Best-Of is a greatest hits album by Anggun. The album was released on December 2006 in Indonesia, May 2007 in Malaysia and June 2007 in Italy, to celebrate the first decade of Anggun's international career. It features hit singles from her first three international studio albums, as well as her soundtrack and collaborations with other artists. Anggun also re-recorded three of her old Indonesian hits-"Mimpi", "Bayang Bayang Ilusi" and "Takut".
Performer: Anggun Album: Chrysalis Label: Columbia. Performer: Anggun Album: Best Of Label: Heben Music/Sony BMG. Made in Indonesia. Catalog 886 970 514 52 Style: Pop, Downtempo, Deep House, Vocal Year: 2006 Format: FLAC (image+.
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A list of the most popular web browsers can be found below. Anggun C. Sasmi says she will release her latest album in October '? four years after her last album, Echoes. ?I'?ve been working on my new album for two years,'? the luminous chanteuse said, as quoted by kompas. ?Song is virtual '? it can'?t be seen, only be heard. And to me, things that are virtual are timeless so I must really be sure of it,'? she said. Anggun, a judge on the show Asia'?s Got Talent, said her upcoming album would consist of 12 French songs
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The best album lamb of god have done so far, from the kick ass balls-to-the-wall riffs to the awesome production. Easily the best album they've done so much so, that I tattooed the flaming bird off of the album cover to my arm. Laid to rest, now you've got something to die for, the faded line and ashes of the wake will always be seen as the most popular lamb of god songs. The songs in this album feature frequently in all their set lists to this day. enough said.
One of the best albums by one of the best bands of their generation, then. Just a shame the artwork sucks. The result is a record of shimmery excellence that isn’t afraid to boldly go somewhere different: ‘Till Death’ contemplates grief and 2016’s wave of celebrity deaths to the tune of Harry Nilsson’s ‘Without You’, while ‘The Body is a Blade’ touches on PTSD.