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Scorpions: Return to Forever

On February 20. 2015, “Sony Music Germany” label released “Return to Forever”, the eighteenth Scorpions studio album. It was recorded 2011 – 2014, and was produced by Mikael Nord Andersson and Martin Hansen.


  • Klaus Meine – lead vocals
  • Matthias Jabs – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Rudolf Schenker – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Paweł Mąciwoda – bass, backing vocals
  • James Kottak – drums, backing vocals
  • Mikael Nord Andersson – engineer, mixing
  • Martin Hansen – engineer, mixing
  • Tim Eckhorst – artwork

Track listing:

  1. Going Out with a Bang – lyrics by Klaus Meine, Martin Hanse, music by Martin Hansen, Mikael Nord Andersson
  2. We Built This House – lyrics by Klaus Meine, Martin Hansen, music by Martin Hansen, Mikael Nord Andersson
  3. Rock My Car – lyrics by Klaus Meine, music by Rudolf Schenker
  4. House of Cards – lyrics by Klaus Meine, music by Rudolf Schenker
  5. All for One – lyrics and music by Klaus Meine, Mikael Nord Andersson, Martin Hansen
  6. Rock ’n’ Roll Band – lyrics and music by Klaus Meine
  7. Catch Your Luck and Play – lyrics by Klaus Meine, Mikael Nord Andersson, music by Rudolf Schenker
  8. Rollin’ Home – lyrics by Klaus Meine, Martin Hanse, music by Martin Hansen, Mikael Nord Andersson
  9. Hard Rockin’ the Place – lyrics by Klaus Meine, music by Rudolph Schenker
  10. Eye of the Storm – lyrics by Klaus Meine, music by Klaus Meine, Mikael Nord Andersson, Martin Hanse
  11. The Scratch – lyrics by Mikael Nord Andersson, music by Mikael Nord Andersson, Martin Hansen
  12. Gypsy Life – Klaus Meine, Rudolph Schenker

Moby: Live Ambient – Improvised Recordings Vo. 1

On December 24, 2020, “Mobyambient” label released “Live Ambient – Improvised Recordings Vol. 1”, the eighteenth Moby studio album. It was recorded in 2020, at Moby’s home studio in Los Angeles, and was produced by Moby.


  • Moby – all instruments, electronics

Track listing:

All tracks by Moby.

  1. Live Ambient 1
  2. Live Ambient 2
  3. Live Ambient 3
  4. Live Ambient 4
  5. Live Ambient 5
  6. Live Ambient 6
  7. Live Ambient 7
  8. Live Ambient 8
  9. Live Ambient 9
  10. Live Ambient 10

Poco: Running Horse

On November 18, 2002, “Drifter’s Church” label released “Running Horse”, the eighteenth Poco studio album. It was recorded in 2002, and was produced by Rusty Young and Mike Clute.


  • Paul Cotton – lead and backing vocals, electric lead guitar, acoustic rhythm guitar
  • Rusty Young – lead and backing vocals, lap steel guitar, pedal steel guitar electric rhythm guitar, acoustic rhythm guitar, banjo, dobro
  • Jack Sundrud – lead and backing vocals, bass
  • George Grantham – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Tony Harrell – keyboards
  • Craig Fuller – acoustic guitar, harmony and backing vocals
  • Bill Lloyd – additional guitar
  • John Cowan – backing vocals
  • Mike Clute – engineer, mixing
  • Jack Sundrud – engineer, collage design
  • Pete Misines – assistant engineer
  • Eric Walker – design, layout
  • Georgina Rosenbaum – cover artwork
  • Jonathan Rosenbaum – cover artwork
  • Mary Frances Brennan – photography

Track listing:

  1. One Tear at a Time – Rusty Young
  2. Every Time I Hear That Train – Paul Cotton
  3. If Your Heart Needs a Hand – Rusty Young
  4. Never Loved… Never Hurt Like This – Jack Sundrud
  5. Forever – Rusty Young
  6. Never Get Enough – Jack Sundrud, Craig Bickhardt, David James
  7. If You Can’t Stand to Lose – Rusty Young, John Cowan
  8. I Can Only Imagine – Paul Cotton
  9. Shake It – Jack Sundrud
  10. That’s What Love is all About – Rusty Young, Craig Fuller
  11. Running Horse – Paul Cotton

The Stranglers: Dark Matters

On September 10, 2021, “Coursegood” label released “Dark Matters”, the eighteenth Stranglers (The) album. It was recorded 2019 – 2021, at “Charlton Farm Studios” in Bath, “OX4 Sound Studios” in Oxford, and Bez Warne home studio, and was produced by Louie Nicastro.


  • Jean-Jacques Burnel – lead and backing vocals, bass, acoustic guitar
  • Dave Greenfield – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Baz Warne – lead and backing vocals, guitar
  • Jim Macaulay – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Louie Nicastro – additional keyboards, engineer
  • Matthew Bourne-Jones – trumpet
  • Phil Johnson – art direction, design

Track listing:

All tracks by Jean-Jacques Burnel, Dave Greenfield, Baz Warne and Jim Macaulay, except where noted.

  1. Water
  2. This Song – Mathew Seamarks, Jean-Jacques Burnel, Dave Greenfield, Baz Warne, Jim Macaulay
  3. And If You Should See Dave
  4. If Something’s Gonna Kill Me (It Might Be Love)
  5. No Man’s Land
  6. The Lines
  7. Payday
  8. Down
  9. The Last Man on the Moon
  10. White Stallion
  11. Breathe

The Melvins: Freak Puke

On June 5, 2012, “Ipecac Recordings” label released “Freak Puke”, the eighteenth Melvins (The) album. It was recorded December 2011 – January 2012, and was produced by Toshi Kasai, King Buzzo, Dale Crover and Trevor Dunn.


  • King Buzzo – vocals, guitar
  • Trevor Dunn – vocals, standup bass
  • Dale Crover – vocals, drums
  • James McAleer – backing vocals
  • Dan Raymond – additional guitar, backing vocals & additional guitar
  • Toshi Kasai – engineer
  • John Golden – mastering
  • Mackie Osborne – artwork

Track listing:

All tracks by King Buzzo, Dale Crover and Trevor Dunn, except where noted.

  1. Mr. Rip-Off
  2. Inner Ear Rupture
  3. Baby Won’t You Weird Me Out
  4. Worm Farm Waltz
  5. A Growing Disgust
  6. Leon Versus the Revolution
  7. Holy Barbarians
  8. Freak Puke
  9. Let Me Roll It – Paul McCartney
  10. Tommy Goes Berserk

James Brown: I Can’t Stand Myself When You Touch Me

In March 1968, “King” label released “I Can’t Stand Myself When You Touch Me”, the eighteenth James Brown studio album. It was recorded in 1968, and was produced by James Brown.


  • James Brown – lead vocal

The Dapps:

  • Tim Hedding – organ
  • “Fat Eddie” Setser – guitar
  • Tim Drummond – bass
  • William “Beau Dollar” Bowman – drums

Track listing:

  1. I Can’t Stand Myself (When You Touch Me) Pt. 1 – James Brown
  2. There Was a Time – James Brown, Bud Hobgood
  3. Get It Together Pt. 1 – James Brown, Bud Hobgood, Alfred Ellis
  4. Baby, Baby, Baby – James Brown, Bud Hobgood, James Crawford
  5. Time After Time – Jyle Styne, Sammy Cahn
  6. The Soul of J.B. – James Brown, Bud Hodgood, Gladys Knochelman
  7. I Can’t Stand Myself (When You Touch Me) Pt. 2 – James Brown
  8. Get It Together Pt. 2 – James Brown, Bud Hobgood, Alfred Ellis
  9. Why Did You Take Your Love Away from Me – James Brown, Bud Hobgood
  10. Need Your Love So Bad – Little Willie John
  11. You’ve Got to Change Your Mind – James Brown, Bobby Bird, Gene Redd, Ron Lenhoff
  12. Funky Soul #1 – James Brown, Bud Hobgood, James Crawford

Sammy Hagar: Space Between

On May 10, 2019, “BMG” label released “Space Between” first Sammy Hagar and the Circle album, the eighteenth Sammy Hagar studio album overal. It was recorded in 2019 and was produced by Jaimeson Durr, Sammy Hagar and Vic Johnson.


  • Sammy Hagar – lead vocals
  • Vic Johnson – guitar, backing vocals
  • Michael Anthony – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Jason Bonham – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Audie DeLone – keyboards
  • Brett Tuggle – keyboards
  • Ian Hatton – additional guitar
  • Steven Campodonico – engineer
  • Ian Hatton – engineer
  • Alan Howarth – engineer
  • Jaimeson Durr – recording, mixing
  • F. Reid Shippen – mixing
  • Ted Jensen – mastering

Track listing:

All lyrics by Sammy Hagar, except where noted, all music as noted.

  1. Devil Came to Philly – Sammy Hagar
  2. Full Circle Jam (Chump Change) – Jason Bonham, Michael Anthony, Vic Johnson
  3. Can’t Hang – Sammy Hagar
  4. Wide Open Space – Sammy Hagar
  5. Free Man – Jason Bonham
  6. Bottom Line – Sammy Hagar
  7. No Worries – Sammy Hagar, Tom Solis
  8. Trust Fund Baby – Jason Bonham, Ronnie Montrose
  9. Affirmation – Samar Hagar
  10. Hey Hey (Without Greed) – Sammy Hagar

Mountain Goats: Songs for Pierre Chuvin

On April 10, 2020, “Merge Records” label released “Songs for Pierre Chuvin” the eighteenth Mountain Goats studio album. It was recorded in March 2019, in Durham, North Carolina, and was produced by John Darnielle.


  • John Darnielle – vocals, guitar, piano
  • Peter Hughes – bass
  • Jon Wurster – drums
  • Matt Dougkas – guitar, accordion, woodwind, keyboards, background vocals
  • Brent Lambert – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by John Darnielle.

  1. Aulon Raid
  2. Until Olympius Returns
  3. Last Gasp at Calama
  4. For the Snakes
  5. The Wooded Hills Along the Black Sea
  6. January 31, 438
  7. Hopeful Assassins of Zeno
  8. Their Gods Do Not Have Surgeons
  9. Going to Lebanon 2
  10. Exegetic Chains

On December 13, 1988.

On December 13, 1988, “Columbia” label released “The Best Years of Our Lives”, the eighteenth Neil Diamond studio album. It was recorded in 1988, at “Chartmaker Studios”, “Lion Share Recording Studios”, “Village Recorders”, “Ocean Way Recording” in Los Angeles, “A&M Studios” in Hollywood, “Omnisound Recording Studios” in Nashville, “Seacost Sound” in Victoria, British Columbia, and was produced by David Foster.


  • Neil Diamond – lead vocals
  • Bill Champlin, Tamara Champlin, Renée Geyer, Richard Page – backing vocals
  • Richard Bennett – acoustic guitar
  • Dean Parks – acoustic and electric guitar
  • Michael Landau, Steve Lukather – electric guitar
  • Mike Brignardello, Reinie Press – bass guitar
  • Tris Imboden, Paul Leim, Carlos Vega – drums
  • Michael Boddicker, Robbie Buchanan, David Foster, Tom Hensley, Alan Lindgren, Michael Omartian, David Paich – keyboards
  • Rick Bowen, Rhett Lawrence, Kevin Maloney – synthesizer programming
  • Gary Grant, Jerry Hey, Dan Higgins, Bill Reichenbach Jr., Larry Williams – horns
  • David Foster, Jerry Hey – horn arrangements
  • Jeremy Lubbock – string arrangements
  • David Foster – arranger
  • Sam Cole, Chris Earthy – production coordination
  • Ned Brown, Barry Cardinale, Larry E. Williams, Alison Zanetos – production assistant
  • Jeffrey Woodruff – engineer
  • Jesse Kanner, Ray Pyle, Dave Reitzas – engineer assistant
  • Humberto Gatica – mixing
  • Mauricio Guerrero, Laura Livingston – mixing assistant
  • George Marino – mastering
  • David Kirschner – art direction, design
  • Beverley Lazor-Bahr – additional design
  • Matthew Rolston – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Neil Diamond, except where noted.

  1. The Best Years of Our Lives
  2. Hard Times for Lovers
  3. This Time – Neil Diamond, David Foster, Jeremy Lubbock
  4. Everything’s Gonna Be Fine – Neil Diamond, Weldon Dean Parks
  5. Hooked on the Memory of You
  6. Take Care of Me – Neil Diamond, David Foster
  7. Baby Can I Hold You – Tracy Chapman
  8. Carmelita’s Eyes – Neil Diamond, David Foster
  9. Courtin’ Disaster – Neil Diamond, David Foster
  10. If I Couldn’t See You Again
  11. Long Hard Climb – Neil Diamond, Tom Hensley, Alan Lindgren

On October 25, 1993.

On October 25, 1993, “Essential Records” label released “It Is the Business of the Future to Be Dangerous”, the eighteenth Hawkwind studio album. It was recorded in 1993, at “Barking Dog Studios” in Devon, England, and was produced by Dave Brock, Alan Davey, Richard Chadwick, and Paul Cobbold.


  • Dave Brock – vocals, guitars, keyboards, programming, sequencing, sampling
  • Alan Davey – vocals, bass guitar, keyboards, programming, sequencing, sampling
  • Richard Chadwick – vocals, drums
  • Alan The Ghost – artwork

Track listing:

  1. It Is the Business of the Future to Be Dangerous – Dave Brock, Richard Chadwick, Alan Davey
  2. Space Is Their (Palestine) – Dave Brock
  3. Tibet Is Not China (Part 1) – Alan Davey
  4. Tibet Is Not China (Part 2) – Dave Brock, Richard Chadwick, Alan Davey
  5. Let Barking Dogs Lie – Dave Brock, Richard Chadwick, Alan Davey
  6. Wave upon Wave – Alan Davey
  7. Letting in the Past (Looking in the Future) – Dave Brock
  8. The Camera That Could Lie – Dave Brock
  9. 3 or 4 Erections in the Course of a Night – Dave Brock, Alan Davey
  10. Techno Tropic Zone Exists – Dave Brock
  11. Gimme Shelter – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
  12. Avante – Dave Brock, Richard Chadwick, Alan Davey