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  • (The Photo Album) The Photo Album is the third studio album by indie rock band Death Cab for Cutie, released on October 9, 2001, on Barsuk Records.
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  • (Photo Album (Nickelback DVD)) Photo Album is a compilation DVD released in 2005 that contains all eight of Nickelback's music videos released up to that date. The first seven videos had already been released on the previous DVD The Videos.
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Cartes Postales: An Album for Postcards
Cartes Postales: An Album for Postcards
Now available in two sizes, these exquisite facsimiles of antique postcard albums unearthed at a Parisian flea market take us back to an era when postcards were small treasures from faraway lands. Featuring Art Nouveau textured and padded covers and original floral line art inside, these two Cartes Postales albums offer the perfect home for special postcards and photographs. Each can hold both 3-1/2 x 5-inch and 4 x 6-inch postcards or photographs; the small version holds 64 photos, and the large up to 192 photos. Die-cuts hold each photo neatly without adhesive. These are truly special keepsake albums for travelers, collectors, and photographers alike.

BEATLES Rock n Roll Music
BEATLES Rock n Roll Music
Rock 'n' Roll Music (album) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Rock 'n' Roll Music is a compilation album by The Beatles that consists of previously released Beatles tracks considered by many to be quintessential "rock and roll". The album was released in 7 June 1976, on Capitol Records (catalogue number SKBO 11537) in the United States and on Parlophone (PCSP 719) 10 June 1976 in the United Kingdom, and, at the time, some in the media speculated that the album was released to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the first meeting between John Lennon and Paul McCartney. If that was indeed the intention, EMI miscalculated, as the two actually first met in July 1957. The title, Rock 'n' Roll Music, presumably comes from the song of the same title by Chuck Berry, The Beatles' version of which is included on Side two of the album. The album is primarily made up of cover versions of songs written by significant rock and roll composers of the fifties, including Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Carl Perkins, and Larry Williams, although some notable Lennon–McCartney originals, such as "Drive My Car", "Revolution", "Back in the U.S.S.R." and "Get Back" are included on the album. Rock 'n' Roll Music was the first Beatles album to include "I'm Down", which had previously only been available as the B-side of the "Help!" single. Controversial album cover Controversy surrounded the album's artwork, which featured an embossed colour portrait of The Beatles against a shiny silver background with the album's title spelled out in what is presumed to be neon lights. Symbols of the 1950s were used on the inside of the album's gatefold sleeve, including a jukebox, an outdoor movie screen with a picture of Marilyn Monroe, a 1957 Chevrolet, a cheeseburger, and a glass of Coca-Cola. 1950s nostalgia was at a peak when the album was released and Capitol was clearly attempting to cash in on the trend. As The Beatles were a 60s band, the album cover prompted Beatles drummer Ringo Starr to complain to Rolling Stone that, "It made us look cheap and we never were cheap. All that Coca-Cola and cars with big fins was the Fifties!". Lennon was also critical of the cover and wrote an angry letter to Capitol Records saying it "looks like a Monkees reject" and instead suggested the use of photos by Astrid Kirchherr or Jurgen Vollmer who photographed the band during their Hamburg days.[2] Lennon had also offered to design the cover, but was declined.[3] Views This album is described as "troubled" by Beatles producer George Martin in his autobiography, as he was asked by Bhaskar Menon, the president of Capitol at the time to approve the tapes they intended to use, and he was "appalled" because they were some of the early twin-track mono tapes they had made and were going to be transferred to stereo for the issue. Instead of approving the album as it was presented to him, Martin filtered and remixed every track on the album. On the older tracks, "Twist And Shout", "I Saw Her Standing There", "I Wanna Be Your Man", "Boys" and "Roll Over Beethoven", Martin reversed the stereo, brought the vocal track away from the edge into the centre, and added a slight echo for a more modern sound. Some of the song editing is not clean: for example, you can hear the opening notes of the song "Dear Prudence" following the track "Back in the U.S.S.R.". Another can be found towards the end of "Birthday" where you hear Ringo's count-in to "Yer Blues". EMI Records in Britain refused to use Martins' remixed Capitol tapes, citing the Beatles' strict instructions that any re-issues had to be exactly as originally recorded; therefore, George Martin's remixes did not appear on the Rock and Roll Music album when released in the UK in 1976. The UK Parlophone double album PCSP 719 kept the original UK mixes including the five stereo mixes done for this album, The Long Tall Sally EP and I'm Down. In October 1980, the album was divided into two single albums, and released as budget LPs in both the United States and UK. Rock 'n' Roll Music: Volume 1 (US LP: Capitol SN-16020; UK LP: EMI/Music for Pleasure MFP 50506) contained the songs on sides one and two of the original album, while Rock 'n' Roll Music" Volume 2 (US LP: Capitol SN-16021; UK LP: EMI/Music for Pleasure MFP 50507) contained the songs on sides three and four. This time, the British release contained George Martin's remixed versions.[4] The 1980 UK budget releases used the American Capitol double album mixes SKBO 11537, the matrix on the MFP albums confirms this as: Vol 1 SKBO 11531 -A1 - 1 & B1 - 1 Vol 2 SBKO 11531 -A2 - 1 & B2 - 1 The budget-line albums featured new artwork, based on a picture of the group circa 1964-65. The US editions of the cover set the gro
Medieval Banquet
Medieval Banquet
These come in various shapes and sizes but are always a good feed. Always in a venue with a good atmosphere and sometimes themed according to where we are (such as the Welsh Banquet at Cardiff Castle), they can be more than just a good night out. Get dressed up in your feudal finery and make it a special celebration for the photo album or YouTube!
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