English musician, DJ, singer, songwriter and record producer Mark Ronson has released four studio albums and twelve singles. Here Comes the Fuzz, Ronson's debut studio album, was released in 2003 and was critically acclaimed and a financial success, despite initially poor sales. It included three top 10 hits and won Ronson a Brit Award for British Male Solo Artist in 2008
Unstable is the second studio album by the American nu metal band Adema, and is the final album to feature its full original lineup with Chavez and Ransom departing from the band after its release and then again after their reunion, although they returned to the band in March 2017. The album was released on August 19, 2003 by Arista Records. It features the self-titled single "Unstable" and has sold about 400,000 copies worldwide
Adema is the self-titled debut album by American nu metal band Adema. It was released on August 21, 2001 through Arista Records and peaked at on the Billboard 200. The album was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on March 6, 2002 for selling over 500,000 copies in the United States, and has since sold over 1 million copies worldwide. The major singles from the album were "The Way You Like It" and "Giving In". "Freaking Out" has also seen some radio airplay. It remains their best-selling album to date.
Mark Ronson announced the track listing and release date for his upcoming Late Night Feelings Album on Friday (April 12), which features collaborations with Miley Cyrus, Lykke Li, Angel Olsen, Yebba, Camila Cabello and King Princess, among others. The fifth album from the Grammy- and Golden Globe-winning writer is due out on June 21 on RCA Records, with the title track featuring Li out now. Ronson has described the album as a collection of "sad bangers," with the title track laying down a warm mid-tempo dance groove under Li's melancholy vocals.
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I remember this couch, Mark Ronson said, eyeing a brown suede number in the basement of Electric Lady, the storied recording studio in the West Village. It was here that Mr. Ronson, the club . turned in-demand producer, made his first proper album, for the singer Nikka Costa. It was that era - D’Angelo was still finishing ‘Voodoo,’ and you’d just walk through the halls at any given moment and it would be like, Common or Erykah Badu, Mr. Ronson recalled. I was like 23 or 24, kind of star-struck and also trying to be cool.