2009 EPs

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  1. My World

    My World (2009)


    My World is the first release by Canadian singer Justin Bieber. It is considered to be the first part of a two-part debut release. My World, being the first part is considered an extended play standalone. It was released on November 17, 2009, via Island Records, and its follow up was released on March 23, 2010. Bieber worked a variety of producers and writers such as his mentor, Usher, Tricky Stewart, The-Dream, Midi Mafia and more. The songs are mostly inspired by teen romance and typical coming of age situations, and musically the album is R&B influenced pop.

  2. The Time Of Our Lives

    The Time Of Our Lives (2009)


    The Time of Our Lives is the first extended play (EP) by American recording artist Miley Cyrus. The EP was released on August 28, 2009 by Hollywood Records, initially as a United States' Wal-Mart exclusive. With alterations in artwork and track listing, an international edition was issued October 16, 2009. The Time of Our Lives was conceived as a release to accompany Cyrus' newly launched apparel line with Max Azria. The tracks on the EP were primarily composed by John Shanks and Dr. Luke, who also produced their respective cuts. Cyrus co-wrote one out of seven songs on The Time of Our Lives; one is a cover and another is a live rendition. Musically, the uptempo tracks on the record are in the pop rock and dance-pop genres while ballads are largely soft rock. Lyrically, it explores the themes of romantic relationships, among other subjects.

  3. Mistake

    Mistake (2009)


    "Mistake" is a song by American electronica musician Moby, released as the third single from his ninth studio album, Wait for Me. It was released worldwide on September 14, 2009. The official music video is animated by Robert Powers, however, many others have been created.

  4. The Fame Monster

    The Fame Monster (2009)


    The Fame Monster is the third EP by American recording artist Lady Gaga. It was released on November 18, 2009 through Interscope Records. Initially planned to be included on a re-release of Gaga's debut studio album, The Fame, she announced that the eight tracks would be included on a standalone release, saying that she thought the re-release was too expensive and that the albums were each conceptually different, describing them as Yin and yang respectively. A Super Deluxe edition of The Fame Monster including The Fame and additional merchandise, including a lock of her wig, was released on December 15, 2009.

  5. Art Of Revolution

    Art Of Revolution (2009)


    Art of Revolution is an EP by American electronic music artist Bassnectar, released in 2009 on Amorphous Music.

  6. MTV Unplugged

    MTV Unplugged (2009)


    MTV Unplugged is the first live album by American singer-songwriter Katy Perry, and was released by Capitol in the United States on November 17, 2009. The two disc CD/DVD package comprises stripped-down songs performed by Perry for MTV on July 22, 2009, in New York City as part of the MTV Unplugged series. The album features rearranged takes on Perry's hit songs like "I Kissed a Girl", "Waking Up in Vegas", and "Thinking of You," as well as two brand-new songs, Perry's version of Fountains of Wayne's "Hackensack" and an original song, "Brick By Brick." The DVD also features exclusive interview footage. In Brazil, unlike the US, it was released in DVD/CD format instead of CD/DVD format.

  7. About You Now

    About You Now (2009)


    About You Now is the debut solo remix extended play (EP) by American actress and singer Miranda Cosgrove, released by Columbia Records and Nickelodeon Records to iTunes on February 3, 2009. The extended play was released as a promotional tool, and was not to be taken as her official musical debut. The album was used to promote Cosgrove's single of the same name, released in the final quarter of 2008. Aside from featuring remixes of previous promotional singles of Cosgrove's, the album also featured two tracks, "FYI" and "Party Girl". It is a cover of the Sugababes hit single of the same name.

  8. All The Right Wrongs

    All The Right Wrongs (2009)


    All the Right Wrongs is the debut EP by American singer-songwriter Emily Osment. The extended play album was released on October 26, 2009, by Wind-up Records. Osment began work on the EP in mid-2008, while filming episodes of the Disney Channel series Hannah Montana. Osment worked with writers and producers such as Max Collins and Tony Fagenson, among others. Osment has stated that she feels she is different from most Disney artist because she feels she has "spunk", and that it can be seen on her album.

  9. Brand New Love Affair

    Brand New Love Affair (2009)


    Brand New Love Affair is the third EP by French singer Amanda Lear, released on November 23, 2009 in France. The Extended Play's release, which comprises three original songs, two covers, two remixes, and a megamix type medley of the EP's tracks, follows Lear's latest full studio album, Brief Encounters, which was recorded during the same period and released in Italy only.

  10. The Cherrytree Sessions

    The Cherrytree Sessions (2009)


    The Cherrytree Sessions is the first extended play (EP) by American recording artist Lady Gaga, released on February 3, 2009. It consists of two songs performed live from the offices of Cherrytree Records, known as The Cherrytree House, and a remix of "Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)" with an electric piano and beatboxing as its instrumental. The Cherrytree Sessions was initially released only through Borders stores and via digital download, before being reissued on CD in August 2010. A video of the live performances was published on the Cherrytree Records website. The EP received generally positive reviews from critics, who praised Gaga's vocal abilities.

  11. When Love Met Destruction

    When Love Met Destruction (2009)


    When Love Met Destruction is the second EP by American gothic metalcore band Motionless in White released under Tragic Hero Records on February 17, 2009.

  12. Christmastime

    Christmastime (2009)


    Christmastime is a Christmas themed extended play released by American rock music artist Bob Schneider. Released on November 24, 2009, the EP is available for purchase as a download or as a dual CD/mp3 package from the iTunes Store or Amazon.com.

  13. Thunder In The Sky

    Thunder In The Sky (2009)


    Thunder in the Sky is an EP released in 2009 by the heavy metal band Manowar, promoting the upcoming full-length album Hammer of the Gods.

  14. Hitmixes

    Hitmixes (2009)


    Hitmixes is the second extended play (EP) by American recording artist Lady Gaga, released on August 25, 2009. Featuring remixes of songs from Gaga's debut album, The Fame (2008), the album was only released in Canada, by Universal Music Canada. Hitmixes features mixes from various musicians, including RedOne and Space Cowboy, who previously worked with Gaga. The EP hosts 1980s-influenced and house remixes. Hitmixes received positive reviews from the Calgary Herald and Blare Magazine, and peaked at number eight on the Canadian Albums Chart.

  15. An Introduction To Ellie Goulding

    An Introduction To Ellie Goulding (2010)


    An Introduction to Ellie Goulding is the debut extended play by English recording artist Ellie Goulding, released exclusively on iTunes and Zune on 20 December 2009 by Polydor Records. It was released shortly after Goulding was nominated for the BBC Sound of 2010 which she ultimately won.

  16. Pop The Glock

    Pop The Glock (2009)


    "Pop the Glock" is a single by French-American recording artist Uffie. The re-released single was released as a 12" vinyl on November 30, 2009. "Pop the Glock" was Uffie's first single and an international underground hit. It was originally released in early 2006 by Ed Banger Records on the Pop the Glock/Ready to Uff EP. The original release gained Uffie attention from the media, fans and critics alike and landed her a record deal with French electronic label Ed Banger Records. "Pop the Glock" was written by Uffie and produced by Feadz, and is in large-part based both lyrically and musically on Audio Two's "Top Billin".

  17. Hellcat

    Hellcat (2009)


    Hellcat is Meisa Kuroki's debut mini-album, released on April 8, 2009. It peaked at #9 on the weekly Oricon albums chart.

  18. Splitting The Atom

    Splitting The Atom (2009)


    Splitting the Atom is an EP by Massive Attack. It was released as a download on 4 October 2009, and on vinyl (limited to 1,000 copies worldwide) on 19 October 2009. The EP contains four new songs, two of which are remixes and all of which contain guest vocalists.

  19. Live At Twist & Shout

    Live At Twist & Shout (2009)


    Live at Twist & Shout is a live album by reggae artist Matisyahu released on August 25, 2009. The concert was recorded at a free Think Indie show in Denver, Colorado. The EP was packaged with some copies of the album Light. The song "Souls Will Rise" was dedicated to the victims of the 2008 Mumbai attacks.

  20. Devilish



    Devilish is an EP released by Anybody Killa.

  21. Lost Messengers: The Outtakes

    Lost Messengers: The Outtakes (2009)


    Lost Messengers: The Outtakes is August Burns Red's second EP, which was released on February 24, 2009, featuring B-sides and demos from their previous album, Messengers.

  22. The Open Door EP

    The Open Door EP (2009)


    The Open Door EP is an extended play by Washington band Death Cab for Cutie, comprising songs recorded during the Narrow Stairs sessions, and a demo version of the track "Talking Bird" from the album.

  23. Blood Bank

    Blood Bank (2009)


    Blood Bank is a 2009 EP by Bon Iver. It was released on January 20, 2009, and features four tracks, three of them recorded for the release. The album is a follow-up to Vernon's award-winning debut album For Emma, Forever Ago, released in 2008. The title track was written with the previous album but didn't "feel right" and was never released.

  24. Phantom Bride EP

    Phantom Bride EP (2009)


    Phantom Bride is a remix EP by Erasure. It was released by Mute Records on CD and download 12 October 2009) to commemorate the release of the 21st anniversary edition of The Innocents.

  25. Coconuts, Plenty Of Junk Food

    Coconuts, Plenty Of Junk Food (2009)


    Coconuts, Plenty of Junk Food is an EP by CocoRosie, released on June 3, 2009. The EP was independently self-released and only available to be bought at CocoRosie’s 2009 Summer Tour.

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