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On September 7, 2008.

On September 7, 2008, “Fat Possum” label released “And Nothing Hurt”, the eighth Spiritualized studio album. It was recorded in 2008 and was produced by J. Spaceman.

Personnel:

  • Spaceman– Fender Thinline, Fender Jazzmaster, Gibson L-00, Fender Bass VI, Burns Sonic Bass, Gibson Firebird III, Farfisa, Vox Continental, Juno-60, Radioshack 100, harmonica, glockenspiel, mixing
  • Tony Foster – Gibson Black Beauty, Fender Jazzmaster, harmonica, Rickenbackerlap steel, Epiphone Batwing
  • James Stelfox– Fender Precision Bass, Fender Jazz Bass, Burns Sonic Bass, Fender Bass VI
  • Tom Edwards – percussion, timpani, vibraphone, glockenspiel
  • Lee Horsley – Hammond, piano, Vox Continental, Fender Rhodes, Farfisa Compact
  • Dave Richmond– orchestral bass, Burns Bison Bass
  • Scott Baylis – Roland Juno-106, Roland SH-01, Roland JU-06, Roli Seaboard
  • Jonny Aitken – drums
  • John Coxon – Gibson Firebird
  • Alan Wilkinson – saxophones
  • Kevin Brown – saxophones
  • Kevin Cunningham – trumpet
  • Stuart Haugh – trombone
  • Jim Walker – violin
  • Daniel Thomas – singing
  • Lena Wright – singing
  • Wendi Rose – singing
  • Travis Cole – singing
  • Alex Lamey – strings, horns
  • Adam Langston – strings, horns
  • Guy Massey – recording engineering
  • Tom Leach – recording engineering, assistant engineering
  • Misha Hering – recording engineering
  • Aaron Cupples– recording engineering
  • Iggy B – recording engineering
  • David Stanley – recording engineering
  • Shuta Shinoda – recording engineering
  • Darren Lawson – recording engineering
  • Oli Bayston– recording engineering
  • Emre Ramazanoglu – recording engineering
  • Armelle Pignon – assistant engineering
  • Ben McCluskey – assistant engineering
  • Josh Green – assistant engineering
  • Max Prior – assistant engineering
  • Tom Leach – assistant engineering
  • Noel Summerville – mastering engineering
  • Steve Mackey– further production, mixing
  • Darren Lawson – mixing
  • Farrow– design and art direction
  • Spaceman – design and art direction
  • Juliette Larthe – photography
  • Christina Dunlap – photography
  • Travis Waddell – photography
  • John Coxon – photography
  • Rich Good – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by J. Spaceman.

  1. A perfect Miracle
  2. I’m Your Man
  3. Here It Comes (The Road) Let’s Go
  4. Let’s Dance
  5. On the Sunshine
  6. Damaged
  7. The Morning After
  8. The Prize
  9. Sail on Through

On April 19, 2005.

On April 19, 2005, “The Leaf Label / Domino Recording Company” labels released “The Milk of Human Kindness”, the third Dan Snaith album, the first one under the pseudonym Caribou. It was recorded in 2005, and was produced by Dan Snaith.

Personnel:

  • Dan Snaith – synthesizer, drums, guitar, bass
  • Brad Laner – guitar
  • Noel Summerville – mastering
  • Richard Kenworthy – art direction

Track listing:

All tracks by Dan Snaith.

  1. Yeti
  2. Subotnick
  3. A Final Warning
  4. Lord Leopard
  5. Bees
  6. Hands First
  7. Hello Hammerheads
  8. Brahminy Kite
  9. Drumheller
  10. Pelican Narrows
  11. Barnowl

On February 5, 2014.

On February 5, 2014, “Heavenly” label released “Sun Structures”, the debut Temples studio album. It was recorded in 2013, at “Pyramid Studio” in Kettering,  Northamptonshire, and was produced by James Bagshaw.

Personnel:

  • James Bagshaw – lead vocals, lead guitar, mixing
  • Adam Smith – rhythm guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Thomas Warmsley – bass, backing vocals
  • Samuel Toms – drums
  • Claudius Mittendorfer – mixing
  • Noel Summerville – mastering
  • Thomas Caslin – design, layout
  • Zoë Maxwell – artwork, photography
  • Abbie Stephens – artwork, photography
  • Cerne Canning, James Sandom – management

Track listing:

  1. Shelter Song – James Bagshaw
  2. Sun Structures – Thomas Walmsley
  3. The Golden Throne – James Bagshaw
  4. Keep in the Dark – Thomas Walmsley
  5. Mesmerise – James Bagshaw
  6. Move With the Season – James Bagshaw, Thomas Walmsley
  7. Colours to Life – James Bagshaw, Thomas Walmsley
  8. A Question Isn’t Answered – James Bagshaw, Thomas Walmsley
  9. The Guesser – James Bagshaw
  10. Test of Time – James Bagshaw
  11. Sand Dance – Thomas Walmsley
  12. Fragment’s Light – James Bagshaw, Thomas Walmsley

On April 1, 2003.

Elephant

On April 1, 2003, “V2 Records” released “Elephant”, the fourth White Straps album. It was recorded November 2001 and April 2002, at “Toe Rag Studios” and “BBC Maida Vale Studios” in London, and was produced by Jack White.The album won “Grammy” awards for “Best Alternative Album” and “Best Rock Song” for the song “Seven Nation Army”. In 2003, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked the album at number 390, on its list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”. “Channel 4” ranked “Elephant”  at number 39, on its list of the “100 Greatest Albums of All Time”. In December 2003, “NME” magazine made it their “Album of the Year”.

Personnel:

  • Jack White– lead vocals, guitar, keyboards, mixing
  • Meg White– drums, backing vocals, lead vocals, co-lead vocals
  • Mort Crim– speech
  • Holly Golightly– co-lead vocals
  • Liam Watson– engineering, mixing
  • Noel Summerville – mastering
  • “The Third Man” – artwork
  • Patrick Pantano – photography
  • Bruce Brand – layout

Track listing:

All tracks by Jack White, except where noted.

  1. Seven Nation Army
  2. Black Math
  3. There’s No Home for You Here
  4. I Just Don’t Know What to Do with Myself – Burt Bacharach, Hal David
  5. In the Cold, Cold Night
  6. I Want to Be the Boy to Warm Your Mother’s Heart
  7. You’ve Got Her in Your Pocket
  8. Ball and Biscuit
  9. The Hardest Button to Button
  10. Little Acorns – Mort Crim, White
  11. Hypnotize
  12. The Air Near My Fingers
  13. Girl, You Have No Faith in Medicine
  14. Well It’s True That We Love One Another