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After the mainstream success of 'Loser', **** featured several hit singles, including 'Where It's At', 'Devils Haircut', and 'The New Pollution'.
Many of the tracks on **** are marked by an electric guitar-rock sound, in contrast with their previous LP, the folk rock inspired Rubber Soul (1965).
It was released in 1968 and became the band's first and only number one album and spawned their second US number one single, 'Hello, I Love You'.
**** recorded the album in rural Oxfordshire and Bath, during 1996 and early 1997, with producer Nigel Godrich.
A double album telling a loose story about a 'deaf, dumb and blind boy' who becomes the leader of a messianic movement, **** was the first musical work to be billed overtly as a ro
It was the first hip hop LP to top the Billboard 200 chart.
Under pressure from their record company to follow-up the successful debut of their May 1967 album Are You Experienced,*** was released on Track Records in the UK in December 1967.
Production for the album was handled entirely by production team The Bomb Squad, which expanded on the dense, sample-layered sound of the group's previous album.
**** intended the record to diverge significantly from the polished production of its previous album, Nevermind (1991).
Co-produced by Roy Thomas Baker and ****, **** was, at the time of its release, the most expensive album ever recorded.
Released as a double album on 30 November 1979, it was subsequently performed live with elaborate theatrical effects, and adapted into a feature film
It was produced by Bob Johnston, who had also recorded ****'s previous album, the highly successful Highway 61 Revisited.
It is his major-label debut and was released under Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment and Web Records.
It was promoted as his final studio album, which serves as a recurring theme, although **** returned to solo recording with Kingdom Come in 2006.
Produced by **** frontman Billy Corgan with Flood and Alan Moulder, the twenty-eight-track album was released as a two-disc CD and triple LP.
It was one of two albums released in conjunction with the **** Tour, and as a result the two albums are sometimes considered a double album.
It was released on November 30, 1982 by Epic Records as the follow-up to ****'s critically and commercially successful 1979 album Off the Wall.
After disappointing sales for their previous album Modern Life is Rubbish (1993), **** returned **** to prominence in the UK, helped by its four hit singles.
The second installment of his 'Berlin Trilogy' with Brian Eno **** developed the sound of Low in a more positive direction.
Recording sessions for the album were initially disrupted when bassist/keyboardist John Paul Jones considered leaving the band.

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