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On September 17, 2013.

On September 17, 2013, “Vagrant Records” and “Heavenly Records” labels released “Imitations”, the eighth Mark Lanegan studio album. It was recorded in 2012, and was produced by Martin Feveyear.

Personnel:

  • Mark Lanegan – vocals
  • Billy Stover – piano
  • Mike Johnson – acoustic and electric guitar
  • Alain Johannes – cigfiddle, mellotron, acoustic and ebo guitar
  • Jeff Fielder – acoustic and electric guitar
  • Andrew Joslyn – violin, viola
  • Rebecca Filice – cello
  • Mark Hoyt – backing vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Jason Staczek – harpsichord
  • Eric Padget – trumpet
  • Tom Yoder – trombone
  • Drew Church – bass
  • Duff McKagan – bass
  • Barrett Martin – vibraphone, tambourine, drums, percussion
  • Bill Rieflin – drums, percussion, pump organ, mellotron
  • Mark Pickerel – drums

Track listing:

  1. Flatlands – Chelsea Wolve
  2. She’s Gone – Vern Gosdin
  3. Deepest Shade – Greg Dulli
  4. You Only Live Twice – Leslie Bricusse, John Barry
  5. Pretty Colors – Al Gorgoni, Chip Taylor
  6. Brompton Oratory – Nick Cave
  7. Solitaire – Neil Sedaka, Phil Cody
  8. Mack the Knife – Kurt Weill, Bertolt Brecht (English lyrics by Manheim – Willett)
  9. I’m Not the Loving Kind – John Cale
  10. Lonely Street – Carl Belew, Kenny Sowder, W.S.Stevenson
  11. Élégie Funèbre – Gérard Manset
  12. Autumn Leaves – Joseph Kosma, Jacques Prévert (English lyrics by Johnny Mercer)

On August 28, 2001.

On August 28, 2001, “Surfdog Records” and “Hollywood Records” label released “Weird Revolution”, the eighth Butthole Surfers studio album. It was recorded in 2001, and was produced by Paul Leary and Rob Cavallo.

Personnel:

  • Gibby Haynes – vocals
  • Paul Leary – guitar, mixing
  • King Coffey – drums
  • Nathan Calhoun – bass
  • Chris Vrenna – additional drum programming
  • Michael Bradford – engineer, additional production
  • Stuart Sullivan – engineer, mixing
  • Allen Sides – engineer
  • Chris Lord-Alge – mixing
  • Brian Gardner – mastering
  • Actionfigure – art direction, design

Track listing:

  1. Weird Revolution
  2. The Shame of Life
  3. Dracula from Houston
  4. Venus
  5. Shit Like This
  6. Mexico
  7. Intelligent Guy
  8. Get Down
  9. Jet Fighter
  10. The Last Astronaut
  11. Yentel
  12. They Came In (“They Came In” ends at minute 4:02. After 17 minutes and 50 seconds of silence, at minute 21:52 begins a hidden track: it’s a reprise of the song “The Last Astronaut”

On August 23, 2019.

On August 23, 2019, “Thrill Jockey” label released “Guild of the Asbestos Weaver” the eighth Alexander Tucker studio album. It was recorded 2018 – 2019, at “Holy Mountain Studios”, “Third Guild”, and was produced by Misha Hering and Alexander Tucker. The album was inspired by Ray Bradbury’s novel “Fahrenheit 451”, and references H. P. Lovecraft and Alan Moore.

Personnel:

  • Alexander Tucker – vocals, bass, cello, synthesizers, electronics, effects, artwork 
  • Matt Colton – mastering
  • Nik Void – design, layout

Track listing:

All tracks by Alexander Tucker.

  1. Energy Alphas
  2. Artificial Origin
  3. Montag
  4. Precog
  5. Cryonic

On August 14, 2020.

On August 14, 2020, “14th Floor” label released “A Celebration of Endings”, the eighth Biffy Clyro studio album. It was recorded in 2019, at “Lotus Easter Studio” in Santa Monica, California, “United Recording Studio” in Los Angeles, “Abbey Road Studios”, “RAK Studios” and Rockstone Studios in London, and was produced by Rich Costey and Steve Mac.

Personnel:

  • Simon Neil – lead vocals, guitars
  • James Johnston – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Ben Johnston – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Zac Rae – additional keyboards
  • Steve Mac – additional keyboards
  • Rob Mathes – string arrangements, conducting
  • Jenny Nendick – conducting
  • Jackie Shave – concertmaster
  • Magnus Johnston – violin
  • Perry Montague-Mason – violin
  • Patrick Kiernan – violin
  • Pete Hanson – violin
  • Natalia Bonner – violin
  • Cathy Thompson – violin
  • Debbie Widdup – violin
  • Jonathan Evans-Jones – violin
  • Chris Tombling – violin
  • Bruce White – viola
  • Peter Lale – viola
  • Rachel Roberts – viola
  • Caroline Dearley – cello
  • Ian Burdge – cello
  • Jonathan Williams – cello
  • Caroline Dearley – cello
  • Jonathan Allen – string recording
  • Paul Pritchard – string recording assistant
  • Neil Dawes – string recording assistant
  • KT Pipal – engineering
  • Mario Borgatta – engineering
  • Wesley M. Seidman – engineering
  • Cecil Barlett – engineering
  • Dann Pursey – engineering
  • Koby Merman – additional mix engineering and digital editing
  • Dalton Ricks – additional mix engineering
  • Ross Newbauer – additional mix engineering
  • Rich Costey – mixing
  • James Rushent – additional production
  • Chris Laws – additional programming, engineering
  • Joe La Porta – mastering
  • Thomas Robson – cover artwork
  • Simon Neil – additional artwork, art direction
  • Richard Welland – art direction
  • Ash Reynolds – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Simon Neil, except where noted.

  1. North of No South
  2. The Champ
  3. Weird Leisure
  4. Tiny Indoor Fireworks
  5. Worst Type of Best Possible
  6. Space – Steve Mac
  7. End Of
  8. Instant History – Steve Mac, Ammar Malik
  9. The Pink Limit
  10. Opaque
  11. Cop Syrup

On July 27, 2018.

On July 27, 2018, “Dinner for Wolves” label released “Gotcha Covered”, the eighth Screaming Jets studio album. It was recorded in 2018, at “Sing Sing” studio in Chapel St, South Yarra, Australia, “Tender Trap Studios” In Melbourne, and was produced by Steve James.

Personnel:

  • Dave Gleeson – vocals
  • Jimi Hocking – guitar, backing vocals
  • Scott Kingman – guitar
  • Greedy Smith – keyboards
  • Paul Woseen – bass, backing vocals
  • Mark Mcleod – drums
  • Dean Sutherland – backing vocals
  • Bob Spencer, Brett Kingman, Brett Williams, Cameron McKenzie, Chris Hawker, Daniel Wayne Spencer, Dave Leslie, Dean Sutherland, Nat Allison, Peter Wanliss, Rick Brewster, Ronnie Simmons, Stu Marshall, Stuart Fraser, Tim Henwood, Warwick Scott, Zakk Zedras – guitar solos
  • Steve James – recording
  • Luke Cincotta – engineer assistant
  • Erin Newman – artwork
  • Matthew Gray – mastering

Track listing:

  1. Wedding Ring – Steve Wright, George Young, Harry Vanda
  2. The Razor’s Edge – Shane Howard, Ian Morrison
  3. Gimme Head – Geoff Turner
  4. Overkill – Colin Hay
  5. Darling It Hurts – Paul Kelly, Steve Connolly
  6. The Right Time – Dave Faulkner
  7. Walls – Iva Davies
  8. Purple Sneakers – Rusty Hopkinson, Andy Kent, Tim Rogers
  9. Aloha Steve and Danno – Rob Younger, Denis Tek, Mort Stevens
  10. Shadow Boxer – Doc Neeson, John Brewster
  11. This Time – Andrew Farriss
  12. Errol – James Reyne
  13. Rain – Johanna Pigott, Todd Hunter
  14. Rock ‘n’ Roll Damnation – Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Bon Scott
  15. Guitar Band – G. Young, Vanda, Wright

On July 25, 2000.

On July 25, 2000, “Columbia” label released “Outbound”, the eighth Béla Fleck and the Flecktones studio album. It was recorded in 2000, and was produced by Bella Fleck, Jeff Coffin, Future Man and Victor Wooten. At the 43rd annual “Grammy Awards”, “Outbound” won “Best Contemporary Jazz Album”.

Personnel:

  • Béla Fleck – Gibson-style 75 banjo, Gibson-style 18 acoustic banjo, gut string banjo, Deering Crossfire electric banjo, electric sitar banjo, synth, National steel guitar, Paradis stereo guitar with VG8
  • Jeff Coffin – Tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, alto flute, clarinet
  • Victor Wooten – vocals, Fodera 4 string bass, Fodera tenor bass, stereo effect, Compito 5 string fretless bass
  • Future Man – vocals, Synth-Axe Drumitar, acoustic percussion, X-Drum acoustic kick drum, Zendrum, Pear tall cajons, Roland S-760 samplers
  • Jon Anderson – vocals
  • Shawn Colvin – vocals
  • Rita Sahai – vocals
  • David Angell – violin
  • David Davidson – violin
  • Mark Feldman – violin
  • Kristin Wilkinson – viola
  • John Catchings – cello
  • Adrian Belew – electric guitar
  • Sandip Burman – tabla
  • Paul Hanson – bassoon, harmonizer, synth, tenor saxophone
  • Paul McCandless – Soprano saxophone, pennywhistle, oboe, English horn
  • John Medeski – Hammond B-3 organ
  • Edgar Meyer – arco and pizzicato acoustic basses
  • Andy Narell – steelpans
  • Kongar-ol Ondar – Tuvan throat singing 

Track listing:

All tracks by Béla Fleck except where noted.

  1. Intro
  2. Hoedown – Aaron Copland
  3. A Moment So Close
  4. Zona Mona – Bella Fleck, Jeff Coffin
  5. Hall Of Mirrors
  6. Earth Jam – Bella Fleck, Future Man, Victor Wooten
  7. Something She Said
  8. Ovombo Summit – Future Man
  9. Aimum – Bella Fleck, The Future Man, Victor Wooten, Jeff Coffin
  10. Prelude
  11. Lover’s Leap
  12. Outbound
  13. Scratch & Sniff – Bella Fleck, Victor Wooten
  14. Shuba Yatra
  15. That Old Thing
  16. Reprise

On July 24, 2001.

On July 24, 2001, “Silverstone Records” label released “Plan B”, the eighth Huey Lewis and the News studio album. It was recorded 2000 – 2001, by Huey Lewis and Johnny Colla.

Personnel:

  • Huey Lewis – lead vocals, harmonica
  • Johnny Colla – guitar, saxophone, backing vocals
  • Chris Hayes – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Ric Wilson – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Sean Hopper – keyboards, piano, backing vocals
  • John Pierce – bass
  • Bill Gibson – drums
  • Marvin McFadden – trumpet
  • Ron Stallings – tenor saxophone
  • Rob Sudduth – tenor and baritone saxophone
  • Wynonna Judd – vocals
  • Jack Jacobsen – organ, acoustic piano
  • Jim Pugh – organ
  • Dallis Craft – backing vocals
  • David Boucher, Johnny Colla, Huey Lewis, Merrit Pelkey, Jim “Watts” Vereecke – engineer
  • Bob Clearmountain – mixing
  • Robert Hadley, Doug Sax – mastering
  • Chris Haggerty – digital editing
  • Aaron Rapoport – photography

Track listing:

  1. We’re Not Here for a Long Time (We’re Here for a Good Time) – Johnny Colla, Chris Hayes, Huey Lewis
  2. My Other Woman – Johnny Colla, Huey Lewis
  3. I Ain’t Perfect – Bill Gibson, Huey Lewis
  4. When I Write the Book – Rockpile Billy Bremner, Dave Edmunds, Nick Lowe
  5. I’m Not in Love Yet – Chris Hayes, Huey Lewis
  6. Thank You, No. 19 – Sean Hopper, Huey Lewis
  7. Plan B – Johnny Colla, Huey Lewis
  8. The Rhythm Ranch – Johnny Colla, Huey Lewis
  9. Let Her Go and Start Over – Mike Duke
  10. I Never Think About You – Chris Hayes, Huey Lewis, John Pierce
  11. So Little Kindness – Chris Hayes, Huey Lewis, Rob Sudduth

On July 15, 1963.

On July 15, 1963, “Columbia” label released “Seven Steps to Heaven”, the eighth Miles Davis studio album. It was recorded April – May 1963, at “Columbia Studios” in Los Angeles, “CBS 30th Street Studio” in New York City, and was produced by Teo Macero.

Personnel:

  • Miles Davis – trumpet
  • George Coleman – tenor saxophone
  • Herbie Hancock – piano
  • Victor Feldman – piano
  • Ron Carter – bass
  • Frank Butler – drums
  • Tony Williams – drums

Track listing:

  1. Basin Street Blues – Spencer Williams
  2. Seven Steps to Heaven – Victor Feldman, Miles Davis
  3. I Fall in Love Too Easy – Jule Styne
  4. So Near, So Far – Tony Crombie, Benny Green
  5. Baby Won’t You Please Come Home – Clarence Williams, Charles Warfield
  6. Joshua – Victor Feldman

On June 27, 1992.

On June 27, 1992, “Victory Music” label released “Black Moon”, the eighth Emerson, Lake & Palmer studio album. It was recorded in 1992, at “Marcus Studios”, “Front Page Recorders” and was produced by Mark Mancina, Ian Morrow and John Van Tongeren.

  • Keith Emerson – piano, keyboards
  • Greg Lake – vocals, guitars, bass, harmonica
  • Carl Palmer – drums, percussion
  • Tim Heintz, Gary Hodgson, Ian Morrow, John Van Tongeren – programming
  • Mark Holding – vocal arrangements
  • Steve Kempster, Stephen Marcussen, David Mitchell – engineer
  • Anthony Danbury, Gil Morales, Marnie Riley, Brett Swain, Charlie Watts – engineer assistant
  • Steve Kempster, David Mitchell – mixing
  • Stephen Marcussen – mastering
  • Jay Rifkin – digital editing
  • Willie Alexander – keyboard technician

Track listing:

  1. Black Moon – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake, Carl Palmer
  2. Paper Blood – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake, Carl Palmer
  3. Affairs of the Juliet – Geoff Downes, Greg Lake
  4. Romeo and Juliet – Sergei Prokofiev
  5. Farewell to Arms – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake
  6. Changing States – Keith Emerson
  7. Burning Bridges – Mark Mancina
  8. Close to Home – Keith Emerson
  9.  Better Days – Keith Emerson
  10. Footprints in the Snow – Greg Lake

On June 11, 2002.

On June 11, 2002, “Universal” label released “In Violet Light”, the eighth Tragically Hip (The) album. It was recorded 2001 – 2002, at “Compass Point” in Nassau, “The Bathouse” in Bath, Ontario, and was produced by Hugh Padgham, Mark Vreeken, Gord Downie, Paul Langlois, Rob Baker, Gord Sinclar and Johnny Fay. The album was certified Platinum in Canada by “Music Canada”.

Personnel:

  • Gord Downie – violin
  • Paul Langlois – guitar
  • Rob Baker – guitar, design, cover painting
  • Gord Sinclair – bass
  • Johnny Fay – drums
  • Neil Symonette – percussion
  • Mark Vreeken – recording
  • Hugh Padgham – additional recording, engineer 
  • Terry Manning – engineer
  • Alex Dixon, Oswald Bowe, Aaron Holmberg, Dave Koster – engineer assistant
  • Hugh Padgham, Terry Manning – mixing
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • Andrew McLachlan – design
  • Richard Beland – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Gord Downie, Paul Langlois, Rob Baker, Gord Sinclar and Johnny Fay.

  1. Are You Ready
  2. Use It Up
  3. The Darkest One
  4. It’s a Good Life If You Don’t Weaken
  5. Silver Jet
  6. Throwing off Glass
  7. All Tore Up
  8. Leave
  9. A Beautiful Thing
  10. The Dire Wolf
  11. The Dark Canuck