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On June 19, 1984.

On June 19, 1984, “ZTT Records” label released “Who’s Afraid of the Art of Noise?”, the debut Art of Noise studio album. It was recorded in February 1983 – April 1984, and was produced by Trevor Horn, Gary Langan, Paul Morley, Anne Dudley and J.J. Jeczalik.

Personnel:

  • Trevor Horn – vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, drum machine
  • Anne Dudley – keyboards, arrangements
  • J. J. Jeczalik – synthesizer, programming
  • Gary Langan – keyboards, synthesizer, engineer, mixing
  • Paul Morley
  •  XL, ZTT – art direction
  • A.J. Barratt – photography
  • Anton Corbijn – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Trevor Horn, Gary Langan, Paul Morley, Anne Dudley and J.J. Jeczalik.

  1. A Time for Fear (Who’s Afraid)
  2. Beat Box (Diversion One)
  3. Snapshot
  4. Close (To the Edit)
  5. Who’s Afraid (of the Art of Noise)
  6. Moments in Love
  7. Memento
  8. How to Kill
  9. Realisation

On September 2, 1996.

On September 2, 1996, “Virgin” label released “Universal”, the tenth Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark studio album. It was recorded 1995 -1996, at “The Townhouse” and “Metropolis” in London, and was produced by Andy McCluskey, Matthew Vaughan and David Nicholas.

Personnel:

  • Andy McCluskey – vocals, keyboards, production, mixing
  • Matthew Vaughan – keyboards, guitar, piano, bass
  • Phil Spalding – bass, backing vocals
  • Chuck Sabo – drums, percussion
  • Jimmy Taylor – guitar
  • Anne Dudley – string arrangements
  • Richard Allen Singers – vocals
  • Breda Dunne – backing vocals
  • Hannah Clive – backing vocals
  • Carol Kenyon – backing vocals
  • Maggie Keane – backing vocals
  • David Nicholas – engineer, mixing
  • Gregg Jackman – mixing
  • Julie Gardner – engineer, assistant engineer
  • Neil Tucker – assistant engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Andy McCluskey, except where noted.

  1. Universal
  2. Walking on the Milky Way – Andy McCluskey, Nigel Ipinson, Keith Small
  3. The Moon & the Sun – Andy McCluskey, Karl Bartos
  4. The Black Sea – Andy McCluskey, Stuart Kershaw
  5. Very Close to Far Away – Paul Humphreys, Andy McCluskey
  6. The Gospel of St. Jude
  7. That Was Then
  8. Too Late – Andy McCluskey, Stuart Kershaw
  9. The Boy from the Chemist Is Here to See You
  10. If You’re Still in Love with Me – Paul Humphreys, Andy McCluskey, Stuart Kershaw
  11. New Head – Andy McCluskey, Simon Fung

On August 14, 2000.

On August 14, 2000, “Parlaphone” label released “Little Kix”, the third Mansun studio album. It was recorded in 2000, at “Astoria” in London, and was produced by Hugh Padgham and Michael Hunter.

Personnel:

  • Paul Draper– lead vocals, acoustic guitar, keyboards
  • Dominic Chad– electric guitar, piano, backing vocals
  • Stove King– bass
  • Andie Rathbone– drums, percussion
  • Mike Hunter – Hammond organ, Pro Tools
  • Mark ‘Spike’ Stent– mixing
  • Anne Dudley– strings
  • Anton Corbijn– photography
  • Pennie Smith– live photography

 Track listing:

All tracks by Paul Draper, except where noted.

  1. Butterfly (A New Beginning) – Paul Draper, Dominic Chad
  2. I Can Only Disappoint You – Paul Draper, Dominic Chad
  3. Comes as No Surprise
  4. Electric Man
  5. Love Is…
  6. Soundtrack 4 2 Lovers – Paul Draper, Dominic Chad
  7. Forgive Me
  8. Until the Next Life
  9. Fool
  10. We Are the Boys
  11. Goodbye

On November 11, 1981.

On November 11, 1981, “Carrere Records” label released “Adventures in Modern Recording”, the second Buggles studio album. It was recorded in 1981, at “Sarm East Studios” in London, and was produced by Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes and John Sinclair.

Personnel:

  • Geoff Downes– keyboards, drum programming
  • Trevor Horn– vocals, bass, guitar, drum programming
  • John Sinclair – vocals, drum programming, cymbals, guitar
  • Simon Darlow – keyboards, guitar
  • Chris Squire– sound effects
  • Anne Dudley– keyboards
  • Luís Jardim– percussion
  • Bruce Woolley– vocals
  • Danny Schogger, Rod Thompson – keyboards
  • Gary Langan, Julian Mendelsohn– engineering
  • Stuart Bruce – assistant engineering
  • Rory Kee – illustrator
  • Glenn Travis Associates – design

Track listing:

  1. Adventures in Modern Recording – Simon Darlow, Trevor Horn, Bruce Woolley
  2. Beatnik – Trevor Horn
  3. Vermillion Sands – Geoff Downes, Trevor Horn
  4. I Am a Camera – Geoff Downes, Trevor Horn
  5. On TV – Trevor Horn, Bruce Wooley, Rodney Thompson
  6. Inner City – Simon Darlow, Trevor Horn
  7. Lenny – Geoff Downes, Trevor Horn
  8. Rainbow Warrior – Simon Darlow, Trevor Horn, John Sinclair
  9. Adventures in Modern Recording (reprise) – Simon Darlow, Trevor Horn, Bruce Woolley

On July 9, 1983.

On July 9, 1983, “Innervision” label released “Fantastic”, the debut Wham! studio album. It was recorded 1981 – 1983, at “Maison Rouge Studios” in London, and was produced by Steve Brown, George Michael and Bob Carter. The album was certified Platinum in New Zealand by “RMNZ”, and 3 x Platinum in UK by the “BPI”.

Personnel:

  • George Michael – vocals, background vocals, keyboards
  • Robert Ahwai, Andrew Ridgeley – guitar
  • Jess Bailey, Bob Carter, Anne Dudley, Tommy Eyre – keyboards
  • Baps, Guy Barker, Raoul, Colin Graham, Chris Hunter, Roddy Lorimer, Iain MacKintosh, Ian Ritchie, Paul Cox, Geoff Daley, Martin Drover – horn
  • Graham Broad, Trevor Murrell– drums
  • Jimmy Chambers, George Chandler Linda Hayes, Shirlie Holliman, Tony Jackson, Josie James, Katie Kisson, Stevie Lang, C. Lee, Sylvia Mason – background vocals
  • Andy Duncan – drums, percussion
  • Deon Estus, Brad Lang, John McKenzie– bass
  • Luis Jardim, Tony Moroni – percussion
  • Dave Mortimer – shouts
  • Paul Ridgeley – guitar, shouts
  • Chris Craymer, Janusz Guttner – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by George Michael, except where noted.

  1. Bad Boys
  2. A Ray of Sunshine
  3. Love Machine – Pete Moore, Billy Griffin
  4. Wham Rap! (Enjoy What You Do) – Michael Andrew Ridgeley
  5. Club Tropicana – Michael Andrew Ridgeley
  6. Nothing Looks the Same in the Light
  7. Come On
  8. Young Guns (Go for It!)

On May 27, 2016.

On May 27, 2016, “Virgin EMI” label released “The Lexicon of Love II”, the ninth ABC studio album. It was recorded in 2016, and was produced by Martin Fry and Gary Stevenson.

Personnel:

  • Martin Fry– lead and backing vocals
  • Richard Barrett – guitars
  • Matt Backer – guitars
  • Anne Dudley– piano; keyboards; orchestration
  • Rob Fusari– keyboards; programming
  • Peter Gordeno – additional keyboards; programming
  • Stephen Darrell Smith – additional piano
  • Vinzenz Benjamin– bass guitar
  • Richard Brook– drums
  • Carol Kenyon– backing vocals
  • Gina Foster – backing vocals
  • Tim Young – mastering
  • Mat Maitland – art direction
  • Henrik Knudsen – photography

Track listing:

  1. The Flames of Desire – Martin Fry, Charlie Mole, Marcus Vere
  2. Viva Love – Martin Fry, Charlie Mole, Marcus Vere
  3. Ten Below Zero – Martin Fry, Charlie Mole, Marcus Vere
  4. Confessions of a Fool – Martin Fry, Rob Fusari
  5. Singer Not the Song – Martin Fry, Rob Fusari
  6. The Ship of the Seasick Sailor – Martin Fry, Rob Fusari
  7. Kiss Me Goodbye – Martin Fry, Charlie Mole, Marcus Vere
  8. I Believe in Love – Martin Fry, Matt Rowe
  9. The Love Inside the Love – Martin Fry, Anne Dudley
  10. Brighter Than the Sun – Martin Fry, Anne Dudley
  11. Viva Love Reprise – Martin Fry, Charlie Mole, Marcus Vere

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:

  • Lloyd Cole– vocals, guitar
  • Neil Clark– 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 29, 1984.

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On October 29, 1984, “ZTT / Island” labels released “Welcome to the Pleasuredome”, the debut Frankie Goes to Hollywood album. It was recorded July 1983-1984, at “Manor Studios” in Oxford; “Sarm Studios” in London, and was produced by Trevor Horn.

Personnel:

  • Holly Johnson – lead vocals
  • Trevor Rabin – guitar, keyboards
  • Stephen Lipson – guitar
  • Steve Howe – acoustic guitar
  • Brian Nash – guitar
  • J. Jeczalik – keyboards, programming, software
  • Andrew Richards – keyboards
  • Anne Dudley – keyboards, string arrangement
  • Trevor Horn – bass, backing vocals
  • Mark O’Toole – bass
  • Peter Gill – drums
  • Luís Jardim – percussion
  • Paul Rutherford – backing vocals
  • Stuart Bruce, Steve Lipson – engineer
  • Ian Cooper – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Peter Gill, Holly Johnson, Brian Nash and Mark O’Toole except where noted.

  1. Well
  2. The World Is My Oyster – Peter Gill, Holly Johnson, Brian Nashand Mark O’Toole, Andy Richards
  3. Snatch of Fury (Stay) – Gerry Marsden
  4. Welcome to the Pleasuredome
  5. Relax (Come Fighting)
  6. War (…and Hide) – Barrett Strong, Norman Whitfield
  7. Two Tribes (For the Victims of Ravishment)
  8. Tag
  9. Ferry (Go) – Gerry Marsden
  10. Born to Run – Bruce Springsteen
  11. San Jose (The Way) – Burt Bacharach, Hal David
  12. Wish (The Lads Were Here)
  13. The Ballad of 32
  14. Krisco Kisses
  15. Black Night White Light
  16. The Only Star in Heaven
  17. The Power of Love
  18. Bang

On April 14, 1986.

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On April 14, 1986, “China” label released “In Visible Silence”, the second Art of Noise album. It was recorded in 1985 – 1986, and was produced by Anne Dudley, Gary Langan and J. J. Jeczalik.

Track listing:

  1. Opus 4
  2. Paranoimia
  3. Eye of a Needle
  4. Legs
  5. Slip of the Tongue
  6. Backbeat
  7. Instruments of Darkness
  8. Peter Gunn (featuring Duane Eddy)
  9. Camilla: The Old, Old Story
  10. The Chameleon’s Dish
  11. Beatback

 

On March 30, 1998.

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On March 30, 1998, “Island” label released “This Is Hardcore”,the sixth Pulp album. It was recorded in 1997, at “CTS Studios”, and “Olympic Studios” in London, and was produced by Chris Thomas.  In 2013, magazine “NME” ranked “This Is Hardcore” at number 166 in its list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.

Personnel:

  • Jarvis Cocker – vocals, guitar, keyboards, arranger
  • Russell Senior – guitar, violin, arranger
  • Mark Webber – guitar, keyboards, arranger
  • Steve Mackey – bass, arranger
  • Nick Banks – drums, percussion
  • Anne Dudley – piano, string arrangements
  • Chris Thomas – piano
  • Neneh Cherry – vocals
  • Mandy Bell, Carol Kenyon, Jackie Rawe – backing vocals
  • Nicholas Dodd– orchestration
  • Magnus Fiennes, Mark Hayley, Matthew Vaughan, Olle Romo – programming
  • Pete Lewis – engineer
  • John Currin- artwork
  • Peter Saville – art direction, artwork
  • Howard Wakefield, Paul Hetherington – artwork, design, Smart blur ‘painterly effect
  • Horst Diekgerdes – photography

Track listing:

All lyrics by Jarvis Cocker, all music by Nick Banks, Candida Doyle, Steve Mackey and Mark Webber, except where noted.

  1. The Fear
  2. Dishes
  3. Party Hard
  4. Help the Aged
  5. This Is Hardcore – Nick Banks, Jarvis Cocker, Candida Doyle, Mark Webber, Peter Thomas, Steve Mackey
  6. TV Movie
  7. A Little Soul
  8. I’m a Man
  9. Seductive Barry
  10. Sylvia