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On May 16, 2011.

On May 16, 2011, “Parlophone / EMI / Lex / Third Man” labels released “Rome”, album by Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi. It was recorded in 2006 – 2011, at “Forum Studios”, and was produced by Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi. The album was inspired by the music from spaghetti westerns.

Personnel:

  • Danger Mouse – arrangements, mixing
  • Daniele Luppi – arrangements, mixing, orchestra, and choir conductor
  • Gegè Munari – drums, percussion
  • Dario Rosciglione – upright and electric bass
  • Luciano Ciccaglioni – acoustic and electric guitars
  • Antonello Vannucchi – celesta, harpsichord, organ, piano
  • Roberto Podio – percussion
  • Gilda Buttà– celesta, harpsichord
  • Cantori Moderni – choir
  • Edda Dell’Orso- soprano vocals
  • Jack White, Norah Jones– vocals
  • Fabio Patrignani – engineer, mixing

Track listing:

All tracks by Daniele Luppi and Brian Burton.

  1. Theme of Rome
  2. The Rose with the Broken Neck – lyrics by Jack White
  3. Morning Fog (interlude)
  4. Seasons Trees – lyrics by B. Burton
  5. Her Hollow Ways (interlude)
  6. Roman Blue
  7. Two Against One – lyrics by Jack White
  8. The Gambling Priest
  9. The World (interlude)
  10. Black – B. Burton
  11. The Matador Has Fallen
  12. Morning Fog
  13. Problem Queen – lyrics by B. Burton
  14. Her Hollow Ways
  15. The World – lyrics by Jack White

 

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On May 16, 2008.

On May 16, 2008, “Columbia” label released “We Started Nothing”, the debut The Ting Tings studio album. It was recorded 2007 – 2008, at Salford, Greater Manchester, and was produced by Jules De Martino.

Personnel:

  • Katie White– vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Jules De Martino– vocals, drums, guitar, bass, keyboards
  • Dave Sardy– mixing
  • Matt Irwin, Denis Kleiman – band photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Jules De Martino and Katie White.

  1. Great DJ
  2. That’s Not My Name
  3. Fruit Machine
  4. Traffic Light
  5. Shut Up and Let Me Go
  6. Keep Your Head
  7. Be the One
  8. We Walk
  9. Impacilla Carpisung
  10. We Started Nothing

 

On May 16, 2005.

On May 16, 2005, “Warp Records” label released “A Certain Trigger”, the debut  Maxïmo Park studio album. It was recorded in 2004, at “Eastcote Studios” and “2khz Studios” in London, and was produced by Paul Epworth.

Personnel:

  • Paul Smith – vocals
  • Duncan Lloyd– guitar
  • Lukas Wooller– keyboards
  • Tom English – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Duncan Lloyd and Paul Smith, except where noted.

  1. Signal and Sign
  2. Apply Some Pressure
  3. Graffiti
  4. Postcard of a Painting
  5. Going Missing
  6. I Want You to Stay – Lukas Wooller, Paul Smith
  7. Limassol – Archis Tiku, Paul Smith
  8. The Coast Is Always Changing
  9. The Night I Lost My Head – Paul Smith
  10. Once, a Glimpse
  11. Now I’m All Over the Shop
  12. Acrobat – Lukas Wooller, Paul Smith
  13. Kiss You Better – Paul Smith

 

On May 16, 2014.

On May 16, 2014, “Parlaphone” label released “Ghost Stories”, the sixth Coldplay studio album. It was recorded 2013-2014 at “The Bakery and “The Beehive “in London, and was produced by Avicii, Paul Epworth, Daniel Green, Jon Hopkins, Rik Simpson, Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion and Chris Martin.

Personnel:

  • Guy Berryman- bass guitar, synthesizer, piano
  • Jonny Buckland- electric guitar, slide guitar, synthesizer, piano
  • Will Champion- drum pad, percussion, reactable, backing vocals
  • Chris Martin- lead vocals, acoustic guitar, piano, synthesizer
  • Timbaland– extra drums
  • Apple Martin, Moses Martin, Mabel Krichefski – additional vocals
  • John Metcalfe – strings arrangement, conductor
  • Davide Rossi– individual arrangement and strings
  • Tim Bergling(Avicii) – piano
  • Mila Fürstová – artwork
  • Tappin Gofton – design, art direction
  • Phil Harvey– photography
  • Daniel Green – mixing
  • Rik Simpson– mixing
  • Jon Hopkins– extra magic
  • Mark “Spike” Stent– mixing
  • Geoff Swan – assistant
  • Mike Dean– extra magic
  • Madeon– extra magic
  • Ted Jensen– mastering
  • Olga Fitzroy – engineering
  • Matt Wiggins – engineering
  • Jaime Sickora – engineering
  • Chris Owens – engineering
  • Joe Visciano – engineering
  • Tom Bailey – additional studio assistance
  • Fiona Cruickshank – additional studio assistance
  • Nicolas Essig – additional studio assistance
  • Jeff Gartenbaum – additional studio assistance
  • Christian Green – additional studio assistance
  • Joseph Hartwell Jones – additional studio assistance
  • Pablo Hernandez – additional studio assistance
  • Neil Lambert – additional studio assistance
  • Matt McGinn – additional studio assistance
  • Adam Miller – additional studio assistance
  • Roxy Pope – additional studio assistance
  • John Prestage – additional studio assistance
  • Bill Rahko – additional studio assistance
  • Kyle Stevens – additional studio assistance

Track listing:

All tracks by Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland, Will Champion, and Chris Martin, except A Sky Full of Stars co-written by Tim Bergling.

  1. Always in My Head
  2. Magic
  3. Ink
  4. True Love
  5. Midnight
  6. Another’s Arm
  7. Oceans
  8. A Sky Full of Stars
  9. O (Fly On)

 

 

On May 16, 2000.

NYC Ghosts

On May 16, 2000, “DGC” label released “NYC Ghosts & Flowers”, the eleventh Sonic Youth studio album. It was recorded August 1999 – February 2000, in New York City, and was produced by Sonic Youth and Jim O’Rourke.

Personnel:

  • Thurston Moore– uncredited performing
  • Lee Ranaldo– uncredited performing, sleeve photography
  • Steve Shelley– uncredited performing
  • Kim Gordon– uncredited performing, sleeve illustration (Girl Drawing, 2000)
  • Rafael Toral – Spacestatic guitar
  • Jim O’Rourke– bass guitar, electronics, production, additional recording, additional mixing
  • William Winant – percussion
  • Wharton Tiers– recording
  • Greg Calbi– mastering
  • Frank Olinsky – sleeve art direction
  • Dan Graham – sleeve artwork (video still from Rock My Religion, 1980)
  • A. Levy – sleeve spiral drawing (1967)
  • Joe Brainard – sleeve painting (Flower Painting IV, 1967)
  • Robert Mooney – sleeve painting (untitled, 1992)
  • William S. Burroughs– sleeve painting (X-Ray Man, 1992)

Track listing:

  1. Free City Rhymes – Thurston Moore
  2. Renegade Princess – Thurston Moore, Gordon Ranaldo
  3. Nevermind – Kim Gordon
  4. Small Flowers Crack Concrete – Thurston Moore, Kim Gordon, Lee Ranaldo
  5. Side2Side – Kim Gordon
  6. StreamXSonik Subway – Thurston Moore
  7. NYC Ghosts & Flowers – Lee Ranaldo
  8. Lightning – Kim Gordon

On May 16, 2000.

PearlJam-Binaural

On May 16, 2000, “Epic” label released “Binaural”, the sixth Pearl Jam studio album. It was recorded September 1999 – January 2000, at “Studio Litho” in Seattle,Washington, and was produced by Tchad Blake and Pearl Jam. The album was certified Gold in the US by “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Eddie Vedder– lead vocals, rhythm guitar, ukulele, album concept
  • Jeff Ament– bass guitar, upright bass, inside photography
  • Matt Cameron– drums
  • Stone Gossard– rhythm guitar
  • Mike McCready– lead guitar
  • Matt Bayles– engineering
  • Tchad Blake–  mixing, portraits
  • Liz Burns – assistance with NASAphotos
  • April Cameron – viola
  • Dakota – canine vocal
  • Justine Foy – cello
  • Mitchell Froom– keyboard, harmonium
  • P. Handron, R. O’Dell, NASA – inside cover
  • Hester, P. Scowen, NASA – booklet cover
  • Wendy Melvoin– percussion
  • Brendan O’Brien– mixing
  • Pearl Jam – production
  • Sahai, J. Trauger, WFPC2 science team, NASA – front cover
  • Adam Samuels, Ashley Stubbert – second engineers
  • Pete Thomas – percussion

Track listing:

  1. Breakerfall – Eddie Vedder
  2. God’s Dice – Jeff Ament
  3. Evacuation – Eddie Vedder, Matt Cameron
  4. Light Years – Stone Gossard, Mike McCready, Eddie Vedder
  5. Nothing as It Seems – Jeff Ament
  6. Thin Air – Stone Gossard
  7. Insignificance – Eddie Vedder
  8. Of the Girl – Stone Gossard
  9. Grievance – Eddie Vedder
  10. Rival – Stone Gossard
  11. Sleight of hand – Eddie Vedder, Jeff Ament
  12. Soon Forget – Eddie Vedder
  13. Parting Ways – Eddie Vedder

 

On May 16, 1989.

Blind_Man's_Zoo

On May 16, 1989, “Elektra” label released “Blind Man’s Zoo”, the fourth 10,000 Maniacs  studio album. It was recorded November 1988–March 1989, at “Dreamland Recording Studio” in West Hurley, New York, and was produced by Peter Asher.

Personnel:

  • Jerome Augustyniak– drums
  • Robert Buck– electric guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Dennis Drew– organ, piano
  • Steve Gustafson– bass guitar
  • Natalie Merchant– vocals, piano, pipe organ
  • Jevetta Steele– backing vocals
  • Jason Osborn – arrangement, orchestral direction
  • Krista Bennion Feeney – first violin
  • Mitsuru Tsubota – second violin
  • Louise Schulman – viola
  • Myron Lutzke – cello
  • Dennis Godburn – bassoon
  • Robert Wolinsky – harpsichord
  • Scott Kuney – classical guitar
  • Frank Luther – double bass
  • Frank Filipetti– engineer
  • Dave Cook, Dennice Brown, Jeff Abikzer – engineer (assistant)

Track listing:

All tracks by Natalie Merchant except as noted.

  1. Eat for Two
  2. Please Forgive Us – Robert Buck, Natalie Merchant
  3. The Big Parade – Jerome Augustyniak, Natalie Merchant
  4. Trouble Me – Dennis Drew, Natalie Merchant
  5. You Happy Puppet – Robert Buck, Natalie Merchant
  6. Headstrong
  7. Poison in the Well – Dennis Drew, Natalie Merchant
  8. Dust Bowl – Robert Buck, Natalie Merchant
  9. The Lion’s Share – Dennis Drew, Natalie Merchant
  10. Hateful Hate
  11. Jubilee