- Performer SooperSlooth
- Title One Small Record Please.
- Date of release 1995
- Style Ska, Punk
- Other formats DXD WAV ASF MMF DTS AAC MOD
- Genre Rock
- Size MP3 1234 mb
- Size FLAC 1465 mb
- Rating: 4.7
- Votes: 581
A fast-selling album is defined as one with high sales in its first chart week following release. The highest sales achieved in any country in an album's debut week are . 8 million for 25 by Adele in the United States in the week ending November 26, 2015. This passed the previous record of . 0 million set by the album Distance by Hikaru Utada in Japan in 2001. This is a list of the fastest-selling albums in Canada since Nielsen SoundScan tracking began in 1995.
Please is the debut album by English electronic music duo Pet Shop Boys, released on 24 March 1986 by Parlophone Records in the United Kingdom and by EMI America Records in the United States. According to the duo, the album's title was chosen so that people had to go into a record shop and say "Can I have the Pet Shop Boys album, 'Please'?".
Please, Please, Please" is a rhythm and blues song performed by James Brown and The Famous Flames. Written by Brown and Johnny Terry and released as a single on Federal Records in 1956, it reached number six on the R&B charts. The group's debut recording and first chart hit, it has come to be recognized as their signature song
Dylan’s second album changed a bit just before it was supposed to be released in 1963, and those track changes can mean a difference of tens of thousands of dollars if your copy falls on the right side of the fence. According to Record Mecca, four songs were replaced with newly recorded tracks, but somehow, someone at the pressing plant used the old version instead of the new masters to press an unknown number of albums. Between 300 and 1000 copies of this jazz record were released in 1957, and there is one small change that makes them more valuable than other records from the label. According to The Vinyl Factory, the rumor is that Blue Note ran out of labels halfway through the first pressing of the album. According to the Beatles Collecting Guide, the album Please Please Me was released in a hurry on March 22, 1963 in Great Britain.
Please Please Me was recorded on a two-track BTR recording machine, leaving little opportunity for overdubs or elaborate arrangements. The album contained both sides of The Beatles' first two singles – Love Me Do, PS I Love You, Please Please Me and Ask Me Why – plus 10 new recordings made on 11 February 1963. That day's recording cost just £400 and lasted for just under 10 working hours. There wasn't a lot of money at Parlophone. George Martin initially wanted to call the record Off The Beatle Track; Paul McCartney drew some cover ideas, although the idea was soon dropped. Martin also had ideas for the cover artwork which failed to come to fruition. I was a fellow of London Zoo and, rather stupidly, thought that it would be great to have The Beatles photographed outside the insect house.
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The first country album to sell a million copies featured many previously released songs by Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Tompall Glaser and Jennings' wife Jessi Colter. But unifying the songs under the theme of outlaw country - a concept gaining national traction - made this album a runaway hit. A big part of that was due to the perfect cover art, depicting all the singers as dangerous, wanted outlaws from the Old West.
Once "Please Please Me" rocketed to number one, the Beatles rushed to deliver a debut album, bashing out Please Please Me in a day. Decades after its release, the album still sounds fresh, precisely because of its intense origins. As the songs rush past, it's easy to get wrapped up in the sound of the record itself without realizing how the album effectively summarizes the band's eclectic influences. Naturally, the influences shine through their covers, all of which are unconventional and illustrate the group's superior taste. There's a love of girl groups, vocal.