Self-titled Album is the third studio album released by The Audition. This is the first release since the departure of original bassist and founding member Joe Lussa (Joe did record all bass parts on all 10 songs).
The Self-Titled Album trope as used in popular culture. Their second album was ELO 2. Said second album should not be confused with Electric Light Orchestra Part II, which is the self-titled debut for the spin-off band of the same name. Peter Gabriel's first four albums, all literally titled Peter Gabriel - though due to Executive Meddling, the fourth was released in the . The first three are often listed as "Car," "Scratch," and "Melt," after their album covers. Paul Hardcastle's smooth jazz albums are named Hardcastle followed by a number.
Cher's self-titled album, Cher, was her 18th studio album. The band that waited for the longest to release an eponymous album might be The Beach Boys, who didn't make The Beach Boys until they'd already released 24 other albums. None of the albums on this list are compilations or "best-of" albums, even though it is common practice to name compilation albums after the band. And although some albums, like Madonna: The First Album, were later renamed to make the musician's back catalog easier to follow, they were originally self-titled releases .
Self-Titled) is the fifth full-length album by metalcore band Zao, released on February 21, 2001 by Solid State/Tooth & Nail/EMI. This album saw the departure of guitarist Russ Cogdell. The entire album was written in the recording studio by Scott and Jesse. Dan would be sent the tracks to write lyrics and then recorded them. The band famously broke up on stage (in Pennsylvania, Sept 2001) touring this album. All lyrics written by Daniel Weyandt; all music composed by Scott Mellinger and Jesse Smith.
Why the self-titled album? Have you seen Pedro Almodovar's new film, "Pedro Almodovar", or Tom Stoppard's new play, "Tom Stoppard"? How about Renzo Piano's new building in Frankfurt? - he calls it "Renzo Piano". Exactly, all that sounds damn silly. Yet popular music abounds with self-titled albums. It's crazy how many artists and bands have released one. What explains the self-titled album? Why do musicians think that's a good idea? I happen to find it irritating, because it makes referring to things confusing.
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NotesEdition of 50 tapes
Comes with a screenprinted patch
Program repeats on both sides