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On August 15, 2005.

On August 15, 2005, “Parlaphone” label released “Road to Rouen”, the fifth  Supergrass album. It was recorded in 2005, at “Studio St. Mard” in Rouen, France, and was produced by Gaz Coombes, Mick Quinn, Danny Goffey and Robert Coombes.

Personnel:

  • Gaz Coombes– vocals, guitar
  • Mick Quinn– bass, vocals
  • Danny Goffey– drums
  • Robert Coombes– keyboards
  • Andy Lovegrove, Laura Capillaire, Jules Francis – backing vocals
  • Engineered by Pierre Olivier Margerand
  • Mixed by Michael Ilbert, Pierre Olivier Margerand
  • Strings and horns arranged by Simon Hale, Gaz Coombes, Mick Quinn, Danny Goffey, Robert Coombes.
  • Conducted by Simon Hale
  • Arranged and recorded by Andy Lovegrove
  • Traffic, Mick Quinn- album design
  • Photography by Paul Wilson, M. Quinn, and Pierre Olivier Margerand

Track listing:

All tracks by Gaz Coombes, Mick Quinn, Danny Goffey and Robert Coombes.

  1. Traffic and Mick Quinn
  2. Petersburg
  3. Sad Girl
  4. Roxy
  5. Coffee in the Pot
  6. Road to Rouen
  7. Kick in the Teeth
  8. Low C
  9. Fin
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On August 9, 2005.

On August 9, 2005, ”Ye Olde Records” label released “Made in China”, the seventh Juliana Hatfield album. It was recorded in 2005, and was produced by Juliana Hatfield.

Personnel:

  • Juliana Hatfield– vocals, guitars, bass, drums, photography, art work
  • Joe Keefe – guitar
  • Ben Smith, Ed Valauskas – bass
  • Sebastian Keefe, Pete Caldes – drums
  • Brian Brown, Paul Q. Kolderie – engineers, mixing
  • Mastering: Greg Calbi
  • Design: Mary Lynch

Track listing:

All tracks by Juliana Hatfield, except where noted.

  1. New Wall
  2. What Do I Care?
  3. Stay Awake – Juliana Hatfield, Joe Keefe
  4. On Video – Juliana Hatfield, Joe Keefe
  5. Hole in the Sky
  6. Oh
  7. My Pet Lion
  8. Going Blonde
  9. Rats in the Atic
  10. Digital Penetration
  11. A Doe and Two Fawns
  12. Send Money

On July 12, 2005.

On July 12, 2005, “Sanctuary” label released “Fused”, the third Tony Iommi solo album. It was recorded in 2004, and was produced by Bob Marlette and Tony Iommi.

Personnel:

  • Tony Iommi– lead and rhythm guitars
  • Glenn Hughes– vocals, bass guitar
  • Kenny Aronoff – drums

All tracks by Tony Iommi, Glenn Hughes and Bob Marlette.

  1. Dopamine
  2. Wasted Again
  3. Saviour of the Real
  4. Resolution Song
  5. Grace
  6. Deep Inside a Shell
  7. What You’re Living For
  8. Face Your Fear
  9. The Spell
  10. I Go Insane

On July 12, 2005.

On July 12, 2005, “Interscope” label released “Move Along”, the second  All-American Rejects album. It was recorded December 2004, at “Bay 7 Studios” in Valley Village, “Sparky Dark Studio” in Calabasas, California, and was produced by Howard Benson.  The album was certified Platinum in Canada by “Music Canada” and 2 x Platinum in US by the “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Tyson Ritter – lead vocals, bass guitar, piano
  • Nick Wheeler – lead guitar, backing vocals, classical guitar
  • Mike Kennerty – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Chris Gaylor – drums, percussion
  • Lenny Castro – percussion
  • Howard Benson, Paul Decarli – keyboards, programming
  • Deborah Lurie – string arranger, conductor
  • Choir – Bobbi Page & Bobbilu Kids: Benjamin Byram, Nicolas Harper, Emily Logan, Michael Mayo, Zoe Merrill, Haeley Moore, Aaron Page
  • Gang vocals – The All-American Rejects, Howard Benson, Chris Allen, Keith Nelson, and Dee Anderson
  • Recorded by Mike Plotnikoff
  • Mixed by Chris Lord-Alge
  • Assistant engineer: Hatsukazu Inagaki
  • Pro Tools editing: Paul Decarli
  • Drum tech: Jon at Drum Fetish
  • Guitar tech: Keith Nelson
  • Art direction: Chris Bilheimer
  • Photography: Chapman Baehlerlol

Track listing:

All tracks by Nick Wheeler and Tyson Ritter.

  1. Dirty Little Secret
  2. Stab My Back
  3. Move Along
  4. It Ends Tonight
  5. Change Your Mind
  6. Night Drive
  7. 11:11 P.M.
  8. Dance Inside
  9. Top of the World
  10. Straitjacket Feeling
  11. I’m Waiting
  12. Can’t Take It

On July 5, 2005.

On July 5, 2005, “Asthmatic Kitty” label released “Illinois” (Sufjan Stevens Invites You To: Come On Feel the Illinoise), the fifth Sufjan Stevens studio album. It was recorded 2004 – 2005, at “The Buddy Project” in New York City, and various locations in New York City, and was produced by Sufjan Stevens. The album artwork was by Divya Srinivasan.

Personnel:

  • Sufjan Stevens– acoustic guitar, piano, Wurlitzer, bass guitar,  drums, electric guitar, oboe, alto saxophone,  flute,  banjo,  glockenspiel, accordion, vibraphone, alto, sopranino, soprano, and tenor recorders, Casiotone MT-70, sleigh bells,  shaker,  tambourine, triangle, electronic organ,  vocals,  arrangement,  engineering, recording
  • Julianne Carney – violin
  • Alan Douches – mastering
  • Jon Galloway – remixing
  • Marla Hansen – viola
  • The Illinoisemaker Choir – backing vocals, clapping
  • Tom Eaton
  • Jennifer Hoover
  • Katrina Kerns
  • Beccy Lock
  • Tara McDonnel
  • Maria Bella Jeffers – cello
  • Katrina Kerns – backing vocals
  • Shara Worden– backing vocals
  • James McAlister – drums, drum engineering
  • Craig Montoro – trumpet, backing vocals
  • Rob Moose – violin
  • Matt Morgan – backing vocals
  • Daniel and Elin Smith– backing vocals, clapping
  • Divya Srinivasan – artworkTrack listing:

    All tracks by Sufjan Stevens.

    1. Concerning the UFO Sighting near Highland, Illinois
    2. The Black Hawk War, or, How to Demolish an Entire Civilization and Still Feel Good About Yourself in the Morning, or, We Apologize for the Inconvenience but You’re Going to Have to Leave Now, or, ‘I Have Fought the Big Knives and Will Continue to Fight Them Until They Are Off Our Lands!
    3. Come On! Feel the Illinoise!” (Part I: The World’s Columbian Exposition – Part II: Carl Sandburg Visits Me in a Dream)
    4. John Wayne Gacy, Jr.
    5. Jacksonville
    6. A Short Reprise for Mary Todd, Who Went Insane, but for Very Good Reasons
    7. Decatur, or, Round of Applause for Your Step Mother!
    8. One Last ‘Whoo-Hoo!’ for the Pullman!!
    9. Go! Chicago! Go! Yeah!
    10. Casimir Pulaski Day
    11. To the Workers of the Rock River Valley Region, I Have an Idea Concerning Your Predicament, and It Involves Tube Socks, a Paper Airplane, and Twenty-Two Able-Bodied Men
    12. The Man of Metropolis Steals Our Hearts
    13. Prairie Fire That Wanders About
    14. A Conjunction of Drones Simulating the Way in Which Sufjan Stevens Has an Existential Crisis in the Great Godfrey Maze
    15. The Predatory Wasp of the Palisades Is Out to Get Us!
    16. They Are Night Zombies!! They Are Neighbors!! They Have Come Back from the Dead!! Ahhhh!
    17. Let’s Hear That String Part Again, Because I Don’t Think They Heard It All the Way Out in Bloomington–Normal
    18. In This Temple as in the Hearts of Man for Whom He Saved the Earth
    19. The Seer’s Tower
    20. The Tallest Man, the Broadest Shoulders” (Part I: The Great Frontier – Part II: Come to Me Only with Playthings Now)
    21. Riffs and Variations on a Single Note for Jelly Roll, Earl Hines, Louis Armstrong, Baby Dodds, and the King of Swing, to Name a Few
    22. Out of Egypt, into the Great Laugh of Mankind, and I Shake the Dirt from My Sandals as I Run

On June 22, 2004.

On June 22, 2004, “Nonesuch” label released “A Ghost Is Born”, the fifth Wilco studio album. It was recorded November 2003 – March 2004 in New York City, and was produced by Jim O’Rourke, Jeff Tweedy, John Stirratt, Glen Kotche, Leroy Bach and Mikael Jorgensen. In 2005, “A Ghost Is Born” won “Grammy Awards”  for “Best Alternative Music Album” and “Best Recording Package”.

Personnel:

  • Jeff Tweedy– vocals, guitar, bass, synthesizer, filters, loops
  • John Stirratt– bass, guitar, piano, backing vocals, synthesizer, filters, loops
  • Glenn Kotche– drums, percussion, hammered dulcimer, synthesizer, filters, loops
  • Leroy Bach– piano, organ, guitar, bass, vibes, synthesizer, filters, loops
  • Mikael Jorgensen– piano, rocksichord, Farfisa, organ, synthesizer, filters, loops, engineer
  • Jim O’Rourke– piano, guitar, bass, ARP 2600, synthesizer, filters, loops, engineer, mixing
  • Frankie Montuoro – hammered dulcimer, production assistant, technical assistance
  • Karen Waltuch –viola
  • Tim Barnes – percussion
  • Steve Rooke –mastering
  • Chris Shaw – engineer
  • TJ Doherty, Tim Iseler – assistant engineers
  • Stan Doty, Daniel Herbst, Deborah Miles Johnson, Haydn Johnston, Matt Zivich – production assistants, technical assistance
  • Dan Nadel –graphic design
  • Peter Smith – graphic design,photography
  • Mike Schmelling – photography
  • Gladys Nilsson– drawing
  • Ken Waagner – digital supervisor

Track listing:

All tracks by Jeff Tweedy except where noted.

  1. At Least That’s What You Said
  2. Hell Is Chrome – Jeff Tweedy,Mikael Jorgensen
  3. Spiders (Kidsmoke)
  4. Muzzle of Bees
  5. Hummingbird
  6. Handshake Drugs
  7. Wishful Thinking – Jeff Tweedy,Glenn Kotche
  8. Company in My Back
  9. I’m a Wheel
  10. Theologians – Jeff Tweedy, Mikael Jorgensen, Chris Girard
  11. Less Than You Think – Jeff Tweedy,John Stirratt, Glen Kotche, Mikael Jorgensen,Leroy Bach, Jim O’Rourke
  12. The Late Greats

On June 21, 2005.

On June 21, 2005, “New West” label released “Master of Disaster”, the eighteenth John Hiatt album. It was recorded in 2005, and was produced by Jim Dickinson.

Personnel:

  • John Hiatt – guitar, vocals
  • Luther Dickinson- guitar
  • David Hood- bass
  • Cody Dickinson – drums
  • Jim Spake – saxophone
  • East Memphis Slim – keyboards
  • Jeff Calloway – trombone
  • Scott Thompson – trumpet
  • Joe Sallmanberger – tuba
  • Tommy Burroughs – violin
  • Nineyear Wooldridge – logistics

Track listing:

All tracks by John Hiatt

  1. Master of Disaster
  2. Howlin’ Down The Cumberland
  3. Thunderbird
  4. Wintertime Blues
  5. When My Love Crosses Over
  6. Love’s Not Where We Thought We Left It
  7. Ain’t Ever Goin’ Back
  8. Cold River
  9. Find You At Last
  10. Old School
  11. Back On The Corner