What was the #1 album in 2006?
High School Musical cast Soundtrack
Top 10 best-selling albums of 2006
|1.||High School Musical cast||Soundtrack|
|4.||Red Hot Chili Peppers||Stadium Arcadium|
What kind of music was popular in 2006?
2006 was an exceptionally good year for hip-hop, which included full-lengths from JAY Z (the “comeback album,” Kingdom Come), T.I., The-Game, Young Jeezy and the debut album from Rick Ross, just to name a few of the big shots.
What was the biggest hit song of 2006?
Powter’s “Bad Day” is the best-performing single this year, topping the Billboard Top Hot 100 Hits of 2006. “Hips Don’t Lie” gave Shakira a number-one single credit, her first since she began her recording career in 1996.
What was top of the charts in 2006?
Top 100 Hits of 2006/Top 100 Songs of 2006
- Bad Day – Daniel Powter.
- Temperature – Sean Paul.
- Promiscuous – Nelly Furtado featuring Timbaland.
- You’re Beautiful – James Blunt.
- Hips Don’t Lie – Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean.
- Unwritten – Natasha Bedingfield.
- Crazy – Gnarls Barkley.
- Ridin’ – Chamillionaire featuring Krayzie Bone.
Why buy a 2006 Harley-Davidson Street Rod?
Well, wonder no more. The 2006 Harley-Davidson Street Rod takes the V-Rod’s engine and drops it in a frame that sets the rider in a standard riding position and has the ability to corner like no other cruiser.
What are the condition grades for Harley-Davidson motorcycles?
VINTAGE – There are 5 condition grades for Harley-Davidson. There are many options that may affect the final value on Harley-Davidson motorcycles such as multi-speed transmissions, clutch assembly, electronics,engine options, dual brakes, side cars, etc. These options will be covered in upcoming editions.
What makes the Harley V-rod so special?
With a liquid-cooled engine (gasp) created by a collaboration between the Motor Company and Porsche (wheeze), the V-Rod’s powerplant sent many of the Harley faithful into asthmatic fits. The styling, with its brushed metal and funky instrument pod, only called even more attention to the bike’s “otherness.”