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On May 7, 1996.

On May 7, 1996, “Fiction” label released “Wild Mood Swings”, the tenth Cure studio album. It was recorded 1995 – 1996, and was produced by Steve Lyon and Robert Smith.

Personnel:

  • Robert Smith– vocals, guitar, bass, sleeve art direction
  • Perry Bamonte– guitar, bass, keyboard, sleeve art direction
  • Jason Cooper– drums, percussion, sleeve art direction
  • Simon Gallup– bass guitar, sleeve art direction
  • Roger O’Donnell– keyboard, sleeve art direction
  • Ronald Austin – drums
  • Louis Pavlou – drums
  • Mark Price– drums
  • Jesus Alemany – trumpet
  • John Barclay – trumpet
  • Steve Dawson – trumpet
  • Steve Sidwell– trumpet
  • Richard Edwards – trombone
  • Sid Gauld – trumpet
  • Will Gregory– saxophone
  • Mister Chandrashekhar – violin
  • Leo Payne – violin
  • Chris Tombling – violin
  • Sue Dench – viola
  • Audrey Riley– cello
  • Ronald Austin – arrangements
  • Sid Gauld – arrangements
  • Will Gregory – arrangements
  • Audrey Riley – arrangements
  • Steve Lyon – engineering, mixing
  • Paul Corkett– mixing
  • Spike Drake – mixing
  • Paul Q. Kolderie– mixing
  • Tom Lord-Alge– mixing
  • Alan Moulder– mixing
  • Tim Palmer– mixing
  • Mark Saunders– mixing
  • Adrian Maxwell Sherwood– mixing
  • Sean Slade– mixing
  • Ian Cooper – mastering
  • Andy Vella – sleeve art direction

Track listing:

All tracks by Perry Bamonte, Jason Cooper, Simon Gallup, Roger O’Donnell and Robert Smith.

  1. Want
  2. Club America
  3. This Is a Lie
  4. The 13th
  5. Strange Attraction
  6. Mint Car
  7. Jupiter Crash
  8. Round & Round & Round
  9. Gone!
  10. Numb
  11. Return
  12. Trap
  13. Treasure
  14. Bare

On May 11, 2009.

On May 11, 2009, “Search and Destroy” label released “Align the Planets”, the debut In Case of Fire studio album. It was recorded April—May 2008 at “Rockfield Studios” in Monmouth, Wales, and “Miloco Studios” in London, and was produced by Gil Norton.

Personnel:

  • Steve Robinson — lead vocals, guitars
  • Colin Robinson — drums, percussion
  • Mark Williamson — backing vocals, bass guitar
  • Rocky O’Reilly — programming
  • Audrey Riley — cello
  • Chris Sheldon— mixing
  • Guy Massey — engineering
  • Ted Jensen — mastering
  • John Dunne — pro tools, engineering assistant
  • Jeff Gilligan — art direction, design
  • Paul Harries — photography
  • Craig Jennings — A&R

Track listing:

All lyrics by Steven Robinson, all music by Steve Robinson, Colin Robinson and Mark Williamson.

  1. This Time We Stand
  2. The Cleansing
  3. Do What I Say
  4. Align The Planets
  5. Parallels
  6. Plan A — samples narrationby Martin Luther King
  7. Enemies
  8. Landslides
  9. Violence and Pictures
  10. And Sorrow
  11. A Pale New Costume
  12. Second Revelation

In June 1987.

In June 1987, “Beggars Banquet” label released “Tallulah”, the fifth The Go-Betweens album. It was recorded in 1987, in Camden, London, and was produced by Richard Preston and Craig Leon.
Personnel:

  • Amanda Brown— violin, oboe, guitar, keyboards, vocals
  • Robert Forster— vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Grant McLennan— vocals, lead guitar, piano
  • Lindy Morrison— drums
  • Robert Vickers— bass guitar
  • Audrey Riley— cello
  • El Tito — Flamencoguitar
  • Simon Fisher-Turner — backing vocals
  • Colin Lloyd-Tucker — backing vocals
  • Peter Anderson – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Grant McLennan and Robert Forster.

  1. Right Here
  2. You Tell Me
  3. Someone Else’s Wife
  4. I Just Get Caught Out
  5. Cut It Out
  6. The House That Jack Kerouac Built
  7. Bye Bye Pride
  8. Spirit of a Vampyre
  9. The Clarke Sisters
  10. Hope Then Strife

On June 16, 2008.

On June 16, 2008, “Echo” label released “Silent Cry”, the sixth Feeder studio album. It was recorded 2007-2008, at “Crypt Studios” in London, and was produced by Grant Nicholas and Matt Sime.

Personnel:

  • Grant Nicholas- vocals, guitars, keyboards, mixing, string arrangements
  • Taka Hirose- bass
  • Mark Richardson- drums
  • Matt Sime – production, engineering, mixing, string arrangements
  • Ted Jensen- mastering
  • Kevin Metcalfe – sequencing
  • Adrian Bushby – mixing
  • Helen Atkinson – mixing assistant
  • Audrey Riley- string arrangements
  • Chris Bolster – string engineering
  • Stephen Marshall – string engineering assistant
  • Sarah Clark – backing vocals
  • Nils Leonard – art direction, illustration, design
  • Max Oppenheim – photography
  • Perou- photography
  • Hank Gidney – image manipulation

Track listing:

All tracks written by Grant Nicholas.

  1. We Are the People
  2. Itsumo
  3. Miss You
  4. Tracing Lines
  5. Silent Cry
  6. Fires
  7. Heads Held High
  8. 18
  9. Who’s the Enemy
  10. Space
  11. Into the Blue
  12. Guided By a Voice
  13. Sonorous

In March 1986.

In March 1986, “Beggars Banquet” label released “Liberty Belle and the Black Diamond Express”, the fourth The Go-Betweens album. It was recorded 1985-1986, at “Berry Street Studio” in London, and was produced by Richard Preston.

Personnel:

  • Robert Forster— vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Grant McLennan— vocals, lead guitar, loops, treatments
  • Lindy Morrison— drums
  • Robert Vickers — bass guitar
  • Dean B. Speedwell — organ, piano, accordion, vibes, bassoon
  • Audrey Riley— cello, string arrangements
  • Chris Tomlin — 1st violin
  • Sally Herbert — 2nd violin
  • Sue Dench — viola
  • Tracey Thorn— backing vocals
  • Richard Preston — loops, treatments

Track listing:

All tracks by Grant McLennan, Robert Forster.

  1. Spring Rain
  2. The Ghost and the Black Hat
  3. The Wrong Road
  4. To Reach Me
  5. Twin Layers of Lightning
  6. In the Core of the Flame
  7. Head Full of Steam
  8. Bow Down
  9. Palm Sunday (On Board the SS Within)
  10. Apology Accepted

 

September 19, 1988.

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On September 19, 1988, “Mute” label released “Tender Prey”, the fifth Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds studio album. It was recorded August–November 1987, at “Vielklang Studios” and “Hansa Tonstudio” in Berlin; “Trident Studios” and “Strongroom Studios” in London, and was produced by Flood and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.

Personnel:

  • Nick Cave– vocals, Hammond, harmonica, piano, tambourine, vibes
  • Mick Harvey– bass, backing vocals, acoustic guitar, drums, percussion, xylophone, guitar, bass loops, piano, organ
  • Blixa Bargeld– guitar, backing vocals, slide guitar
  • Roland Wolf– piano, organ, guitar
  • Kid Congo Powers– guitar, backing vocals
  • Thomas Wydler– drums
  • Hugo Race– backing vocals, guitar
  • Gini Ball – strings
  • Audrey Riley– strings
  • Chris Tombling – strings
  • Ian Davis – backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Nick Cave, except:

  • Track 1, 9 & 11 – words Nick Cave, music Nick Cave, Mick Harvey
  • Track 2 – words Nick Cave, music Nick Cave, Mick Harve,  Roland Wolf, Blixa Bargeld, Kid Congo Powers)
  • “Deanna” is loosely based on The Edwin Hawkins Singers version of the hymn”Oh Happy Day”.
  • “City of Refuge” is inspired by a Blind Willie Johnson song “I’m Gonna Run to the City of Refuge’.
  1. The Mercy Seat
  2. Jumped the Devil
  3. Deanna
  4. Watching Alice
  5. Mercy
  6. City of Refuge
  7. Slowly Goes the Night
  8. Sunday’s Slave
  9. Sugar Sugar Sugar
  10. New Morning
  • The Mercy Seat (video mix) – (CD only)

On August 30, 1999.

Yesterday_Went_Too_Soon

On August 30, 1999, “The Echo” label released “Yesterday Went Too Soon”, the second Feeder album. It was recorded 1998-1999, and was produced by Feeder.

Personnel:

  • Grant Nicholas- guitar, vocals, keyboards
  • Taka Hirose- bass guitar
  • Jon Henry Lee- drums, percussion
  • Audrey Riley- string arrangements
  • Matt Sime – engineering
  • Andy Wallace- mixing
  • Al Clay – mixing, additional engineering
  • George Marino – mastering
  • Rick Guest – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Grant Nicholas.

  1. Anaesthetic
  2. Insomnia
  3. Picture of Perfect Youth
  4. Yesterday Went Too Soon
  5. Waiting For Changes
  6. Radioman
  7. Day In Day Out
  8. Tinsel Town
  9. You’re My Evergreen
  10. Dry
  11. Hole in My Head
  12. So Well
  13. Paperfaces – Paperfaces – ends at 4:28, hidden track “Bubblehead” starts at 9:25, “Bubblehead”