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On July 5, 1994.

On July 5, 1994, “Play It Again Sam” label released “Hot Boxing”, the second Magnapop studio album. It was recorded in August 1993 at “Pedernales Recording Studio” in Austin, Texas, “Bosstown Studios” in Atlanta, Georgia, and was produced by Bob Mould.

Personnel:

  • Linda Hopper – lead vocals
  • Ruthie Morris – guitar, backing vocals
  • Shannon Mulvaney – bass guitar
  • David McNair – drums
  • Jim Wilson – engineer
  • David Collins – remastering
  • Valerie Raimonde – design
  • Ruth Leitman – art direction, photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Linda Hopper and Ruthie Morris.

  1. Slowly, Slowly
  2. Texas
  3. Lay It Down
  4. Here It Comes
  5. Piece of Cake
  6. Free Mud
  7. Leo
  8. The Crush
  9. Ride
  10. In the Way
  11. Idiot Song
  12. Get It Right
  13. Emergency
  14. Skinburns

On July 5, 2016.

On July 5, 2016, Lindsey Abudei self – released “…And The Bass Is Queen” her debut studio album. It was recorded 2014 – 2016, and was produced by Atta Lenell Otigba and Mosadoluwa Adegboye.

Personnel:

  • Lindsey Abudei – vocal
  • Mike Schoonmaker – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Lindsey Abudei.

  1. Have You?
  2. Drift Away
  3. Out the Magazine
  4. Libra Man
  5. When You Don’t Drive Me Mad
  6. Freedom and I
  7. High
  8. Scream at the Sun
  9. Apologise
  10. Home Free
  11. Shoot Them Down
  12. Leaving

On July 5, 2010.

On July 5, 2010, “Shepherd Moon” label released “Sky at Night”, the fifth I Am Kloot studio album. It was recorded in 2010 and was produced by Guy Garvey and Craig Potter. The album received the “German Record Critics’ Award” (Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik) in the “Pop and Rock” category.

Personnel:

  • John Harold Arnold Bramwell – vocals, guitar
  • Andy Hargreaves – drums
  • Peter Jobson – bass
  • Prabjote Osahn – violin
  • Stella Page – viola
  • Margit van der Zwan – cello
  • Marie Leenhardt – harp
  • Tony Gilfellon – guitar
  • Bob Marsh – trumpet
  • Peter McPhail – saxophone, flute
  • Colin McLeod – piano
  • Norman McLeod – pedal steel guitar
  • Guy Garvey– string arrangements
  • Craig Potter – mixing
  • Tim Young – mastering
  • Colin McLeod – additional production, engineering
  • Seadna McPhail – additional engineering
  • Gerald Jenkins – band photography
  • Paul Brownless – design

Track listing:

All tracks by John Bramwell.

  1. Northern Skies
  2. To the Brink
  3. Fingerprints
  4. Lately
  5. I Still Do
  6. The Moon is a Blind Eye
  7. Proof
  8. It’s Just the Night
  9. Radiation
  10. Same Shoes

 

On July 5, 2004.

On July 5, 2004, “Standard Records” label released “Room on the 3rd Floor”, the debut McFly studio album. It was recorded December 2003 – April 2004, in London, and was produced by Craig Hardy, Hugh Padgham, Tim ‘Spag’ Speight and Jay Renolds. The album was certified Platinum in UK by “BPI”.

Track listing:

  • Tom Fletcher- lead vocals, guitar, piano
  • Danny Jones- lead vocals, harmonica, guitar
  • Dougie Poynter – bass guitar
  • Harry Judd– drums
  • Peter Chadwick – photography

Track listing:

  1. Get Over You (hidden track in pre-gap of Track 1) – Tom Fletcher, James Bourne
  2. Five Colours in Her Hair – Tom Fletcher, James Bourne, Danny Jones, Ben Seargant
  3. Obviously – Tom Fletcher, James Bourne, Danny Jones
  4. Room on the Third Floor – Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones
  5. That Girl – Tom Fletcher, James Bourne
  6. Hypnotised – Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones
  7. Saturday Night – Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones
  8. Met This Girl – Tom Fletcher
  9. She Left Me – Tom Fletcher
  10. Dawn By the Lake – Tom Fletcher, James Bourne
  11. Unsaid Things – Tom Fletcher
  12. Not Alone – Danny Jones

 

On July 5, 2010.

On July 5, 2010, “Rough Trade” label released “Serotonin”, the fourth Mystery Jets album. It was recorded in 2010, at “British Grove Studios” in London, and was produced by Chris Thomas.

Personnel

  • Blaine Harrison- vocals, guitar, keyboards, piano
  • William Rees – vocals, guitar
  • Jack Flanagan – bass
  • Kapil Trivedi – drums, percussion, kazoo
  • Sophie-Rose Harper – vocals
  • Rich Cooper – programming, engineer
  • Chris Thomas – mixing
  • Henry Harrison – cover image
  • Nacho Alegre – sleeve photography
  • Margherita Visconti – photography

Track listing:

  1. Alice Springs
  2. Too Late to Talk
  3. The Girl is Gone
  4. Flash a Hungry Smile
  5. Serotonin
  6. Show Me the Light
  7. Dreaming of Another World
  8. Lady Grey
  9. Waiting on a Miracle
  10. Melt
  11. Lorna Doone

 

On July 5, 1994.

On July 5, 1994, “Sub Pop” and “Interscope Records” labels released “Liquor in the Front”, the third  Reverend Horton Heat album. It was recorded in 1994, at “Crystal Clear Studios” in Dallas, Texas, and was produced by Al Jourgensen.

Personnel:

  • Jim “Reverend Horton” Heath – vocals, guitar
  • Jimbo Wallace – upright bass
  • Taz Bentley– drums
  • Tim Alexander – keyboards, accordion
  • Al Jourgensen– pedal steel guitar, piano, vocals
  • Siavoch Ahmadzadeh – assistant engineer
  • Keith Rust – assistant engineer
  • Jeff Lane – assistant mix engineer
  • Barry Goldberg – assistant mix engineer
  • Eddy Schreyer – mastering
  • Kim Holt – art direction, design
  • Michael Lavine – band photos
  • Mosquito – cartoon illustrations

Track listing:

All tracks by Jim Heath, except where noted.

  1. Big Sky
  2. Baddest of the Bad
  3. One Time for Me
  4. Five-O Ford
  5. In Your Wildest Dreams – Jim Heath, Jimbo Wallace
  6. Yeah, Right
  7. Crusin’ for a Bruisin;
  8. I Could Get Used to It
  9. Liquor, Beer & Wine – Jim Heath, Livingston
  10. I Can’t Surf – Jim Heath, Wallace, Taz Bentley
  11. Jezebel – Shanklin
  12. Rockin’ Dog
  13. The Entertainer- Joplin

 

 

On July 5, 1969.

On July 5, 1969, “Dunhill” label released “Bubblegum, Lemonade and… Something for Mama”, the second Cass Elliot album under the billing “Mama Cass”. It was recorded in 1969 and was produced by Steve Barri.

Personnel:

  • Mama Cass – vocals
  • Mike Deasy– guitar
  • Red Rhodes– steel guitar
  • Hal Blaine– drums, percussion
  • Steve Barri– percussion
  • Ben Benay – guitar, harmonica
  • Jimmie Haskell– accordion, arranger, conductor
  • Phil Kaye – percussion, engineer
  • Larry Knechtel– organ, piano
  • Joe Osborn– bass
  • Gary Burden- art direction, design
  • Henry Diltz- photography

Track listing

  1. It’s Getting Better – Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil
  2. Blow Me a Kiss – Jack Carone
  3. Sour Grapes -Tom Ghent
  4. Easy Come, Easy Go – Diane Hildebrand, Jack Keller
  5. I Can Dream, Can’t I? – Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal
  6. Welcome To the World – Martin Eagle Siegel, Scott English
  7. Lady Love – Delaney Bramlett
  8. He’s a Runner – Laura Nyro
  9. Move in a Little Closer, Baby – Robert O’Connor, Arnold Jay Capitanelli
  10. When I Just Wear My Smile – Tom V. Lane, Sharyn Pulley
  11. Who’s To Blame – Leah Kunkel

On July 5, 2005.

On July 5, 2005, “Asthmatic Kitty” label released “Illinois” (Sufjan Stevens Invites You To: Come On Feel the Illinoise), the fifth Sufjan Stevens studio album. It was recorded 2004 – 2005, at “The Buddy Project” in New York City, and various locations in New York City, and was produced by Sufjan Stevens. The album artwork was by Divya Srinivasan.

Personnel:

  • Sufjan Stevens– acoustic guitar, piano, Wurlitzer, bass guitar,  drums, electric guitar, oboe, alto saxophone,  flute,  banjo,  glockenspiel, accordion, vibraphone, alto, sopranino, soprano, and tenor recorders, Casiotone MT-70, sleigh bells,  shaker,  tambourine, triangle, electronic organ,  vocals,  arrangement,  engineering, recording
  • Julianne Carney – violin
  • Alan Douches – mastering
  • Jon Galloway – remixing
  • Marla Hansen – viola
  • The Illinoisemaker Choir – backing vocals, clapping
  • Tom Eaton
  • Jennifer Hoover
  • Katrina Kerns
  • Beccy Lock
  • Tara McDonnel
  • Maria Bella Jeffers – cello
  • Katrina Kerns – backing vocals
  • Shara Worden– backing vocals
  • James McAlister – drums, drum engineering
  • Craig Montoro – trumpet, backing vocals
  • Rob Moose – violin
  • Matt Morgan – backing vocals
  • Daniel and Elin Smith– backing vocals, clapping
  • Divya Srinivasan – artworkTrack listing:

    All tracks by Sufjan Stevens.

    1. Concerning the UFO Sighting near Highland, Illinois
    2. The Black Hawk War, or, How to Demolish an Entire Civilization and Still Feel Good About Yourself in the Morning, or, We Apologize for the Inconvenience but You’re Going to Have to Leave Now, or, ‘I Have Fought the Big Knives and Will Continue to Fight Them Until They Are Off Our Lands!
    3. Come On! Feel the Illinoise!” (Part I: The World’s Columbian Exposition – Part II: Carl Sandburg Visits Me in a Dream)
    4. John Wayne Gacy, Jr.
    5. Jacksonville
    6. A Short Reprise for Mary Todd, Who Went Insane, but for Very Good Reasons
    7. Decatur, or, Round of Applause for Your Step Mother!
    8. One Last ‘Whoo-Hoo!’ for the Pullman!!
    9. Go! Chicago! Go! Yeah!
    10. Casimir Pulaski Day
    11. To the Workers of the Rock River Valley Region, I Have an Idea Concerning Your Predicament, and It Involves Tube Socks, a Paper Airplane, and Twenty-Two Able-Bodied Men
    12. The Man of Metropolis Steals Our Hearts
    13. Prairie Fire That Wanders About
    14. A Conjunction of Drones Simulating the Way in Which Sufjan Stevens Has an Existential Crisis in the Great Godfrey Maze
    15. The Predatory Wasp of the Palisades Is Out to Get Us!
    16. They Are Night Zombies!! They Are Neighbors!! They Have Come Back from the Dead!! Ahhhh!
    17. Let’s Hear That String Part Again, Because I Don’t Think They Heard It All the Way Out in Bloomington–Normal
    18. In This Temple as in the Hearts of Man for Whom He Saved the Earth
    19. The Seer’s Tower
    20. The Tallest Man, the Broadest Shoulders” (Part I: The Great Frontier – Part II: Come to Me Only with Playthings Now)
    21. Riffs and Variations on a Single Note for Jelly Roll, Earl Hines, Louis Armstrong, Baby Dodds, and the King of Swing, to Name a Few
    22. Out of Egypt, into the Great Laugh of Mankind, and I Shake the Dirt from My Sandals as I Run

On July 5, 1999.

On July 5, 1999,“Hut” label released “How I Learned to Love the Bootboys”, the fourth and final The Auteurs album. It was recorded in 1999, and was produced by Luke Haines, Pete Hofmann and Phil Vinall.

Personnel:

  • Luke Haines– vocal, guitar, keyboards
  • James Banbury – keyboards, programming, strings
  • Alice Readman – bass guitar
  • Barny C. Rockford – drums
  • Chris Wyles – drums
  • Sarah Nixey– backing vocals
  • John Moore – backing vocals
  • Theresa Whipple – viola
  • Abigail Trundle, Bern Davis – cello
  • Pete Hofmann – mixing
  • Rip – portrait photograph

Track listing:

All tracks by Luke Haines, except where noted.

  1. The Rubettes – Luke Haines, John Moore, Bickerton, Waddington
  2. 1967
  3. How I Learned to Love the Bootboys
  4. Your Gang, Our Gang
  5. Some Changes
  6. School
  7. Johnny and the Hurricanes
  8. The South Will Rise Again
  9. Asti Spumante – Luka Haines, S. Medway–Smith
  10. Sick of Hari Krisna
  11. Lights Out
  12. Future Generation