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On September 15, 2003.

On September 15, 2003, “The Echo Label” released “I Am Kloot”, the self-titled, second I Am Kloot studio album. It was recorded in 2003, and was produced by Chris Potter, Scott Alexander, Keir Stewart, and Ian Broudie.

Personnel:

  • John Harold Arnold Bramwell – vocals, guitars
  • Peter Alexander Jobson – bass guitar
  • Andrew Peter Hargreaves – drums, percussion
  • Tony Gilfellon: additional guitar
  • Bob Sastry: French horn
  • Isabelle Dunn: cello
  • Amanda Drummond: viola
  • Stella Page: violin
  • Prabjote Osahn: violin

Track listing:

All tracks by John Harold Arnold Bramwell.

  1. Deep Blue Sea – hidden song in the pregap of the CD edition
  2. Untitled #1
  3. From Your Favorite Sky
  4. Life in a Day
  5. Here for the World
  6. A Strange Arrangement of Colour
  7. Cuckoo
  8. Mermaids
  9. Proof
  10. Sold as Seen
  11. Not a Reasonable Man
  12. 3 Feet Tall
  13. The Same Deep Water As Me

On July 28, 2003.

On July 28, 2003, “Deltasonic” label released “Magic and Medicine”, the second  Coral studio album. It was recorded in 2003, at “Elevator Studio” in Liverpool, and was produced by Ian Broudie.

Personnel:

  • James Skelly – vocals, guitar, co-producer
  • Lee Southall – guitar, backing vocals, co-producer
  • Bill Ryder-Jones– guitar, co-producer
  • Paul Duffy – bass guitar, backing vocals, co-producer
  • Nick Power – organ, piano, backing vocals, co-producer
  • Ian Skelly – drums, co-producer, artwork
  • Andy Frizell – brass
  • Simon James – brass
  • Martin Smith – brass
  • Olline Brindley – double bass
  • Louis Baccino – flute
  • Andy Brindley – harmonica
  • Megan Childs – violin
  • Jon Gray – engineer
  • Gary Butler – mastering
  • Arthur Janssen – photography
  • Jonathan Worth – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by James Skelly, except where noted.

  1. In the Forest – James Skelly, Nick Power
  2. Don’t Think You’re the First
  3. Liezah – James Skelly, Nick Power
  4. Talkin’ Gypsy Market Blues
  5. Secret Kiss
  6. Milkwood Blues
  7. Bill McCai
  8. Eskimo Lament – Nick Power
  9. Careless Hands – James Skelly, Bill Ryder – Jones
  10. Pass It On
  11. All of Our Love – James Skelly, Nick Power
  12. Confessions of A.D.D.D.

On July 4, 2005.

On July 4, 2005, “Infectious” label released “Young for Eternity”, the debut Subways studio album. It was recorded in 2005, at “Elevator Studios” in Liverpool, and was produced by Ian Broudie.

Personnel:

  • Billy Lunn – vocals, guitar
  • Charlotte Cooper – vocals, bass
  • Josh Morgan – drums
  • Ian Broudie – mixing
  • Jon Gray – engineer, mixing
  • Stuart Nicholls – photography
  • Sarh Foley – sleeve design

Track listing:

All music by Billy Lunn, Charlotte Cooper and Josh Morgan, all lyrics by Billy Lunn.

  1. I Want to Hear What You Have Got to Say
  2. Holiday
  3. Rock & Roll Queen
  4. Mary
  5. Young for Eternity
  6. Lines of Light
  7. Oh Yeah
  8. City Pavement
  9. No Goodbyes
  10. With You
  11. She Sun
  12. Somewhere
  13. At 1AM

 

On June 19, 2006.

On June 19, 2006, “B-Unique” label released “Not Accepted Anywhere”, the debut Automatic album. It was recorded October 2005 – January 2006, at “Stir Studio” in Cardiff, “Elevator Studio” in Liverpool, “The Chapel” in South Thoresby, “The Peace Rooms” in Hammersmith, and was produced byStephen Harris, Richard Jackson and Ian Broudie.The cover and album booklet artwork were by Richard Stockton. The  “BBC” ranked “Not Accepted Anywhere” amongst the top 10 greatest Welsh albums of the 2000s (decade).

Personnel:

  • Robin Hawkins- lead vocals, bass guitar
  • James Frost- guitar, vocals
  • Alex Pennie- synthesisers, keyboards, percussion, vocals
  • Iwan Griffiths- drums, percussion
  • D*Face – artwork

Track listing:

  1. That’s What She Said
  2. Raoul
  3. You Shout You Shout You Shout You Shout
  4. Recover
  5. Monster
  6. Lost at Home
  7. Keep Your Eyes Peeled
  8. .. I Hate You Guys
  9. On the Campaign Trail
  10. Team Drama
  11. By My Side
  12. Rats

On July 18, 1980.

Echo_&_the_Bunnymen - Crocodiles

On July 18, 1980, “Korova” label released “Crocodiles”, the debut Echo & the Bunnymen album. It was recorded in 1980, at “Eden Studios” in London and “Rockfield Studios” in Monmouth, Wales, and was produced by Bill Drummond, David Balfe in Ian Broudie. The album cover photograph was by Brian Griffin. In 1993, “NME” ranked “Crocodiles at number 28 on its list of the “50 Greatest Albums of the 1980s”; in 2006, “Uncut” magazine ranked the album at number 69 on its list of the “100 Greatest Debut Albums”

Personnel:

  • Ian McCulloch– vocals, guitar, piano
  • Will Sergeant– lead guitar
  • Les Pattinson– bass
  • Pete de Freitas– drums
  • David Balfe– keyboards
  • Rod Houison– engineer
  • Dan Hersch – remastering
  • Bill Butt – insert photography

Track listing:.

All tracks by Will Sergeant, Ian McCulloch, Les Pattinson and Pete de Freitas except where noted.

  1. Going Up
  2. Stars Are Stars
  3. Pride
  4. Monkeys
  5. Crocodiles
  6. Rescue
  7. Villiers Terrace
  8. Pictures on My Wall – Will Sergeant, Ian McCulloch, Les Pattinson
  9. All That Jazz
  10. Happy Death Men

 

 

On February 4, 1983.

Porcupine

On February 4, 1983, “Korova” label released “Porcupine”, the third Echo & the Bunnymen studio album.  It was recorded in 1982, at “Trident Studios” in London, “Rockfield Studios” in Monmouth, and “Amazon Studios” in Liverpool, and was produced by Ian Broudie.

Personnel:

  • Ian McCulloch– vocals, guitar
  • Will Sergeant– lead guitar
  • Les Pattinson– bass
  • Pete de Freitas– drums
  • Shankar– strings
  • Brian Griffin – photography
  • Martyn Atkins – cover design

Track listing:

All tracks by Will Sergeant, Ian McCulloch, Les Pattinson and Pete de Freitas.

  1. The Cutter
  2. The Back of Love
  3. My White Devil
  4. Clay
  5. Porcupine
  6. Heads Will Roll
  7. Ripeness
  8. Higher Hell
  9. Gods Will Be Gods
  10. In Bluer Skies