In 1999, the band signed an international record deal with Island Records. The band released their EP Half Hour of Power in 2000. Although some say it's their debut album, the band considers their next release All Killer, No Filler their debut album. The band released their debut album, All Killer, No Filler in 2001. The band achieved mainstream success with their first single from the album, "Fat Lip", which reached number-one on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart and remains the band's most successful single to date.All Killer No Filler was certified platinum in the United States, Canada and in the United Kingdom.
Computer World (German: Computerwelt) is the eighth studio album by German electronic music band Kraftwerk, released on 10 May 1981. The album peaked at number fifteen on the UK Albums Chart. It was certified silver by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) on 12 February 1982 for shipments in excess of 60,000 copies.
The album deals with the themes of the rise of computers within society. Critics see this album as a peak in the career of Kraftwerk, along with The Man-Machine and Trans-Europe Express. The compositions are credited to Ralf Hütter, Florian Schneider, and Karl Bartos. In keeping with the album's concept, Kraftwerk showcased their music on an ambitious world tour and issued several different versions of the single "Pocket Calculator" in different languages: namely, German ("Taschenrechner"), French ("Mini Calculateur") and Japanese ("Dentaku", or 電卓). A fifth version, in Italian ("Mini Calcolatore"), was lip-synched to on Italian television in 1981.
As was the case with the two previous albums, Computer World was released in both German- and English-language editions. The title of the final track, "It's More Fun to Compute", is in English in all releases, as it is based on the slogan "It's more fun to compete!" that could be seen on old pinball machines. There are also some minor differences in the album mixes used on the English- and German-language releases.
In early 2009, Basshunter started the process of recording the album. A comment was posted on his official website in April that he was "back in the studio to do some work on the new album." On July 1, 2009, it was announced that Basshunter would be releasing a brand new single titled "Every Morning" on 21 September with the new album, "Bass Generation", being released one week later on 28 September. On 1 September 2009, the official album artwork and tracklisting was posted on Hard2Beat.com. On 15 September, it was revealed on Basshunter's official Bebo profile that the album would also be released as a two-disc set.
In early September 2009, before the album was released the song "Numbers" was released to the public as a free download via Basshunter's official Bebo profile. The album release date was eventually moved up a week for unknown reasons to September 28, 2009, along with the single "Every Morning", which was released on September 21, 2009.
Once in the case of a `jaldi five' calling, my numbers came so quickly that I was taken by surprise and did not call. But I had the consolation of sharing the prize with another since the next number called was one of mine also. All small sums ... One gentleman though took only one book and sold only half the number of 20 tickets.