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On April 27, 2015.

On April 27, 2015, “Parlaphone” label released “The Magic Whip”, the eighth Blur studio album. It was recorded May 2013-November 2014-January 2015, at “Avon Studios” in Hong Kong and “Studio 13” in London, and was produced by Stephen Street, Graham Coxon and Damon Albarn.

Personnel:

  • Damon Albarn– vocals, keyboards, synthesizers, iPad, acoustic guitar
  • Graham Coxon– electric guitar, backing vocals, co-lead vocals
  • Alex James– bass guitar
  • Dave Rowntree– drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Stephen Street– programming, percussion, drum machine, saxophones
  • James Dring – programming
  • Demon Strings– orchestration

Track listing:

All tracks by Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, Alex James and Dave Rowntree.

  1. Lonesome Street
  2. New World Towers
  3. Go Out
  4. Ice Cream Man
  5. Thought I Was a Spaceman
  6. I Broadcast
  7. My Terracotta Heart
  8. There Are Too Many of Us
  9. Ghost Ship
  10. Pyongyang
  11. Ong Ong
  12. Mirrorball
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On April 27, 2009.

On April 27, 2009, “Warner Bros” label released “Music for the People”, the second Enemy studio album. It was recorded in 2008, and was produced by Mike Crossey and Jim Anderson.

Personnel:

  • Tom Clarke– lead vocals, guitar, piano, strings on album
  • Andy Hopkins – bass guitar, vocals
  • Liam Watts – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Tom Clarke, Andy Hopkins and Liam Watts.

  1. Elephant Song
  2. No Time for Tears
  3. 51st State
  4. Sing When You’re in Love
  5. Last Goodbye
  6. Nation Of Checkout Girls
  7. Be Somebody
  8. Don’t Break the Red Tape
  9. Keep Losing
  10. Silver Spoon

 

 

On April 27, 2009.

On April 27, 2009, “InsideOut” label released “Blood”, the third OSI studio album. It was recorded in 2008, and was produced by Jim Matheos and Kevin Moore.

Personnel:

  • Jim Matheos– guitar, bass, keyboards, programming
  • Kevin Moore– vocals, keyboards, programming
  • Gavin Harrison– drums
  • Mikael Åkerfeldt– vocals
  • Tim Bowness– vocals
  • Mixed by Phil Magnotti, Jim Matheos and Kevin Moore

Track listing:

All lyrics by Kevin Moore, except where noted; all music by Jim Matheos and Kevin Moore, except where noted.

  1. The Escape Artist
  2. Terminal
  3. False Start
  4. We Come Undone
  5. Radiologue
  6. Be the Hero
  7. Microburst Alert – music by Jim Matheos
  8. Stockholm – lyrics by Mikael Åkerfeldt
  9. Blood

 

 

In April 1987.

In April 1987, “Organik” and  “Wax Trax! Records” labels released the debut, self-titled Young Gods album.  It was recorded in 1987, at “Artag Studio”, in Zurich, and was produced by Roli Mosimann.  “The Young Gods” was voted “Album of the Year” in UK by “Melody Maker”,

Track listing:

  • Frank Bagnoud – drums
  • Cesare Pizzi – sampler
  • Franz Treichler – vocals
  • Voco Fauxpas – assistant engineer
  • Jean-Marc Giossi – photography
  • Roli Mosimann- engineering, trumpet
  • The Young Gods– cover art, design

Track listing:

All tracks by Frank Bagnoud, Cesare Pizzi and Franz Treichler, except where noted.

  1. Nous de la lune
  2. Jusqu’au bout
  3. A ciel ouvert
  4. Jimmy
  5. Fais la mouette
  6. Percussionne
  7. Feu
  8. Did You Miss Me? – Gary Glitter, Mike Leander
  9. Si tu gardes

 

 

In April 1987.

In April 1987, “A&M” label released “Will Power”, the ninth Joe Jackson album. It was recorded in 1987, and was produced by Joe Jackson. “Will Power” was Jackson’s first experiment with classical music.

Personnel:

  • Joe Jackson – orchestration, arrangements,  mixing
  • Ed Roynesdal – Kurzweil K250 synthesizer, electric piano
  • Gary Burke – drums
  • Pat Rebillot- piano
  • Vinnie Zummo – guitar
  • Anthony Jackson- bass guitar
  • Neil Jason- bass guitar
  • Tony Aiello – soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, clarinet
  • Chris Hunter – alto saxophone, tenor saxophone
  • Steve Slagle- soprano saxophone
  • Michael Parloff, Laura Conwesser, Andrew Lolya – flute, piccolo
  • Susan Trainer – piccolo
  • Roger Rosenberg, Ray Beckstein, Charles Russo, Dave Tofani- clarinet, bass clarinet
  • Henry Shuman – oboe
  • John Campo – bassoon
  • Paul Ingraham, Jerry Peel, Pohn Clark, Donal Corrado – French horns
  • Michael Morreale, Mel Davis- trumpets
  • Dave Taylor, Tom Malone- trombones
  • Sue Evans, Dave Carey, David Freidman – percussion
  • David Nadien- concertmaster, violins
  • Charles Libove, Barry Finclair, John Pintavalle, Jan Mullen, Marti Sweet, Arnold Eidus, Richard Sortomme, Matthew Raimondi, Marin Alsop, Gerald Tarack, Regis Iandorio, Joseph Rabushka, Lew Eley, Jean Ingraham, Marilyn Wright, Masako Yanagita, Al Rogers, Louanne Montesi, Richard Henrickson, David Davis – violins
  • Lamar Alsop, Ted Isreal, Maureen Gallagher, Carol Landon, Julian Barber, Harry Zaratzian, Sol Greitzer, Sue Pray, Jean Dane – violas
  • Charles McCracken, Richard Locker, Warren Lash, Seymour Barab, Jacqueline Mullen, Fred Zlotkin, Jean Leblanc, Diane Barrere, Alla Goldberg – cellos
  • Homer Mensch, John Miller, John Beal, Joe Tamosaitis – double bass
  • Andrew Zurcher – vocals
  • Paul Goodman, Michael Frondelli and Dennis Ferrante – recording engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Joe Jackson.

  1. No Pasaran
  2. Solitude
  3. Will Power
  4. Nocturne
  5. Symphony in One Movement

 

 

In April 1987.

In April 1987, “Factory” label released “Squirrel and G-Man Twenty Four Hour Party People Plastic Face Carnt Smile (White Out)”, the debut Happy Mondays album. It was recorded in December 1986, and was produced by John Cale.

Personnel:

  • Paul Davis – keyboards
  • Mark “Bez” Berry– percussion
  • Paul Ryder– bass
  • Shaun Ryder– vocals
  • Gary Whelan – drums
  • Mark “Cow” Day – guitar

Track listing:

All tracks by Paul Davis, Mark “Bez” Berry, Paul Rider, Shaun Rider, Gary Whelan and Mark “Cow” Day.

  1. Kuff Dam
  2. Tart Tart
  3. Enery
  4. Russell
  5. Olive Oil
  6. Weekend S
  7. Little Matchstick Owen
  8. Oasis
  9. Desmond
  10. Cob 20