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Elvis - Various - The Best Of Chillout - Past And Present (CD)

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  1. The Best Of (Delerium album) The Best of Bros; The Best of Chillout: Past and Present; The Best of Del tha Funkee Homosapien: The Elektra Years; The Best of the Long Ryders; Best of the Videos; The Best Smooth Jazz Ever! Beyond Description (–) Big Day Out 04; Bigger, Better Power Ballads II; Bits & Pieces (R.O.C. album).
  2. I bought this CD for my mum, as she loves Elvis. I sat down to listen to the CD with her this afternoon. I thought that it was a superb album and contains most of his major hits. My mum and I prefer his s and s recordings, but we still enjoyed most of the album/5().
  3. 50,, Elvis Fans Can't Be Wrong (Elvis' Gold Records Volume 2) 2 CD: FTD Special Edition / Classic Album 7" Presentation (Elvis Presley) was $ AUD now $ AUD inc GST AUD.
  4. "The Best of Chillout: Past and Present" contain a great mix of hits that are a medley of pop and electronica. I had previously heard a few of these songs through an electronica radio station. My favorite song on this collection has to be "Satellite" by BT. There are also classics such as "Teardrop" by Massive Attack featured on this unique cd.
  5. Elvis' Christmas Album () King Creole () For LP Fans Only () A Date with Elvis () Elvis Is Back () G.I. Blues () A Tribute to His Life, The Films of Elvis Presley, Marilyn: Her Life and Legend, Elvis: Rock 'n' Roll Legend, Best of Elvis, Understanding Elvis, Elvis: Forever in the Groove, Elvis: American Idol, and.
  6. Various ‎– The Best Of Chillout - Past And Present. Label: Nettwerk ‎– 0 2 /5(4).
  7. This large collection of Elvis Costello hits (42 in all) is very inviting in that it digs a little deeper than the song predecessor 'Best Of' compilation from In this set, there are a number of tracks that aren't truly radio-friendly, but are still worthwhile selections, such as BIG TEARS, RIOT ACT, SULKY GIRL, and arguably LIPSTICK VOGUE/5(75).
  8. Erika de Casier’s love for late 90s/00s r’n’b started out of necessity. MTV was the only non-Danish channel she could watch when she moved to the Scandinavian country in , having previously lived in Portugal and the US, and a world of TLC, Brandy, Timbaland beats and rappers in luxury cars beckoned. 11 years later and De Casier’s influences have coalesced into her debut album.

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