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On June 20, 1989.

On June 20, 1989, “Slash” and “Reprise” labels released “The Real Thing”, the third Faith No More studio album. It was recorded December 1988 – January 1989, at “Studio D” in Sausalito, California, and was produced by Matt Wallace, Mike Bordin, Roddy Bottum, Bill Gould, James Martin and Mike Patton.

Personnel:

  • Mike Patton – vocals
  • James Martin – guitars
  • Roddy Bottum – keyboards
  • Mike Bordin – drums
  • Bill Gould – bass
  • Matt Wallace – engineer
  • Jim “Watts” Vereecke – assistant engineer
  • Craig Doubet – assistant engineer
  • John Golden – mastering
  • Jeff Price – artwork
  • Terry Robertson – CD design
  • Lendon Flanagon – photography

Track listing:

All lyrics by Mike Patton, all music by Bill Gould and Roddy Bottum, except where noted.

  1. From Out of Nowhere
  2. Epic – Bill Gould, Roddy Bottun, James Martin, Mike Bordin
  3. Falling to Pieces – Bill Gould, Roddy Bottum, James Martin
  4. Surprise! You’re Dead! – lyrics by Mike Patton, James Martin, music by James Martin
  5. Zoombie Easters – music by Mike Patton, Bill Gould, James Martin, Mike Bordin
  6. The Real Thing –  lyrics by Mike Patton, Bill Gould, music by Bill Gould, Roddy Bottum
  7. Underwater Love
  8. The Morning After – music by Bill Gould, James Martin, Roddy Bottum
  9.  Woodpecker from Mars – music by James Martin, Roddy Bordin

On June 20, 1988.

On June 20, 1988, “Polydor” label released “Confessions of a Pop Group”, the fourth Style Council album. It was recorded in 1988, and was produced by Paul Weller and Mick Talbot.

Personnel:

  1. Paul Weller – vocals, guitars, synthesizers, drum programs
  2. Mick Talbot – piano forte, Hammond organ, clavinet, synthesizers
  3. Dee C. Lee – vocals
  4. Camelle Hinds – bass 
  5. Paul Morgan – contra bass
  6. Steve White – drums
  7. Nick Brown – drums
  8. Little Joo Ruocco – percussion
  9. Dick Morrissey – flute
  10. Chris Lawrence – trombone
  11. Frank Ricotti – vibraphone
  12. Rupert Parker – harp
  13. The Swingle Singers – backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Paul Weller, except where noted.

  1. It’s a Very Deep Sea
  2. The Story of Someone’s Shoe
  3. Changing of the Guard
  4. The Little Boy in a Castle (A) / A Dove Flew Down From the Elephant (B) – Mick Talbot
  5. The Gardener of Eden (A Three Piece Suite) / I In the Beginning / II  The Gardener of Eden / III Mourning the Passing of Time
  6. Life at a Top People’s Health Farm
  7. Why I Went Missing
  8. How She Threw It All Away
  9. Iwasadoledadstoyboy
  10. Confessions 1, 2, & 3
  11. Confessions of a Pop-Group

On June 16, 1992.

On June 16, 1992, “Reprise” label released “Out of the Cradle”, the third Lindsey Buckingham studio album. It was recorded 1988 -1992, and was produced by Lindsey Buckingham and Richard Dashut.

Personnel:

  • Lindsey Buckingham – vocals, guitars, bass guitar, keyboards, synthesizer, drums, percussion, drum and percussion programming, Polaroid art
  • Mitchell Froom – organ
  • Larry Klein – bass
  • Buell Neidlinger – bass
  • Alex Acuña – percussion
  • Richard Dashut, Greg Droman, Kevin Killen – engineer
  • Lori Fumar, Eric Rudd, Talley Sherwood – engineer assistant
  • Chris Lord-Alge – mixing
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • Greg Gorman, Ron Slenzak – photography
  • Richard Dashut – Polaroid art
  • Walter Egan – woodcuts

Track listing:

All tracks by Lindsey Buckingham, except where noted.

  1. Instrumental Introduction To
  2. Don’t Look Down
  3. Wrong – Lindsey Buckingham, Richard Dashut
  4. Countdown
  5. All My Sorrows – The Kingston Trio
  6. Soul Drifter
  7. Instrumental Introduction To – Lindsey Buckingham, Richard Dashut
  8. This is the Time – Lindsey Buckingham, Richard Dashut
  9. You Do or You Don’t – Lindsey Buckingham, Richard Dashut
  10. Street of Dreams – Lindsey Buckingham, Richard Dashut
  11. Spoken Introduction To – Lindsey Buckingham, Richard Dashut
  12. Surrender the Rain – Lindsey Buckingham, Richard Dashut
  13. Doing What I Can
  14. Turn It On – Lindsey Buckingham, Richard Dashut
  15. This Nearly Was Mine – Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein
  16. Say We’ll Meet Again – Lindsey Buckingham, Robert Aquirre

On June 1, 1988,

On June 1, 1988, “Jugodisk” label released “Za heroje i princeze”, the debut Aleksandar Makedonski album. It was recorded in November 1987, at “M2 Studio” in “RTS” in Skopje, Macedonia, and was produced by Dejan Popovski.

Personnel:

  • Vladimir Petrovski – vocals, guitar
  • Dejan Škartov – synthesizer, backing vocals, arrangements
  • Zoran Janković – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Vlado Domovski – drums
  • Melita Stefanovska – backing vocals
  • Branislav Zafirovski Braco – recording engineer
  • Vlado Georgiev – photography

Track listing:

All lyrics by Vladimir Petrovski, all music by Vladimir Petrovski and Dejan Škartov

  1. Da, da, da
  2. Neću da plačem
  3. Celu noć i ceo dan
  4. Kucao sam na tvoja vrata
  5. Rum & Coca Cola
  6. Za heroje i princeze
  7. Bezabi babi
  8. Kraj
  9. Dođi, jutro

On May 18, 1988.

On May 18, 1988, “Helidon” label released the self-titled, debut Mizar album. It was recorded January–April 1988, at “Tivoli Studio” in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and was produced by Goran Lisica Fox.

Personnel:

  • Goran Tanevski – vocal, arranger
  • Gorazd Čapovski – guitar, arranger
  • Katerina Veljanovska – synths, arranger
  • Sašo Krstevski – bass, arranger
  • Boris Georgiev – drums, arranger
  • Janez Križaj – recording engineer
  • Jane Štravs – design

Track listing:

  1. Devojka od bronza – lyrics by Goran Tanevski, music by Gorazd Čapovski
  2. Dozhdot – Gorazd Čapovski
  3. Magla – Gorazd Čapovski
  4. Iljada i sheeset leta – Gorazd Čapovski
  5. Uninije – Gorazd Čapovski
  6. Stoj – lyrics by Goran Tanevski, music by Gorazd Čapovski
  7. Gradot e nem – lyrics by Goran Trajkovski, Goran Tanevski, music by Gorazd Čapovski
  8. Hoden zhe – lyrics by Zoran Spasovski, music by Goran Tanevski
  9. Istekuvam – lyrics by Gorazd Čapovski, music by Zoran Spasovski
  10. Zlatno sonce – Gorazd Čapovski

On May 8, 1988.

On May 8, 1989, Phish self-released “Junta” band’s debut album (cassette). It was recorded in 1988, at “Euphoria Sound Studios” in Revere, Massachusetts, and was produced by Trey Anastasio, Page McConnell, Mike Gordon and Jon Fishman.

Personnel:

  • Trey Anastasio – vocals, guitars
  • Page McConnell – vocals, keyboards
  • Mike Gordon – vocals, bass guitar
  • Jon Fishman – vocals, drums, trombone
  • Gordon Hookailo – engineer
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • Michael F. Mills – design
  • Jim Pollock – artwork

Track listing:

All tracks by Trey Anastasio, except where noted.

  1. Fee
  2. You Enjoy Myself
  3. Esther
  4. Golgi Apparatus – Trey Anastasio, Tom Marshall, Bob Szuter, Aaron Woolf
  5. Foam
  6. Dinner and a Movie – Trey Anastasio, Steve Pollak
  7. The Divided Sky
  8. David Bowie
  9. Fluffhead – Trey Anastasio, Steve Pollak
  10. Fluff’s Travels
  • Part 1: Fluff’s Travels
  • Part 2: The Chase
  • Part 3: Who do? We do!
  • Part 4: Clod
  • Part 5: Bundle of Joy
  • Part 6: Arrival 11. Contact – Mike Gordon

On May 3, 1988.

On May 3, 1988, “Virgin” label released the self-titled, debut When in Rome album. It was recorded in 1987, and produced by Michael Brauer, Ben Rogan and Richard James Burgess.

Personnel:

  • Clive Farrington – vocals
  • Andrew Mann – vocals
  • Michael Floreale – keyboards, piano, backing vocals
  • J.J. Belle – guitar
  • Michael Thompson – guitar
  • Phil Spalding – bass
  • Richard James Burgess – keyboards
  • Mike Timoney – keyboards
  • David Ervin – keyboards, drum programming
  • Preston Heyman – drums
  • Martin Ditcham – percussion
  • Robin Jones – percussion
  • Tony Charles – steel drums
  • Mark Chandler, Richard Edwards, Kevin Robinson – brass
  • Ian Gardiner – brass arrangements
  • Nick Ingman – string arrangements
  • Larry Stabbins – saxophone
  • Maxi Anderson – backing vocals
  • Rose Stone – backing vocals
  • Chris Fuhrman, Teri Reed – engineer
  • Martin Horenburg, Alex Rodriquez – assistant engineer
  • Michael Bauer – mixing
  • Tom Baker, Dan Hersch – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Clive Farrington, Michael Floreale and Andrew Mann..

  1. The Promise
  2. Heaven Knows
  3. Something Going On
  4. I Can’t Stop
  5. If Only
  6. Sight of Your Tears
  7. Wide, Wide Sea
  8. Child’s Play
  9. Total Devotion
  10. Everything

On March 23, 1999.

On March 23, 1999, “Metal Blade” album released “Day for Night”, the fourth Spock’s Beard studio album. It was recorded in 1998, and was produced by Neal Morse, Alan Morse, Dave Meros, Nick D’Virgilio and Ryo Okumoto.

Personnel:

  • Neal Morse – lead vocals, piano, all synths, acoustic guitar
  • Alan Morse – vocals, electric guitar, Mellotron
  • Dave Meros – vocals, bass
  • Nick D’Virgilio – vocals, drums, percussion
  • Ryo Okumoto – Hammond organ, mellotron
  • John Garr – saxophone
  • Joy Worland – French horn
  • Eric Brenton, Tom Tally, John Krovoza – string section
  • Byron House – string bass, cello

Track listing:

All tracks by Neal Morse, except where noted.

  1. Day for Night
  2. Gibberish
  3. Skin
  4. The Distance to the Sun
  5. Crack the Big Sky
  6. The Gypsy
  7. Can’t Get It Wrong – Nick D’Virgilio, Alan Morse, Neal Morse
  8. The Healing Colors of Sound
  9. The Healing Colors of Sound Pt. 1
  10. My Shoes
  11. Mommy Comes Back
  12. Ley It Down
  13. The Healing Colors of Sound Pt. 2
  14. My Shoes (revisited)

On March 7, 1988.

On March 7, 1988, Thomas Gordon Huntley died aged 62. He was musician (guitar, steel guitar), recorded and performed with many artists including The Black Stetson Boys, George Brown’s Alabama Hayriders, The Saddletramps, Dougie Dee and the Dee Men, Keith Christmas, Cliff Richard, Elton John, Rod Stewart, Clodagh Rodgers, Barbara Dickson, The Pretty Things and Fairport Convention, but was best known as member of  Matthews Southern Comfort.

On March 4, 1989.

On March 4, 1989, “London” label released “The Big Area”, the second Then Jerico album. It was recorded in 1988, at “The Manor”, “Olympic” “Abbey Road” “Townhouse” and “Air” in UK, “Sunset Sound”, “Westlake”, Summa”, “Sound Castle” and “The Hit Factory” in USA, and was produced by Rhett Davies and Peter Henderson.

Personnel:

  • Mark Shaw – vocals
  • Chris Youdell – keyboards
  • Robert Downes – guitar
  • Scott Taylor – rhythm guitar
  • Jason Stainthorpe – bass guitar
  • Steve Wren – drums, percussion
  • Belinda Carlisle – background vocals
  • Charles Judge – keyboards
  • Paul Buckmaster – string arrangements
  • John Brough – engineer
  • Peter Henderson – engineer
  • Richard Sullivan – engineer

Track listing:

All lyrics by Mark Shaw, all music by Mark Shaw, Chris Youdell, Robert Downes, Scott Taylor, Jason Stainthorpe and Steve Wren, except where noted.

  1. Big Area
  2. What Does It Takes – Sandy Stuart, David Munday
  3. You Ought to Know
  4. Song for the Brokenhearted
  5. Darkest Hour – Mark Shaw, Scott Taylor, Chris Youdell
  6. Reeling
  7. Where You Lie
  8. Sugar Box
  9. Helpless
  10. Under Fire