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On March 8, 2005.

On March 8, 2005, “Ipecac Recordings” label released “Black Oni”, the fifth Guapo album. It was recorded 2004 – 2005, at “Zed One Studios” in London, and was produced by Pete Lyons.

Personnel:

  • Matt Thompson – bass, guitar, electronics
  • Dave Smith – drums, percussion
  • Daniel O’Sullivan – electric piano, keyboards, harmonium, mellotron, guitar, electronics
  • Jaime Gomez Arellano – mastering
  • Pete Lyons – mixing
  • Yukimaro Takematsu – art direction, design, photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Matt Thompson, Dave Smith and Daniel O’Sullivan.

  1. I
  2. II
  3. III
  4. IV
  5. V

 

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On January 22, 2016.

On January 22, 2016, “House of Mythology” label released “ATGCLVLSSCAP”, the tenth Ulver studio album. It was recorded in February 2014, at “Subsonic Society”, “Oak Hill Studios” in Oslo, Norway, and was produced by Seth Beaudreault, Ole Alexander Halstensgård, Anders Møller, Daniel O’Sullivan, Kristoffer Rygg, Jørn H. Sværen, Ivar Thormodsæter and Tore Ylvisaker.

Personnel:

  • Seth Beaudreault — audiovisuals
  • Ole Alexander Halstensgård — electronics
  • Anders Møller — percussion
  • Daniel O’Sullivan — bass, guitar
  • Kristoffer Rygg — electronics, percussion, voice
  • Jørn H. Sværen — voice
  • Ivar Thormodsæter — drums
  • Tore Ylvisaker — keys, electronics
  • Ralph Blagau — driver 1, stagehand
  • Chris Fullard — FOH, tour manager
  • Mark Lewis — tour booking
  • Aleš Meduna — driver 2, merchandise mind
  • Jaime Gomez Arellano – mastering
  • Tor Harald Degerstrøm, THD Vinyl Mastering – cut for vinyl
  • Paschalis Zervas, + wolframgrafik, Athens – design, layout

Track listing:

  1. England’s Hidden
  2. Glammer Hammer
  3. Moody Stix
  4. Cromagnosis
  5. The Spirits That Lend Strength Are Invisible
  6. Om Hanumate Namah
  7. Desert/Dawn
  8. D-Day Drone
  9. Gold Beach
  10. Nowhere (Sweet Sixteen)
  11. Ecclesiastes (A Vernal Catnap)
  12. Solaris

On January 13, 2004.

On January 13, 2004, “Cuneiform Records” label released “F ive Suns”,  the fourth Guapo album. It was recorded August 2002 – April 2003, at “Zed One Studios” in London, and was produced by Daniel O’Sullivan, Dave Smith and Malt Thompson.

Personnel:

  • Daniel O’Sullivan– Fender Rhodes, organ, mellotron, harmonium, electronics, guitar
  • Dave Smith – drums, percussion
  • Matt Thompson – bass, guitar, electronics
  • Pete Lyons – engineer
  • Yukimaro Takematsu – design, art direction

Track listing:

All tracks by  Daniel O’Sullivan, Dave Smith and Malt Thompson.

  1. Five Suns I
  2. Five Suns II
  3. Five Suns III
  4. Five Suns IV
  5. Five Suns V
  6. Total length
  7. (Untitled)
  8. Mictlan
  9. Topan

 

On January 11, 2012.

On January 11, 2012, “4AD” label released “Future This”, the second Big Pink studio album. It was recorded in 2012, and was produced by Paul Epworth.

Personnel:

  • Milo Cordell – performer
  • Robbie Furze – performer
  • Victoria Smith– performer, drums
  • Zan Lyons – performer, additional viola, programming
  • Sally Herbert– additional string arrangements, violin
  • Ian Burdge – cello
  • Jimmy Robertson – additional vocals
  • Chris Prendergast – drums
  • Tom Morris – additional drums
  • Mark Rankin– engineer
  • Joe Hartwell Jones – assistant engineer
  • Alan Moulder– mixing
  • John Catlin – mixing assistant
  • Tom Beard – band photograph
  • David Emery – other photography
  • Alison Fielding – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Milo Cordell and Robbie Furze, except where noted.

  1. Stay Gold – Paul Epworth
  2. Hit the Ground (Superman) – Paul Epworth, Laurie Anderson
  3. Give it Up – Paul Epworth, Earl Randle
  4. The palace – Paul Epworth
  5. 1313
  6. Rubbernecking – Paul Epworth
  7. Jump Music
  8. Lose Your Mind
  9. Future This – Daniel O’Sullivan
  10. 77

On April 25, 2011.

On April 25, 2011, “Jester Records” / “Kscope” labels released “Wars of the Roses”, the eighth Ulver studio album. It was recorded 2010 – 2011, and was produced by John Fryer, Jaime Gomez Arellano, Kristoffer Rygg, Tore Ylwizaker, Jørn H. Sværen and Daniel O’Sullivan.

Personnel:

  • Kristoffer Rygg- vocals, programming
  • Tore Ylwizaker – keyboards, programming
  • Jørn H. Sværen – miscellaneous
  • Daniel O’Sullivan – guitar, bass, keyboards, mixing
  • Tomas Pettersen – drums
  • Ole Aleksander Halstensgård – electronics
  • Trond Mjøen – electric and acoustic guitar, lap steel guitar, bass
  • Stian Westerhus – bowed electric guitar, electric guitar
  • Daniel Quill – violin
  • Alex Ward, Stephen Thrower- clarinet
  • Steve Noble – drums, percussion
  • Attila Csihar, Siri Stranger – vocals
  • Emil Huemer – guitar
  • Anders Møller – percussion

Track listing:

  1. February MMX
  2. Norwegian Gothic
  3. Providence
  4. September IV
  5. England
  6. Island
  7. Stone Angels

 

On May 28, 2012.

On May 28, 2012, “Kscope” label released “Childhood’s End”, the ninth Ulver studio album. It was recorded in 2008 and 2011, at “Crystal Canyon Studios” in Oslo, and was produced by Kristoffer Rygg, Tore Ylwizaker, Jørn H. Sværen and Daniel O’Sullivan. Album cover features a photograph by Hoang Van Danh of Phan Thi Kim Phuc fleeing a napalm attack by the South Vietnamese Air Force in 1972. The album is a collection of covers of “60s psychedelic tracks.

Personnel:

  • Kristoffer Rygg- vocals, programming
  • Tore Ylwizaker – keyboards, programming
  • Jørn H. Sværen – miscellaneous
  • Daniel O’Sullivan- guitar, bass, keyboards
  • Tomas Pettersen, Lars Pedersen – drums
  • Alexander Kloster-Jensen – electric guitar
  • Lars Christian Folkvord – bass
  • Espen Jørgensen, Trond Mjøen – electric and acoustic guitar
  • Mats Engen – bass, vocals, backing vocals
  • Sisi Sumbundu, Ingvild Langgård – vocals
  • Anders Møller – tambourine, shaker, congas
  • Ole Alexander Halstensgård – electronic effects

Track listing:

  1. Bracelets of Fingers (The Pretty Things) – Dick Taylor, Phil May, Wally Walter
  2. Everybody’s Been Burned (The Byrds) – David Crosby
  3. The Trap (Bonniwell’s Music Machine) – Sean Bonniwell
  4. In the Past (We the People) – Wayne Proctor
  5. Today (Jefferson Airplane) – Marty Balin, Paul Kantner
  6. Can You Travel in the Dark Alone? (Gandalf) – Peter Sando
  7. I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night) (The Electric Prunes) – Annette Tucker, Nancie Mantz
  8. Street Song (The 13th Floor Elevators) – Stacy Sutherland
  9. 66-5-4-3-2-1 (The Troggs) – Reg Presley
  10. Dark Is the Bark (The Left Banke) – George Cameron, Steve Martin Caro, Tom Finn
  11. Magic Hollow (The Beau Brummels) – Ron Elliott, Sal Valentino
  12. Soon There’ll Be Thunder (Common People) – Denny, Jerrald Robinett
  13. Velvet Sunsets (Music Emporium) – William Cosby, Thom Wade
  14. Lament of the Astral Cowboy (Curt Boettcher) – Curt Boettcher
  15. I Can See the Light (The Fleur de Lys) – Bryn Haworth, Gordon Haskell
  16. Where Is Yesterday (The United States of America) – Dorothy Moskowitz, Ed Bogas, Gordon Marron