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On March 19, 2013.

On March 19, 2013, “Sub Pop” label released “The Invisible Way” the tenth Low album. It was recorded in 2012, at Wilco’s studio in Chicago, and was produced by Jeff Tweedy.


  • Alan Sparhawk – vocals, guitar
  • Steve Garrington – bass, keyboards
  • Mimi Parker – vocals, drums
  • Tom Schick – engineer
  • Mark Greenberg – engineer assistant
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • Jeff Kleinsmith – art direction
  • Ryan Lemahleu – package artwork

All tracks by Alan Sparhawk, Steve Garrington and Mimi Parker.

  1. Plastic Cup
  2. Amethyst
  3. So Blue
  4. Holy Ghost
  5. Waiting
  6. Clarence White
  7. Four Score
  8. Just Make It Stop
  9. Mother
  10. On My Own
  11. To Our Knees

On May 8, 2001.

On May 8, 2001, “Beggars Banquet” label released “Field Songs”, the fifth Mark Lanegan album. It was recorded in 2001, at “Jupiter Studios” in Alliance, Ohio,    “Robert Lang Studios” in Shoreline, Washington, “Sound City Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by John Angello and Martin Feveyear.


  • Mark Lanegan– vocals, guitar
  • John Agnello – recorder, vocals, mastering, mixing
  • Mark Boquist – drums
  • Allen Davis – acoustic guitar, bass
  • Martin Feveyear– vocals, Hammond organ, recorder, mastering, mixing
  • Chris Goss– vocals, synthesizer
  • Mark Hoyt – vocals
  • Mike Johnson- acoustic guitar and electric guitar, Wurlitzer organ, piano, background vocals
  • Marek – piano
  • Duff McKagan- drums, Fender Rhodes
  • Wendy Rae Fowler- vocals
  • Brett Netson – acoustic guitar
  • Keni Richards – piano, drums, mellotron
  • Bill Rieflin- drums
  • Ben Shepherd– vocals, acoustic, lap steel and electric guitar, bass, piano
  • Chris Strother – photography

 Track listing:

All tracks by Mark Lanegan except where noted.

  1. One Way Street
  2. No Easy Action
  3. Miracle
  4. Pill Hill Serenade
  5. Don’t Forget Me
  6. Kimiko’s Dream House – Jeffrey Lee Pierce, Mark Lanegan
  7. Resurrection Song
  8. Field Song
  9. Low
  10. Blues for D – Mark Lanegan, Ben Shepherd
  11. She Done Too Much
  12. Fix

On October 22, 2002.

On October 22, 2002, “Roswell” and “RCA” labels released “One by One”, the fourth Foo Fighters studio album. It was recorded April – May 2002, at “Studio 606” in Alexandria, Virginia, and was produced by Adam Kasper, Nick Raskulinecz, Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel, Taylor Hawkins and Chris Shiflett.


  • Dave Grohl– lead and backing vocals, lead and rhythm guitar, piano
  • Nate Mendel– bass
  • Taylor Hawkins– lead vocal, drums, percussion
  • Chris Shiflett– lead vocals, lead and rhythm guitar
  • Brian May– guitar
  • Krist Novoselic– backing vocals
  • Gregg Bissonette– drums
  • Nick Raskulinecz – engineer
  • Jim Scott– mixing
  • J. Lara – mastering
  • Bob Ludwig– mastering, mixing
  • Bob Michaels – mastering
  • Melinda Pepler – production coordinator
  • J. Lara – digital editing
  • Eddie Escalante – authoring
  • Kehni Davis – quality control
  • Rupesh Pattni – graphic design
  • Anton Corbijn– photography
  • Joshua White – photography, illustrations
  • Raymond Pettibon– artwork, illustrations
  • Hiro Arishima – liner notes

Track listing:

All tracks by Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel and Chris Shiflett, except where noted.

  1. All My Life
  2. Low
  3. Have It All
  4. Times Like These
  5. Disenchanted Lullaby
  6. Tired of You
  7. Halo
  8. Lonely As You
  9. Overdrive
  10. Burn Away
  11. Come Back

On March 30, 2007.

On March 30, 2007, “Eleven” label released “Young Modern”, the fifth and the final Silverchair album. It was recorded April – November 2008, at “Seedy Underbelly Studios” in Los Angeles, “Metalworks Studios” Mississauga, Canada, and was produced by Daniel Johns and Nick Launay.


  • Daniel Johns– vocals, guitar
  • Ben Gillies– drums
  • Chris Joannou– bass guitar
  • Matt Appleton – brass
  • Alain Johannes– slide guitar
  • Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Michelle Rose – pedal steel guitar
  • Paul Mac– keyboards, programming
  • Yonathan Garfias – guitar
  • Elysa Gomez, Nayo Wallace– backing vocals
  • Luke Steele– guitar, backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Daniel Johns, except where noted.

  1. Young Modern Station – Daniel Johns, Julian Hamilton)
  2. Straight Lines – Daniel Johns, Julian Hamilton
  3. If You Keep Losing Sleep
  4. Reflections of a Sound
  5. Those Thieving Birds (Part 1) / Strange Behaviour / Those Thieving Birds (Part 2)
  6. The Man That Knew Too Much
  7. Waiting All Day – Daniel Johns, Julian Hamilton
  8. Mind Reader – Daniel Johns, Julian Hamilton
  9. Low
  10. Insomnia
  11. All Across the World


On March 12, 1991.


On March 12, 1991, “Warner Bros” label released “Out of Time”, the seventh R.E.M. studio album. It was recorded in September 1990, at “Bearsville Studios” in New York, “John Keane Studios”, “Soundscape Studios” in Atlanta, Georgia, “Prince’s Paisley Park Studios” in Chanhassen, Minnesota, and was produced by Scott Litt , Michael Stipe, Peter Buck, Mike Mills and Bill Berry. “ In 1992, the album won three “Grammy Awards” – “Best Alternative Music Album”, and two for the first single, “Losing My Religion.” It was certified Platinum in US by “RIAA”.


  • Michael Stipe- lead and backing vocals, bass melodica and arrangement, packaging, photography
  • Peter Buck- electric and acoustic guitars, mandolin
  • Mike Mills- bass guitar, lead and backing vocals, organ,  piano , harpsichord, percussion, keyboards
  • Bill Berry- drum, percussion, congas, bass guitar, piano, backing vocals
  • David Arenz, Ellie Arenz, David Braitberg, Dave Kempers – violin
  • Mark Bingham– string arrangements
  • Andrew Cox , Elizabeth Murphy – cello
  • Reid Harris – viola
  • Peter Holsapple– bass guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Ralph Jones – double bass
  • Kidd Jordan– baritone saxophone, tenor saxophone, alto saxophone, bass clarinet
  • John Keane– pedal steel guitar
  • KRS-One– rapping
  • Scott Litt– echo-loop feed
  • Paul Murphy – lead viola
  • Kate Pierson– vocals
  • Jay Weigel– orchestral liaison
  • Cecil Welch – flugelhorn
  • Ben Katchor, Ed Rogers – illustrations
  • Tom Recchion – packaging
  • Karina Santo, Doug Starn, Mike Starn, Frank Ockenfels – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills and Michael Stipe.

  1. Radio Song
  2. Losing My Religion
  3. Low
  4. Near Wild Heaven
  5. Endgame
  6. Shiny Happy People
  7. Belong
  8. Half a World Away
  9. Texarkana
  10. Country Feedback
  11. Me in Honey



On January 14, 1977.


On January 14, 1977, “RCA” label released “Low”, the eleventh David Bowie album, the first of three collaborations with Brian Eno termed the “Berlin Trilogy”.  It was recorded in September and October 1976, at the “Château d’Hérouville” in Hérouville and “Hansa Studio by the Wall?”, West Berlin, and was produced by Tony Visconti and David Bowie.


  • David Bowie– vocals, saxophones, guitar, pump bass,  harmonica, vibraphone, xylophone, pre-arranged percussion, keyboards: ARP synthesiser, Chamberlin
  • Brian Eno– keyboards: Minimoog, ARP, EMS Synthi AKS, piano, , other synthesisers, vocals, guitar treatments, synthetics “instruments”
  • Carlos Alomar– rhythm guitars, guitar
  • Dennis Davis– percussion
  • George Murray– bass
  • Ricky Gardiner– rhythm guitar, guitar
  • Roy Young– pianos, Farfisa organ
  • Iggy Pop– backing vocals
  • Mary Visconti– backing vocals
  • Eduard Meyer – cellos
  • Peter Robinson and Paul Buckmaster  – pianos and ARP

Track listing:

All tracks by David Bowie, except where noted.

  1. Speed of Life
  2. Breaking Glass – David Bowie, Dennis Davis, George Murray
  3. What in the World
  4. Sound and Vision
  5. Always Crashing in the Same Car
  6. Be My Wife
  7. A New Career in a New Town
  8. Warszawa – Brian Eno, David Bowie
  9. Art Decade
  10. Weeping Wall
  11. Subterraneans


On October 14, 1977.


On October 14, 1977, “RCA” label released “Heroes” the twelfth David Bowie studio album. “Heroes” is the second album of Bowie’s “Berlin Trilogy” with Brian Eno. The other two releases are Low and Lodger”.  It was recorded July – August 1977, at the “Hansa Studio by the Wall” in West Berlin, and was produced by Bowie and Tony Visconti. “NME” magazine voted “Heroes” album of year 1977.


  • David Bowie– vocals, keyboards, guitars, saxophone, koto, backing vocals
  • Carlos Alomar– rhythm guitar
  • Dennis Davis– drums, percussionJoe the Lion,
  • George Murray– bass
  • Brian Eno– synthesisers, keyboards, guitar treatments
  • Robert Fripp– lead guitar
  • Tony Visconti– backing vocals
  • Antonia Maass – backing vocals

Track listing:

All compositions by David Bowie, except where noted.

  1. Beauty and the Beast
  2. Joe the Lion
  3. Heroes – David Bowie, Brian Eno
  4. Sons of the Silent Age
  5. Blackout
  6. V-2 Schneider
  7. Sense of Doubt
  8. Moss Garden
  9. Neukoln – David Bowie, Brian Eno
  10. The Secret Life of Arabia – David Bowie, Brian Eno, Carlos Alomar