On May 23, 2011.

On May 23, 2011, “Startime International” label released “Torches”, the debut Foster the People studio album. It was recorded 2009 – 2011, and was produced by Rich Costey, Paul Epworth, Mark Foster, Tony Hoffer and  Greg Kurstin. The album was certified Platinum in Australia by “ARIA”, Platinum in Canada by “Music Canada”, and Platinum in US by “RIAA”.


  • Mark Foster- lead vocals,  piano,  guitar, keyboards,  synthesizers,  programming, percussion, Wurlitzer, vibraphone, glockenspiel
  • Cubbie Fink – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Mark Pontius – drums, percussion
  • Paul Epworth – programming, keyboards, percussion
  • Greg Kurstin- programming, synthesizer
  • Sean Cimino – guitar
  • Gary Grant – trumpet
  • Zach Heiligman – programming

Track listing:

All tracks by Mark Foster, except where noted.

  1. Helena Beat
  2. Pumped Up Kicks
  3. Call It What You Want
  4. Don’t Stop (Color on the Walls)
  5. Waste
  6. I Would Do Anything for You
  7. Houdini
  8. Life on the Nickel – Paul Epworth, Mark Foster
  9. Miss You – Zach Heiligman, Mark Foster
  10. Warrant

On May 23, 2008.

On May 23, 2008, “Durtro” label released “Black Ships Ate the Sky”, the 21st Current 93 album.


  • David Tibet – voice, guitars, electric leaking voices passim, mixing
  • Michael Cashmore – guitars, slide guitar, bass guitar
  • Ben Chasny – guitar
  • John Contreras – cello
  • Steven Stapleton – goatheard, mixing
  • Marc Almond – voice
  • Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – voice, banjo, tambura
  • Baby Dee – voice, harp
  • Ida Mercer – cello
  • Antony – voice, harp
  • Clodagh Simonds – voice, psaltery, zither, harmonium
  • Cosey Fanni Tutti – voice, musics
  • Chris Carter – musics
  • Andria Degens – voice, appalachian dulcimer, harmonica
  • Shirley Collins – voice
  • Iris Bishop – concertina
  • Amy Phillips – subliminal threnodic voice
  • William Breeze – viola
  • William Basinski – 9.28.82 galaxial compositions
  • Colin Potter – mixing
  • Mark Logan, Al Cisneros, Tina Gordon – astral projection production
  • John Contreras – cello arrangements

Track listing:

  1. Idumea – Marc Almond, Michael Cashmore, Charles Wesley, David Tibet
  2. Sunset (The Death of Thumbelina) – David Tibet, Ben Chasny
  3. Black Ships in the Sky – David Tibet, Michael Cashmore
  4. Then Kill Cæsar – David Tibet, Ben Chasny
  5. Idumæa – Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Charles Wesley
  6. This Autistic Imperium Is Nihil Reich – David Tibet, Michael Cashmore
  7. The Dissolution of the Boat Millions of YearsDavid Tibet, Michael Cashmore
  8. Idumæa – Baby Dee, Charles Wesley
  9. Bind Your Tortoise Mouth – David Tibet, Ben Chasny
  10. Idumæa – Antony Hegarty, Charles Wesley
  11. Black Ships Seen Last Year South of Heaven – David Tibet, Michael Cashmore
  12. Abba Amma (Babylon Destroyer) – David Tibet, Michael Cashmore, William Basinski
  13. Idumæa – Clodagh Simonds, Charles Wesley
  14. Black Ships Were Sinking into Idumæa – Part one: David Tibet, Michael Cashmore Part two: Cosey Fanni Tutti, Chris Carter, Charles Wesley
  15. The Beautiful Dancing Dust – David Tibet, Antony Hegarty
  16. Idumæa – Andria Degens, Charles Wesley
  17. Vauvauvau (Black Ships in Their Harbour) – David Tibet, Ben Chasny
  18. Idumæa – David Tibet, Ben Chasny, William Basinski, Charles Wesley
  19. Black Ships Ate the Sky – David Tibet, Charles Wesley
  20. Why Cæsar Is Burning Part II – David Tibet, Michael Cashmore
  21. Idumæa – Shirley Collins, Charles Wesley


On May 23, 1988.

On May 23, 1988, “Blackheart” label released “Up Your Alley”, the sixth Joan Jett and the Blackhearts studio album. It was recorded in 1988 and was produced by Kenny Laguna, Ric Browde and Desmond Child.


  • Joan Jett– lead vocals; guitars
  • Ricky Byrd – lead guitars
  • Thommy Price– drums
  • Kasim Sulton– bass guitar
  • The Uptown Horns:
    • Crispin Choe – baritone saxophone
    • Arno Hecht – tenor saxophone
    • Paul Litteral – trumpet
    • Robert Funk – trombone
  • Ronnie Lawson – keyboards
  • Mick Taylor– guitar solo
  • Frank Carillo– guitar; backing vocals
  • Kenny Laguna– various instruments; backing vocals
  • Desmond Child, Chuck Kentis, Louie Merlino, Paul Carrizzo – backing vocals
  • Thom Panunzio– associate producer; engineer; mixer
  • Jay Healy – engineer; mixer
  • Arthur Payson, James A. Ball, John Aiosa – engineer
  • Andrew Spigleman, David Cook, Rich Travali, Roger Talkov, Scott Forman, Teddy Trewhella, Thom Cadley – assistant engineer
  • Bob Ludwig– mastering

Track listing:

  1. I Hate Myself for Loving You – Joan Jett, Desmond Child
  2. Ridin’ with James Dean – Joan Jett, Ricky Byrd, Ric Browde
  3. Little Liar – Joan Jett, Desmond Child
  4. Tulane – Chuck Berry
  5. I Wanna Be Your Dog – Dave Alexander, Ron Asheton, Scott Asheton, Iggy Pop
  6. I Still Dream About You – Joan Jett, Ricky Bird, Gary Rottger
  7. You Want In, I Want Out – Joan Jett, Desmond Child
  8. Just Like in the Movies – Joan Jett, Ric Browde, Ricky Byrd, Kenny Laguna
  9. Desire – Joan Jett, Diane Warren, Kenny Laguna
  10. Back It Up – Joan Jett, Ricky Bird, Ric Browde
  11. Play That Song Again – Joan Jett, Ricky Bird, Frank Carillo

On May 22, 2005.

On May 22, 2007, “Secret City Records” released “Five Roses”, the debut Miracle Fortress album. It was recorded in 2007, at “Friendship Cove” in Montreal, and was produced by Graham Van Pelt.


  • Graham Van Pelt – vocals, guitar, drums, looping, pre-recorded sounds
  • Jordan Robson-Cramer – drums
  • Jessie Stein – guitar
  • Adam Waito – keyboards.

Track listing:

All tracks by Graham Van Pelt.

  1. Whirrs
  2. Have You Seen in Your Dreams
  3. Next Train
  4. Maybe Lately
  5. Beach Baby
  6. Hold Your Secrets to Your Heart
  7. Little Trees
  8. Poetaster
  9. Five Roses
  10. Blasphemy
  11. Fortune
  12. This Thing about You


On May 22, 1995.

On May 22, 1995, “East West” label released “P.H.U.Q.”, the second Wildhearts studio album. It was recorded 1994 – 1995, and was produced by Ginger.


  • Ginger- vocals, guitar
  • Danny McCormack– vocals, bass
  • Ritch Battersby – vocals, drums
  • CJ– vocals, guitar
  • Willie Dowling – keyboards

Track listing:

All tracks by Ginger

  1. I Wanna Go Where The People Go
  2. V – Day
  3. Just in Lust
  4. Baby Strange
  5. Nita Nitro
  6. Jonesing for Jones
  7. Woah Shit, You Got Through
  8. Cold Patootie Tango
  9. Caprice
  10. Be My Drug
  11. Naivety Play
  12. In Lilly’s Garden
  13. Getting It / Don’t Worry ’bout Me


On May 22, 1992.

On May 22, 1992, “Private Music” label released “Time Takes Time”, the tenth Ringo Starr album. It was recorded March – September 1991, February 1992, and was produced by Don Was, Jeff Lynne,   Peter Asher and Phil Ramone.


  • Ringo Starr– lead vocals, drums, percussion
  • Jeff Lynne– guitars, bass, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Mark Goldenberg, Waddy Wachtel– guitars
  • Andrew Gold, Roger Manning, Andy Sturmer– guitars, backing vocals
  • Michael Landau, David Grissom, Michael Thompson, Jeff Baxter– guitars
  • Mark Hart– guitars, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Benmont Tench, Robbie Buchanan, Jeffrey Vanston, Jamie Muhoberac– keyboards
  • James “Hutch” Hutchinson, Bob Glaub, Neil Stubenhaus– bass
  • Peter Asher– tambourine, backing vocals
  • Mark Hudson– percussion, backing vocals
  • Jim Horn– saxophone
  • Suzie Katayama – cello
  • Harry Nilsson– vocals
  • Raven Kane, Rosemary Butler, Valerie Carter, Terri Wood, Carmen Twillie, Wendy Fraser, Stephanie Spruill, Andrea Robinson, Bobbi Page, Doug Fieger, Berton Averre, Mark Hart, Craig Copeland, Naomi Star, Darlene Koldenhoven, Kathryn Cotter, Mark Warman, Brian Wilson, Doug Fieger, Brian O’Doherty – backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Weight of the World – Brian O’Doherty, Fred Velez
  2. Don’t Know a Thing About Love – Richard Feldman, Stan Lynch
  3. Don’t Go Where the Road Don’t Go – Richard Starkey, Johnny Warman, Gary Grainger
  4. Golden Blunders – Jonathan Auer, Kenneth Stringfellow
  5. All in the Name of Love – Jerry Lynn Williams
  6. After All These Years – Richard Starkey, Johnny Warman
  7. I Don’t believe You – Andy Sturmer, Roger Manning
  8. Runaways – Richard Starkey, Johnny Warman
  9. It’s a Heartbeat – Diane Warren
  10. What Goes Around – Rick Suchow



On May 21, 2001.

On May 21, 2001, “Green Linnet Records” label released “The Merry Sisters of Fate”, the third Lúnasa studio album. It was recorded in 2001, at “Marguerite Studios” in Dublin, and was produced by Seán Smyth, Kevin Crawford, Trevor Hutchinson, Cillian Vallely and Donogh Hennessy.


  • Seán Smyth– fiddle, low whislte
  • Kevin Crawford– flute, low whistle, F low whistle, whistle
  • Trevor Hutchinson– bass, double bass
  • Cillian Vallely– uilleann pipes, low whistle, F low whistle
  • Donogh Hennessy – acoustic and electric guitar, nylon strings guitar, steel string guitar, low whistle, whistle
  • Kieran Wilde – clarinet
  • David Odlum – guitars
  • Patz Fitzpatrick – piano, clarinet arrangement, harmonium
  • Ed Dean – lap steel guitar
  • Dave Hingerty – percussion
  • Miriam Ingram – clarinet arrangement
  • David Odlum, Ed Kenehan – recording, mixing
  • Naoimh Ingram – cover, design
  • Giorgia Bertazzi – photography

Track listing:

  1. Aoibhneas (Aoibhneas Eilis Ni Cheallaigh, Jimmy Ward’s, Not Safe With A Razor)
  2. Donogh and Mike’s (1 August, Windbr)
  3. Killarney Boys of Pleasure
  4. The Merry Sisters of Fate (The Merry Sisters Of Fate, The Longacre)
  5. Iníon Ni Scannláin
  6. Casu (Asturian Air, Aires De Pontevedra, Muineira De Casu)
  7. Páistin Fionn
  8. The Minor Bee (Minor Slip, Ronde De Loudeac, The Red Bee)
  9. Scully’s (Scully Casey’s, The Dusty Miller)
  10. Return from Fingal
  11. Morning Nightcap (The Wedding, Morning Nightcap, The Malbay Shuffle)


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