On February 10, 2017, “Yep Roc” label released “Bobby Fuller Died for Your Sins”, the fourteenth Chuck Prophet album. It was recorded in 2016, at “Hyde Street Studios” in San Francisco, and was produced by Brad Jones, Paul Q. Kolderie, Chuck Prophet and Bill Wesemann.
- Chuck Prophet – vocals, guitar
- Kevin T White – bass
- Brad Jones – bass, harmonica, keyboards
- Stephanie Finch – vocals
- Jim Hoke – woodwind
- Paul Revelli, Prairie Prince, Vicente Rodriquez – drums
- James DePrato – guitar
- Matt Winegar – keyboards, bass, guitar
- Richard Dodd – mastering
All tracks by Chuck Prophet, except where noted.
- Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins – Chuck Prophet, klipschutz (Kurt Lipschutz)
- Your Skin
- Open Your Heart – Chuck Prophet, klipschutz (Kurt Lipschutz)
- Come Out in Code – Chuck Prophet, klipschutz (Kurt Lipschutz)
- Killing Machine – Chuck Prophet, klipschutz (Kurt Lipschutz)
- Bad Year for Rock and Roll – Chuck Prophet, klipschutz (Kurt Lipschutz)
- Jesus Was a Social Drinker
- In The Mausoleum (For Alan Vega) – Chuck Prophet, James DePrato, klipschutz (Kurt Lipschutz)
- Rider of the Train
- It Was Connie Britton
- Post-War Cinematic Dead Man Blues – Chuck Prophet, klipschutz (Kurt Lipschutz)
- We Got Up and Played
- Alex Nieto – Chuck Prophet, klipschutz (Kurt Lipschutz)
On August 9, 1997, “Sire”, “Warner Bros” and “4AD” labels released “Lovesongs”, the debut Tanya Donelly solo album. It was recorded in 1997, and was produced by Tanya Donelly, Wally Gagel and Gary Smith.
- Tanya Donelly– vocals, guitar, keyboards, arranger
- Dean Fisher – acoustic guitar, bass guitar, percussion, accordion, keyboards
- Wally Gagel – bass, percussion, keyboards, drum machine, arranger
- Rich Gilbert – guitar, accordion, bass, keyboards, saw
- Stacy Jones, David Lovering, David Narcizo– drums
- Hilken Mancini, Chris Toppin – background vocals
- Jonathan Williams – electric guitar
- Jesse Henderson, Suzanne Kapa, Kelly Wohlford – assistant engineers
- Wally Gagel, Paul Q. Kolderie, Sean Slade – mixing
- Dave Kirkpatrick – mixing assistant
- Brian Lee – mastering
- Carl Plaster – drum technician
- Chris Bigg – design
- Andrew Catlin – photography
All tracks by Tanya Donelly except where noted.
- Pretty Deep
- The Bright Light
- Landspeed Song
- Mysteries of the Unexplained
- Acrobat – Tanya Donelly, Dean Fisher
- Breathe Around You
- Goat Girl
On September 16, 2008, “Equal Vision” label released “Censored Colors”, the third Portugal The Man album. It w as recorded January 2008, and was produced by Kirk Huffman, Phillip Peterson, Paul Q. Kolderie and Adam Taylor.
- John Baldwin Gourley – vocals, guitar, organ, drum machines
- Zachary Carothers – bass guitar, backing vocals
- Jason Sechrist – drums, backing vocals
- Ryan Neighbors – organ, synthesizer, piano, vocals, Fender Rhodes
- Kirk Huffman – engineering
- Phillip Peterson – engineering, arranging
- Paul Q. Kolderie– mixing
- Adam Taylor – mixing
- Ian Kennedy – mastering
- Kirk Huffman – guitar, percussion, vocal
- Thomas Hunter – slide guitar
- Garrett Lunceford – percussion
- Victoria Parker – violin
- Aaron Perrino – vocals, moog synthesizer
- Zoe Manville – vocals
- Charles Peterson – shouts
- Philip Peterson – synthesizer, harmonica, percussion, trombone, trumpet, accordion, cello, harp, vocals
- Anthony Saffery – sitar
- Ryan Sollee – vocals
- Matt Clifford – slide guitar
All tracks by John Baldwin Gourley.
- Lay Me Back Down
- And I
- Out and In and In and Out
- New Orleans
- Never Pleased
- Never Pleased
- Hard Times
- Our Times
- All Mine
- Our Way
On August 9, 2005, ”Ye Olde Records” label released “Made in China”, the seventh Juliana Hatfield album. It was recorded in 2005, and was produced by Juliana Hatfield.
- Juliana Hatfield– vocals, guitars, bass, drums, photography, art work
- Joe Keefe – guitar
- Ben Smith, Ed Valauskas – bass
- Sebastian Keefe, Pete Caldes – drums
- Brian Brown, Paul Q. Kolderie – engineers, mixing
- Mastering: Greg Calbi
- Design: Mary Lynch
All tracks by Juliana Hatfield, except where noted.
- New Wall
- What Do I Care?
- Stay Awake – Juliana Hatfield, Joe Keefe
- On Video – Juliana Hatfield, Joe Keefe
- Hole in the Sky
- My Pet Lion
- Going Blonde
- Rats in the Atic
- Digital Penetration
- A Doe and Two Fawns
- Send Money
On October 31,1988, “SST Records” label released “Bug”, the third Dinosaur Jr.” album. It was recorded in 1988, and was produced by J Mascis. It was the last Dinosaur Jr. album with original bassist Lou Barlow until “Beyond” in 2007.
- J Mascis– vocals, guitar
- Lou Barlow– bass, vocals
- Murph– drums
- Sean Slade– engineering
- Paul Q. Kolderie– engineering
- Maura Jasper – cover art
All tracks by J Mascis.
- Freak Scene
- No Bones
- They Always Come
- Yeah We Know
- Let It Ride
- Pond Song
- The Post
On September 14, 1993, “Rykodisc” label released “Cure for Pain”, the second Morphine album. It was recorded in 1993, and was produced by Paul Q. Kolderie and Mark Sandman.
- Mark Sandman- 2-string slide bass; tritar; guitar; organ; lead vocals, recording, mixing
- Dana Colley- baritone saxophone; tenor saxophone; backing vocals.
- Jerome Deupree- drums.
- Billy Conway- drums; cocktail drum
- Jimmy Ryan– mandolin
- Ken Winokur – percussion
All tracks by Mark Sandman.
- I’m Free Now
- All Wrong
- A Head with Wings
- In Spite of Me
- Cure for Pain
- Mary Won’t You Call My Name?
- Let’s Take a Trip Together
- Miles Davis’ Funeral
On September 9, 1996, “Creation” label released “C’mon Kids”, the fifth Boo Radleys album. It was recorded January–February 1996, at “Rockfield Studios” in Wales, and was produced by Paul Q. Kolderie, Sean Slade and The Boo Radleys.
- Sice – vocals
- Rob Cieka – drums, percussion
- Tim Brown – bass guitar, keyboards
- Martin Carr – guitar, keyboards, vocals
All tracks by Martin Carr.
- C’mon Kids
- Meltin’s Worm
- Melodies for the Deaf (Colours for the Blind)
- Get on the Bus
- Everything Is Sorrow
- Bullfrog Green
- What’s in the Box? (See Whatcha Got)
- Four Saints
- New Brighton Promenade
- Fortunate Sons
- Ride the Tiger
- One Last Hurrah