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On September 1, 1994.

On September 1, 1994, “ZYX” label released “Totentag”, the twenty-ninth Klaus Schulze album. It was recorded March 1992 – August 1993, at “Moldau Musikstudio”, and was produced by Klaus Schulze.

Personnel:

  • Klaus Schulze – keyboards, electronics, computers
  • Wilhelmina Van Der Helm – mezzo-soprano vocals
  • Roelof Oestwoud – tenor vocals
  • Dennis Lakey – countertenor vocals
  • Peter Christoph Runge – baritone vocals
  • Harry Peeters –bass vocals
  • Hermann Schneider – libretto
  • Stephen Fletcher – liner notes

Track listing:

All tracks by Klaus Schulze.

  1. Prelude/Apotheke Zum weißen Engel
  2. Liebesszene
  3. Im Bordell
  4. Das Leere Theater
  5. In Venedig
  6. Grodek
  7. Der Freitod

On August 29, 1994.

On August 29, 1994, “One Little Indian” label released “Flame”, the only album by Tim Bowness and Richard Barbieri. It was recorded 1983 – 1984, at “Orange Asylum” in Orange County, CA, and was produced by Richard Barbieri and Tim Bowness.

Personnel:

  • Richard Barbieri – keyboards, synthesizers, additional drum programming, treatments
  • Tim Bowness – vocal
  • Steve Jansen – guitar, hand percussion, bass synthesizer, drum programming
  • Danny Thompson – acoustic bass
  • Michael Bearpark – guitar
  • Steven Wilson – guitar
  • Mick Karn – bass guitar, saxophone
  • Gavin Harrison – drum kit
  • Chris Maitland – drum kit

Track listing:

  1. A Night in Heaven
  2. Song of Love and Everything Pt.1
  3. Song of Love and Everything Pt.2
  4. Brightest Blue
  5. Flame
  6. Trash Talk
  7. Time Flown
  8. Torch Dance
  9. Feel

On August 12, 1994.

On August 12, 1994, “Strata” label released “Dub Terror Exhaust”, an album by Bill Laswell, the fourth one under the pseudonym Automaton. It was recorded in 1994, at “Greenpoint Studios” in Brooklyn, NY, and was produced by Bill Laswell.

Personnel:

  • Bill Laswell– bass guitar, effects
  • DJ Spooky– turntables
  • Sly Dunbar– drums, percussion
  • Gabriel Katz– bass guitar, effects
  • Layng Martine – assistant engineer
  • Robert Musso– engineering, programming

Track listing:

  1. Astral Altar (The Gateway of Legba) – Bill Laswell
  2. Asyah Dub (Blinding the Starry Eyes of God) – Gabriel Katz, Bill Laswell
  3. The Terran Invasion of Alpha Centauri Year 2794 – DJ Spooky
  4. The Black Meat (Deconstruction of the Bebel Tower of Reason) – Gabriel Katz, Bill Laswell

 

On August 9, 1994.

On August 9, 1994, “Echo” label released “Autogeddon”, the eleventh Julian Cope album. It was recorded in 1994 and was produced by Julian Cope.

Personnel:

  • Julian Cope – vocals, guitars, photography
  • Michael “Moon-Eye” Watts – guitars
  • Donald Ross Skinner – bass, keyboards
  • Thighpaulsandra – keyboards, synthesizer, mixing, photography
  • Mark “Rooster” Cosby – drums
  • K-R Frost (Richard Frost) – keyboards
  • Mavis Grind (Dorian Cope)
  • Jill Frost
  • Shaun Harvey – recording, mixing, additional recording
  • Rob Carter – sleeve
  • Sebastian Shelton – executive producer

Track listing:

All tracks by Julian Cope.

  1. Autogeddon Blues
  2. Madmax
  3. Don’t Call Me Mark Chapman
  4. I Gotta Walk
  5. Ain’t No Gettin’ Round Getting’ Roud
  6. Paranormal in the West Country (medley: Paranormal pt. 1/Archdrude’s Roadtrip/Kar-ma-kanik
  7. Ain’t But the One Way
  8. s*t*a*r*c*a*r*

On August 6, 1994.

On August 6, 1994, “Harvest/EMI” label released “Timothy’s Monster”, the fourth Motorpsycho studio album. It was recorded in 1994 and was produced by Bent Sæther, Hans Magnus Ryan, Håkon Gebhardt, Lars Lien, and Helge Sten.

Personnel:

  • Bent Sæther – vocals, bass, guitars, mellotron, drums, percussion, piano, sitar, synth bass
  • Hans Magnus Ryan – vocals, guitars, piano, percussion
  • Håkon Gebhardt – drums, banjo, percussion
  • Lars Lien – vocals, piano, Wurlitzer, Hammond organ
  • Helge Sten(Deathprod): theremin, mellotron, samples, synthesizer
  • Øyvind Enger: cello
  • Lars Mølna: viola
  • Øyvind Brandtsegg: string arrangement, vibraphone
  • Anneli Drecker: backing vocals
  • Kim Hiorthøy: cover artwork

 Track listing:

All tracks by Bent Sæther, except where noted.

  1. Feel
  2. Trapdoor
  3. Leave It Like That
  4. A Shrug & A Fistful – Bent Sæther, Lars Lien
  5. Kill Some Day – Bent Sæther, Hans Magnus Ryan, Helge Sten
  6. On My Pillow – Hans Magnus Ryan
  7. Beautiful Sister – Bent Sæther, Lars Lien
  8. Wearing Yr Smell
  9. Now It’s Time to Skate
  10. Giftland – Bent Sæther, Hans Magnus Ryan
  11. Watersound
  12. The Wheel – Bent Sæther, Hans Magnus Ryan, Lars Lien, Håkon Gebhardt
  13. Sungravy
  14. Grindstone – Bent Sæther, Helge Sten
  15. The Golden Core – Bent Sæther, Hans Magnus Ryan

 

On August 2, 1994.

On August 2, 1994, “Butterfly Records” label released “Pandemonium”, the ninth Killing Joke studio album. It was recorded 1993 – 1994, at “Townhouse Studios”, “Metropolis Studios”, and “Butterfly Studios” in London, “York Street Studio” in Auckland, New Zealand, “EMI Studios”, “Hani Mehana Studios”, “The King’s Chamber”, and “Great Pyramid” in Cairo, Egypt, and was produced by Youth and Greg Hunter.

Personnel:

  • Jaz Coleman– vocals, synthesizer
  • Kevin “Geordie” Walker– guitar
  • Martin “Youth” Glover– bass guitar, mixing
  • Geoff Dugmore– drums
  • Tom Larkin– drums
  • Larry De Zoete – drums
  • Hossam Ramzy– percussion
  • Said El Artist– percussion
  • Aboud Abdel Al – violin
  • Matt Austin – programming
  • Paddy Free – programming
  • Greg Hunter– engineering, mixing
  • Ron Saint Germain– mixing
  • Sameh Almazny – engineering assistance
  • Natalie Heath – engineering assistance
  • Matt Howe – engineering assistance
  • Sheldon Isaac – engineering assistance
  • Mike Coles – cover design

Track listing:

All tracks by Jaz Coleman, Youth, and Geordie Walker.

  1. Pandemonium
  2. Exorcism
  3. Millennium
  4. Communion
  5. Black Moon
  6. Labyrinth
  7. Jana
  8. Whiteout
  9. Pleasures of the Flesh
  10. Mathematics of Chaos

On July 25, 1995.

On July 25, 1995, “Griffin” label released “Songs from the Lion’s Cage”, the debut Arena studio album. It was recorded July – October 1994, at “Orchard Farm Studios”, “Thin Ice Studios”, “Arena Studios”, and was produced by Mike Stobie.

Personnel:

  • Clive Nolan- keyboards
  • Mick Pointer- drums
  • John Carson – vocals
  • Keith More – guitars
  • Cliff Orsi – bass
  • Steve Rothery- guitar solo

Track listing:

All tracks by Clive Nolan and Mick Pointer

  1. Out of the Wilderness
  2. Crying for Help I
  3. Valley of the Kings
  4. Crying for Help II
  5. Jericho
  6. Crying for Help III
  7. Midas Vision
  8. Crying for Help IV
  9. Solomon

 

On July 23, 1994.

On July 23, 1994, the “Astronomical Union” named the Asteroid 3834 (orbiting between Mars and Jupiter) “Zappafrank”, in honor of Frank Zappa, who died one year before. Zappafrank is not the first asteroid to be named after a rock musician;  Asteroids Lennon, McCartney, Starr, and Harrison already exist – and there
are others named after Oldfield (Mike Oldfield), Clapton (Eric Clapton) and Jarre (Jean-Michel Jarre and Maurice Jarre).

On July 14, 1994.

On July 14, 1994, “Cavity Search” label released “Roman Candle”, the debut Elliott Smith studio album. It was recorded in 1993, and was produced by Elliot Smith.

Personnel:

  • Elliott Smith – vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, harmonica
  • Kid Tulsa (Pete Krebs) – snare, cymbal
  • Tony Lash – mixing assistant
  • Peter Hawkinson – technician
  • Neil Gust – sleeve design, photography
  • JJ Gonson – cover photography

 Track listing:

All tracks by Elliott Smith, except where noted.

  1. Roman Candle
  2. Condor Ave
  3. No Name #1 – Elliot Smith, J. J. Gonson
  4. No Name #2
  5. No Name #3
  6. Drive All Over Town
  7. No Name #4
  8. Last Call
  9. Kiwi Maddog 20/20

On June 26, 1994.

On June 26, 1994, “ZYX” label released “Goes Classic”, the twenty-eighth Klaus Schulze album. It was recorded 1991 – 1993, and was produced by Klaus Schulze.

Personnel:

  • Klaus Schulze – all instruments, electronics, arrangements
  • Werner Eggert – programming

Track listing:

  1. Die Moldau – Friedrich Smetana
  2. Rosamunde – Franz Schubert
  3. Der Freischütz (Ouvertüre) – Carl Maria von Weber
  4. Quintet for Lute – Klaus Schulze
  5. Hungarian Dance No. 2 – Johannes Brahms
  6. Dances From Norway No. 1, 2, 3 – Edvard Grieg
  7. Violin Concerto Op. 61, 1 Movement – Ludwig van Beethoven