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From Monday, March 12, 2001 through Monday, March 26, 2001, you can take 15% off any purchase of $9.95 or more in our music section. Buy best-selling albums, box sets, and back catalog CDs, and much more. Just make a purchase of $9.95 or more and you'll save 15%... guaranteed.
All That You Can't Leave Behind $13.28
With this effort, U2 has recorded its most satisfying album since 1991's Achtung, Baby. After diverging into experiments with both sonics (Zooropa) and cultural irony (Pop), the Irish four-piece has returned -- a little wiser, a little kinder and gentler -- to its strengths.
It's impossible to listen to Music, Madonna's ninth album of new material, without making the inevitable comparisons to her Grammy-winning 1998 electronic opus Ray of Light. Like that album, Music is awash in dance beats and computerized bleeps and loops.
No Angel $12.58
The digital chanteuse, who, as a child, was trained in classical music is a subtly seductive vocalist who turns on the charm on such smooth ballads as "My Lover's Gone," before she shines with radiant confidence on such melodically, lush tunes as "Don't Think Of Me."
Two Against Nature $13.28
Becker and Fagen seem to have found their happy place during the recording of Two Against Nature. And as it's presented on this extremely infectious collection, their joy is contagious.
J. Lo $13.28
If you take any lesson away from Jennifer Lopez's new record, J. Lo, let it be this: Underneath the Grammy dresses, the potentially felonious boyfriend, the stylists, and the bling-bling, Jennifer Lopez is just like any other girl: She has a boyfriend she can't make behave ("I'm Gonna Be Alright"), she wants the DJ to put on a record so she can dance with her baby ("Play"), and she isn't adverse to the occasional booty call ("I'm Real").
Beatles 1 $13.28
It's a safe bet that all but the most casual Beatles fans have their own copies of most of the songs on the Beatles' latest release-slash-marketing opportunity, but Beatles 1, a compendium of every No. 1 hit the band ever had, is perhaps their best -- and certainly most useful -- post-breakup release.
All That You Can't Leave Behind -- U2
Everyday -- Dave Matthews Band
Two Against Nature -- Steely Dan
Greatest Hits -- Lenny Kravitz
Music -- Madonna
No Angel -- Dido
Breathe -- Faith Hill
Beatles 1 -- The Beatles
The Marhall Mathers LP -- Eminem
Hotshot -- Shaggy
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