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Record Collection

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Bang Bang Bang
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Lose It (In The End)
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The Bike Song
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Somebody To Love Me
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You Gave Me Nothing
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The Colour Of Crumar
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Glass Mountain Trust
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Circuit Breaker
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Introducing The Business
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Record Collection
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Selector
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Hey Boy
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Missing Words
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The Night Last Night
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 47:58

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09.13.10
Turning everyone into smooth operators
2010 | Label: RCA Records Label

Mark Ronson is one of the vibe-iest producers on the market today. He famously set the retro tone of Amy Winehouse's masterpiece Back to Black, and now he's doing himself the favor. On his third solo disc — credited to Mark Ronson & the Business Intl. — the 35-year-old British Brooklynite makes like a radio-station tagline: bringing you the best sounds of the '60s, '70s, '80s and today. But the strategy works: Ronson is clearly… read more »

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I'm shocked

ashleycwoods

I had no idea this would be any good. The first track with Q-Tip is going on every single mix I make this month. I'm also feeling "Glass Mountain Trust" and "Record Collection". And I'm hoping someone does a FIERCE song on top of "Selector." And "Missing Words."

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Diverse, poppy, great!

djcollar

Like you expect from Mark Ronson, he's back again with an album that covers many bases and genres, and still manages to come together cohesively. Mark has always done a great job of that, from the Hip Hop of "Here Comes The Fuzz" to the Motown of "Version". Like other reviewers have mentioned, there are hints of the Motown sounds from "Version" that made the transition to an 80's synth sound that carries this album. Download this today!

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Superb...

Muse8

...and polished new album from Mr Ronson. This time he has moved into the well-worn territory of the 80s, but makes it all sound fresh, with funky grooves closer to his pseudo-Motown phase, endless hooks, and a stellar cast of guest vocalists.

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Solid indeed.

tiggerhead

With 'Record Collection' Ronson (& his Business Intl network of vocalists & rappers) cleverly mesh New Wave, Hip Hop, Brooklyn and Brit Pop into a full-spectrum of fun. This album really grabbed my attention. Well-crafted and genuine to its roots.

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Listenable Pop...

Panco

Sonicly speaking, not much new ground is covered. But it's an excellent road map to the dance floor...

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Solid

pcaps

I'm surprised no one has reviewed this album yet. Whether or not you're a Mark Ronson fan, this is a very solid album. No matter what you think of him, he has a really specific production style which on this album really compliments pretty much all of the vocalists. It's varied enough that, for me at least, it never gets stale--at 47 minutes it's just the right amount of Mark Ronson to have in one dose.

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