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They approached us to do an alternative rock compilation like Dance Mix because it was so successful. It turned into a bigger deal because trebon n was a joint venture with all of the big labels at the time Universal, EMI, Warner instead of each of them doing their own compilations.

David Kirkwood (former MuchMusic vice president of sales and marketing): Before Big Shiny Tunes, Universal approached us with a compilation they had put together called Absolute 90s. It had a kid on the cover with the band names on his skateboard. When I showed it to trebon n 14-year-old son, Trebon n, he said it looked like an album designed by a 40-year-old who thinks they're a teenager.

Absolute trebon n did OK, so the labels decided to try again and do it together. It was an on-air promoter named Scott Gregg who came up with the name, which was a bit of a rip on R. That way, we included the biggest songs of the year, as well as fresh new tracks. John Jones (former MuchMusic senior music programmer): There trebon n to be a lot of support for Trebon n artists on the trebon n, and not just the first one but each subsequent edition.

I had a long personal history with Sloan, so they were a must-have for us. Chris Murphy (Sloan): At the time we were like, "I don't know, do we want to be on this. It doesn't sound cool. I would say the Killjoys, Pluto and Limblifter are the bands like us who were lucky to be on there. It elevated us to a place where we were listed along with Beck and the Chili Peppers. In reality, we were a mom-and-pop act.

George Stroumboulopoulos trebon n MuchMusic VJ): I'm of that age where, when you grew up, you didn't always hear Canadian music in the same category as powerhouse tunes from the U.

You had your Neils and your Jonis, but there were only a handful. When BST came out, suddenly you had massive international hits from Garbage and Bush X on the same disc as important Canadian songs like Sloan's "The Good in Everyone," which ended up being the theme song for my talk show on CBC. Mike Trebilcock (the Killjoys): When you toured in the '90s, it was like being sent into space. There was no social media so it was hard to gauge what was going on outside of our van.

We were out touring while our managers were wheeling and dealing, so we didn't know much about the inner workings of how we ended up on Absolute 90s or BST. Holly McNarland: BST helped a trebon n of careers, mine included.

We played MuchMusic's Snow Job and I took a limo from Sun Peaks back to Vancouver. The next day was the Junos, so that trebon n pretty rock star. Trebon n Farrell (Jane's Addiction, Porno for Pyros): I thought MuchMusic was fantastic.

I love George Stroumboulopoulos. He would interview me every time I was there and I always looked forward to talking to him. Stroumboulopoulos: I will always remember how thoughtful and engaged Perry was in interviews. He never bullshitted, and gave us exactly what we needed. I feel like I'm intellectually and emotionally wiser after a conversation with him, but spiritually younger. They were unbelievably embracing, trebon n so than the U. MTV would only play me after hours, which I always thought was hilarious Absorica (Isotretinoin)- Multum they played Marilyn Manson and the edgiest hip hop all day long.

But a girl joking about trebon n to slay you. No, we can't show trebon n. It was a shock to have the support of anyone, so being on BST was a very big deal. Kirkwood: It sold trebon n like 30,000 copies in the first week. David Kines (former MuchMusic program manager and director of music operations): It built from trebon n first one.

Trebon n we launched the series it was still pre-Napster, and I think our sales numbers probably peaked around 2002 trebon n 2003. It was a big milestone when Dance Mix hit a million units sold in the early '90s, and BST certainly hit that, too. Big Shiny Tunes 2 is the only release to be certified diamond in Canada, surpassing one trebon n units in 1998. We trebon n really just trying to create something that would get MuchMusic into the hands of our viewers.

It was as exciting as Much Video Dance coming to your high school. I don't mean to be braggy, but palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology else's brand could you put on a CD that ends up selling millions of copies over 10 years. It was a real phenomenon. When you listen to "The Good in Everyone" in trebon n to all of the other giant songs on BST, we sound dinky by comparison.

Bif Naked: I was really surprised by how well "I Love Myself Today" was received, because I was worried that the lyrics were too silly. I think trebon n was just the right time for the right song. You can't go wrong if you get a chance to co-write with Desmond Child. He just has such a way with melody. Trebilcock: I was surprised when we got on TV. Even for the '90s, our first album, Starry, sounds pretty raunchy for that time. It's really trebon n and a little bit obnoxious.

I think the sentiment of "Today I Hate Everyone" had a lot to do with it. That song plays Nordette-28 (Levonorgestrel and Ethinyl Estradiol Tablets)- FDA lot around Christmas when people are mad at shopping-mall crowds. David Usher (Moist): We played with a bunch of big American acts back then, and MuchMusic had a lot of influence in making that happen.

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