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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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All of them looked at each other, saying nothing, and began to look at Anna's album.
She hesitated; her colour came and went, and her hand stole back again to the little album.
She stopped; her colour heightened, and the fingers of the hand that rested upon the album beat gently on the margin of the drawing, as if her memory had set them going mechanically with the remembrance of a favourite tune.
The hand on the album resigned its hold, trembled a little, and moved the book away from her.
Texas' Riverboat Gamblers have been around for several albums now, but this year's ``To the Confusion of Our Enemies'' (Volcom) added just enough melody to the band's fierce punk drive to make it rise above the usual such fare.
Consumers purchase albums during the Christmas season at a higher-than-normal rate, and the combination of name recognition and musical hunger makes such albums instant sellers.
The songs from Radio, and many of the songs from his subsequent albums, have lost little of their appeal over time, artistically or commercially.
Signed in 1996 Travis have amassed four albums (including two number one albums), two Brit Awards, an Ivor Novello, several sold out tours across the US, and have been lauded by critics worldwide and embraced by their fans as the everyman's band.
Ludwig, who worked on the original album ``Brothers in Arms'' 20 years ago, noted the original was one of the first albums to be successfully recorded to CD.
Buena Vista Music Group has achieved an unprecedented division best, topping the Nielsen SoundScan 2006 YTD Current Album Chart with the #1 and #2 best-selling records and finishing the year with a total of three albums in the chart's Top Ten.
The duo's self-titled release, from which the song ``Heaven'' is also nominated for best gospel song, goes up against a pair of albums by members of another famous family: BeBe Winans' ``Dream,'' and his sister CeCe Winans' ``Purified.

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