Mark Ronson & The Business Intl. - Record Collection

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Artist:   Mark Ronson & The Business Intl.
Album Name:   Record Collection
Genre:   Alternative
Tracks:   14
Relase Date:   24 September 2010
Country:   USA

Record Collection (Mark Ronson & The Business Intl.) Album Songs


Song TitleTime
1.Bang Bang Bang 3:53
2.Lose It (In the End) 2:25
3.The Bike Song 4:23
4.Somebody to Love Me 4:57
5.You Gave Me Nothing 4:00
6.The Colour of Crumar 1:28
7.Glass Mountain Trust 3:46
8.Circuit Breaker 4:24
9.Introducing the Business 3:42
10.Record Collection 3:49
11.Selector 1:06
12.Hey Boy 3:34
13.Missing Words 1:29
14.The Night Last Night 4:24

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  • Smlltwngrl
    4 stars
    ...can do no wrong.. This is a classic sounding selection, peppered with old school melodies, synth beats mixed with new lyrics and mulit-genre sound. The songs sound eerily familiar but I know I have never heard any of them before. It takes me back to 1985 without the nostalgia, which is amazing musical trickery. Don't wrorry Mark, that's a good thing. You have yet to dissappoint.
  • Esoteric Ear...
    5 stars
    The track 'Bang Bang Bang".... is a uber-immature delight.
  • V.Carter
    4 stars
    What a great Eclectic piece of art. This is my first time hearing about Mark Ronson and i love the vibe of this music..its really great people and record labels need to support MORE good music like THIS
  • Tim Bombadim
    4 stars
    Boy George makes the album. The rest is good, too Re: Crediting guest artists, the external CD packaging doesn't do it either, so chill out. It's the artists' choice, don't blame iTunes
  • RonVader
    4 stars
    Excellent album! Except.... Believe me when I say; I really wanted to give this album 5 stars because I'm a huge Ronson fan and really enjoy this album more than others that have come out this year. However, the first track which everyone (God knows why) is raving about makes me want to stab my ear drums out with a fork (it's really the stupidest song I've ever heard in my entire life). I guess everything can't be perfect and that's how I feel about this album. I strongly recommend buying it, I only wish iTunes would allow you to pick Sound of Plastic over Bang Bang Bang.
  • citybug7
    5 stars
    Best of 2010. It has taken me nearly ten months to finally call an album my favorite of the year. Mark Ronson & the Business International has done it. They have created a stunning collaborative work ranging from rap to trip hop to indie pop to New Romantic to synthpop to electronica. It is the perfect blend of all these genres - a few songs dedicated to each genre - brought together by Ronson's fabulous production and lyrical cohesiveness. After catching his two New York shows in the past two nights, he brought down the house like no other - to even capture a spot on my top three favorite concerts. It also impresses me to see such a collection of artists working together - these are people from all ranges of music, world, and life. Biasedly, it also contains one of my favorite artists new to the scene, MNDR. Witnessing four of her shows, I am a diehard follower - her work on Bang Bang Bang made it one of the best of the year. Just when I felt this year had been greatly slow in terms of quality, cohesive releases, Mark Ronson steals the show in what could be considered an excellent start to a new decade.
  • Jakes2Nice
    5 stars
    Album is Hip to the Max! Amazing Percussion!. First, I would like to say that "Bang Bang Bang" is probably one of the CATCHIEST songs I've heard in awhile! Second, I love the mix between old-style vocals, underground rap flows, and creative female vocals. What's great about this album is the consistent feeling of POSITIVE VIBES throughout! You can't help but smile a bit (or alot) when listening to these tracks. Also, what I love about this CD is that the PERCUSSIONS are seriously SICK! CATCHY and INNOVATIVE!! You should definitely check out this Record Collection!
  • kanesfunk
    3 stars
    Where are the credits iTunes?. Yet another album I will not buy on itunes due to lack of credits.
  • Corinne Coe
    4 stars
    YES!. This album gives me happy feelings! 
  • Smlltwngrl
    4 stars
    ...can do no wrong.. This is a classic sounding selection, peppered with old school melodies, synth beats mixed with new lyrics and mulit-genre sound. The songs sound eerily familiar but I know I have never heard any of them before. It takes me back to 1985 without the nostalgia, which is amazing musical trickery. Don't wrorry Mark, that's a good thing. You have yet to dissappoint.
  • Esoteric Ear...
    5 stars
    The track 'Bang Bang Bang".... is a uber-immature delight.
  • V.Carter
    4 stars
    What a great Eclectic piece of art. This is my first time hearing about Mark Ronson and i love the vibe of this music..its really great people and record labels need to support MORE good music like THIS
  • Tim Bombadim
    4 stars
    Boy George makes the album. The rest is good, too Re: Crediting guest artists, the external CD packaging doesn't do it either, so chill out. It's the artists' choice, don't blame iTunes
  • RonVader
    4 stars
    Excellent album! Except.... Believe me when I say; I really wanted to give this album 5 stars because I'm a huge Ronson fan and really enjoy this album more than others that have come out this year. However, the first track which everyone (God knows why) is raving about makes me want to stab my ear drums out with a fork (it's really the stupidest song I've ever heard in my entire life). I guess everything can't be perfect and that's how I feel about this album. I strongly recommend buying it, I only wish iTunes would allow you to pick Sound of Plastic over Bang Bang Bang.
  • citybug7
    5 stars
    Best of 2010. It has taken me nearly ten months to finally call an album my favorite of the year. Mark Ronson & the Business International has done it. They have created a stunning collaborative work ranging from rap to trip hop to indie pop to New Romantic to synthpop to electronica. It is the perfect blend of all these genres - a few songs dedicated to each genre - brought together by Ronson's fabulous production and lyrical cohesiveness. After catching his two New York shows in the past two nights, he brought down the house like no other - to even capture a spot on my top three favorite concerts. It also impresses me to see such a collection of artists working together - these are people from all ranges of music, world, and life. Biasedly, it also contains one of my favorite artists new to the scene, MNDR. Witnessing four of her shows, I am a diehard follower - her work on Bang Bang Bang made it one of the best of the year. Just when I felt this year had been greatly slow in terms of quality, cohesive releases, Mark Ronson steals the show in what could be considered an excellent start to a new decade.
  • Jakes2Nice
    5 stars
    Album is Hip to the Max! Amazing Percussion!. First, I would like to say that "Bang Bang Bang" is probably one of the CATCHIEST songs I've heard in awhile! Second, I love the mix between old-style vocals, underground rap flows, and creative female vocals. What's great about this album is the consistent feeling of POSITIVE VIBES throughout! You can't help but smile a bit (or alot) when listening to these tracks. Also, what I love about this CD is that the PERCUSSIONS are seriously SICK! CATCHY and INNOVATIVE!! You should definitely check out this Record Collection!
  • kanesfunk
    3 stars
    Where are the credits iTunes?. Yet another album I will not buy on itunes due to lack of credits.
  • Corinne Coe
    4 stars
    YES!. This album gives me happy feelings! 

Mark Ronson & The Business Intl. - Record Collection Album Wiki

Record Collection is an independent Los Angeles, California-based creative music studio founded by Jordan Tappis. Record Collection is home to a diverse roster which includes music from former Red Hot Chili Peppers' guitarist John Frusciante, The Walkmen, Blake Mills, Dawes, Murs, Black Knights and management clients Blake Mills, Matt Sweeney and Fiona Apple..