On April 1, 2013.

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On April 1, 2013, “Warner Bros” label released “The Terror”, the fourteenth Flaming Lips studio album. It was recorded February–April 2012, at “Tarbox Road Studios” in Cassadaga, New York and “Pink Floor Studios” in Oklahoma City, and was produced by  The Flaming Lips, Dave Fridmann and Scott Booker.

Personnel:

  • Wayne Coyne– vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Michael Ivins– bass guitar, keyboards, vocals
  • Steven Drozd– guitar, keyboards, drums, vocals
  • Kliph Scurlock– drums, percussion
  • Derek Brown – guitar, keyboards, vocals
  • Phantogram– additional vocals and music
  • The Flaming Lips – mix, recording
  • Dave Fridmann– mix, recording, mastering
  • Michael Ivins – additional engineering
  • Mack Hawkins – additional engineering, recording & mixing
  • George Salisbury – layout and design

Track listing:

All tracks by The Flaming Lips.

  1. The Sun Is Rising
  2. Be Free, A Way
  3. Try to Explain
  4. You Lust
  5. The Terror
  6. You Are Alone
  7. Butterfly, How Long It Takes to Die
  8. Turning Violent
  9. Always There…In Our Hearts

 

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On April 1, 2008.

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On April 1, 2008, “Nonesuch” label released “Attack & Release”, the fifth Black Keys studio album. It was recorded August 9–23, 2007, at “Suma Recording Studio” in Painesville, Ohio, and was produced by Danger Mouse.

Personnel:

  • Dan Auerbach – vocals, guitars, etc.
  • Patrick Carney – drums, percussion, etc.
  • Danger Mouse (Brian Burton) – Hohner bass 3, Korg and Moog synthesizers, piano, organ
  • Carla Monday – harmony vocals
  • Jessica Lea Mayfield– harmony vocals
  • Ralph Carney– jaw harp, contra bass clarinet, clarinet , flute and concert bass harmonica
  • Marc Ribot– guitar

Track listing:

All tracks by Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney, except “Things Ain’t Like They Used to Be” by Dan Auerbach.

  1. All You Ever Wanted
  2. I Got Mine
  3. Strange Times
  4. Psychotic Girl
  5. Lies
  6. Remember When (Side A)
  7. Remember When (Side B)
  8. Same Old Thing
  9. So He Won’t Break
  10. Oceans and Streams
  11. Things Ain’t Like They Used to Be

 

On April 1, 2003.

Elephant

On April 1, 2003, “V2 Records” released “Elephant”, the fourth White Straps album. It was recorded November 2001 and April 2002, at “Toe Rag Studios” and “BBC Maida Vale Studios” in London, and was produced by Jack White.The album won “Grammy” awards for “Best Alternative Album” and “Best Rock Song” for the song “Seven Nation Army”. In 2003, Rolling Stone magazine ranked the album at number 390, on its list of the “500 greatest albums of all time”. “Channel 4” ranked “Elephant”  at number 39, on its list of the “100 Greatest Albums of all time”. In December 2003, “NME” magazine made it their “Album of the Year”.

Personnel:

  • Jack White– lead vocals, guitar, keyboards, production, mixing
  • Meg White– drums, backing vocals, lead vocals, co-lead vocals
  • Mort Crim– speech on “Little Acorns”
  • Holly Golightly– co-lead vocals
  • Liam Watson– engineering, mixing
  • Noel Summerville – mastering
  • “The Third Man” – artwork
  • Patrick Pantano – photography
  • Bruce Brand – layout

Track listing:

All tracks by Jack White, except where noted.

  1. Seven Nation Army
  2. Black Math
  3. There’s No Home for You Here
  4. I Just Don’t Know What to Do with Myself – Burt Bacharach and Hal David
  5. In the Cold, Cold Night
  6. I Want to Be the Boy to Warm Your Mother’s Heart
  7. You’ve Got Her in Your Pocket
  8. Ball and Biscuit
  9. The Hardest Button to Button
  10. Little Acorns – Mort Crim and White
  11. Hypnotize
  12. The Air Near My Fingers
  13. Girl, You Have No Faith in Medicine
  14. Well It’s True That We Love One Another

On April 1, 2002.

Release

On April 1, 2002, “Parlaphone” label released “Release”, the eighth Pet Shop Boys studio album. It was recorded September 2000 – November 2001, at “Studio PSB”, “Sony Music Studios” in London, and “Chillout” in Berlin, and was produced by Pet Shop Boys and Chris Zippel.

Personnel:

  • Neil Tennant – vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Chris Lowe – keyboards, drum programming, vocals
  • Pete Gleadall – programming and engineering
  • Johnny Marr– guitar
  • Jody Linscott– percussion
  • Steve Walters – bass guitar
  • Chris Zippel – keyboards
  • Little Mike” – guitar and bass

Track listing:

  1. Home and Dry
  2. I Get Along
  3. Birthday Boy
  4. London
  5. E-Mail
  6. The Samurai in Autumn
  7. Love Is a Catastrophe
  8. Here
  9. The Night I Fell in Love
  10. You Choose

 

On April 1, 2002.

Handcream

On April 1, 2002,” Wiiija” label released “Handcream for a Generation”, the fourth Cornershop” studio album. It was produced by Tjinder Singh.

Track listing:

All tracks by Tjinder Singh.

  1. Heavy Soup
  2. Staging the Plaguing of the Raised Platform
  3. Music Plus 1
  4. Lessons Learned from Rocky I to Rocky III
  5. Wogs Will Walk
  6. Motion the 11
  7. People Power
  8. Sounds Super Recordings
  9. The London Radar
  10. Spectral Mornings
  11. Slip the Drummer One
  12. Heavy Soup (outro)
  13. Bonus Track

On April 1, 1987.

Solitude Standing

On April 1, 1987, “A&M” label released “Solitude Standing”, the second Suzanne Vega album. It was recorded 1986 – 1987, at “Bearsville Studios” in Woodstock, NY, and “RPM Sound Studios” in NYC, and was produced by Steve Addabbo and Lenny Kaye.

Personnel:

  • Suzanne Vega– vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Michael Visceglia –bass, synthesizer
  • Anton Sanko – synthesizers,classical guitar
  • Marc Shulman –electric guitars
  • Stephen Ferrera –drums, percussion
  • Johnny Gordon – guitar
  • Shawn Colvin– backing vocals
  • Sue Evans– percussion, drums
  • Mitch Easter– rhythm guitar
  • Steve Addabbo– guitar
  • Frank Christian– electric guitar
  • Steve Addabbo– producer, recording engineer
  • Lenny Kaye– producer
  • Mitch Easter– producer
  • Rod O’Brien – recording engineer
  • Shelly Yakus– mixing engineer

All tracks by Suzanne Vega, except where noted.

  1. Tom’s Diner
  2. Luka
  3. Ironbound/Fancy Poultry – Suzanne Vega and Anton Sanko
  4. In the Eye – Suzanne Vega and Marc Shulman
  5. Night Vision – Suzanne Vega and Anton Sanko
  6. Solitude Standing – Suzanne Vega, Michael Visceglia, Anton Sanko, Marc Shulman and Stephen Ferrera
  7. Calypso
  8. Language – Suzanne Vega and Michael Visceglia
  9. Gypsy
  10. Wooden Horse (Caspar Hauser’s Song) – Suzanne Vega, Michael Visceglia, Anton Sanko, Marc Shulman and Stephen Ferrera
  11. Tom’s Diner (Reprise)

On April 1, 1979.

Life in a Day

On April 1, 1979, “Zoom” label released “Life in a Day”, the debut Simple Minds album. It was recorded December 1978 – January 1979, at “Rolling Stones Mobile”, “Abbey Road Studios”,”Townhouse” in London, and was produced by John Leckie.

Personnel:

  • Jim Kerr– vocals
  • Charles Burchill– guitar, violin, vocals
  • Derek Forbes– bass, vocals
  • Brian McGee– drums, percussion, vocals
  • Michael MacNeil– keyboards, vocals

Track listing:

All lyrics by Jim Kerr, all music by Charles Burchill and Jim Kerr.

  1. Someone
  2. Life in a Day
  3. Sad Affair
  4. All for You
  5. Pleasantly Disturbed
  6. No Cure
  7. Chelsea Girl
  8. Wasteland
  9. Destiny
  10. Murder Story