Trouble is the debut album by the Senegalese American R&B singer Akon, released in 2004. The singles released from the album are "Locked Up", "Ghetto", "Lonely", "Belly Dancer (Bananza)" and "Pot of Gold," with the biggest of these being "Lonely."
"Trouble" is a song by Lindsey Buckingham. It was the biggest hit of the album Law and Order, which was released in 1981. It was also Buckingham's first hit as a solo artist.
Trouble is the debut album by Maine singer-songwriter Ray La Montagne. It was released on September 14, 2004 in the United States, and on September 20, 2004 in the United Kingdom. Although the album was released in 2004, the song didn't enter the top five of the UK charts until August 2006.
"Trouble" is the first track on the debut album of the same name by Maine folk singer Ray La Montagne. The album was released by RCA on September 14 2004. It has also appeared on LaMontagne's Live From Bonnaroo EP, released in 2005.
"Trouble" is a rock song recorded by Pink for her third studio album Try This (2003). It was written by Tim Armstrong and Pink and features a prominent guitar riff. The song was released as the album's first single in late 2003 (see 2003 in music) and was moderately successful, reaching number two on the Canadian Singles Chart on November 29 2003.
Trouble was the fourth album by the American doom metal band of the same title, released in 1990. It was the band's first release on Def American.
"Trouble" is a popular song by Cat Stevens. The song first appeared on his 1970 album Mona Bone Jakon and later in the movie Harold and Maude along with other Cat Stevens' songs - the whole soundtrack of the movie was by him.
Trouble is musical artist Bonnie Mc Kee's debut album. The songs were written during her 14th and 15th years, and reflect events in her own life at that time. McKee had produced six of these in demo form in 2001, and they were broadcast on Seattle, Washington radio stations as well as the National Public Radio network.
"Trouble" is the third single from Coldplay's debut album Parachutes. This was the band's second Top 10 hit on the UK Singles Chart. Regional singles were released for UK/Europe, Norway (Live EP), and Australia (Double A-side).
Trouble is an American doom metal band noted for their slow (by 1980s standards), heavy albums such as their 1984 debut, Trouble (later Psalm 9), The Skull (1985), and others. Other than their influence on the just-emerging subgenre, they are also known as being one of the better, more prominent Christian metal bands, now or then. Many critics disagreed that they were Christian because use of the word "Fuck" in "Bastards Will Pay" (it should be noted that the band does not consider themselves as a Christian act).
The second album from British rock band Whitesnake, led by former Deep Purple vocalist David Coverdale.