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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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2CELLOS' self-titled debut album was released this Summer and features Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser's unique spin on hits by Michael Jackson, Guns N' Roses, U2, Coldplay and Kings of Leon among others.
In crafting his multi-faceted self-titled debut album, Richard worked closely with John Rich, as well as well-known producer/engineer Michael Bradford (Kid Rock, Uncle Kracker, Travis Tritt) and composer Jeff Silbar, whose two decade long catalogue includes #1 country hits for Alabama and Janie Frickie and a Grammy Award for Song Of The Year for "Wind Beneath My Wings" in 1989.
Come Around," the first single from Collie's self-titled debut album, has become one of this year's summer anthems, topping Reggae charts around the world from Jamaica and Germany to Japan and the UK.
The Flowers of Hell take the wordless approach to rock music with their self-titled debut album.
The Sunderland lads stormed the charts in September 2004 with their self-titled debut album.
The duo released their self-titled debut album this week and it is currently outselling superstar Prince's comeback album by four to one.
The Boys' self-titled debut album, recorded at Willie Nelson's studio near Austin with Nelson himself sitting in, has sold more than a million copies from the time Epic Records picked it up for distribution last March.
Keane came second with Hopes and Fears, while Glasgow-based Franz Ferdinand were third with their self-titled debut album.
Artist's Self-Titled Debut Album Available Exclusively On-Demand Through Online Streaming Program
La Roux's self-titled debut album produced UK number one single Bulletproof and In for the Kill which reached number two.
They were due to release their self-titled debut album on August 4.