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The most successful winner Leona Lewis enjoyed a number one album in 2008 and her début single "Bleeding Love" was the first number one single in the . charts by a British solo female artist since Kim Wilde in 1987. The 2000s also saw the reunion of Take That, who went on to achieve new stardom by the end of. the decade Soul and female singer-songwriters  . Kerrang! Melody Maker.

The highest-selling albums and EPs in the United States are ranked in the Billboard 200, published by Billboard magazine. The date are compiled by Nielsen Soundscan based on each album's weekly physical sales. In 2000, 20 albums topped the chart in 53 issues of the magazine, but two of which albums started their peak position in 1999 and are therefore excluded.

The 2000 Gramophone Awards were published in the December 2000 issue of the magazine. Orchestral (Record of the Year). Mahler, Symphony No 10 in F sharp, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Simon Rattle (EMI). Baroque Instrumental. Pandolfi, Violin Sonatas Op 3 Nos 1-6; Op 4 Nos 1-6, Andrew Manze, Richard Egarr (Harmonia Mundi). Handel, Acis and Galatea, Les Arts Florissants/William Christie (Erato).

The Gramophone Classical Music Awards, launched in 1977, are one of the most significant honours bestowed on recordings in the classical record industry. They are often viewed as equivalent to or surpassing the American Grammy award, and referred to as the Oscars for classical music. The winners are selected annually by critics for the Gramophone magazine and various members of the industry, including retailers, broadcasters, arts administrators, and musicians. Awards are usually presented in September each year in London. Gramophone Awards of the 2010s. Artist of the Year: Rachel Podger.

All through the last decade, you’d find a lot of people insisting that the album was dead, a victim of the MP3, the iPod and a la carte downloading. But that never happened. If anything, artists doubled down on the format, resulting in a renaissance of long form artistic statements from a wide range of artists. This list of the decade’s 100 best albums includes the work of rock revivalists (the Strokes, the White Stripes), dance floor visionaries (. LCD Soundsystem), hip-hop icons (Jay-Z, Eminem, Kanye West) and old standbys like Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan and U2, who reinvented their.

Other Albums Released in September 2000. Albums from September 1980. Key Release: Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) by David Bowie. David Bowie's last great album was released 30 years ago this month. Often overshadowed by the Brian Eno-produced Berlin Trilogy (Low, Heroes, Lodger) that preceded it, Scary Monsters is nevertheless the equal of those heralded releases.

Slipknot is the debut studio album by Slipknot. It was released on June 29, 1999, by Roadrunner Records, and later reissued in December 1999 with a slightly altered track listing and mastering, as a result of the lawsuit  . On September 29, 1997, Slipknot left Des Moines, Iowa for Indigo Ranch Studios in Malibu, California, anxious to record an album after a long wait to be signed. The album's recording process was "very aggressive and chaotic," as producer Ross Robinson strove to capture the intensity that the band created when performing live. Within three days all the drums were recorded, which contributed to the raw, live sound on the album that the band considers integral to its musical direction. Unusual Types Of Gramophone.

Yet as the album became untethered from the physical world, it still remained the benchmark form for artists who aimed to make a lasting statement. These artists included upstarts like Kanye West, Arcade Fire, and . who expanded the realms of hip-hop, indie-rock, and pop (respectively) with their seismic early records. But listen to the entire album in one long, rapturous sitting, and it’s hard to imagine it being made by anyone but Boris. Charging, smoke-filled, and raw, it’s the tonal opposite of Nick Drake, whose Bryter Layter album cover is recreated on the front. Adding another layer of poignancy, the distressed tapes were transferred to digital around the time of September 11, and the Brooklyn-based Basinski created a DVD version of the project, setting the crumbling music to a static video he shot of smoldering Lower Manhattan, an image also used for the CD covers.