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On December 6, 1994.

On December 6, 1994, “Trauma” and “Interscope” labels released “Sixteen Stone”, the debut Bush studio album. It was recorded in January 1994, at “Westside Studios” in London, and was produced by Clive Langer, Alan Winstanley, Gavin Rossdale, Nigel Pulsford, Dave Parsons and Robin Goodridge.

Personnel:

  • Gavin Rossdale– lead vocals, rhythm guitar, engineer
  • Nigel Pulsford– lead guitar, backing vocals, engineer
  • Dave Parsons– bass, engineer
  • Robin Goodridge – drums, engineer
  • Caroline Dale – cello
  • Gavyn Wright– violin, viola
  • Vincas Bundza – harmonica
  • Jasmine Lewis – backing vocals
  • Alessandro Vittorio Tateo, Winston – backing vocals
  • Clive Langer– engineer, mixing
  • David J. Holman, Paul Palmer – mixing
  • Danton Supple – assistant engineer
  • Robert Vosgien – mastering
  • Alan Winstanley– engineer, mixing
  • Debra Burley, Jackie Holland – co-ordination
  • Paul Cohen – photography, cover photo
  • Mark Lebon – photography
  • Gillian Spitchuk – paintings

Track listing:

All tracks by Gavin Rossdale.

 Everything Zen

  1. Swim
  2. Bomb
  3. Little Things
  4. Comedown
  5. Body
  6. Machinehead
  7. Testosterone
  8. Monkey
  9. Glycerine
  10. Alien
  11. X-Girlfriend
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In December 1981.

In December 1981, “Mercury” label released “Wilder”, the second Teardrop Explodes studio album. It was recorded in 1981, and was produced by Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley.

Personnel:

  • Julian Cope- vocals, guitars, bass guitar, piano, organ
  • Troy Tate- guitars
  • David Balfe- keyboards, synthesizers, loops
  • Gary Dwyer– drums
  • Alfie Agius – bass guitar
  • Jeff Hammer – keyboards
  • James Eller – bass guitar
  • Luke Tunney, Ted Emmett – trumpets
  • Clive Langer- additional guitar
  • Garrish Mashindi – backing vocals
  • Colin Fairley – engineer
  • Martin Atkins– artwork
  • Chalkie Davies – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Julian Cope.

  1. Bent Out of Shape
  2. Colours Fly Away
  3. Seven Views of Jerusalem
  4. Pure Joy
  5. Falling Down Around Me
  6. The Culture Bunker
  7. Passionate Friend
  8. Tiny Children
  9. Like Leila KhaledSaid
  10. …And The Fighting Takes Over
  11. The Great Dominions

In May 1988.

In May 1988, “London” label released “People”, the debut Hothouse Flowers album. It was recorded in 1988, and was produced by Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley.

Personnel:

  • Liam Ó Maonlaí- piano, lead vocals, Hammond organ,  harmonica,  bodhrán, vibraphone, marimba
  • Fiachna Ó Braonáin- electric and acoustic guitars, backing vocals, electric sitar
  • Leo Barnes – saxophone, backing vocals
  • Peter O’Toole – bass, backing vocals, electric guitar, mandolin, bouzouki
  • Jerry Fehily – drums, percussion
  • Claudia Fontaine- backing vocals
  • Jimmy Chambers – backing vocals
  • Jimmy Helms – backing vocals
  • Lovely Previn – electric fiddle
  • Luís Jardim- percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Liam Ó Maonlaí, Fiachna Ó Braonáin and Peter O’ Toole, except where noted.

  1. I’m Sorry
  2. Don’t Go
  3. Forgiven
  4. It’ll Be Easier in the Morning
  5. Hallelujah Jordan
  6. If You Go
  7. The Older We Get
  8. Yes I Was
  9. Love Don’t Work This Way – Hothouse Flowers
  10. Ballad of Katie
  11. Feet on the Ground

 

On November 22, 1985.

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On November 22, 1985, “Polydor” label released “Easy Pieces”, the second Lloyd Cole and the Commotions album. It was recorded in 1985, at “Westside Studios” in London, and was produced by Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley.

Personnel:

  • Neil Clark– guitar
  • Lloyd Cole– vocals, guitar
  • Blair Cowan– keyboards
  • Lawrence Donegan– bass guitar, guitar
  • Stephen Irvine – drums, tambourine
  • Jimmy Thomas, Jimmy Helms, Lance Ellington, Jimmy Chambers, Tony Jackson, Lynda Hayes – additional vocals
  • Anne Dudley– string arrangements
  • Gary Barnacle– brass arrangements

Track listing:

All tracks by Lloyd Cole.

  1. Rich
  2. Why I Love Country Music – Lloyd Cole, Blair Cowan
  3. Pretty Gone – Neil Clark, Lloyd Cole
  4. Grace
  5. Cut Me Down
  6. Brand New Friend – Lloyd Cole, Blair Cowan
  7. Lost Weekend – Neil Clark, Lloyd Cole, Lawrence Donegan
  8. James
  9. Minor Character – Neil Clark, Lloyd Cole
  10. Perfect Blue

 

On October 10, 1980.

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On October 10, 1980, “Fontana” label released “Kilimanjaro”, the debut Teardrop Explodes album. It was recorded in 1980, at “Rockfield Studios” in Monmouth, and was produced by Bill Drummond, David Balfe and Alan Winstanley. In 2000  “Q” magazine placed “Kilimanjaro” at number 95 in its list of the “100 Greatest British Albums Ever”.

Personnel:

  • Julian Cope– vocals, bass guitar
  • David Balfe– piano, organ, synthesizer
  • Gary Dwyer– drums
  • Michael Finkler – guitar
  • Alan Gill– guitar
  • Hurricane Smith, Ray Martinez – trumpets
  • Hugh Jones– engineer
  • Brian Griffin – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Julian Cope, Gary Dwyer and Michael Finkler; except where noted.

  1. Ha Ha I’m Drowning
  2. Sleeping Gas – Julian Cope, Gary Dwyer, Michael Finkler,Paul Simpson
  3. Treason
  4. Second Head
  5. Reward
  6. Poppies in the Field
  7. Went Crazy – Julian Cope, Michael Finkler
  8. Brave Boys Keep Their Promises
  9. Bouncing Babies
  10. Books – Julian Cope,Ian McCulloch
  11. The Thief of Baghdad
  12. When I Dream

On October 8, 1982.

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On October 8, 1982, “Stiff” label released “The Rise & Fall” the fourth Madness studio album. It was recorded in 1982, at “Air Studios” in London, and was produced by Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley. This was band’s most experimental, covering various musical styles including jazz, English music hall, and Eastern influences.

Personnel:jazz,

  • Suggs(Graham McPherson) – lead vocals
  • Mike Barson– keyboards; harmonica
  • Chris Foreman– guitars
  • Lee Thompson– saxophones
  • Daniel Woodgate(Woody) – drums
  • Mark Bedford(Bedders) – bass guitar, double bass
  • Chas Smash(Cathal Smyth) – backing vocals, trumpet; lead vocals
  • David Bedford– string arrangements
  • David Wooley – engineer
  • Jeremy Allom – engineer

Track listing:

  1. Rise and Fall – Graham McPherson, Chris Foreman
  2. Tomorrow’s (Just Another Day) – Cathal Smyth, Michael Barson
  3. Blue Skinned Beast – Lee Thompson
  4. Primrose Hill – Graham McPherson, Chris Foreman
  5. Speaker (Gets the Word) – Graham McPherson, Chris Foreman
  6. Sunday Morning – Daniel Woodgate
  7. Our House – Chris Foreman, Cathal Smyth
  8. Tiptoes – Graham McPherson, Michael Barson
  9. New Delhi – Michael Barson
  10. That Face – Graham McPherson, Chris Foreman
  11. Calling Cards – Lee Thompson, Chris Foreman
  12. Are You Coming (With Me) – Lee Thompson, Michael Barson
  13. Madness (Is All in the Mind) – Chris Foreman

 

On October 2, 1981.

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On October 2, 1981, “Stiff” label released “7” the third Madness album. It was recorded in 1981, at “Compass Point Studios” in Nassau, Bahamas, and was produced by Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley.

Personnel:

  • Suggs(Graham McPherson) – lead vocals
  • Mike Barson– piano, organ, vibes, marimba, tubular bells
  • Chris Foreman– guitar, sitar
  • Mark Bedford(Bedders) – bass
  • Lee Thompson– saxophones, burps, squeaks, lead vocals
  • Daniel Woodgate(Woody) – drums, congas
  • Chas Smash(Cathal Smyth) – backing vocals, trumpet

Track listing:

  1. Cardiac Arrest – Smash, C.J. Foreman
  2. Shut Up – McPherson, C.J. Foreman
  3. Sign Of The Times – McPherson, M. Barson
  4. Missing You – McPherson, M. Barson
  5. Hutchinson – M. Barson
  6. Tomorrow’s Dream – Thompson, M. Barson
  7. Grey Day – M. Barson
  8. Pac – A – Mac – Thompson, M. Barson
  9. Promises Promises – Thompson, M. Barson
  10. Benny Bullfrog – Thompson, C.J. Foreman
  11. When Dawn Arrives – Thompson, C.J. Foreman
  12. The Opium Eaters – Barson
  13. Day On The Town – McPherson, C.J. Foreman