East West Records albums

Posted Jan 17, 2012
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  1. Levert.Sweat.Gill

    Levert.Sweat.Gill (1997)


    Levert.Sweat.Gill is the debut studio album by R&B group LSG. It was released on November 11, 1997 by East West Records peaked at number 4 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and number 2 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. The album has been certified 2x Platinum by the RIAA.

  2. The Great Southern Trendkill

    The Great Southern Trendkill (1996)


    The Great Southern Trendkill is the eighth studio album by American heavy metal band Pantera, released on May 7, 1996 by EastWest Records. It reached number 4 on the Billboard 200 chart, and managed to stay on the chart for over 16 weeks. Due to tension and conflicts within the band, Phil Anselmo recorded the vocals alone at Trent Reznor's Nothing Studios in New Orleans while Dimebag Darrell, Rex Brown and Vinnie Paul recorded the music at Chasin Jason Studios in Dallas.

  3. Far Beyond Driven

    Far Beyond Driven (1994)


    Far Beyond Driven is the seventh studio album by American heavy metal band Pantera, released on March 22, 1994 by EastWest Records. The album is Pantera's fastest-selling album. The album peaked at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and was certified Platinum by the RIAA. Also, the album was certified Platinum by the Canadian Recording Industry Association. Far Beyond Driven is the first album by Pantera where the band's guitarist Darrell Abbott is credited as "Dimebag Darrell". The album is referenced in the Machine Head song "Aesthetics of Hate", the third track from the 2007 album The Blackening. The Japanese and the Driven Downunder Tour '94 Souvenir Collection editions contain a bonus thirteenth track, "The Badge", a Poison Idea cover. This cover was also featured on The Crow soundtrack.

  4. Pure Instinct

    Pure Instinct (1996)


    Pure Instinct is the thirteenth studio album by the German hard rock band Scorpions, released in 1996.

  5. Eye II Eye

    Eye II Eye (1999)


    Eye II Eye is the fourteenth studio album by German rock band Scorpions, released in 1999. It is a radical departure in that Eye II Eye is much more pop-oriented than their previous work, which alienated some fans, despite the single "Mysterious" reaching number 26 on the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. It is also the final Scorpions studio album to feature Ralph Rieckermann on bass guitar (unless one counts symphonic Moment Of Glory).

  6. Stars

    Stars (1991)


    Stars is the fourth album by British-based pop/soul/jazz band Simply Red, released in September 1991. Five singles were released from the album, including the UK top ten hits "Stars" and "For Your Babies". The album was a worldwide success, particularly in the band's home country where it has been certified twelve times platinum and was the best-selling album of the year in the UK for both 1991 and 1992, the first album to be the best-seller in two consecutive years since Simon & Garfunkel's Bridge over Troubled Water in 1970–71. As of February 2014 it is the 14th best-selling album of all time in the UK.

  7. Pieces of You

    Pieces of You (1995)


    Pieces of You is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Jewel, released on February 28, 1995 by Atlantic Recordings. The album was produced by Ben Keith, who has also produced works for artists such as Neil Young and Patsy Cline.

  8. Reinventing The Steel

    Reinventing The Steel (2000)


    Reinventing the Steel is the ninth and final studio album by American heavy metal band Pantera, released on March 21, 2000 by EastWest Records.

  9. Groove On

    Groove On (1994)


    Groove On is the second studio album by Gerald Levert. It was released on September 6, 1994 and reached number two on the US Top R&B Albums and number 18 on the US Billboard 200. The album is the follow-up to Levert's debut album, Private Line (1991). The first single from the album was the David Foster produced "I'd Give Anything", a cover of the 1993 song that was originally recorded by short lived country music group Boy Howdy. It was Levert's second top 40 crossover hit. The music video for the second single "How Many Times" was directed by actress Jada Pinkett. Two more singles included "Can't Help Myself" and "Answering Service".

  10. Hot Wire

    Hot Wire (1991)


    Hot Wire is the fifth studio album by the glam metal band Kix. It was released on July 9, 1991 on East West Records.

  11. God's Great Banana Skin

    God's Great Banana Skin (1998)


    God's Great Banana Skin is the twelfth studio album by Chris Rea, released in 1992. The album wasn't released in the USA, though some tracks later appeared on the US release of Rea's following album Espresso Logic.

  12. Clutch

    Clutch (1995)


    Clutch is the second full-length album by rock band Clutch. It was released in May 1995 on East West Records and is the band's best-selling album to date with total sales in the US at over 200,000 copies. The album is considered a staple of the 1990s stoner rock scene.

  13. The Blue Cafe

    The Blue Cafe (1998)


    The Blue Cafe is the fourteenth studio album by Chris Rea, released in 1998.

  14. Eden

    Eden (2006)


    Eden is the sixth album by English soprano Sarah Brightman, released in 1998 under license by Nemo Studios to Angel Records.

  15. Time to Say Goodbye

    Time to Say Goodbye (1997)


    Timeless, known as Time to Say Goodbye in the USA and Canada, is the fifth album by classical crossover soprano Sarah Brightman & the London Symphony Orchestra. The album went gold or platinum in 21 countries, selling over 1.4 million copies in the US alone, and topped the Billboard Classical Crossover chart in the US for 35 weeks. EMI's SACD 5.1 release of the album is also entitled Time to Say Goodbye and follows the American track listing.

  16. La Luna

    La Luna (2000)


    La Luna (Italian and Spanish for "the moon") is the seventh album recorded by English soprano Sarah Brightman in 2000. It was released under license by Nemo Studios to Angel Records. The album combines pieces written by classical and modern composers. The classical pieces are "How Fair This Place" ("Здесь хорошо") by Rachmaninov; "Figlio Perduto", which is based on Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 Op. 92, 2nd movement in A minor "Allegretto"; Solo Con Te (Handel - Dank Sei Dir, Herr); Aria "La Luna" from Opera Rusalka. With La Luna, Brightman combined elements of her traditional operatic background with her newer style of pop music. "Hijo de la Luna" (translating to "Son of the Moon" in Spanish) is a cover originally performed by the Spanish synthpop band Mecano. Written by Ennio Morricone, "La Califfa" is the title track of the 1970 Italian film with the same name. The underlying concept of the album is the moon. It is the 17th top-selling classical album of the 2000s in the US, according to Nielsen SoundScan, and is Brightman's second highest seller in the country after her 1997 release Timeless/Time to Say Goodbye. Aside from the US, the album experienced its strongest sales in Asia, where it received a quintuple platinum certification in Taiwan, earned Brightman's first Gold award in Japan and currently remains as the best-selling classical album of all-time in China by a non-Asian artist. It was certified Diamond by the Chinese Administration of Radio, Film, and Television.

  17. Love & Consequences

    Love & Consequences (1998)


    Love & Consequences is the third studio album by American R&B singer Gerald Levert. It was released on July 21, 1998 on East West Records. The album was a commercial success, peaking at #17 on the Billboard 200 chart and at #2 on the Top R&B Albums. In addition to his longtime collaborator, Edwin "Tony" Nicholas, Levert worked with more writers and producers including R. Kelly, Joe Little III of Rude Boys (whom Levert discovered) and Darrell "Delite" Allamby.

  18. Vision Thing

    Vision Thing (2006)


    Vision Thing is the third and, to date, final studio album by British gothic rock band The Sisters of Mercy, released in November 1990 on the band's own label Merciful Release. The album was designed by songwriter and singer Andrew Eldritch as an attack on the policies of the George H. W. Bush administration (the title comes from an oft-cited quote by Bush).

  19. Private Line

    Private Line (1991)


    Private Line is the debut solo album by Gerald Levert, following his tenure with the group LeVert. It was released on October 15, 1991, and reached number one on the Top R&B Albums chart where it spent two weeks in 1992. It also topped the Top Heatseekers album chart and peaked at #48 on the Billboard 200. It spawned four singles: the title track, "School Me (#3 R&B)," "Can U Handle It" (#9 R&B) and "Baby Hold On to Me" (a duet with his father, Eddie Levert). Both "Private Line" and "Baby Hold On to Me" were his only two solo singles to top the R&B Singles chart, with the latter being his first top 40 pop hit.

  20. Transnational Speedway League: Anthems, Anecdotes And Undeniable Truths

    Transnational Speedway League: Anthems, Anecdotes And Undeniable Truths (1993)


    Transnational Speedway League: Anthems, Anecdotes, and Undeniable Truths is the first full-length album by rock band Clutch. It was released on August 17, 1993 on East West Records. It received a parental advisory because of the repeated use of the word "motherfucker" in the song "Binge and Purge."

  21. Blue

    Blue (1998)


    Blue is the sixth studio album by Simply Red, released on East West Records on 19 May, 1998.

  22. Crocodile Shoes

    Crocodile Shoes (1994)


    Crocodile Shoes is an album by Jimmy Nail consisting of "original songs from the BBC Television serial" of the same name. It was released in 1994 by East West Records and peaked at number two on the UK Albums Chart. It was the Christmas number two album that year.

  23. The Road To Hell Part 2

    The Road To Hell Part 2 (1999)


    The Road to Hell: Part 2 is the fifteenth studio album by Chris Rea, released in 1999, ten years after the first The Road to Hell.

  24. Espresso Logic

    Espresso Logic (1994)


    Espresso Logic is the thirteenth studio album by Chris Rea, released in 1993. The US edition of the album has a significantly different track listing to other editions, as it also features two songs ("God's Great Banana Skin" and "Miles Is A Cigarette") from Rea's previous album, God's Great Banana Skin (not released in the US), along with "If You Were Me", a track recorded with Elton John for his 1993 Duets release. The cover art of the US edition is the same as the UK single "Espresso Logic". The song "Julia" was dedicated to his daughter Julia Christina, who was 4 years old at the time of the release of the album.

  25. Fly

    Fly (2006)


    Fly is the fourth album by classical crossover soprano Sarah Brightman. It is her second album with producer Frank Peterson and features collaborations with Tom Jones, Chris Thompson and Andrew Eldritch. Fly boasts a stronger pop and rock influence than Brightman's previous Broadway and operatic albums, and produced several hits in Europe including "A Question of Honour" and "Time to Say Goodbye".

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