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On June 13, 2000.

On June 13, 2000, “Revisited Rec” label released “La Luna”, the ninth Holger Czukay album. It was recorded in May 1996, and was produced by Holger Czukay.

Personnel:

  • Holger Czukay
  • U-She— voice
  • Michi – electronic voice
  • Michael Karoli – bass
  • Jaki Liebezeit – bass drum, percussion
  • Conny Plank – EMU
  • Ursula Kloss (U-She) – illustration
  • György B.P. Szabó – design

Track listing:

  1. La Luna

On June 10, 1996.

On June 10, 1996, “SPV” label released “Addiction”, the fifth Glenn Hughes album. It was recorded in 1996, and was produced by Glenn Hughes, Marc Bonilla and Michael Scott.

Personnel:

  • Glenn Hughes– vocals, bass
  • Marc Bonilla– guitars, keyboards
  • Joakim Marsh– guitars
  • Joe Travers– drums
  • Gaylor – vocal channeling
  • Ronnie Montrose– slide guitar
  • Sampo Axelsson– bass
  • Morgan Ågren– drums
  • Lasse Pollack– keyboards

Track listing:

  1. Death Of Me – Marc Bonilla
  2. Down – Marc Bonilla, Sampo Axelsson, Glenn Hughes, Joakim Marsh
  3. Addiction – Marc Bonilla, Glenn Hughes
  4. Madeleine – Sampo Axelsson, Marc Bonilla, Glenn Hughes, Joakim Marsh
  5. Talk About It – Marc Bonilla, Glenn Hughes
  6. I’m Not Your Slave – Marc Bonilla, Glenn Hughes
  7. Cover Me – Marc Bonilla, Glenn Hughes
  8. Blue Jade – Glenn Hughes, Joakim Marsh
  9. Justified Man – Marc Bonilla, Glenn Hughes
  10. I Don’t Want To Live That Way Again – Marc Bonilla, Glenn Hughes

 

On June 4, 1996.

On June 4, 1996, “Gut” label released 1996, the twelve Ryuichi Sakamoto studio album. It was recorded in 1996, at “Right Track Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Ryuichi Sakamoto. The album contains a selection of his popular songs and two new songs, arranged for piano trio.

Personnel:

  • Ryuichi Sakamoto– piano
  • Jaques Morelenbaum– cello
  • Everton Nelson – violin
  • David Nadien– violin
  • Barry Finclair – violin
  • Fernando Aponte – engineer, mixing
  • Ted Jensen– mastering
  • Joe Lizzi & Jason Goldstein – assistant engineers
  • Hideki Nakajima – art direction, design
  • Yoshinori Ochiai – design
  • Kazunari Tajima – photography
  • Clare de Graw, David Rubinson – production managers

Track listing:

All tracks by Ryuichi Sakamoto.

  1. A Day a Gorilla Gives a Banana
  2. Rain
  3. Bibo no Aozora
  4. The Last Emperor
  5. 1919
  6. Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence
  7. A.Y. in the Backyard
  8. The Sheltering Sky
  9. A Tribute to N.J.P.
  10. High Heels (main theme)
  11. Aoneko no Torso
  12. The Wuthering Heights
  13. Parolibre
  14. Acceptance (End Credit)
  15. Before Long
  16. Bring Them Home

 

On June 1, 1998.

On June 1, 1998, “Parlaphone” label released “Another World”, the second Brian May studio album. It was recorded 1996 – 1998, at May’s home studio and “Allerton Hill Studio”, and was produced by Brian May. Drummer Cozy Powell died in a car accident before the album was completed.

Personnel:

  • Brian May- vocals, guitars, keyboards, bass guitar, programming, arrangements
  • Neil Murray- bass guitar
  • Ken Taylor – bass guitar
  • Jamie Moses– guitar
  • Jeff Beck- guitar
  • Spike Edney- keyboards
  • Cozy Powell– drums, percussion
  • Steve Ferrone– drums
  • Taylor Hawkins- drums
  • London Metropolitan Orchestra– strings
  • Michael Kamen – conductor
  • Cathy Porter- backing vocals
  • Shelley Preston- backing vocals
  • Nikki Love – backing vocals
  • Becci Glover – backing vocals
  • Ian Hunter- guest raconteur
  • Justin Shirley-Smith – engineering, co-production
  • Richard Gray – design, photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Brian May, except where noted.

  1. Space
  2. Business
  3. China Belle
  4. Why Don’t We Try Again
  5. On My Way Up
  6. Cyborg
  7. The Guv’nor
  8. Wilderness
  9. Slow Down – Larry Williams
  10. One Rainy Wish – Jimi Hendrix
  11. All the Way from Memphis – Ian Hunter
  12. Another World
  • The song “Another World” ends at 4:05, then after a minute of silence, starting at 5:05, a hidden trackplays, consisting of the piano part of “Business”.

 

On May 20, 1997.

On May 20, 1997, “Roswell” and “Capitol” labels released “The Colour and the Shape”, the second Foo Fighters studio album. It was recorded November 1996 – February 1997, at “Bear Creek” in Woodinville, WA. “WGNS” in Washington, D.C., “Grandmaster Recorders” in Hollywood, and was produced by Gil Norton. The album was certified Platinum in Australia by “ARIA”, Platinum in Canada by “Music Canada”, Platinum in UK by “BPI”, and Platinum in USA by “RIAA”.

Personnel:

  • Dave Grohl– lead vocals, guitar, drums, art direction
  • Pat Smear– guitar, art direction
  • Nate Mendel– bass, art direction
  • William Goldsmith– drums
  • Taylor Hawkins– drums
  • Lance Bangs, Chris Bilheimer, Ryan Boesch – handclaps
  • Louise Post- backing vocals
  • Bradley Cook, Geoff Turner – engineering
  • Ryan Boesch, Todd Burke, Don Farwell, Ryan Hadlock, Jason Mauza – assistant engineering
  • Chris Sheldon– mixing
  • Bob Ludwig– mastering
  • Bradley Cook, Geoff Turner – recording technicians
  • Jeffery Fey – art direction, design
  • Tommy Steele – art direction
  • George Mimnaugh – design
  • Andy Engel – logo design
  • Josh Kessler – photography

 Track listing:

All tracks by Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel and Pat Smear except where noted.

  1. Doll
  2. Monkey Wrench
  3. Hay, Johnny Park!
  4. My Poor Brain
  5. Wind Up
  6. Up in Arms
  7. My Hero
  8. See You
  9. Enough Space – Dave Grohl
  10. February Stars
  11. Everlong – Dave Grohl
  12. Walking After You – Dave Grohl
  13. New Way Home

On May 7, 1996.

On May 7, 1996, “Fiction” label released “Wild Mood Swings”, the tenth Cure studio album. It was recorded 1995 – 1996, and was produced by Steve Lyon and Robert Smith.

Personnel:

  • Robert Smith– vocals, guitar, bass, sleeve art direction
  • Perry Bamonte– guitar, bass, keyboard, sleeve art direction
  • Jason Cooper– drums, percussion, sleeve art direction
  • Simon Gallup– bass guitar, sleeve art direction
  • Roger O’Donnell– keyboard, sleeve art direction
  • Ronald Austin – drums
  • Louis Pavlou – drums
  • Mark Price– drums
  • Jesus Alemany – trumpet
  • John Barclay – trumpet
  • Steve Dawson – trumpet
  • Steve Sidwell– trumpet
  • Richard Edwards – trombone
  • Sid Gauld – trumpet
  • Will Gregory– saxophone
  • Mister Chandrashekhar – violin
  • Leo Payne – violin
  • Chris Tombling – violin
  • Sue Dench – viola
  • Audrey Riley– cello
  • Ronald Austin – arrangements
  • Sid Gauld – arrangements
  • Will Gregory – arrangements
  • Audrey Riley – arrangements
  • Steve Lyon – engineering, mixing
  • Paul Corkett– mixing
  • Spike Drake – mixing
  • Paul Q. Kolderie– mixing
  • Tom Lord-Alge– mixing
  • Alan Moulder– mixing
  • Tim Palmer– mixing
  • Mark Saunders– mixing
  • Adrian Maxwell Sherwood– mixing
  • Sean Slade– mixing
  • Ian Cooper – mastering
  • Andy Vella – sleeve art direction

Track listing:

All tracks by Perry Bamonte, Jason Cooper, Simon Gallup, Roger O’Donnell and Robert Smith.

  1. Want
  2. Club America
  3. This Is a Lie
  4. The 13th
  5. Strange Attraction
  6. Mint Car
  7. Jupiter Crash
  8. Round & Round & Round
  9. Gone!
  10. Numb
  11. Return
  12. Trap
  13. Treasure
  14. Bare

On May 6, 1996.

On May 6, 1996, “Capitol” label released “Electriclarryland”, the seventh Butthole Surfers studio album. It was recorded in 1996, and was produced by Paul Leary and Steve Thompson.

Personnel:

  • Gibby Haynes– vocals, keyboards
  • Paul Leary– guitar, mixing, bass
  • King Coffey– drums
  • Andrew Weiss– bass
  • Bill Carter – bass
  • John Hagen – cello
  • Fooch – pedal steel guitar
  • Mark Eddinger– keyboards
  • Danno Saratak – drum programming
  • Christopher Shaw – engineer, mixing
  • Stuart Sullivan – engineer, mixing
  • Paul Mavrides– illustrations, cover design, cover art
  • Will Van Overbeek – photography
  • Tommy Steele – art direction
  • Wendy Dougan – art direction, design

Track listing:

All tracks by Gibby Haynes, Paul Leary and King Coffey.

  1. Birds
  2. Cough Syrup
  3. Pepper
  4. Thermador
  5. Ulcer Breakout
  6. Jingle of a Dog’s Collar
  7. TV Star
  8. My Brother’s Wife
  9. Ah Ha
  10. The Lord Is a Monkey
  11. Let’s Talk About Cars
  12. A.
  13. Space

On April 29, 1996.

On April 29, 1996, “Setanta” label released “Casanova”, the fourth Divine Comedy studio album. It was June 1995 – January 1996, and was produced by Darren Allison and Neil Hannon.

Personnel:

  • Neil Hannon– vocals, bass, guitar, percussion, piano, , Wurlitzer, Hammond organ, tympani, arranger, art direction
  • Darren Allison– drums, percussion, engineer, mixing
  • John Allen – celeste, whistle
  • Joby Talbot– piano, alto saxophone, orchestration, arranger, conductor,
  • Bryan Mills – bass
  • Rebecca Hayes – violin
  • Yuri Kalnitz – violin
  • Emile Chitikov – violin
  • Eos Counsell – violin
  • Mark Knight– violin
  • Alison Fletcher – violin, viola
  • Anna Giddey – violin
  • Alex Postlethwaite – violin
  • Laura Samuel – violin
  • Padraic Savage– violin
  • Alice Pratley – violin
  • Charlotte Glasson – viola
  • Ruth Goldstein – cello
  • Kathy Brown – cello
  • Joe Richards – cello
  • Chris Worsey – cello
  • Jane Watkins – cello
  • Alex McRonald – flute
  • Adrian Roach – oboe
  • Titch Walker – trumpet
  • Jane Butterfield – trombone
  • Robin Hayward – tuba
  • Alice Reynolds – laughs
  • Andy Chase – engineer, mixing
  • Tom Gurling – assistant engineer
  • Chris Scard – assistant engineer
  • Robbie Kazandjian – assistant engineer
  • Paul Mysiak – assistant engineer
  • Darren Nash – assistant engineer
  • Gerard Navarro – assistant engineer
  • Gareth Parton – assistant engineer
  • Ian Cooper – mastering
  • Rob Crane – design
  • Kevin Westenberg – art direction, photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Neil Hannon.

  1. Something for the Weekend
  2. Becoming More Like Alfie
  3. Middle-Class Heroes
  4. In & Out of Paris & London
  5. Charge
  6. Songs of Love
  7. The Frog Princess
  8. A Woman of the World
  9. Through a Long & Sleepless Night
  10. Theme from Casanova
  11. The Dogs & the Horsess

On April 17, 1996.

On April 17, 1996, “Toshiba EMI” label released “True Obsessions”, the fourth Marty Friedman studio album. It was recorded November 1995 – February 1996, at “Far Planet Studios” in Los Angeles,”Jai Winding Studios” in Santa Monica, California, “Vintage Recorders,” in Phoenix, Arizona, “Wilkinson Productions” in Sun Valley, Los Angeles, and was produced by Marty Friedman and Steve Fontano.

Personnel:

  • Marty Friedman– guitar, synthesizer
  • Stanley Rose – vocals
  • Brian BecVar – keyboard, piano
  • Nick Menza– drums
  • Greg Bissonette– drums
  • Carmine Appice– drums
  • Tony Franklin– bass
  • Jimmy Haslip– bass
  • Alex Wilkinson – orchestralinstrumentation, percussion
  • Tom Gattis – background vocals
  • Steve Fontano – engineering, mixing
  • Zach Blackstone – mixing
  • Mike Tacci – mixing
  • Ryan Dorn – engineering
  • Brian Kinkel – engineering
  • Billy Moss – engineering
  • Larry Jacobson – engineering
  • Wally Traugott – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Marty Friedman except where noted.

  1. Rock Box
  2. Espionage
  3. Last September – Steve Fontano, Marty Friedman, Stanley Rose
  4. Intoxicated
  5. Shine on Me
  6. Hands of Time
  7. Rio
  8. Live and Learn – Steve Fontano, Marty Friedman, Stenley Rose
  9. Glowing Path
  10. The Yearning
  11. Farewell

On April 8, 1997.

On April 8, 1997, “DGC Records” label “Retreat from the Sun”, the third That Dog studio album. It was recorded 1996 – 1997, at “Sunset Sound Factory” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Brad Wood, Anna Waronker, Petra Haden, Rachel Haden and Tony Maxwell.

Personnel:

  • Anna Waronker– vocals, guitar, piano
  • Petra Haden– vocals, violin, strings
  • Rachel Haden– vocals, bass guitar
  • Tony Maxwell– drums, percussion, surf guitar
  • Charlotte Caffey– rhythm guitar, synthesizer
  • Alix Fournier – French horn
  • Tanya Haden– cello
  • Chick Wolverton – shaker, additional guitar
  • John Paterno – engineering, mixing
  • Brad Wood– mixing
  • Chris Lord-Alge – mixing
  • Greg Calbi– mastering
  • Jesse Frohman – photography
  • Francesca Restrepo – design

Track listing:

All tracksby Anna Waronker, except where noted.

  1. I’m Gonna See You
  2. Never Say Never
  3. Being with You
  4. Gagged and Tied – Anna Waronker, Petra Haden, Rachel Hade, Tony Maxwell, Steven McDonald
  5. Retreat from the Sun
  6. Minneapolis
  7. Annie
  8. Every Time I Try
  9. Long Island
  10. Hawthorne
  11. Did You Ever – Anna Waronker, John Goldman
  12. Cowboy Hat
  13. Until the Day I Die