Retrospective: The Best of Suzanne Vega is a greatest hits album by the American singer/songwriter Suzanne Vega, released in 2003. This album is an updated version of her previous greatest hits album Tried & True: The Best of Suzanne Vega, with a few more songs ("Tired of Sleeping", "Calypso", "Solitude Standing", "(I'll Never Be) Your Maggie May", and "Woman on the Tier (I'll See You Through)") but without "Book & a Cover".
Sound Theories Vol. I & II is a 2007 album by American guitarist Steve Vai. The album was recorded with the Metropole Orchestra in Netherlands in mid-2004/2005 and released on June 26, 2007. Volume I features Vai playing guitar with the orchestra, which has itself earned worldwide acclaim by backing artists ranging from Mike Keneally, Terry Bozzio, Tony Bennett and Natalie Cole to Nancy Wilson and the Yellowjackets. I & II, a double-live CD capturing legendary guitarist Steve Vai’s electrifying collaboration with the Netherlands Metropole Orchestra. The two-disc set spotlights rare material culled from five European performances, a studio session and a soundcheck rehearsal recording, all of which took place between mid-2004 and 2005. Track 10 – The Attitude Song was nominated for a GRAMMY Award for Best Instrumental Rock Performance in 2008. Disc One – Sound Theories Vol 1: The Aching Hunger. 1. Kill The Guy With The Ball. 3. The Murder Prologue.
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Retrospective is the first of a series to pay homage to amazing tracks of yesterday. Volume I is heavily inspired by the Moonshine label and its great artists such as Brian Seed and John Kelley that helped create the desert party scene of Southern California, WAY before Burning Man. If you had a chance to experience Dune, Orion, or any of the Moontribe parties, you know what I'm talking about. It also includes epic tracks from Transa, . Liquid Art, and Underworld.
The album tracklisting contains numerous errors, the correct tracklist is displayed here. Matrix, Runout (CD 1): DISCTRONICS S SDIMCD 4 A 01. Mould SID Code (CD 1): IFPI 8708. Matrix, Runout (CD 2): DISCTRONICS S SDIMCD 4 B 01. Mould SID Code (CD 2): IFPI 8707. Matrix, Runout (CD 3): DISCTRONICS S SDIMCD 4 C 01.
The second album consists of the third part of the trilogy "MDK" the self titled track from that famous record. This song is different from the original in that there are synths in place of horns and we also get some great violin from Lockwood. Theusz Hamtaahk" opens with fast paced vocals and outburts of drums. Another excellent live Magma album, this time presenting Theusz Hamtaahk and Mekanik Destruktiw Kommandoh in versions performed at a reunion concert in 1980. The style of the performance is very much in the mode of the classic Magma sound of the mid-1970s - the funk experiments of Attahk are not in evidence here - and the sound quality is decent, though as far as live performances of Theusz Hamtaahk go I don't think this one quite beats the BBC 1974 performance.
|A1||Mëkanïk Destruktiw Kommandöh (3e Mouvement De Theusz Hamtaahk)|
|B1||Theusz Hamtaahk (1er Mouvement)|
|PL 37497||Christian Vander, Magma||Christian Vander, Magma - Rétrospective Vol. 1 & 2 (2xLP, Album)||RCA Victor||PL 37497||France||1981|
|REX 16-17, SEVENTH REX XVI, SEVENTH REX XVII||Magma||RetrospektÏw I-II (2xCD, Album, RE)||Seventh Records, Seventh Records, Seventh Records||REX 16-17, SEVENTH REX XVI, SEVENTH REX XVII||France||1994|
|PL 37497||Christian Vander, Magma||Christian Vander, Magma - Rétrospective Vol. 1 & 2 (2xLP, Album, M/Print)||RCA Victor||PL 37497||France||1981|
|SJMD-16/17||Magma||Rétrospective Vol. 1 & 2 (2xCD, Album, RE, RM)||Seventh Japan||SJMD-16/17||Japan||2009|