The Compton Effect is the second album from rapper Greydon Square. The title is a reference to the Compton effect in physics (Greydon's undergraduate field of study), as well as the city of Compton, California, from which the artist originates.
Magnetic North is the fourth full-length album released by the hardcore band Hopesfall. Josh Brigham, one of the guitarists and the only founding member remaining during the recording of the album, has said: "Our music has always been spacey and heavy, and we use those roots, combined with our love of grunge-era Smashing Pumpkins, Dinosaur Jr. , HUM, and Pixies, we add some bigger, heavier riffs. "We all admire bands that can morph and change with each album, and that is what we try to do.
Flashlights is the third record by the Atlanta-based independent rock band Y-O-U. The album was first made available via free download on the band's MySpace profile on New Year's Day, 2007, and on compact disc on January 23 of the same year. According to the band's official MySpace profile, Flashlights was the exclusive theme music of the Phillips Lounge at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival.
Captiva is the third studio album from Christian rock band Falling Up, released on October 2, 2007. The band recorded the album with Seattle producer Aaron Sprinkle, who also handled the production duties for the band's debut, Crashings. "Hotel Aquarium" is the album's first single; it has already been posted on the band's Myspace and PureVolume sites. "Goodnight Gravity," "How They Made Cameras," "A Guide To Marine Life," and "Maps" have also been posted on the band's PureVolume.
Vegas is the debut album by the electronic music duo The Crystal Method. "Busy Child" features portions of "Juice (Know the Ledge)" by Eric B. & Rakim. "Trip Like I Do" uses samples from the Jim Henson film The Dark Crystal and the female vocals heard throughout the song were taken from an answering machine message that Scott Kirkland had received from a woman he met in a club. "Keep Hope Alive" contains elements from a speech by Jesse Jackson.
R. Borlax is the second album by Horse the band, released in 2003 on Pluto Records. It was re-released on 2007, with two bonus tracks, by Koch Records. As with all HORSE the band recordings, the use of keyboards to mimic the 8-bit sound produced by the Nintendo Entertainment System is very notable.
Telegraph is the title of the first album by actor, singer, and songwriter Drake Bell, who was best known at that time for his role as "Drake Parker" in the Nickelodeon television series Drake & Josh. The entire album was recorded by Drake and producer, Michael Corcoran as well as a few friends. The entire album was recorded in a little room which was set up as a simple home studio using a Digidesign Digi 002.
Graduation is the third studio album by American hip hop artist Kanye West, released September 11, 2007 on Roc-A-Fella Records in the United States. Recording sessions for the album took place during 2005 to 2007 at Chung King Studios and Sony Music Studios in New York City and at Chalice Studios and The Record Plant in Los Angeles, California.
The Tempest is the tenth album by the hip hop group Insane Clown Posse. It was preceded by The Calm and was followed later in 2007 by The Eye of the Storm EP. According to the opening track on The Calm, the titular Tempest is an incredibly destructive storm that will lay waste to the world, however the second track on the album, “Ride the Tempest,” has confirmed that the titular object is in fact a roller coaster. Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope appear on the cover riding the Tempest.
Ride The Tiger, released in 1986, was the debut album of the Hoboken-based alternative rock band Yo La Tengo. The song "Big Sky" is a cover of The Kinks song from their album The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society. The song "A House Is Not A Motel" is a cover of a Love song from their album Forever Changes.
Allan Byron (Teddy) Morris (March 1910 - September 5, 1965) was a Canadian Football Hall of Fame player and coach for the Toronto Argonauts. Morris began playing Canadian football with Toronto playground teams and moved on to the Winnipeg Native Sons junior football team. Upon his return to Toronto he joined the Argonauts junior squad and quickly earned a spot on the senior team.