums. The song "Mississippi" is different on this album than on the original version. The album was certified gold in the United States on October 24th, 2001 by the RIAA.

  4. I Need You

    I Need You (2001)


    I Need You is the third compilation album from American recording artist LeAnn Rimes. The ten-track album was first released on January 30, 2001, through Curb Records to help satisfy Rimes' recording contract obligations during litigation with the label and her management. Rimes publicly disowned the release just days after its release, causing the album to be discontinued. The album was then re-issued on March 26, 2002, with four additional tracks and a new recording: "Light the Fire Within". In 2008, the album was released as a package with Rimes' debut album, Blue (1996).

  5. Love, Whitney

    Love, Whitney (1905)


    Love, Whitney is a compilation album by Whitney Houston, released in the UK in 2001 (see 2001 in music). It was the follow-up to Houston's multi-platinum greatest hits collection Whitney: The Greatest Hits (2000). Love, Whitney is a collection of ballads that have become her trademark over the years and includes a collection of nine top twenty hits.

  6. The Very Best of 1990-2000

    The Very Best of 1990-2000 (2001)


    The Very Best of 1990–2000 is a 2001 compilation album by Sarah Brightman. It features songs from the albums produced by Frank Peterson. Also notable is that the Richard Marx collaboration, "The Last Words You Said", makes its debut in the UK, as it was previously available only on the U.S. version of Eden.

  7. Ultimate Collection

    Ultimate Collection (2001)


    Ultimate Collection is a compilation album by dancehall/reggae artist Buju Banton released in 2001 (see 2001 in music).

  8. 2002

    2002 (2001)


    2002 is the first compilation album by rap group Tha Dogg Pound. It is made up of unreleased material recorded by Tha Dogg Pound while they were signed on to Death Row Records, remixed and updated by then-head producer Cold 187um. Tha Dogg Pound were signed to Dillinger's D.P.G. Recordz and released their own album that year called Dillinger & Young Gotti. The album title is meant to imply it is a sequel or response of sorts to Dr. Dre's 2001 and the song 'Just Doggin' was advertised as being produced by Dr Dre. Whether Dr Dre did produce the track, or not, is currently unknown.

  9. Then And Now

    Then And Now (2009)


    Then and Now is David Cassidy's sixteenth solo album, released in 2002. It became a big hit in the UK, where it reached #5 in the album charts. It contains new recordings of songs previously released in other albuns.

  10. Classics

    Classics (2001)


    Classics is Sarah Brightman's 2001 album, between La Luna and Encore. It consists in part of previously released material, such as "Time to Say Goodbye" and "Pie Jesu", and new titles such as "Ave Maria" and "Recuerdos de la Alhambra". Entertainment Weekly, although calling Brightman a "stronger song stylist than a singer", gave the album a grade of B-. Classics was re-released in the Europe as Classics: The Best of Sarah Brightman in 2006. The European edition has the same cover art, but a different track listing.

  11. The Bedroom Sessions

    The Bedroom Sessions (2001)


    The Bedroom Sessions by Faithless was released with the 123rd issue of Mixmag in August 2001. It was compiled by Sister Bliss, Rollo Armstrong and Maxi Jazz of Faithless.

  12. International Superhits

    International Superhits (2001)


    International Superhits! is a compilation album by the American punk rock band Green Day. It was released on November 13, 2001 through Reprise Records. The compilation features the major singles that the band has released, from Dookie (1994), the group's third studio album, to its most recent album at the time, Warning (2000). It also includes two previously unreleased tracks, "Maria" and "Poprocks & Coke". It also contains "J.A.R. (Jason Andrew Relva)", a single released on the soundtrack to the film Angus in 1995, not appearing on any of Green Day's studio albums.

  13. The Golden Wishes

    The Golden Wishes (2001)


    The Golden Wishes is the first official box-set by Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish, released due the existence of several unofficial box-sets, that were being sold at European countries. It contains the first three of Nightwish's albums: Angels Fall First, Oceanborn and Wishmaster, on LP versions. It also brings a bonus LP with other six tracks in two sides.

  14. Buffalo Springfield

    Buffalo Springfield (2007)


    Buffalo Springfield is a compilation album released as a double LP in late 1973 by Buffalo Springfield. It features a 9 minute version of "Bluebird" unavailable elsewhere. It has never been issued on compact disc.

  15. XX

    XX (2001)


    XX (pronounced Double X) is the fourth album and the first on a major label by the alternative metal band Mushroomhead, released in 2001. It was originally released through Eclipse Records, where Mushroomhead took classic tracks and re-recorded them. XX was entirely re-recorded and re-released on Universal Records later in the year. XX contains tracks from the band's three independently released albums – Mushroomhead, Superbuick and M3.

  16. Alone In Iz World

    Alone In Iz World (2011)


    Alone in Iz World is an album by the Hawaiian musician Israel Kamakawiwo'ole released in 2001, 4 years after his death in 1997. The album has charted on several of Billboard’s album charts. These are:

  17. Greatest Hits

    Greatest Hits (2001)


    Greatest Hits is a 2001 compilation album by The Cure. The band's relationship with longtime label Fiction Records came to a close, and The Cure were obliged to release one final album for the label. Robert Smith agreed to release a greatest hits album under the condition that he could choose the tracks himself. The band also recorded a special studio album released as a bonus disc to some versions of the album. The disc, titled Acoustic Hits, is the eighteen songs from the North American release re-recorded using acoustic guitars.

  18. Visions Of Ibiza

    Visions Of Ibiza (2001)


    Visions of Ibiza is a 2CD set compiled by Chicane, released in 2001 under Beechwood Music Ltd.

  19. Love Songs

    Love Songs (2001)


    Love Songs is a compilation album by R&B artist, Babyface that contains songs from his first four studio albums: Lovers (1986), Tender Lover (1989), For the Cool in You (1993), The Day (1996).

  20. Global Underground 021: Moscow

    Global Underground 021: Moscow


    Global Underground 021: Deep Dish, Moscow is a DJ mix album in the Global Underground series, compiled and mixed by Deep Dish in 2001. It is a retrospective of a set they played at Club XIII. The Compilation reached #8 Top Heatseekers, #13 Top Electronic Albums, #31 Independent Albums. 021 is also the area code of Tehran, where Sharam of Deep Dish was born. The back of the CD case states, "This CD is dedicated to all innocent people whose lives have been destroyed by extremists."

  21. Fantastic Voyage: The Greatest Hits

    Fantastic Voyage: The Greatest Hits (2001)


    Fantastic Voyage: The Greatest Hits is a compilation album by rapper Coolio, released in 2001.

  22. Looking for the Perfect Beat 1980-1985

    Looking for the Perfect Beat 1980-1985 (2001)


    Looking for the Perfect Beat: 1980-1985 is a compilation album by hip hop musician Afrika Bambaataa.

  23. Love, Janis

    Love, Janis


    Love, Janis is a collection, released in 2001, of Janis Joplin's performances interspersed with readings of her personal letters to her family throughout her career. It is a companion to the stage show of the same title and the book by Joplin's sister Laura.

  24. The Secret Jewel Box

    The Secret Jewel Box (2001)


    The Secret Jewel Box is a ten-CD box set, a collection of music by guitarist Steve Vai, released in 2001. Vai's website describes it as "not a compilation of Vai's catalog, but rather something far more conceptual. The series includes soundtracks, rarities, outtakes and oddities, out of print albums, Vai’s recordings with Frank Zappa and with early bands Alcatrazz and The Classified, acoustic piano interpretations of Vai songs, even an eclectic audio art project."

  25. Masters Of Rock

    Masters Of Rock (2008)


    Masters Of Rock is a Sammy Hagar compilation album released in the UK. It is notable in that it includes a live version of "Space Station #5" previously only found on the UK-released live album Loud & Clear. The track listing also incorrectly spells "Urban Guerilla" as "Gorilla".

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