Definition of discography
1 : a descriptive list of recordings by category, composer, performer, or date of release an Elvis Presley discography
2 : the history of recorded music
discographicallyplay \-fi-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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His blue-collar roots are so obvious that multiple people have compared his very identity to the discography of Bruce Springsteen.
Taking in just about every post-Uncle Tupelo group in his discography, Tweedy focuses primarily on solo-acoustic versions of his songs for main band Wilco but also includes one apiece from Loose Fur and Golden Smog.
Two albums and countless EPs later, Recondite has amassed a potent discography that continues to evolve with each release.
Katy seems stuck in 2016, promoting an album with love and kindness even as critics pan the record and her pop rival Swift plays petty, dropping her entire discography on streaming services perhaps to steal the spotlight.
Swift, who has traditionally eschewed music streaming services, released all of her discography on streaming the day Perry’s album was released, which many believe was not a coincidence.
Others, myself included, would have preferred to see the exhaustive lists of personnel and repertoire confined to a discography.
Mr. Lewiston’s discography includes dozens of records.
Traversing the whole of Muse’s discography (including some five tracks from their new album), this tour didn’t feature the drones or 360 stage of the 2015 world tour.
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Origin and Etymology of discography
French discographie, from disc- + -graphie -graphy
First Known Use: 1932See Words from the same year
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