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album

1. a booklike holder containing sleeves for gramophone records
2. Chiefly Brit an anthology, usually large and illustrated

album

In ancient Roman architecture, a space on the surface of a wall covered with white plaster, located in a public place, on which public announcements and records, etc. were written.
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It also put the blame on flagging demand in the music album market.
Snapdata's Snapshots UK Music Albums 2008 provides 2007 year-end market size data, with 2008 estimates, 5 years of historical data and five-year forecasts.
Snapdatas Snapshots UK Music Albums 2007 provides 2005 year-end market size data, with 2006 estimates, 4 years of historical data and five-year forecasts.
For every ten country music albums sold, consumers buy seven gospel albums.
Macrovision has agreements with replicators in North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia; and Macrovision's CDS(TM) technology has been used to protect over 100 million music albums to date.
Through agreements with approximately 200 broadcasters, Dotcast will be able to cost-effectively distribute DVD-quality feature-length movies, CD-quality music albums, video games, e-books, software applications, television programming and Internet content directly to the consumer.
Said Leonard Berg, Greenleaf's Chairman and CEO, "In addition to encrypted game packs, we are developing technology to provide audio books, music albums and home video titles on DVD.
Larry Fast is best known for his series of pioneering electronic music albums recorded under the project name SYNERGY.
Selena Quintanilla was a young Mexican-American girl from Corpus Christi who broke gender and ethnic barriers by becoming a singing superstar, first in the Tejano music world of Texas, Mexico and the Southwest, and then later with her English-language pop music albums.
ANTRA Music Group (OTC BB:RECD) (Berlin Exchange:WSRI) is engaged in the production and sale of music albums, specializing in Urban and Contemporary music.