American Anthems II has three CDs of great rock repertoire that has stood the test of time. it includes tracks from Kiss, ZZ Top, Foreigner, Toto and Tina Turner as well as Prince, Fleetwood Mac, R.E.M., Extreme and David Lee Roth. There's also newer anthems from The Killers, Train and Kid Rock.
The 4-disc set contains three discs of live footage taken from the Live 8 shows staged in London and Philadelphia alongside key highlights from the seven other concerts staged across the world. Japanese four DVD box set of the Live 8 Festival on July 2, 2005. Features Pink Floyd performance at the festival, and video of their rehearsal.
Hot Fuss is the debut studio album by American alternative rock band The Killers, released on June 7, 2004 in the United Kingdom and on June 15, 2004 in the United States. The album is mainly influenced by 80s New Wave music and post-punk bands such as New Order, The Cure, Morrissey both with and without The Smiths, Duran Duran and The Cars. Other influences include Lou Reed, U2, David Bowie and Oasis.
When Graham Nash left The Hollies in 1968, the close-harmony vocals were completed by Terry Sylvester, his replacement in the group. The Hollies chapter two was born and resulted in several hits in the late sixties and the seventies. This album contains 20 fantastic songs, most of them written by Allan Clarke, Terry Sylvester and Tony Hicks and taken from their albums released from 1969 onwards. The biggest hit for The Hollies is written by Albert Hammond and Mike Hazelwood. The magic of The Air That I Breathe was created by the voices of Clarke, Sylvester and Hicks make this song an alltime classic. Today many people are still asking for classic Hollies' songs such as My Island and Love Is The Thing and for them and all the people who love that great Hollies' sound is this CD, compiled to make a difference to the greatest hits compilations around the world.