De 3 LP set Het Mooiste en Het Beste bevat naast alle grote hits uit de periode 1980-1997, zoals "Linda", "Zwart-Wit", "Paradijs", "Doe Iets", "Welkom in Utopia" en "Kronenburg Park", ook een aantal minder bekende fan favorites zoals "Ze Geeft Om Mij", "Muze", "De Piano Van Beethoven" en "Twee Mannen Zo Stil", een samenwerking met Stef Bos.
The Live Adventures of Mike Bloomfield and Al Kooper is a double album recorded at the Fillmore West venue in San Francisco. The album is the follow-up to the studio album Super Session [MOVLP1530] which included both Bloomfield and Kooper in addition to Stephen Stills, and had achieved commercial and critical success earlier in 1968.
Black Swan is a 2010 American psychological thriller film directed by Darren Aronofsky and starring Natalie Portman, Vincent Cassel, Mila Kunis and Winona Ryder. The original score for the film was composed by Clint Mansell, an English musician, composer, and former lead singer of the band Pop Will Eat Itself.
Rap duo Havoc and Prodigy aka Mobb Deep from Queensbridge, Queens, New York returned in 2001 with their 5th album. Resurfacing, after recording Murda Muzik [MOVLP1663], this time they approached the rap-scene differently, moving away from the minimalistic stripped-down heavy violence hip/hop.
Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes From A Memory is the fifth studio album by American progressive Metal/Rock band Dream Theater. Originally released in 1999, it was recorded at BearTracks Studios in New York, where the band had previously recorded their second studio album Images And Words [MOVLP780] and the EP A Change of Seasons.
Thirty years ago, director Rob Reiner chose the picturesque town of Brownsville, Oregon as the filming location for his classic coming-of-age story, Stand By Me. The classic original soundtrack is crammed with early rock & roll hits ("Yakety Yak", "Lollipop" & "Great Balls of Fire" etc.) and still sounds very alive today, decades after they were originally recorded.
Fred Wesley is an American jazz and funk trombonist, best known for his work with James Brown in the 60s and 70s. The LP is called Wuda Cuda Shuda because of all the excuses that were made up for not doing it sooner. This LP, as it is with the Fred Wesley Band, is an eclectic collection of rhythms.