The What's Going On album also provided another first in both Motown and R&B music: Gaye and his engineers had composed the album in a song cycle, segueing previous songs into other songs giving the album a more cohesive feel as opposed to R&B albums that traditionally included filler tracks to complete the album. "Marvin Gaye's lost 1972 album You're the Man to receive official release". Archived from the original on February 12, 2019.
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Muppets: The Green Album is a cover album of twelve Muppet songs by various contemporary music artists. The album was released by Walt Disney Records on August 23, 2011 on a digipak CD and as a digital download. A music video was also produced for the album's sole single; "Muppet Show Theme Song", featuring OK Go attempting to produce their own music video until they are interrupted by the Muppets' antics.
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This illustration of WASP-121b, also called a hot Jupiter, shows the best evidence yet of another planet with a stratosphere. Photo: Engine House VFX, At-Bristol Science Centre, University of Exeter). There's another planet out there, and it's surprisingly Earth-like.
There's a reason why Weezer's third album consciously recalls the band's first, not just in its eponymous title, but in its stark cover, Ric Ocasek production, and tight pop songs. He didn't want to record another album unless he knew somebody was listening, because he didn't know if there was a purpose otherwise. This is the quality that came shining through on Pinkerton (and is most likely the reason he disdains the album as too personal, no matter how great it is), and it's also apparent on this Weezer album (which will inevitably be known as The Green Album, much like how fans dubbed the debut The Blue Album, due to its cover. background), even if he consciously shies away from the stark autobiography that made the previous album.