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The Unknown Ajax The Unknown Ajax is a Regency novel by Georgette Heyer. Lord Darracott is an elderly peer who had four sons (in addition to a number of daughters in whom he has no interest): his heir, however, has recently died.
The Unknown DJ The Unknown DJ, born Andre Manuel, is one of the pioneers of West Coast hip-hop. He first started produced electro tracks that came out under his own name, the most popular probably being "Basstronic".
The Unknown Soldier (comics) The Unknown Soldier is a DC Comics war comic book character and series. The character and series were created and originally drawn by Joe Kubert, first appearing in Star Spangled War Stories #151 (Juneâ€“July 1970).
The Unknown Soldier (novel) The Unknown Soldier (Tuntematon sotilas) is author VĂ¤inĂ¶ Linna's first major novel and his other major work beside Under the North Star. Published in 1954, it is a story about the Continuation War between Finland and the Soviet Union as told from the viewpoint of ordinary Finnish soldiers.
The Unknown Stars The Unknown Stars is a Hindi documentary movie being directed by newcomer Romuz Uddin. The movie is based on stars/actors who got stardom for a while in Bollywood and are forgotten now, or character artists, comedians etc.
The Unmaker The Unmaker is the main antagonist in Orson Scott Card's alternate history/fantasy series The Tales of Alvin Maker, often portrayed as analogous to Satan. Never directly confronted, it is a supernatural force that breaks apart matter and aims to destroy and consume everything and everyone.
The Unofficial Clone Wars Site The Unofficial Clone Wars Site (TUCWS) is one of the largest and comprehensive fan sites on the internet dedicated to the Clone Wars as shown in George Lucas's Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith and the multimedia campaign that included novels, video/computer games, comic books, cartoons and short stories.
The Unprocessed Child: Living Without School The Unprocessed Child: Living Without School (ISBN 0-9729416-0-6) by Valerie Fitzenreiter is a book about how Fitzenreiter raised her daughter, Laurie Chancey, using a combination of unschooling and attachment parenting. The author's philosophy of parenting is based mainly on the works of John Caldwell Holt and A.
The Unquestionable Truth (Part 2) The Unquestionable Truth (Part 2) is to be the sixth album from Limp Bizkit, and the sequel to 2005's The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1). There has been a lot of controversy over the album, and some debate whether it will even be released.
The Unquiet Dead The Unquiet Dead is an episode in the British science-fiction television series Doctor Who that was first broadcast on April 9, 2005. The BBC received complaints from parents whose children had watched the episode and had nightmares, as a result of the disturbing content.
The Unquiet Grave The Unquiet Grave is an English folk song in which a young man mourns his dead love too hard and prevents her from obtaining peace. It is thought to date from 1400 and was collected in 1868 by Francis James Child, it is Child Ballad number 78.
The Unreality of Time The Unreality of Time is an important paper on the Philosophy of Time written in 1908 by John McTaggart Ellis McTaggart. The paper was published in Mind: A Quarterly Review of Psychology and Philosophy 17 (1908): 456-473.
The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences In 1960, the physicist Eugene Wigner published an article titled The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences, arguing that the way in which the mathematical structure of a physical theory often points the way to further advances in that theory and even to empirical predictions, is not a coincidence but must reflect some larger and deeper truth about both mathematics and physics.
The Unsacred Texts Of The Koton The Unsacred Texts Of The Koton is a book which was supposedly entrusted to SS Officer Herck Von Bahlow for translation when it was discovered during World War II and smuggled it to the Wewelsburg castle lair of Heinrich Himmler who hoped it would reveal an ultimate power to him.
The Unsaid The Unsaid is a thriller about a mental patient, trying to prove he can get out of the institution. He is being helped by a psychiatrist, played by Andy Garcia, who sees similarities between the young man and his own son, who committed suicide years ago.
The Unsinkable Molly Brown The Unsinkable Molly Brown is a musical play which tells the fictionalized account of the life of Margaret Brown, whose husband made a fortune in the Colorado gold mines, and who survived the sinking of the RMS Titanic. The music is by Meredith Willson and the book by Richard Morris.
The Unstuck Man The Unstuck Man is the first episode for the fifth season of the science fiction television show Sliders. The Sliders arrive on a world where one scientist's attempt to influence reality on a quantum level could have disastrous consequences.
The Untouchables (1957 book) The Untouchables is an autobiographical novel by Eliot Ness and Oscar Fraley, published in 1957. The book deals with the experiences of Eliot Ness, a Federal Agent in the Bureau of Prohibition, as he fights crime in Chicago in the late 1920s and early 1930s with the help of a special team of agents handpicked for their incorruptibility, nicknamed the Untouchables.
The Untouchables (1959 TV series) The Untouchables is the name of a television series that ran from 1959 to 1963 on the American Broadcasting Company. Based on the memoir of the same name by Eliot Ness and Oscar Fraley, it dealt with the experiences of Eliot Ness, a United States Justice Department agent, as he fought crime in Chicago in the 1930s with the help of a special team of agents handpicked for their incorruptibility, nicknamed the Untouchables.
The Untouchables (1987 film) The Untouchables is a 1987 film, directed by Brian De Palma, based on the 1959 ABC television series, which, in turn, was based on Eliot Ness's autobiographical account of his efforts to bring Al Capone to justice. It was adapted by David Mamet, and stars Kevin Costner as Ness, Sean Connery as Irish-American beat cop James Malone, and Robert de Niro as Capone.
The Untouchables (1993 TV series) The Untouchables is an American adventure and drama television show, which portrayed work of the real life Untouchables federal investigative squad in Prohibition-era Chicago and its efforts against Al Capone's attempts to profit from the market in bootleg liquor.
The Untouchables of Elliot Mouse The Untouchables of Elliot Mouse is a 26 half-hour television animated series that parodies the violent atmosphere of Chicago during the Dry Law, as well as the old American films, their heroes and villains. The main characters in this series are four friendly mice, Elliot, Gordon, Mr.
The Untouchables: Capone Rising The Untouchables: Capone Rising is a prequel to director Brian De Palma's earlier film The Untouchables. It tells the story of Al Capone's arrival in Chicago, Illinois and his dealings with cop Jimmy Malone, and his subsequent rise to power.
The Unwritten Girl The Unwritten Girl is a young adult book written by Canadian author James Bow published by Boardwalk Books about a girl by the name of Rosemary Watson who lives in the fictional town of Clarksbury. She has endured a lot of teasing throughout her school years ever since her brother Theo suffered from a nervous breakdown.
The UN Security Council and the Iraq war In March 2003 the US government announced that "diplomacy has failed" and that it would proceed with a "coalition of the willing" to rid Iraq of its alleged weapons of mass destruction. The 2003 Iraq war officially started a few days later.
The UNIX-HATERS Handbook The UNIX-HATERS Handbook is a semi-humorous edited compilation of messages to the UNIX-HATERS mailing list. The book was edited by Simson Garfinkel, Daniel Weise and Steven Strassmann and published in 1994 (IDG, ISBN 1-56884-203-1).
The Up-Late Game Show The Up-Late Game Show is a late night interactive television program shown in Australia on Network Ten, written and hosted by Big Brother Australia 2005 contestant Simon Deering, commonly known by the nickname Hotdogs. The show's format centres on the host presenting simple puzzles, to which viewers provide answers by telephone in return for cash prizes.
The Upper Crust The Upper Crust are an American rock band who adopt the personas of 18th century aristocratic fops and sing songs from that perspective. They affect titles of nobility, powdered wigs, period costumes, and a snobbish attitude while performing live and on their albums.
The Upper Room (Christianity) The Upper Room is an arm of The United Methodist Church which encourages prayer, piety, and Bible reading. It publishes a number of ecumenical devotional resources and is best known for its devotional reader entitled The Upper Room.
The Upper Room (paintings) The Upper Room is an installation of 13 paintings of rhesus macaque monkeys by English artist Chris Ofili in a specially-designed room. It was bought by the Tate Gallery in 2005 and caused controversy as Ofili was on the board of Tate trustees at the time of the purchase.
The Upside Down Show The Upside Down Show is a live action daytime children's show which airs on Noggin. It features two brothers, played by Shane Dundas and David Collins, who gained fame as physical comedians The Umbilical Brothers.
The Upside of Down The Upside of Down: Catastrophe, Creativity, and the Renewal of Civilization is a non-fiction book published in 2006 by Thomas Homer-Dixon, professor at the University of Toronto and director of the Trudeau Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies. The book sets out a theory of the growth, crisis, and renewal of societies.
The Upside-Down Kingdom The Upside-Down Kingdom is a book written by Donald B. Kraybill, a Mennonite sociologist, educator, and Senior Fellow of Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies at Elizabethtown College in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania.
The Upstate The Upstate is the region in northwestern South Carolina, United States also known as The Upcountry. Although loosely defined among locals, the general definition includes the 8 counties of the Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson CSA which has an overall population of 1,162,459.
The Urantia Book The Urantia Book is a spiritual and philosophical tome that discusses God, science, religion, history, philosophy, and destiny. Sometimes it is referred to as "The Urantia Papers", or the "Fifth Epochal Revelation" or by the abbreviation of "TUB".
The UrbanWire The UrbanWire is a popular entertainment and lifestyle ezine produced and maintained by journalism students of Ngee Ann Polytechnicâ€™s School of Film and Media Studies in Singapore, attracting an average of 1.2 million hits each month.
The Urbz: Sims in the City The Urbz: Sims in the City is a video game for the GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Xbox consoles, as well as the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS portable systems. It is the third Sims game for video game consoles.
The Urinals The Urinals were a three-piece punk rock band formed in 1978 in Los Angeles, consisting of John Talley-Jones on vocals and bass, Kevin Barrett on drums and vocals, and Kjehl Johansen on guitar and vocals. In the band's first performance at a talent show at UCLA, where they were students, two other students joined them.
The Usual Suspects The Usual Suspects is a 1995 British/American movie written by Christopher McQuarrie (who earned an Oscar for the screenplay) and directed by Bryan Singer. It stars Kevin Spacey (who won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance), Gabriel Byrne, Chazz Palminteri, Stephen Baldwin, Pete Postlethwaite, Benicio Del Toro and Kevin Pollak.
The Utterly Utterly Merry Comic Relief Christmas Book The Utterly Utterly Merry Comic Relief Christmas Book was a fundraising book issued on behalf of Comic Relief in 1986. It was edited by Douglas Adams and Peter Fincham and contained contributions from many of the leading comedy writers and performers of the day.
The very best of Lighthouse Family The very best of Lighthouse Family was a greatest hits compilation album released by UK duo Lighthouse Family in 7 April, 2003 on Polydor. There are two different versions of this album, one with the two bonus tracks - Lifted (Linslee Mix) and End Of The Sky, and one without them.
The Va Dinci Cod The Va Dinci Cod, written by British comedian Adam Roberts under the pen name Don Brine (a parody of Dan Brown,) is a parody of the New York Times Bestseller, The Da Vinci Code. The character names in the novels are reminiscent of the well-known characters: Sophie Nudivue (Sophie Neveu), Robert Donglan (Robert Langdon), and Curvy Tash (Bezu Fache).
The Vagina Dialogues The Vagina Dialogues is a five minute short film on Atom Filmswhich is a parody of Eve Ensler]'s [[The Vagina Monologues. It is about a woman whose vagina starts talking halfway during her having sex with her present boyfriend.
The Vagina Monologues The Vagina Monologues is an Obie Award-winning episodic play written by Eve Ensler which premiered at the off-Broadway Westside Theatre in 1996. Ensler originally starred in the production, playing all the various women who share their views about their vaginas with the audience; when she left the play it was recast with three celebrity monologists.
The Valentines The Valentines were an Australian rock 'n' roll band active from 1966-1970, chiefly noted for their lead singers, Bon Scott, who later went on to great success as lead vocalist with AC/DC, and Vince Lovegrove, who subsequently became a successful music journalist and manager of Divinyls.
The Valentines - New York R&B Group The Valentines are one of the most highly regarded Doo Wop groups from the mid 1950â€™s and their records are highly sought by collectors. Although they never had a record on the national hit parades they were extremely popular in New York and the East Coast in general and had many regional big sellers.
The Valiant The Valiant is a 1929 film which tells the story of a man condemned to execution who tries to convince two women that he is not their son and brother, and that they must get on with their lives. It stars Paul Muni, Marguerite Churchill, DeWitt Jennings, Henry Kolker, Edith Yorke, Richard Carlyle and Johnny Mack Brown.
The Valiant Little Tailor The Valiant Little Tailor or The Brave Little Tailor is a German fairy tale collected by the Brothers Grimm, tale number 20. Joseph Jacobs collected another variant A Dozen at One Blow in European Folk and Fairy Tales.
The Valkyries (book) The Valkyries is Coelho's third major publication, and his first in the 90s (1992). The rights for it exist in four different languages - English, Persian, Portuguese and Spanish - these belong to HarperCollins; Caravan Books; Pergaminho and Planeta DeAgostini respectively.
The Valley (band) With an ambition to always evolve, yet retain elements of the deftly crafted fusion of metal, hardcore and melodies that The Valley showcased on the bandâ€™s well-received debut EP, A Small Misunderstanding Leads To Disaster, the group have achieved the goal with their anticipated follow up EP, Burning At The Mistake.
The Valley of Bones The seventh novel in the sequence of twelve comprising Anthony Powell's masterpiece, A Dance to the Music of Time. Published in 1964, it is the first of the war trilogy, poignantly capturing the atmosphere of the time whilst offering a subversively comic view of Army life.
The Valley of Decision The Valley of Decision is a 1945 film set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania which tells the story of a young house maid who falls in love with the son of the local coal mine owner. Their romance is endangered when her family, all miners, go on strike against his father.
The Valley of Gwangi The Valley of Gwangi is a 1969 fantasy film directed by Jim O'Connolly and written by William Bast. The film is also known as Gwangi, The Lost Valley, The Valley Time Forgot, and The Valley Where Time Stood Still.
The Valley of the Moon The Valley of the Moon (1913) is a novel by American writer Jack London as well as an old mythic and romantic name for the wine-growing Sonoma Valley of California. This valley is located north of the San Francisco Bay Area in Sonoma County, California.
The Valley of the Shadow The Valley of the Shadow is a digital humanities project hosted by the University of Virginia detailing the experiences of Confederate soldiers from Augusta County in Virginia and Union soldiers from Franklin County in Pennsylvania. It is considered one of the most impressive uses of new technology in representing history.
The Valley Today The Valley Today is a Canadian daily newspaper published in Windsor, Nova Scotia covering communities in Hants and Digby counties as well as the Annapolis Valley counties of Annapolis and Kings, for which the newspaper is named.
The Valves The Valves were one of the early punk groups from Edinburgh in Scotland. The band, who are cronicled in Henrik Poulsen's book 77: The Year of Punk and New Wave, featured Dave Robertson as Dee Robot on vocals Gordon Dair on drums, Gordon Scott or Pada on bass and Ronnie Mackinnon on guitar, and released a number of records on Zoom Records.
The Vampire's Assistant The Vampire's Assistant is the second book in The Saga of Darren Shan by Darren Shan. It is part of the Vampire Blood trilogy, which comprises of the three books Cirque du Freak, The Vampire's Assistant and Tunnels of Blood.
The Van (film) The Van is a comedy movie made in the late 1970s which shows stereotypical teenagers in the 70's who try to make it through their social lives by drag racing with each other and trying to score with recent high school graduate girls. The movie features music from Sammy Johns (most notably the song Chevy Van), and is a representative of its time, showing expression's of free sex and people rocking out to 8-track music, the film shows what it was like to be a teenager in the 70's.
The Vancouver Irish Sporting and Social Club The Vancouver Irish Sports & Social Club is a blend of new immmigrants, second generation Irish descendants and other Canadians. Over the years, the ISSC have donated their time and efforts in support of many events that have come through Vancouver by the way of Ireland.
The Vancouver Sun The Vancouver Sun is a daily newspaper first published in the Canadian province of British Columbia on February 12, 1912. The paper is currently published by the Pacific Newspaper Group Inc, a division of the CanWest MediaWorks Income Fund, which is affiliated with CanWest Global Communications company.
The Vancouver Sun Classic Children's Book Collection The Vancouver Sun Classic Children's Book Collection is a set of 32 novels published by The Vancouver Sun from 2004-2005. The novels could only be purchased by presenting a coupon from the newspaper and paying the stated amount of money to a store which sold the novel.
The Vandals / Assorted Jelly Beans split 7" The Vandals / Assorted Jelly Beans split 7" is a 7-inch record put out by Kung Fu Records in 1996. It was the first release to be put out by the label, which was founded by Vandals members Joe Escalante and Warren Fitzgerald for the purpose of releasing an album by the Huntington Beach band Assorted Jelly Beans.
The Vandals Play Really Bad Original Country Tunes The Vandals Play Really Bad Original Country Tunes is an album by the southern California punk rock band The Vandals, released in 1999 by Kung Fu Records. Essentially a re-release of their 1989 album Slippery When Ill, it contains 8 of the 10 songs from that album along with 2 newer, previously unavailable songs.
The Vanden Plas The Vanden Plas is the name of the UK-based electronic music group led by Richard Reynolds , who released their critically acclaimed debut single, Santa Margherita, in 2003 on Independiente Records. They have also since remixed the Top 10 record, Out of Touch by Uniting Nations and worked with Rachel Stevens for her testicular cancer-preventing film "Rachel Gets Fruity".
The Vane Sisters The Vane Sisters is the second to last short story by Vladimir Nabokov, written in March of 1951; it is famous for providing one of the most extreme examples of an unreliable narrator. It is published in The Stories of Vladimir Nabokov (1995).
The Vanguard Group Vanguard is an American investment management company that offers mutual funds and other financial products and services to individual and institutional investors in the United States and abroad. Company headquarters are near Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.
The Vanguard School The Vanguard School is a public high school created by the award-winning Cheyenne Mountain Charter Academy, open and operating a 9th grade during the 2006-07 school year. The school has implemented a classically based college-preparatory curriculum designed to develop academic excellence, virtue, and leadership.
The Vanilla Tapes The Vanilla Tapes were demo tracks recorded by the English punk band The Clash- in essence, an early version of their albumLondon Calling. Roadie Johnny Green was to deliver the tapes to the band's new producer, Guy Stevens; Green fell asleep on the train ride to the studio.
The Vanishing (1988 film) The Vanishing (Spoorloos) is a film directed by George Sluizer and produced by Anne Lordon and George Sluizer. Based on the novel The Golden Egg by Tim KrabbĂ© it was released internationally in 1988 and is in French and Dutch.
The Vanishing (1993 film) The Vanishing is a 1993 thriller starring Jeff Bridges, Kiefer Sutherland, Nancy Travis, and Sandra Bullock. It is an American English-language remake of a 1988 Franco-Dutch film of the same name, also directed by George Sluizer.
The Vantage Point North American members of the Aston Martin Owners Club receive four annual issues of The Vantage Point magazine. This reports on both Eastern and Western Section club activities, competition results, technical articles, new product information and a calendar of events.
The Variations Formed in 1998 under the pseudo-name â€śJasonâ€™s Fabulously Amazing Rotating Side Project: Featuring Steve & Geoff in No Particular Orderâ€ť, The Variations immediately began enjoying mild to no success. Unable to decide who would play which instrument, it was determined that when a song was written, the writer would play lead guitar and perform the lead vocals.
The Varieties of Religious Experience The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature is a book by the pioneering Harvard psychologist William James that comprises his edited Gifford Lectures on "Natural Theology" delivered at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland between 1901 and 1902.
The Vario Crew The Vario Crew was a group, operating in several areas on New York, in the Lucchese crime family, run by Caporegime Paul Vario. It was known to be vicious and spanned around 3 decades, operating from the early 1950s through to the early 1980s.
The Varsity (bar) The Varsity chain of thirty public houses is owned and operated by Barracuda Group in Marlow in Buckinghamshire. It is marketed towards students, usually located near university campuses in British cities â€” as such, it is a direct competitor of Mitchells and Butlers' Scream brand.
The Varsity (newspaper) The Varsity, the official student newspaper at the University of Toronto, is the second oldest student newspaper in Canada. Created in 1880, The Varsity is published twice weekly during the school year and three times over the summer months.
The Vaudeville Years The Vaudeville Years of Fleetwood Mac: 1968-1970 is an album by British blues rock band Fleetwood Mac, released in 1998. It was a compilation of outtakes and unreleased tracks from the band's early line-up, none of which had previously seen the light of day officially.
The Vault The Vault is a British free-to-air music television channel, owned by Chart Show Channels. They generally play songs which are between 1 and 5 years old, though they do play some music from the nineties and eighties.
The Vault of Horror (film) The Vault of Horror (otherwise known as Vault of Horror, Further Tales from the Crypt and Tales from the Crypt II) is a British portmanteau horror film made in 1973 by Amicus Productions. Like its predecessor, Tales from the Crypt, it is based on stories from the EC Comics series Tales from the Crypt and The Vault of Horror written by Al Feldstein and Bill Gaines.
The Vega Archipelago The Vega Archipelago, or VegaĂ¸yan in Norwegian, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2004. This cluster of small islands just south of the arctic circle surrounds Vega, Norway and is habitated since the Stone Age.
The Vegan Sourcebook The Vegan Sourcebook is a guide to veganism written by Joanne Stepaniak and first published in November 1998 by Lowell House. The book is intended for both existing vegans and those who are considering becoming vegans, and provides information on a range of topics related to veganism, including justifications for veganism, nutritional issues, and tips for vegans.
The Velvet Hammer The Velvet Hammer Burlesque was the first burlesque troupe of the New Burlesque era and is generally credited with bringing about the New Burlesque revival. Formed by Michelle Carr and Elvia Lehman in Los Angeles in 1995, performers have included Kitten de Ville, Catherine d'Lish, Miss Astrid, Ursulina and many others.
The Velveteen Rabbit The Velveteen Rabbit or How Toys Become Real is a classic children's story written by Margery Williams and illustrated by William Nicholson. It chronicles the story of a stuffed rabbit and his quest to become real through the love of his owner.
The Venetian The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino is a Venice-themed hotel and casino located on the famed Las Vegas Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada, on the site of the old Sands Hotel. The Venetian is owned and operated by the Las Vegas Sands Corporation.
The Venus of Konpara The Venus of Konpara (1960) is a novel by John Masters which draws on an extreme version of the "Aryan Invasion Theory" model of ancient Indian history, according to which invading Aryan barbarians ruthlessly crushed underfoot the indigenous Dravidian peoples of the country, forcing them into the position of an oppressed underclass.
The Verdict The Verdict is a 1982 feature film which tells the story of a down-on-his-luck alcoholic lawyer who pushes a medical malpractice case in order to improve his own situation, but discovers along the way that he is actually doing the right thing. It stars Paul Newman, Charlotte Rampling, Jack Warden, James Mason, Milo O'Shea and Lindsay Crouse.
The Verdict (1946 film) The Verdict is a 1946 film-noir drama directed by Don Siegel and written by Israel Zangwill and Peter Milne, based on Zangwill's novel The Big Bow Mystery. The film stars Sydney Greenstreet and Peter Lorre in one of their eight film pairings, as well as Joan Lorring and Ian Wolfe in a bit part as the jury foreman.
The Vermont Ghost Guide The Vermont Ghost Guide was a comprehensive guide-book published in 2000 that documented all of the major hauntings and ghost-sightings in Vermont, inspired by the numerous Vermont wildlife and destination guides. The book was researched and written by Vermont folklore expert Joe Citro and illustrated by famous horror artist and fellower Vermonter Steve Bissette.
The Verve Pipe (album) The Verve Pipe is the self-titled album by Michigan rock band The Verve Pipe, released on July 27, 1999. The band's second release for RCA Records, the album followed the platinum-selling Villains and its mammoth single, "The Freshmen".
The Very Best of - Rain, Rain Beautiful Rain The Very Best of - Rain, Rain Beautiful Rain is a 2-disc compilation album by the South African isicathamiya group Ladysmith Black Mambazo. It was released in the United Kingdom in November 2004, to coincide with the group's tour of the UK that month.
The Very Best of Dokken The Very Best of Dokken is the 'best of' package of 80s heavy metal band Dokken. Released on Rhino Records, this compilation contains most of Dokken's singles prior to 1995, the year this compilation was released.
The Very Best of Fleetwood Mac The Very Best of Fleetwood Mac is an enhanced compilation album released by rock band Fleetwood Mac in 2002 to promote their (future) album Say You Will. It was released as a double album in the USA, and as a single disc in the United Kingdom.
The Very Best of Jerry Garcia The Very Best of Jerry Garcia is a compilation album with recordings by Jerry Garcia, Grateful Dead, Jerry Garcia Band, Old and in the Way, Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band and Reconstruction. It includes one previously unreleased track ("Dear Prudence", a Beatles cover by Reconstruction).
The Very Best of Marvin Gaye (1994 album) The Very Best of Marvin Gaye is a 1994 UK-only greatest hits album by Marvin Gaye, released on the Motown label. The Very Best of Marvin Gaye is the best-selling as well as highest charting Marvin Gaye album in the United Kingdom ever, selling over 250,000 copies and peaking at #3 in the UK charts, respectively.
The Very Best of Marvin Gaye (2001 album) The Very Best of Marvin Gaye is a chronological look back at American R&B/soul singer Marvin Gaye's three decade-plus music career throughout his tenure in Motown Records in the 1960s and 1970s concluding with his final big hit, 1982's "Sexual Healing" from his brief tenure with Columbia Records before the singer's death in 1984. Re-released later in 2005 under Universal Records' Gold series, it has since been certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America.
The Very Best of Men's Recovery Project The Very Best of Men's Recovery Project is a greatest hits album released by the American experimental punk group Men's Recovery Project on October 15, 2005 (see 2005 in music). The album was released on CD on the 5RC label, while Load Records released the vinyl edition.
The Very Best of the Velvet Underground The Very Best of The Velvet Underground is a compilation album by The Velvet Underground. It was released in Europe on March 31, 2003, by Polydor, the record label that oversees the band's Universal Music Group back catalogue.
The Very Best of The Farm The Very Best of The Farm is an album released in June 2004 by Liverpool-based The Farm, although by this time they had long disbanded. The album was presumably meant to cash in on the band having re-released All Together Now earlier that year.