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Singles (1992) is a film set in Seattle, written and directed by Cameron Crowe.
Singles is a compilation album by The Smiths, pitched as a compilation of previously issued singles. It was released in February, 1995 by the new owner of their back catalogue, WEA (Sire Records in the United States). Its highest British chart position was #5; it did not chart in the U.S.
Singles is a compilation album by the Scottish rock band Travis comprised of all the singles by the band, first released in late 2004. It also contains two new tracks, "Walking in the Sun" and "The Distance".
Singles is the original soundtrack album to the film Singles, primarily focused on the ascendant grunge music scene of the early 1990s. It also features contributions from Paul Westerberg (his first solo material after the breakup of The Replacements), Chicago's Smashing Pumpkins, and past Seattle rockers Jimi Hendrix and the Lovemongers (Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart). It was released on June 30, 1992.
Singles is a compilation album by Suede, consisting of all of the band's singles over the course of their career.
Singles is a box set featuring the singles from the grunge band Nirvana's two biggest studio albums. Released in 1995, a year after Kurt Cobain's death, it features six CDs: four from Nevermind ("Smells Like Teen Spirit", "Come as You Are", "In Bloom" and "Lithium") and two from In Utero ("Heart-Shaped Box" and "All Apologies").
Singles is a collection of previously unreleased songs and rare b-sides by Jimmy Eat World. It was released on August 8, 2000.
Singles is a two CD compilation of New Order's singles from 1981-2005, released on October 32005. Unlike the CD version of earlier singles compilation Substance, the B-sides are not included. While Substance aimed to showcase New Order's 12" singles, Singles instead features 7" versions, some of these being quite rare as well as differing from album versions.
Singles (The UA Years) is a compilation album by The Stranglers.
Singles is the title of the greatest hits album of singer Alison Moyet, released in 1995. The album includes two tracks not previously released, the first and last tracks on the album, as well as a number of hits from the singer's stint in 80s electro-pop band Yazoo.