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On October 4, 2010.

On October 4, 2010, “V2” label released “It’s What I’m Thinking (Part One Photographing Snowflakes)”, the seventh Badly Drawn Boy album. It was recorded in 2010, and was produced by Stephen Hilton.

Personnel:

  • Badly Drawn Boy (Damon Gough) – vocal, guitar, piano, keyboards, harmonica, photography
  • Leo Abrahams – guitar
  • Woodrow Wilson Jackson III – guitar, percussion
  • Mike TV (Mike Bottomley) – guitar, effects
  • Ollie Collins – bass
  • Stephen Fretwell – bass
  • Mary Scully – double bass
  • Che Beresford – drums
  • Jay Sikora – drums
  • Everton Nelson – strings leader
  • English Session Orchestra
  • Geese – strings, strings arrangements
  • Chris Tombling, Eos Chater, Gareth Griffiths, Kerenza Paecock, Natalia Bonner – violin
  • Bruce White, Maxine Moore, Reiad Chibah – viola
  • Caroline Dale, Ian Burdge, Chris Worsey – cello
  • Stephen Hilton – synthesizer, sampler, noises, recording, mixing
  • Matt Dunkley – conductor, strings arrangements
  • Seadna McPhail – recording
  • Geoff Foster – strings recording
  • Nigel Walton – mastering
  • Andy Votel – artwork
  • Dom Kelly – strings contractor

Track listing:

All tracks by Damon Gough.

  1. In Safe Hands
  2. The Order of Things
  3. Too Many Miracles
  4. What Tomorrow Brings
  5. I Saw You Walk Away
  6. It’s What I’m Thinking
  7. You Lied
  8. A Pure Accident
  9. This Electric – Janine Rostron
  10. This Beautiful Idea

On September 20, 2020.

On September 20, 2020, “100% Records” label released “History of Modern”, the eleventh Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark studio album. It was recorded 2007 – 2010, at “Motor Museum” in Liverpool, and was produced by Andy McCluskey, Paul Humphries, Martin Cooper and Malcolm Holmes.

Personnel:

  • Andy McCluskey – lead and backing vocals, bass guitar
  • Paul Humphreys – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Martin Cooper – keyboards
  • Malcolm Holmes – drums, percussion programming
  • Stuart Kershaw – piano, string arrangement
  • Hannah Peel – organ, samples, backing vocals
  • Mike Gould – percussion
  • Jessica Stavely-Taylor – backing vocals
  • Jessica Samuel – backing vocals
  • Monika Blomeid – backing vocals
  • Jennifer John – backing vocals
  • Lucy Styles – backing vocals
  • Doreen Edwards – backing vocals
  • Szhirley Rokahaim – backing vocals
  • Anna Ord – backing vocals
  • Abigail Clancy – backing vocals
  • Guy Katsav – additional programming, co-production

Track listing:

All tracks by Andy McCluskey, except where noted.

  1. New Babies, New Toys
  2. If You Want It – Andy McCluskey, Tracey Carmen
  3. History of Modern (Part I)
  4. History of Modern (Part II) – Paul Humphreys, Andy McCluskey
  5. Sometimes
  6. RFWK
  7. New Holy Ground – Paul Humphreys, Andy McCluskey
  8. The Future, The Past, and the Forever After
  9. Sister Marie Says
  10. Pulse – Andy McCluskey, Remee, Ali Tennant, Mich Hansen, Joseph Balmaati
  11. Green – Paul Humphreys, Andy McCluskey, Stuart Kershaw
  12. Bondage of Fate – Paul Humphreys, Andy McCluskey, Hannah Peel
  13. The Right Side – Andy McCluskey, Simon Leonard, David Baker

On September 5, 2014.

On September 5, 2014, “Cult Records” label released “Crush Songs”, the debut Karen O (Karen Lee Orzolek) studio album. It was recorded 2006 – 2010.

Personnel:

  • Karen O – vocals, recording, drawings, liner notes
  • Imaad Wasif – guitar
  • Dean Fertita – backing vocals
  • Nick Launay – mixing
  • Bernie Grundman – mastering
  • Young Kok Kim – painting
  • Julian Gross – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Karen O, except where noted.

  1. Ooo
  2. Rapt
  3. Visits
  4. Beast
  5. Comes the Night
  6. NYC Baby
  7. Other Side
  8. So Far
  9. Day Go By
  10. Body
  11. King
  12. Indian Summer – Jim Morrison, Robby Krieger
  13. Sunset Sun
  14. Native Korean Rock
  15. Singalong – Karen O, Jack Lawrence, Dean Fertita

On September 2, 1991.

On September 2, 1991, “Imago” label released the self-titled, debut Baby Animals album. It was recorded in 1991, at “Bearsville Studios” in Bearsville, New York, and was produced by Mike Chapman. In 2010, “Baby Animals” was listed in the book, “100 Best Australian Albums”.

Track listing:

  • Suze DeMarchi – vocals, guitar
  • Dave Leslie – guitar
  • Eddie Parise – bass
  • Frank Celenza – drums
  • Kevin Shirley – engineer
  • Mario Vasquez – engineer assistant
  • Mike Chapman – mixing
  • Rick O’Neil – mastering
  • Rob Marinissen, Chrystene Carroll – photography

Track listing:

  1. Rush You – Suze DeMarchi, Dave Leslie, Eddie Parise
  2. Early Warning – Suze DeMarchi, Dave Leslie, Eddie Parise
  3. Painless – Suze DeMarchi, Eddie Parise
  4. Make It End – Suze DeMarchi, Steve Elson
  5. Big Time Friends – Suze DeMarchi, Eddie Parise, Frank Celenza
  6. Working for the Enemy – Suze DeMarchi, Eddie Leslie
  7. One Word – Suze DeMarchi, Eddie Elson
  8. Break My Heart – Suze DeMarchi, Eddie Parise
  9. Waste of Time – Suze DeMarchi, Dave Leslie, Eddie Parise, Frank Celenza
  10. One Too Many – Suze DeMarchi, Eddie Elson
  11. Ain’t Gonna Get – Suze DeMarchi, Eddie Elson

On August 29, 2015.

On August 29, 2015, “Liberation Music”, label released “30:30 Hindsight”, the fifteenth Jimmy Barnes studio album. The album contains 17 new recordings and 13 classic Jimmy Barnes tracks spanning his solo career. It was recorded 1984 – 2014, at “Freight Train Studios”, “Revolver Studios”, “Addiction Sound”, “Studio at the Palms” and “Studio Guillaume Tell”, and was produced by David Kalmusky, Jonathan Cain, Kevin Shirley, Steven Van Zandt and Bernard Fanning.

Personnel:

  • Jimmy Barnes – lead and backing vocals
  • Mahalia Barnes – lead and backing vocals
  • Bernard Fanning – vocal, acoustic guitar
  • Steve Sheehan – acoustic guitar
  • Steven van Zandt – guitar, backing vocals
  • Ian Moss – guitar
  • Ben Rodgers – guitar
  • Chris Cheney – guitar, backing vocals
  • Danny Spencer – guitar
  • Dave Leslie – guitar
  • Davey Lane – guitar
  • Franco Raggatt – guitar
  • Joe Bonamassa – guitar, slide guitar
  • Jon Toogood – guitar
  • Keith Urban – vocal, guitar
  • Mark Lizotte – guitar
  • Neal Schon – guitar
  • Phil Knight – guitar
  • Stuart Fraser – guitar
  • Tom Bukovac – guitar
  • Jon Stevens – vocal, steel guitar
  • Brad Whitford – rhythm guitar
  • Jimmy Mantingly – mandolin
  • Jonathan Cain – piano, keyboards
  • Lachian Doley – piano, keyboards
  • Arian Schierbaum – keyboards
  • Howard Duck – Hammond organ
  • Ben Rodgers – bass
  • Dario Bortolin – bass
  • John Dymond – bass
  • Karl Kippenberger – bass
  • Michael Hegerty – bass
  • Michael Menell – bass
  • Michael Rhodes – bass
  • Scott Owen – bass
  • Jackie Barnes – drums, backing vocals
  • Andy Strachan – drums
  • Anton Fig – drums
  • Tom Larkin – drums
  • Mick Skelton – drums
  • Greg Morrow – drums
  • Dave Hibbard – drums
  • Charley Drayton – drums
  • Lenny Castro – percussion
  • Charlie Owen – dobro
  • David Woodford – saxophone
  • Lee Thornburg – trumpet
  • David Campbell – vocal
  • Jon Toogood – vocal
  • Matk Lizotte – vocal
  • Suze Demarchi – vocal
  • Tina Arena – vocal
  • Troy Cassar Daley – vocal
  • Doug Henthorn, Eliza Jane Barnes, Jane Barnes, Elly May Barnes, Gary Pinto, Jade MacRae, Juanita Tippins, Ruby Rogers, Scot Hull – backing vocals
  • Jeff Bova – orchestration
  • David Nicholas – engineer
  • Jared Kvitka – engineer
  • Jean Paul Fung – engineer
  • Mark Gray – engineer
  • Nick Didia – engineer
  • Dennis Caribaux – engineer
  • James Freeman – engineer
  • Nick Kallstrom – engineer
  • Pal Thrall – engineer
  • Ethan Berrette – engineer
  • Sean Astill – engineer
  • Zachary Miller – engineer

Track listing:

  1. Lay Down Your Guns – featuring The Living End
  2. Time Will Tell – featuring Baby Animals
  3. Good Times – featuring Keith Urban
  4. Ride the Night Away – featuring Steven Van Zandt
  5. Stand Up – featuring Mahalia Barnes and the Soul Mates
  6. I’d Die to Be with You Tonight – featuring Diesel
  7. Stone Cold – featuring Tina Arena and Joe Bonamassa
  8. Working Class Man – featuring Jonathan Cain and Ian Moss
  9. Going Down Alone – featuring Jonathan Cain, Joe Bonamassa and Meal Schon
  10. Love and Hate – featuring Shihad
  11. No Second Prize – featuring The Family Choir
  12. I’d Rather Be Blind – featuring Jon Stevens
  13. When Your Love is Gone – featuring Ruby Rodgers and The Tin Lids
  14. Too Much Ain’t Enough Love – featuring Joe Bonamassa
  15. I’m Still on Your Side – featuring Bernard Fanning
  16. Walk On – featuring David Campbell
  17. The Other Kind – Troy Cassar Daley

1984 – 2010

  1. No Second Prize
  2. Daylight
  3. Working Class Man
  4. Driving Wheels
  5. Let’s Make It Last All Night
  6. Love Is Enough
  7. When Something Is Wrong with My Baby – featuring John Farnham
  8. The Weight – featuring The Badloves
  9. Change of Heart
  10. Lover Lover
  11. Out in the Blue
  12. Red Hot
  13. Large Pier Hotel

On August 7, 2012.

On August 7, 2012, “Tyger Jim” label released “Lost in Transition”, the sixth Sixpence None the Richer studio album. It was recorded 2008 – 2010, and was produced by Daniel Tashian and Jim Scott.

Personnel:

  • Leigh Nash – vocals
  • Matt Slocum – guitar, cello
  • Justin Cary – bass, baritone guitar
  • Will Sayles – drums, percussion, photography
  • Greg Leisz – pedal steel guitar, lap steel guitar
  • Jason Lehning – keyboards, mixing
  • Cason Cooley – keyboards
  • Jim Scott – engineer, mixing, percussion
  • John Painter – horns
  • Kevin Dean – additional engineer
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • Don Clark – art direction, design

Track listing:

  1. My Dear Machine – Matt Slocum, Jamieson, Daniel Tashian
  2. Radio – Matt Slocum, Ashworth
  3. Give It Back – Matt Slocum, Leigh Nash, Fitchuk
  4. Safety Line – Matt Slocum, Shive
  5. When You Call Me – Leigh Nash, Wilson
  6. Should Not Be This Hard – Matt Slocum, Wilson
  7. Go Your Way – Matt Slocum, Ashworth
  8. Failure – Matt Slocum
  9. Don’t Blame Yourself – Matt Slocum, Ashworth
  10. Stand My Ground – Leigh Nash, Wilson
  11. Sooner than Later – Leigh Nash, Wilson
  12. Be OK – Matt Slocum, Jamieson, Daniel Tashian

On July 26, 2021.

On July 26, 2021, Nathan Jonas “Joey” Jordison died aged 46. He was musician (drums, guitar), performed with Rob Zombie,  Metallica,  Korn, Ministry, Otep, Satyricon, Murderdolls, Scar the Martyr and Sinsaenum but was best known as founding member and drummer of Slipknot. In 2010, the readers of the magazine “Rhythm”, voted him “The Best drummer of the previous 25 years”.

On May 7, 2021.

On May 7, 2021, “Warp Records” label released “Bright Green Field”, the debut Squid studio album. It was recorded March – October 2020, at “Mr. Dan’s Studio” in London, and was produced by Dan Carey.

Personnel:

  • Louis Borlase – vocals, guitar, bass guitar
  • Anton Pearson – vocals, guitar, bass, percussion
  • Arthur Leadbetter – keyboards, strings, percussion
  • Laurie Nankivell – bass guitar, brass, percussion
  • Ollie Judge – lead vocals, drums
  • Martha Skye Murphy – vocal

Track listing:

  1. Resolution Square
  2. G.S.K.
  3. Narrator
  4. Boy Racer
  5. Padding
  6. Documentary Filmmaker
  7. 2010
  8. The Flyover
  9. Peel St.
  10. Global Groove
  11. Pamphlets

On April 11, 2011.

On April 11, 2011, “Polyvinyl Record Co.”, released “Share the Joy”, the third Vivian Girls studio album. It was recorded January – August 2010, at “Rear House”, and was produced by Cassie Ramone and Jarvis Taveniere.

Personnel:

  • Cassie Ramone – lead vocals, guitar, artwork, layout
  • Katy Goodman – vocals, bass
  • Fiona Campbell – vocals, drums, percussion
  • Ali Koehler – drums
  • Dave Seidel – celeste 
  • Jarvis Taveniere – organ, additional guitar, recording
  • John Golden – mastering

Track listing:

All lyrics by Cassie Ramone, except where noted; all music by Fiona Campbell, Katy Goodman and Cassie Ramone, except where noted.

  1. The Other Girls
  2. I Heard You Say
  3. Dance (If You Wanna)
  4. Lake House
  5. Trying to Pretend
  6. Sixteen Ways – Green on Red
  7. Take It as It Comes
  8. Vanishing of Time
  9. Death – music by Fiona Campbell, Katy Goodman, Cassie Ramone, Al Koehler
  10. Light in Your Eyes

On March 20, 2020.

On March 20, 2020, “Mack Avenue Records” label released “Step Up”, the 22nd Tower of Power album. It was recorded over the course of the 2010s, at “Blue Moon” in Los Angeles, “Track Shack” in Sacramento, and was produced by Joe Vannelli and Emilio Castillo.

Personnel:

  • Emilio Castillo – lead and backing vocals, tenor saxophone
  • Roger Smith – lead vocals, keyboards, Hammond B3 organ
  • Jerry Cortez – guitars, electric sitar, backing vocals
  • Marcus Scott – lead and backing vocals
  • Ray Greene – lead and backing vocals, trombone
  • Joe Vannelli – keyboards, auxiliary percussion, vibes, marimba
  • Tom E. Politzer – alto and tenor saxophone
  • Stephen “Doc” Kupka – baritone saxophone
  • Chuck Hansen – bass saxophone
  • Adolfo Acosta – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Sal Cracchiolo – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Francis Rocco Prestia – bass guitar
  • David Garibaldi – drums
  • Leah Meux – backing vocals
  • Tiwana Porter – backing vocals
  • Melanie Jackson – backing vocals
  • Dave Eskridge – horn and string arrangements

Track listing:

  1. East Bay, All the Way! – David Garibaldi, Francis Rocco Prestia, Roger Smith, Jerry Cortez
  2. Step Up – Emilio Castillo, Roger Smith
  3. The Story of You and I – Emilio Castillo, Stephen Kupka
  4. Who Would Have Thought – Stephen Kupka, Nick Lane, Lamont Van Hook
  5. Addicted to You – Emilio Castillo, Sydney Justin
  6. Look in My Eyes – Francis Rocco Prestia, Thomas William Schuman, Kevin Henry Whalum
  7. You da One – Francis Rocco Prestia, Thomas William Schuman, Sennie Rudolph Martin
  8. Sleeping with You Baby – Emilio Castillo, Stephen Kupka
  9. If It’s Tea Give Me Coffee – Stephen Kupka, William Ross
  10. Beyond My Wildest Dreams – Bruce Conte
  11. Any Excuse Will Do – Emilio Castillo, Stephen Kupka, Lenny Pickett
  12. If You Wanna Be a Winner – Emilio Castillo, David Garibaldi, Francis Rocco Prestia, Roger Smith, Jerry Cortez
  13. Let’s Celebrate Our Love – Emilio Castillo, Mark Dolin
  14. East Bay! Oaktown All the Way! – David Garibaldi, Francis Rocco Prestia, Roger Smith, Jerry Cortez