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Young Lust - 90's Rock
One Way Street - Modern Rock
Toxic Twins - Hard Rock

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Five new albums in the new and ongoing UMe Number 1’s album series bring together chart-toppers in the disco and rock genres.  Disco Number 1’s, Hard Rock Number 1’s, 90’s Rock Number 1’s, and Modern Rock Number 1’s just released in a ground-breaking environmentally-friendly packaging format. A first for the music industry, the standard package (both sleeve and tray) are completely paper-recyclable.

Hard Rock Number 1’s

Takes us back with its 14 #1’s, from Poison’s “Every Rose Has Its Thorn” to Queensryche’s “Silent Lucidity.” Other number 1’s include: Blue Oyster Cult “Burnin’ For You,” Scorpions “No One Like You,” Quiet Riot “Metal Health,” Whitesname “Here I Go Again,” Skid Row “Slave To The Grind,” and Extreme “Rest In Peace.”

The 90’s Rock Number 1’s

are The Wallflowers’ “One Headlight,” Days of The New’s “Touch, Peel and Stand,” Live’s “Lightning Crashes,” Deep Blue Something’s “Breakfast After Tiffany’s,” Tonic’s “If You Could Only See,” The Sundays’ “Here’s Where The Story Ends,” Semosonic’s “Closing Time,” Tears For Fears’ “Break It Down Again,” Suzanne Vega’s “Blood Makes Noise,” Tracy Bonham’s “Mother Mother,” Smash Mouth’s “All Star,” The Mighty Mighty Bosstones’ “The Impression That I Get,” Robyn Hitchcock and The Egyptians’ “So You Think You’re In Love,” Gin Blossoms’ “Found Out About You,” The Cranberries’ “Zombie,” and Buckcherry’s “Lit Up.”

Modern Rock 1’s

Provides a condensed recent history of the genre with 15 #1’s: Three Doors Down "Kryptonite," Barenaked Ladies "One Week," Cranberries "Salvation," Smash Mouth "Walkin’ On The Sun," Dishwalla "Counting Blue Cars," Tears For Fears "Sowing The Seeds Of Love," Love And Rockets "So Alive," INXS "Suicide Blonde," Live "Lightning Crashes," Eels "Novocaine For The Soul,"Gene Loves Jezebel "Jealous," Alien Ant Farm "Smooth Criminal,"Hole "Celebrity Skin," Sum 41 "Fat Lip," and Everlast "What It’s Like."

Disco Number 1’s

Spans a 13-year era with 15 #1 hits, including: Irene Cara’s “Flashdance... What A Feeling,” Village People’s “San Francisco (You’ve Got Me)/ In Hollywood” and “Y.M.C.A.,” Ritchie Family’s “Brazil,” Edwin Starr’s “Contact,” Michael Sembello’s “Maniac,” Lipps Inc’s “Funkytown,” Love & Kisses’ “Thank God It’s Friday” and “I Found Love,” Meco’s “Star Wars Theme,” Pattie Brooks’ “After Dark,” Stephanie Mills’ “The Medicine Song,” Roberta Kelly’s “Trouble Maker,” Grace Jones’ “I Need A Man,” and Love Unlimited Orchestra’s “My Sweet Summer Sweet.”


Available Titles:
Stevie Wonder - Number 1’s
Jackson 5 - Number 1’s
Kool & The Gang - Number 1’s
Loretta Lynn - Number 1’s
Conway Twitty - Number 1’s
James Brown - Number 1’s
Marvin Gaye - Number 1’s
Diana Ross & The Supremes - Number 1’s
Temptations - Number 1’s
Motown Number 1’s
Motown Number 1’s Volume 2
Love Songs Number 1’s
Jazz Number 1’s
Country Number 1’s
Dance Number 1’s
Soundtrack Smashes Number 1’s
60s Pop Number 1’s
70s Pop Number 1’s
80s Pop Number 1’s
60s Soul Number 1’s
70’s Soul Number 1’s
80’s Soul Number 1’s
90s Soul Number 1’s

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