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On August 16, 2005.

On August 16, 2005, “Sanctuary Records” label released “Livin’ in the City”, the fifth Fun Lovin’ Criminals studio album. It was recorded in February 2005, and was produced by Huey Morgan, Tim Latham, Frank Benbini and Brian Andrew Leiser.

Personnel:

  • Huey Morgan – vocals, guitar
  • Brian Andrew Leiser – bass, keyboards, harmonica, trumpet
  • Frank Benbini – drums
  • Gaz Birtles – flute, saxophone
  • Tim Latham – engineer, mixing, photography
  • Matt Boynton –assistant engineer
  • George Marino – mastering
  • Chris Petro – mixing assistant
  • Gabriel Hunter – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Huey Morgan, Frank Benbini and Brian Andrew Leiser.

  1. I Love Livin’ in the City
  2. How It Be
  3. That Ain’t Right
  4. The Preacher
  5. Ballad of NYC
  6. Is Ya Alright
  7. Gave Up on God
  8. City Boy
  9. Girl with the Scar
  10. Mi Corazon
  11. Will I Be Ready

 

On August 16, 2005.

On August 16, 2005, “Volcano Entertainment” label released “Don’t Tread on Me”, the eighth 311 album. It was recorded February – May 2005 at “The Hivein North” in Hollywood, and was produced by Ron Saint Germain,

Personnel:

  • Nick Hexum – vocals; guitar, keyboards
  • Doug A. Martinez – vocals
  • Tim Mahoney – guitar
  • Aaron P-Nut Willis – bass
  • Chad Sexton – percussion, drums
  • Ron Saint Germain – engineer, mixer
  • Joe Gastwirt – mastering
  • Robert Greenidge – pans
  • Pablo Mathiason – A&R
  • Giff Tripp – assistant engineer
  • David Kahne – pre-production
  • Jason Walters – studio manager
  • Bryan Manley – studio technician
  • Shepard Fairey – artwork, design
  • Myriam Santos-Kayda – photography

Track listing:

  1. Don’t Tread on Me – Nick Hexum, Doug A. Martinez
  2. Thank Your Lucky Stars – Nick Hexum, Doug A. Martinez, Chad Sexton
  3. Frolic Room – Nick Hexum, Doug A. Martinez
  4. Speak Easy – Nick Hexum, Doug A. Martinez
  5. Solar Flare – Nick Hexum, Doug A. Martinez
  6. Waiting – Nick Hexum, Doug A. Martinez
  7. Long for the Flowers – Nick Hexum, Doug A. Martinez
  8. Getting Through to Her – Doug A. Martinez, Giff Tripp
  9. Whiskey & Wine – Nick Hexum, Doug A. Martinez
  10. It’s Getting OK Now – Doug A. Martinez, Tim Mahoney
  11. There’s Always an Excuse – Nick Hexum, Doug A. Martinez, Aaron P-Nut Willis

 

On August 16, 2011.

On August 16, 2011, “Red Distribution” label released “Any Man in America”, the sixth Blue October studio album. It was recorded 2010 – 2011, at “Matchbox Studios” in Austin, Texas, and was produced by Tim Palmer.

Personnel:

  • Justin Furstenfeld– vocals, guitar, production
  • Steve Schiltz- guitars
  • B. Hudson- guitar
  • Patricia Lynn Drew- backing vocals
  • Ray Cordero – guest vocalist
  • Brendan Bond – trumpet
  • Dwight Baker – engineering
  • Matt Noveskey– bass, guitar
  • Jeremy Furstenfeld– drums, percussion
  • Ryan Delahoussaye- violin, keyboard, mandolin
  • Tim Palmer- guitars, engineering, mixing

Track listing:

All tracks by Justin Furstenfeld, except where noted.

  1. Everything (AM Limbo)
  2. The Feel Again (Stay)
  3. The Money Tree
  4. For the Love
  5. Drama Everything – Justin Furstenfeld, Andy Sharp
  6. The Chills – Justin Furstenfeld, Tim Palmer
  7. The Flight (Lincoln to Minneapolis)
  8. Any Man in America
  9. You Waited Too Long – Justin Furstenfeld, Tim Palmer
  10. The Honesty
  11. The Getting Over It Part – Justin Furstenfeld, Tim Palmer
  12. The Worry List – Justin Furstenfeld, Dwight Baker
  13. The Follow Through

 

On August 16, 2010.

On August 16, 2010, “RCA” label released “The Illusion of Safety”, the second  Hoosiers album. It was recorded in 2010, at “Angelic Studios” in Northamptonshire, “Long Island Studios” and “RAK Studios” in London, and was produced by Toby Smith, Max Dingel, Jay Reynolds and Al Clay.

Personnel:

  • Irwin Sparkes– lead and backing vocals, electric and acoustic guitar, bass guitar, synthesizers, programming
  • Martin Skarendahl – bass guitar, electric and acoustic guitar, percussion, backing vocals, programming
  • Alphonso Sharland – drums, lead and backing vocals, percussion, programming
  • Toby Smith- programming, synthesizers, percussion, backing vocals
  • Sam Swallow – piano, dulcitone, synthesizers, percussion,  trumpet,  trombone, brass arranging, , backing vocals
  • Dee Clay – backing vocals
  • Johnny Douglas – synthesizers
  • Paul Clavis – percussion
  • Barney Philpott – trombone
  • Seb Philpott – trumpet
  • Max Dingel – engineering, programming
  • Jay Reynolds – engineering, programming, mixing
  • Al Clay – engineering, programming, mixing, percussion, backing vocals
  • Cenzo Townshend– mixing
  • Tom Fuller – engineering, mixing
  • Sam Miller – mixing
  • Adie Kaye – engineering, mixing
  • Neil Comberm Sean Julliard – mixing
  • John Davis – masteringon all tracks
  • Andrew Welford – post production
  • Eg White– string programming

Track listing:

All tracks by Irwin Sparkes, Martin Skarendahl and Alphonso Sharland, except where noted.

  1. Choices – Irwin Sparkes, Martin Skarendahl, Alphonso Sharland, Toby Smith
  2. Bumpy Ride – Irwin Sparkes, Martin Skarendahl, Alphonso Sharland, Jodi Marr, George Norriega
  3. Who Said Anything (About Falling in Love)? – Irwin Sparkes, Martin Skarendahl, Alphonso Sharland, Eg White
  4. Unlikely Hero
  5. Lovers in My Head
  6. Live by the Ocean
  7. Devil’s in the Detail
  8. Glorious
  9. Meade to Measure
  10. Giddy Up
  11. Sarajevo
  12. Little Brutes

 

On August 16, 2011.

Slave Ambient

On August 16, 2011, “Secretly Canadian” label released “Slave Ambient”, the second War on Drugs studio album. It was recorded 2008 – 2011, and was produced by Jeff Zeigler and Adam Granduciel.  The album artwork features photography by founding member Adam Granduciel, taken in Zaragoza,  Spain, in July 2009.

Personnel:

  • Adam Granduciel– lead vocals, electric guitars, acoustic guitars, animator guitars, harmonica , Siel OR400, samplers, organ , harmonizer, tapes,  cassettes, ARP Omni , bass guitar, keyboards, Tom Thumb piano, Farfisa, Korg, Mono/Poly, Eventide, Moogerfooger, Voyager, synthesizer,  percussion, drum machine, filters, dubs, drums, recording
  • Dave Hartley– bass guitar, electric guitar, Nashville guitar, twelve-string guitar, Voyager, Roland Juno-60, drums, electric autoharp, additional engineering
  • Robbie Bennett – piano, acoustic guitar,ARP Omni II, percussion
  • Mike Zanghi – drums, percussion,Hayman, Mu-Tron Bi-Phase
  • Kurt Vile– electric guitar
  • Steven Urgo – drums
  • Jeff Zeigler – drum programming,harmonizers, patch bay, SPX90
  • Michael Johnson –Eventide, modular Moog treatments,  hamonizer settings, drums, additional engineering
  • Jeff Ryan – drums
  • Chad Stockslager– upright piano
  • Jesse Trbovich– saxophone
  • Kim Roney – piano
  • John Ashley –Voyager
  • Jeff Zeigler – production, recording
  • John Ashley – recordin
  • John Congleton – additional engineering
  • Brian McTear – mixing
  • Daniel Murphy – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Adam Granduciel, except where noted.

  1. Best Night
  2. Brothers – Adam Granduciel, Dave Hartley, Mike Zanghi, Robbie Bennett
  3. I Was There
  4. Your Love Is Calling My Name
  5. The Animator
  6. Come to the City – Adam Granduciel, Dave Hartley
  7. Come for It
  8. It’s Your Destiny – Adam Granduciel, Robbie Bennett
  9. City Reprise #12
  10. Baby Missiles
  11. Original Slave
  12. Black Water Falls

On August 16, 1994.

Edie_Brickell_-_Picture_Perfect_Morning

On August 16, 1994, “Geffen” label released “Picture Perfect Morning”, the debut Edie Brickell solo album. It was recorded in 1994, and was produced by David Bromberg, Roy Halee, and Paul Simon.

Personnel:

  • Edie Brickell- acoustic guitar, guitar, vocals
  • Butch Amiot -bass
  • Mingo Araujo -percussion
  • Cyro Baptista- percussion
  • Michael Bearden -synthesizer
  • Errol “Crusher” Bennett – percussion
  • Herb Besson -trombone
  • Phyllis Bethel -background vocals
  • Michael Brecker- ewi
  • David Bromberg – guitar,slide guitar
  • John Bush -triangle
  • Larry Campbell- guitar, pedal steel, violin
  • Vivian Cherry – background vocals
  • Victor Cook – background vocals
  • Richard Crooks -drums
  • Michael Davis -trombone
  • Joel Diamond -organ
  • Bill Dillon – guitar,electric guitar
  • The Dixie Cups – background vocals
  • John- synthesizer, piano
  • Jerry Douglas- dobro
  • Charles Elam III – background vocals
  • Steve Gadd- drums
  • Nelson Gonzalez – guitar
  • Willie Green – drums
  • Tony Hall – bass
  • Brad Houser- bass
  • Bashiri Johnson- percussion, conga
  • Bakithi Khumalo – bass
  • Dennis King – background vocals
  • Skip LaPlante – percussion
  • Maurice Lauchner – background vocals
  • John Leventhal – acoustic guitar, guitar
  • Terry Manuel – background vocals
  • Madeleine Yayodele Nelson – background vocals,chekere
  • Art Neville- organ, keyboard
  • Cyril Neville- percussion
  • Keith O’Quinn – trombone
  • Shawn Pelton – drums
  • Leon Pendarvis – synthesizer
  • James Pugh – trombone
  • Steve Riley -accordion
  • Dave Samuels -vibraphone
  • Paul Simon- acoustic guitar, guitar
  • Brian Stoltz – guitar, electric guitar
  • Barry White- voices
  • Kenny Withrow – guitar, electric guitar
  • Engineers: David Bromberg, Malcolm Burn, Roy Halee, Andy Smith
  • Assistant engineer: Dave Wittman
  • Mastering: Greg Calbi
  • Session coordinators: Jimmy Corona, Marc Silag
  • Project coordinator: Dolores Lusitana
  • Horn arrangements: Shari Feder
  • Art direction: Tom Zutaut
  • Photography: Michael Halsband, Vaughn Hazell, Kevin Mazur

Track listing:

All tracks by Edie Brickell.

  1. Tomorrow Comes
  2. Green
  3. When the Lights Go Down
  4. Good Times
  5. Another Woman’s Dream
  6. Stay Awhile
  7. Hard Times
  8. Olivia
  9. In the Bath
  10. Picture Perfect Morning
  11. Lost in the Moment