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On June 12, 2018.

On June 12, 2018, Philip John “Jon” Hiseman died aged 73. He was musician,  recording engineer, record producer and music publisher, regarded as one of the best and most influential drummers in the history of the rock music. He has worked with many famous musicians and bands including Jack Bruce, John Mayall, Tempest, United Jazz + Rock Ensemble, JCM, but was best known as founding member and drummer of Colosseum. Hiseman released two solo albums:

  • A Night in the Sun– 1982
  • About Time Too!– 1991

 

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On June 12, 2017.

On June 12, 2017, “Little Idiot” label released “More Fast Songs About the Apocalypse”, the fourteenth Moby studio.It was recorded 2014 – 2016, and was produced by Moby.

Personnel:

  • Moby – vocals, photography
  • Mindy Jones– vocals
  • Gavin Lurssen – mastering
  • Mark Needham – mixing
  • Jonathan Nesvadba – studio assistance, technical support
  • Tyler Spratt – mixing assistance
  • Melissa Danis – photography assistance
  • Mike Jones – design
  • Jonathan Nesvadba – photography assistance

Track listing:

All tracks by Moby.

  1. Silence
  2. A Softer War
  3. There’s Nothing Wrong with the World There’s Something Wrong with Me
  4. Trust
  5. All the Hurts We Made
  6. In This Cold Place
  7. If Only a Correction of All We’ve Been
  8. It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye
  9. A Happy Song

 

On June 12, 2007.

On June 12, 2007, “Mint Records” label released “Immaculate Machine’s Fables”, the third Immaculate Machine album. It was recorded in 2006, and was produced by Colin Stewart, John Collins and David Carswell.

Personnel:

  • Kathryn Calder– vocals, keyboards
  • Brooke Gallupe– vocals, guitar
  • Luke Kozlowski– vocals, drums
  • John Collins– percussion, synthesizer
  • Owen Pallett– violin
  • Michael Olsen– cello
  • Olivia Meek– musical saw
  • Caitlin Gallupe– artwork, background vocals
  • Leslie Rewega– background vocals

Track listing:

  1. Jarhand
  2. Dear Confessor
  3. Roman Statues
  4. Old Flame
  5. Small Talk
  6. Nothing Ever Happens
  7. Northeastern Wind
  8. C’Mon Sea Legs
  9. Pocket
  10. Blinding Lightm

 

On June 12, 2007.

On June 12, 2007, “Interscope” label released “Era Vulgaris”, the fifth Queens of the Stone Age stone album. It was recorded July 2006 – April 2007, and was produced by Chris Goss and Joshua Homme.

Personnel:

  • Josh Homme– lead and backing vocals, lead and acoustic guitar, bass, percussion, lap steel guitar, keyboard, electric piano, Rhodes piano, “badly tuned” piano, organ, percussion
  • Troy Van Leeuwen– keyboard, lead guitar , crazy delay” guitar, lap steel guitar, backing vocals, bass, the percussion part that’s a bitch, Moog, rhodes
  • Joey Castillo– drums, percussion, percussion ball
  • Alain Johannes– bass, acoustic and counterpoint guitar, harmonic guitar, counterpoint fiddle, cig” fiddle, marxaphone, backing vocals
  • Chris Goss– keyboard, the chicken pluckin guitar, twinkley bits, organ, electric piano, bass, backing vocals
  • Julian Casablancas– vocals, casio guitar
  • Serrina Sims, Brody Dalle-Homme, Liam Lynch– backing vocals
  • Mark Lanegan– harmony vocals
  • Alain Johannes − engineer
  • Alain Johannes, Joe Barresi− mixing
  • Justin Smith − mixing assistant
  • Stephen Marcussen − mastering
  • Jason Noto − design, illustrations
  • Mark A. Williams − A&R

Track listing:

All tracks by Joshua Homme, Troy Van Leeuwen and Joey Castillo, except where noted.

  1. Turnin’ on the Screw
  2. Sick Sick Sick – Joshua Homme, Troy Van Leeuwen, Joey Castillo
  3. I’m Designer
  4. Into the Hollow
  5. Misfit Love
  6. Battery Acid
  7. Make It wit Chu – Joshua Homme, Alain Johannes, Melchiondo
  8. 3’s & 7’s
  9. Suture Up Your Future
  10. River in the Road
  11. Run, Pig, Run

On June 12, 1999.

On June 12, 1999, “Smekkleysa/Bad Taste” label released “Ágætis byrjun” (A Good Beginning), the second Sigur Rós album. It was recorded August 1998–April 1999, and was produced by Ken Thomas. The sketch on the cover was drawn by Gotti Bernhöft. Sigur Rós won an “Iceland Music Award and the 2001 “Shortlist Music Prize” for the album. In 2009, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked the album at number 29 on its list of the “Best albums of 2000s”. In the “Q” and “Mojo” “Classic Special Edition Pink Floyd & The Story of Prog Rock”, “Ágætis byrjun” was ranked at number 27 in the list of “40 Cosmic Rock Albums”.

Personnel:

  • Jón Þór Birgisson– vocals, guitar
  • Kjartan Sveinsson– keyboard
  • Georg Hólm– bass
  • Ágúst Ævar Gunnarsson– drums

Track listing:

  1. Intro
  2. Svefn-g-englar
  3. Starálfur
  4. Flugufrelsarinn
  5. Ný batterí
  6. Hjartað hamast (bamm bamm bamm)
  7. Viðrar vel til loftárása
  8. Olsen Olsen
  9. Ágætis byrjun
  10. Avalon

 

On June 12, 1997.

On June 12, 1997, “Wind-up” label released “My Own Prison”, the debut Creed studio album. It was recorded in 1996, at “The Kitchen Studio” in Tallahassee, Florida, “Criteria Studios” in Miami, Florida, and was produced by John Kurzweg. The album was certified 3 x Platinum in Canada by “Music Canada”, and in 2002, 6 x Platinum in US by the “RIIA”, and is one of the 200 best selling albums of all time in US.

Personnel:

  • Scott Stapp- lead vocals, art direction
  • Mark Tremonti- guitar, backing vocals, art direction
  • Brian Marshall– bass, art direction
  • Scott Phillips– drums, art direction
  • John Kurzweg– keyboards, art direction
  • Mark Droescher – art direction, design
  • Daniel Tremonti – cover design, cover photography
  • Justin Brown – cover photography
  • Cece Wren, Judd Allison – additional photography
  • Jeff Hansen – executive producer
  • Recorded by John Kurzweg
  • Assisted by Chris Carrol
  • Digital engineeringby Andrew Roshberg
  • Assistant mix engineers – Fran Flannery, Ron Saint Germain
  • Masteredby Howie Weinberg

Track listing:

All tracks written by Scott Stapp and Mark Tremonti.

  1. Torn
  2. Ode
  3. My Own Prison
  4. Pity for a Dime
  5. In America
  6. Illusion
  7. Unforgiven
  8. Sister
  9. What’s This Life For
  10. One

 

On June 12, 1995.

On June 12, 1995, “Dischord Records” label released “Red Medicine”, the fourth Fugazi album. It was recorded January – February, 1995, at “Inner Ear Studios” in Arling,  Virginia, “Guilford House” in  Guilford, Connecticut,  and was produced by by Guy Picciotto, Ian MacKaye, Joe Lally, and Brendan Canty.

Personnel:

  • Ian MacKaye– guitar, vocals
  • Guy Picciotto– guitar, vocals
  • Joe Lally– bass, vocals
  • Brendan Canty– drums
  • Jem Cohen – cover art, photography
  • Joey P. – photography
  • Don Zientara – engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Guy Picciotto, Ian MacKaye, Joe Lally, and Brendan Canty.

  1. Do You Like Me
  2. Bed for the Scraping
  3. Latest Disgrace
  4. Birthday Pony
  5. Forensic Scene
  6. Combination Lock
  7. Fell, Destroyed
  8. By You
  9. Version
  10. Target
  11. Back to Base
  12. Downed City
  13. Long Distance Runner