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album

1. a booklike holder containing sleeves for gramophone records
2. Chiefly Brit an anthology, usually large and illustrated
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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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Forbes Magazine reports that since 2009, vinyl record album production is up 260 percent!
Thompson designed an entertainment center with shelves, drawers, and partitions to fit a television set, record albums, turntable, cassette tapes, and so on.
WHO released the record albums The South Coast of Texas and Better Days?
He continues to record albums, both as a solo artist and as part of rock group Body Count, and his acting career has also taken off.
From the 1950s through the '70s, in addition to her cabaret performances and record albums, she appeared in a number of television specials and toured with the national company of the Stephen Sondheim musical "Follies."
He's gone on to record albums in Nashville and has won 22 British awards over the years.
While she continued to tour and record albums, Barbara became just as well known for her acting roles, playing Anita Braithwaite in the tough Band of Gold, a pop star in Taggart and opposite James Bolam in The Missing Postman.
Entitled "Art is Work: Milton Glaser Retrospective," the exhibit includes posters, magazines and newspaper design, interior designs, corporate logos, record albums, magazine illustrations and typography, as well as watercolors, drawings, prints and illustrated books, toys, textiles, jewelry and home furnishings.
Philip Taaffe's illustrations for the book provide a good visual simulacrum of the young man's preoccupations: photographic reproductions of record albums, newspapers, money, and postcards; photographs of Driss lounging in his caftan; a single Honcho-like shot (a negative, printed in purple ink) of a formidable erection (Driss', perhaps?).
In the foyer, the girls share a large custom-built cabinet for books, magazines, record albums, and games.
Mr Humphreys has 530 concerts and 26 record albums to his name.
Living in seclusion in London through the late '70s and in Italy after that, Battisti continued sporadically to record albums until 1990.