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On June 18, 2021.

On June 18, 2021, “Universal Music Enterprises” label released “Crash of the Crown”, the seventeenth Styx studio album. It was recorded 2021 – 2021, at “The Shop” “Studio Amontillado”, “Blackbird Studios”, “Blue Sound and Music”, “Todd’s Studio”, and was produced by Will Evankovich.

Personnel:

  • Tommy Shaw – vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, mandolin, banjo
  • James Young – vocals, electric guitars
  • Lawrence Gowan – vocals, piano, B3 organ, synthesizers, mellotron
  • Ricky Phillips – bass guitar
  • Chuck Panozzo – bass guitar
  • Todd Sucherman – drums, percussion
  • Will Evankovich – acoustic and electric guitars, mandolin, synthesizers, soundscapes, percussion, backing vocals, engineer, mixing
  • Michael Bahan – tablas
  • Steve Patrick – piccolo trumpet
  • Alan Hertz – engineer, mixing
  • JR Taylor, Scott Rottler, Russ Mackay, Sean Badum, Devan Skaggs – engineer
  • Ted Jensen – mastering
  • Todd Gallopo – art direction, design, illustration
  • Mike Mettler – liner notes

Track listing:

  1. The Fight of Our Lives – Tommy Shaw, Will Evankovich
  2. A Monster – Tommy Shaw, Will Evankovich, Lawrence Gowan
  3. Reveries – Tommy Shaw, Will Evankovich
  4. Hold Back the Darkness – Tommy Shaw, Will Evankovich
  5. Save Us from Ourself – Tommy Shaw, Will Evankovich, Lawrence Gowan
  6. Crash of the Crown – Tommy Shaw, Will Evankovich, Lawrence Gowan
  7. Our Wonderful Lives – Tommy Shaw, Will Evankovich
  8. Common Ground – Tommy Shaw, Will Evankovich, Lawrence Gowan
  9. Sound the Alarm – Tommy Shaw, Will Evankovich
  10. Long Live the King – Will Evankovich
  11. Lost at Sea – Lawrence Gowan
  12. Coming Out the Other Side – Tommy Shaw, Will Evankovich, Ricky Phillips
  13. To Those – Tommy Shaw, Will Evankovich
  14. Another Farewell – Will Evankovich
  15. Stream – Tommy Shaw

On August 24, 1993.

On August 24, 1993, “Relativity” label released “The Grand Scheme of Things”, the fourth Steve Howe studio album. It was recorded in 1993 and was produced by Steve Howe.

Personnel:

  • Steve Howe– vocals, guitars, bass, mandolin, koto, flute, keyboards, percussion
  • Nick Beggs– bass, stick
  • Dylan Howe– drums, percussion
  • Keith West– harmony vocals, harmonica
  • Virgil Howe– keyboards, piano
  • Anna Palm – vocals, violin
  • Richard Edwards – mixing
  • Renny Hill – engineer, mixing
  • Michael Jeffries – engineer, cabassa
  • Steve Rush – engineer
  • Paul Wright III – engineer
  • Martyn Dean – photography, logo, cover art
  • Roger Dean– artwork, design

Track listing:

All tracks by Steve Howe except where noted.

  1. The Grand Scheme of Things
  2. Desire Comes First
  3. Blinded by Science
  4. Beautiful Ideas
  5. The Valley of Rocks
  6. At the Gates of the New World
  7. Wayward Course
  8. Reaching the Point – Steve Howe, Keith West
  9. Common Ground – Virgil Howe, Steve Howe
  10. Luck of the Draw
  11. The Fall of Civilization – Janet Howe, Steve Howe, Keith West
  12. Passing Phase
  13. Georgia’s Theme
  14. Too Much is Taken and Not Enough Given
  15. Maiden Voyage
  16. Road to One’s Self

 

On May 4, 2018.

On May 4, 2018, “Xtra Mile Recordings” label released “Be More Kind”, the seventh Frank Turner studio album. It was recorded in 2017, at “Niles City Sound Studios” in Fort Worth, Texas, “East West Studios” in Los Angeles, “Livingston Studios” in London, and was produced by Austin Jenkins, Joshua Blocks, Charlie Hugall and Chris Vivion.

Personnel:

  • Frank Turner– lead vocals, acoustic and electric guitar
  • Ben Lloyd– electric guitar, mandolin, backing vocals
  • Tarrant Anderson– bass guitar, upright bass, backing vocals
  • Matt Nasir– piano, keyboards, organ, synthesizer, string arrangements, backing vocals
  • Nigel Powell– drums, percussion, programming, backing vocals
  • Njia Martin – backing vocals
  • Brandon Mills – backing vocals
  • Bonnie Bishop – backing vocals
  • Abraham Ademola – backing vocals
  • Philippa Ashdown – backing vocals
  • Austin Jenkins – backing vocals
  • Veronica Gan – violin
  • Anna Jenkins – violin
  • Buffi Jacobs – cello
  • Jo Silverston – cello
  • Russell Echols – trumpet
  • Clay Pritchard – saxophone
  • Justin Barbee – trumpet
  • Bill Churchville – trumpet
  • John Mason – french horn
  • Fred Greene – tuba
  • Chris Tedesco – conductor
  • Austin Jenkins – musical arrangement
  • Joshua Block – engineering
  • Chris Vivion – engineering
  • Brendon Dekora – engineering
  • Charlie Hugall – mixing
  • Matt Lawrence – mixing
  • Frank Arkwright – mastering
  • Ben Rix – artwork, design

Track listing:

All tracks by Frank Turner, except where noted.

  1. Don’t Worry
  2. 1933
  3. Little Changes
  4. Be More Kind
  5. Make America Great Again
  6. Going Nowhere
  7. Brave Face
  8. There She Is
  9. 21st Century Survival Blues
  10. Breakout
  11. Common Ground
  12. The Lifeboat
  13. Get it Right

 

On October 15, 1996.

On October 15, 1996, “Columbia” label released “Breathe”, the ninth Midnight Oil studio album. It was recorded in 1996, in Sydney and New Orleans, and was produced by Malcolm Burn.

Personnel:

  • Peter Garrett- lead vocals
  • Bones Hillman- bass, vocals
  • Rob Hirst- drums, vocals
  • Jim Moginie- guitars, keyboards, vocals
  • Martin Rotsey– guitars
  • Malcolm Burn- guitars, organ, bass
  • Emmylou Harris– vocals
  • Buddy Miller– guitars
  • Daryl Johnson – djembe
  • Ethan Allan – piano

Track listing:

  1. Underwater – Peter Garrett, Bones Hillman, Rob Hirst, Jim Moginie, Martin Rotsey
  2. Surf’s Up Tonight – Peter Garrett, Jim Moginie
  3. Common Ground – Peter Garrett, Jim Moginie
  4. Time to Heal – Peter Garrett, Jim Moginie
  5. Sins of Omission – Peter Garrett, Bones Hillman, Rob Hirst, Jim Moginie, Martin Rotsey, Malcolm Burn
  6. One Too Many Times – Jim Moginie
  7. Star of Hope – Jim Moginie
  8. In the Rain – Peter Garrett
  9. Bring on the Change – Peter Garrett, Jim Moginie
  10. Home – Peter Garrett, Jim Moginie
  11. E-Beat – Peter Garrett, Jim Moginie
  12. Barest Degree – Bones Hillman, Rob Hirst
  13. Gravelrash – Peter Garrett, Bones Hillman, Rob Hirst, Jim Moginie, Martin Rotsey