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On September 24, 2021.

On September 24, 2021, “Rice” label released “Lifeforms”, the sixth Angels & Airwaves studio album. It was recorded April 2018 – April 2021, at “Bunker of Brilliance” in Los Angeles, “Jupiter Sound” in Encinitas, “Signature Sound”, “Singing Serpent” and “The Hit Lair” in San Diego, and was produced by Aaron Rubin, Tom DeLonge, David Kennedy, Matt Rubino and IIan Rubin.

Personnel:

  • Tom DeLonge – lead vocals, guitar, synths
  • David Kennedy – guitar, synths, producer
  • Matt Rubano – bass guitar, synths, backing vocals
  • Ilan Rubin – drums, percussion, bass guitar, synths, guitar, backing vocals
  • Aaron Rubin – engineer, mixing
  • Ben Moore – engineer
  • Emily Lazar – engineer
  • Rich Costey – engineer, mixing
  • Chris Allgood – engineer
  • Jeff Citron – engineer
  • Tony Hoffer – mixing
  • Tom Lord-Alge – mixing
  • Tom Baker – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Tom DeLonge, Ilan Rubin, Aaron Rubin, and Matt Rubano, except where noted.

  1. Timebomb
  2. Euphoria
  3. Spellbound – Tom DeLounge, IIan Rubin, Aaron Rubin
  4. No More Guns
  5. Losing My Mind
  6. Automatic
  7. Restless Souls
  8. Rebel Girl – Tom DeLoiunge, IIan Rubin, Aaron Rubin
  9. A Fire in a Nameless Town
  10. Kiss & Tell – Tom DeLounge, IIan Rubin, Aaron Rubin

In September 1967.

In September 1967, “Elektra” label released the self-titled, debut Clear Light studio album. It was recorded April – August 1967, at “Sunset Sound Recorders” in Hollywood, and was produced by Paul A. Rotchild.

Personnel:

  • Cliff De Young – vocals
  • Bob Seal – vocals, guitar
  • Ralph Schuckett – keyboards
  • Douglas Lubahn – bass
  • Dallas Taylor – drums
  • Michael Ney – drums
  • Robbie Robison – guru
  • Lee Housekeeper – seer and overseer
  • Bruce Botnick – engineer
  • Jac Holzman – production supervisor
  • Gordon Anderson – executive producer

Track listing:

  1. Black Roses – Wolfgang Dios, Cliff De Young, Bob Seal, Ralph Schuckett, Douglas Lubahn, Dallas Taylor
  2. Sand – Douglas Lubahn
  3. A Child’s Smile – Cliff De Young, Bob Seal, Ralph Schuckett, Douglas Lubahn, Dallas Taylor, Michael Ney
  4. Street Singer – Greg Copeland, Steve Noonan
  5. The Ballad of Freddie and Larry – Cliff De Young, Ralph Schuckett
  6. With All in Mind – Bob Seal
  7. Mr. Blue – Tom Paxton
  8. Think Again – Cliff De Young, Bob Seal, Ralph Schuckett, Douglas Lubahn, Dallas Taylor
  9. They Who Have Nothing – Bob Seal
  10. How Many Days Have Passed – Bob Seal
  11. Night Sounds Loud – Douglas Lubahn

On September 13, 2019.

On September 13, 2019, “Dualtone” label released “III”, the third Lumineers (The) studio album. It was recorded 2017 – 2018, and was produced by Simone Felice.

Personnel:

  • Wesley Schultz − vocals, guitar, engineer
  • Byron Isaacs − bass, backing vocals
  • Jeremiah Fraites − drums, piano, guitar, synthesizer, vibraphone, cymbals, scraper, tambourine, backing vocals, engineer
  • David Baron − synthesizer, keyboards, harmonium
  • Lauren Jacobson − violin, backing vocals
  • Anneke Schaul-Yoder − cello, yodeling
  • Simone Felice − maracas, backing vocals
  • David Baron – engineer, mixing
  • Ryan Hewitt – engineer, mixing
  • Alen Hadzi Stefanov – engineer
  • Darren Heelis – engineer
  • Pete Hanlon – engineer
  • Connor Milton – engineer assistant
  • Will Duperier – engineer assistant
  • Dylan Nowik – engineer assistant
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • Nicholas Sutton Bell – creative director
  • Kevin Phillips – photography
  • Max Knies – photography
  • Tomas Cristobal Patlan – portrait photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Wesley Schultz and Jeremiah Fraites except where noted.

  1. Donna
  2. Life in the City
  3. Gloria
  4. It Wasn’t Easy to Be Happy for You
  5. Leader of the Landslide
  6. Left for Denver
  7. My Cell
  8. Jimmy Sparks
  9. April
  10. Salt and the Sea

On August 18, 2017.

On August 18, 2017, “Nuclear Blast” label released “Evocation II: Pantheon”, the seventh Eluveitie studio album. It was recorded March – April 2017, at “New Sound Studio” in Freinbach in Switzerland, “Republica Studios” in Lubrza, Poland, and was produced by Chrigel Glanzmann and Tommy Vetterli.

Personnel:

  • Chrigel Glanzmann – vocals, mandola, whistles, choir
  • Jonas Wolf – acoustic guitars, resonator guitars, choir
  • Rafael Salzmann – acoustic guitars
  • Fabienne Erni – vocals, celtic harp, choir
  • Matteo Sisti – bagpipes, uilleann pipes, whistles, bodhrán
  • Michalina Malisz – hurdy-gurdy
  • Nicole Ansperger – vocals, fiddles
  • Kay Brem – bass guitar, choir
  • Alain Ackermann – drums, percussion
  • Oliver s. Tyr – nyckel harpa, Irish bouzouki
  • Brendan Wade – uilleann pipes
  • Netta Skog – accordion
  • Edward Hatfield – linguistic consulting

Track listing:

All lyrics by Chrigel Glanzmann, music as noted.

  1. Dvreððv – Chrigel Glanzmann
  2. Epona – Chrigel Glanzmann, Rafael Salzmann, Michalina Malisz
  3. Svcellos II (Seqvel) – Chrigel Glanzmann, Eoin Duignan
  4. Nantosvelta – Chrigel Glanzmann, Rafael Salzmann, Nicole Ansperger
  5. Tovtatis – Chrigel Glanzmann
  6. Lvgvs – Chrigel Glanzmann, Fabienne Erni
  7. Grannos – Chrigel Glanzmann, Rafael Salzmann, Nicole Ansperger, Jonas Wolf, Margit Bazilewski
  8. Cernvnnos – Chrigel Glanzmann, Michalina Mzlisz, Fabienne Erni, Nicole Ansperger
  9. Catvrix – Chrigel Glanzmann, Fabienne Erni, Alain Ackermann
  10. Artio – Chrigel Glanzmann, Fabienne Erni
  11. Aventia – Chrigel Glanzmann, Michalina Malisz, Jonas Wolf
  12. Ogmios – traditional
  13. Esvs – Chrigel Glanzmann, Rafael Salzmann, Fabienne Erni, Jonas Wolf
  14. Antvmnos – traditional, Chrigel Glanzmann
  15. Tarvos II – Chrigel Glanzmann, Rafale Salzmann, Jonas Wolf, Matteo Sisti
  16. Belenos – Chrigel Glanzmann, Jonas Wolf, Matteo Sisti
  17. Taranis – Chrigel Glanzmann, Alain Ackerman

On August 11, 1968.

On August 11, 1968, “MGM” label released “Behold & See”, the second Ultimate Spinach studio album. It was recorded in April 1968, at “Mayfair Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Alan Lorber.

Personnel:

  • Ian Bruce-Douglas – lead vocals, electric piano, organ, vibraphone, lead guitar, recording
  • Barbara Jean Hudson – vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Geoffrey Winthrop – rhythm guitar
  • Richard Nese – bass guitar
  • Russell Levine – drums, percussion
  • Carol Lee Brit – vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Ian Bruce-Douglas.

  1. Gilded Lamp of the Cosmos
  2. Visions of Your Reality
  3. Jazz Thing
  4. Mind Flowers
  5. Where You’re At
  6. Suite: Genesis of Beauty (In Four Parts)
  7. Fifth Horseman of the Apocalypse
  8. Fragmentary March of Green

On July 30, 2002.

On July 30, 2002, “Savant” label released “Focus”, the 21st Arthur Blythe album. It was recorded in April 2002, at “Tedesco Studio” in Paramus, New Jersey, and was produced by Cecil Brooks III.

Personnel:

  • Arthur Blythe – alto saxophone
  • Gust William Tsilis – marimba
  • Bob Stewart – tuba
  • Cecil Brooks III – drums

Track listing:

 All tracks by Arthur Blythe except where noted.

  1. Opus
  2. Children’s Song aka That Old Man – Thelonious Monk
  3. C.C. Rider – traditional
  4. Once Again
  5. My Son Ra
  6. Hip Toe
  7. Night Song
  8. Bubbles
  9. Stuffy Turkey – Thelonious Monk
  10. Night Creeper
  11. In a Sentimental Mood – Duke Ellington, Manny Kurtz, Irving Mills
  12. Focus

On July 29, 2016.

On July 29, 2016, “Independent” label released the self-titled, third Anarbor studio album. It was recorded September 2015 – April 2016, and was produced by Matt Keller.

Personnel:

  • Adam Juwig – guitar
  • Danny Stravers – guitar
  • Slade Echeverria – lead vocals, bass
  • William Wilson – drums

Track listing:

  1. Freaking Out
  2. Dopamine
  3. Can’t Help It
  4. Josie
  5. Paint This Town
  6. Through the Night
  7. Already Dead
  8. Who Cares?
  9. If You Sing
  10. Pushaway

On July 1, 1985.

On July 1, 1985, “4AD” label released “Extractions”, the third Dif Juz studio album. It was recorded in April 1985, at “Palladium Studios” in Edinburgh, Scotland, and was produced by Robin Guthrie.

Personnel:

  • Alan Curtis – guitar
  • David Curtis – guitar
  • Gary Bromley – bass
  • Richard Thomas – percussion, saxophone
  • Elizabeth Fraser – voice

Track listing:

All tracks by Alan Curtis, David Curtis, Gary Bromley and Richard Thomas.

  1. Crosswinds
  2. A Starting Point
  3. Silver Passage
  4. The Last Day
  5. Love Insane
  6. Marooned
  7. Two Fine Days (And a Thunderstorm)
  8. Echo Wreck
  9. Twin and Earth

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 June 13, 2006.

On June 13, 2006, “Profundus” label released “Silkyway”, the third String Forces album. It was recorded October 2004 – April 2005, at “Profundus Studio” in Skopje, Macedonia, and was produced by Dorian Jovanović.

Personnel:

  • Dorian Jovanović – stick, oud, electronics, backing vocal
    Aleksandra Mangarovska Milićević – vocal, flute, bamboo flute
    Allfrida Tozieva – vocal, viola
  • Aleksandar Stojanov-Zorin – vocal
  • Ivica Jankulovski – programming, samples, engineer
  • Blagojče Penov, Risto Solunčev, Miško Parušev, Dejan Teodosievski, Vladmir Pop Hrsitov, Erhan Šukri, Mihajlo Kufojanakis, Milica Petruševska – guest
  • Milčo Serafimovski – design

Track listing:

  1. Eter
  2. 85° 45′ 20″ S 65° 46′ 30″ E
  3. Žar, sixt mode
  4. 85° 45′ 20″ S 65° 46′ 30″ E, movement 2
  5. Ako nikoj ne sviri, sixth mode
  6. 85° 45′ 20″ S 65° 46′ 30″ E, movement 3
  7. Boli rana, first mode
  8. 85° 45′ 20″ S 65° 46′ 30″ E, movement 5
  9. Etida br. 2, d-mol
  10. 85° 45′ 20″ S 65° 46′ 30″ E, movement 7
  11. Iljada boi, fourth mode legetos
  12. 85° 45′ 20″ S 65° 46′ 30″ E, movement 11
  13. Eden zdiv, eight mode chromatic
  14. 85° 45′ 20″ S 65° 46′ 30″ E, movement 13
  15. Skriena ubavino
  16. 85° 45′ 20″ S 65° 46′ 30″ E, movement 17
  17. Jas sum ti, sixth mode
  18. 85° 45′ 20″ S 65° 46′ 30″ E, movement 19
  19. Do ezerata