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On August 29, 1987.

On August 29, 1987, “Virgin” label released “Sentimental Hygiene”, the sixth Warren Zevon studio album. It was recorded in 1987, at “Record One” in Los Angeles, “A&M Studios” in Hollywood, “Cheshire Sound Studios” in Atlanta, Georgia, and was produced by Warren Zevon, Niko Bolas, and Andrew Slater.

Personnel:

  • Warren Zevon – vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, bass guitar, piano, keyboards, emulator
  • Bob Dylan– harmonica
  • Neil Young– lead guitar
  • Mike Campbell– guitar
  • Peter Buck– guitar
  • Rick Richards– guitar
  • Waddy Wachtel– acoustic guitar
  • Brian Setzer– lead guitar
  • Jai Winding – keyboards
  • Leland Sklar– bass guitar
  • Mike Mills– bass guitar
  • Jorge Calderón– bass guitar, harmony
  • Flea– bass guitar
  • Tony Levin– bass guitar
  • Darius Degher – sitar
  • Amp Fiddler– keyboards
  • DeWayne “Blackbyrd” McKnight– guitar
  • David Lindley– lap steel guitar, bowed saz
  • Stan Lynch– harmony
  • Don Henley– harmony
  • Michael Stipe– harmony
  • Jennifer Warnes– harmony
  • Bill Berry– drums
  • Craig Krampf– drums
  • Will Alexander, Brian Bell – computer programming
  • Niko Bolas, George Clinton, Larry Ferguson – arranger
  • Willie Alexander, Brian Bell – programming, computers
  • Duncan Aldrich, Niko Bolas, Richard Bosworth – engineer
  • Richard Cottrell, Richard Landers, Bob Levy, Mark McKenna, Dan Nash, Bob Vogt – assistant engineer
  • Niko Bolas, Larry Ferguson, Shelly Yakus – mixing
  • Stephen Marcussen – mastering
  • Jeffrey Kent Ayeroff, Margo Chase – art direction
  • Herb Ritts – cover photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Warren Zevon, except where noted.

  1. Sentimental Hygiene
  2. Boom Boom Mancini
  3. The Factory
  4. Trouble Waiting to Happen – J. D. Southe, Warren Zevon
  5. Reconsider Me
  6. Detox Mansion – Jorge Calderon, Warren Zevon
  7. Bad Karma
  8. Even a Dog Can Shake Hands – Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills, Warren Zevon
  9. The Heartache
  10. Leave My Monkey Alone

On January 19, 2018.

On January 19, 2018, “Columbia” label released “Ruins”, the fourth First Aid Kit studio album. It was recorded in 2017, at “Flora Recording & Playback” in Portland, Orgeon, and was produced by Tucker Martine.

Personnel:

  • Johanna Söderberg – vocals, keyboards, autoharp, bass guitar
  • Klara Söderberg – vocals, guitar
  • Eli Moore – choir, dulcimer, acoustic and electric guitar, piano, pump organ
  • Peter Buck – acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin
  • Tucker Martine – choir, drums, percussion, tambourine, noise, engineer
  • Glenn Kotche – drums, percussion
  • Steve Moore – choir, keyboards, marxophone, melodica, organ, piano, synthesizer, trombone
  • Benkt Söderberg – choir, electric guitar
  • McKenzie Smith – choir, drums, percussion
  • Justin Chase – choir, keyboards
  • Melvin Duffy – pedal steel
  • Paul Brainard – trumpet
  • Anna Fritz – cello
  • Eyvind Kang – viola
  • Kyleen King – viola
  • Patti King – violin
  • Isak Söderberg – choir
  • Anna Söderberg – choir
  • Michael Finn – choir
  • Laura Veirs – choir
  • Mikael Tot – choir
  • Eric Boulanger – mastering
  • EE Storey – design, layout
  • Lauren Dukoff – photography
  • Jason Quigley – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Klara Söderberg and Johanna Söderberg.

  1. Rebel Heart
  2. It’s a Shame
  3. Fireworks
  4. Postcard
  5. To Live a Life
  6. My Wild Sweet Love
  7. Distant Star
  8. Ruins
  9. Hem of Her Dress
  10. Nothing Has to Be True

On August 3, 1992.

On August 3, 1992, “Rockville” label released “March 16–20, 1992”, the third Uncle Tupelo studio album. It was recorded March 16–20, 1992, at “John Keane Studios” in Athens, Georgia, and was produced by Peter Buck.

Personnel:

  • Jay Farrar– vocals, bass guitar, guitar, 12 string guitar, harmonica
  • Jeff Tweedy– vocals, bass guitar, guitar, 12 string guitar
  • Mike Heidorn– drums, cymbals, tambourine
  • Brian Henneman– banjo, bouzouki, guitar, mandolin, slide guitar
  • John Keane– banjo, bass guitar, guitar, pedal steel guitar, steel guitar, engineering, mixing
  • Peter Buck– feedback
  • David Barbe– bass guitar, engineering
  • Andy Carlson – violin
  • Billy Holmes – accordion

Track listing:

  1. Grindstone – Jay Farrar
  2. Coalminers – traditional
  3. Wait Up – Jeff Tweedy
  4. Criminals – Jay Farrar
  5. Shaky Ground – Jay Farrar
  6. Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down – traditional
  7. Black Eye – Jeff Tweedy
  8. Moonshiner – traditional
  9. I Wish My Baby Was Born – traditional
  10. Atomic Power – Louvin, Louvin, Bain
  11. Lilli Schull – traditional
  12. Warfare – traditional
  13. Fatal Wound – Jeff Tweedy
  14. Sandusky – Jay Farrar, Jeff Tweedy
  15. Wipe The Clock – Jay Farrar

 

On January 14, 2011.

On January 14, 2011, “Capitol” label released “The King Is Dead”, the sixth  Decemberists album. It was recorded in 2010, at “Pendarvis Farm” in Portland, Oregon, and was produced by Tucker Martine.

Personnel:

  • Colin Meloy– vocals, acoustic , 12-string,  baritone and tenor guitar, harmonica, pump organ, percussion
  • Chris Funk– pedal steel, electric guitar,  banjo, bouzouki
  • Jenny Conlee–   piano,  organ,  accordion, Wurlitzer
  • Nate Query– bass guitar, cello
  • John Moen– drums, tambourine, shaker, percussion, backing vocals
  • Peter Buck– mandolin, 12-string electric, electric and baritone guitar
  • David Rawlings– backing vocals
  • Gillian Welch– backing vocals
  • Laura Veirs– backing vocals
  • Annalisa Tornfelt – violin
  • Tucker Martine– tambourine, recording, mixing
  • Stephen Marcussen – mastering
  • Rich Hipp, Clinton Welander – assistant engineer
  • Jeri Heiden for SMOG Design, Inc. – design
  • Carson Ellis – illustration, lettering
  • Autumn de Wilde – photography

Track listing:

All songs by Colin Meloy.

  1. Don’t Carry it All
  2. Calamity Song
  3. Rise to Me
  4. Rox in the Box
  5. January Hymn
  6. Down by the Water
  7. All Arise!
  8. June Hymn
  9. This is the Way We Fight
  10. Dear Avery

In November 1985.

In November 1985, “Blanco y Negro” and “Warner Bros” labels released the self-titled, debut Dream Academy album. It was recorded in 1984, and was produced by David Gilmour, Nick Laird-Clowes, George Nicholson, Gary Langan and Alan Tarney.

Personnel:

  • Gilbert Gabriel- vocals, keyboards
  • Nick Laird-Clowes- vocals, guitars, harmonica
  • Kate St. John- piano, tenor saxophone, oboe, cor anglais, accordion, piano-accordion
  • Gary Barnacle- tenor saxophone
  • Dave DeFries – trumpet
  • Peter Buck, David Gilmour- guitars
  • Greg Dechert – Hammond organ
  • Mickey Feat, Pino Palladino, Guy Pratt– bass
  • Chucho Merchan- double bass
  • Tony Beard, Bosco DeOliveira, Luís Jardim, Ben Hoffnung, Jake LeMesurier, Dave Mattacks- drums, various percussion

Track listing:

  1. Life in a Northern Town – Nick Laird-Clowes, Gabriel
  2. The Edge of Forever – Nick Laird-Clowes, Gabriel
  3. (Johnny) New Light – Nick Laird-Clowes, Gabriel
  4. In Places on the Run – Nick Laird-Clowes, Gabriel
  5. This World – Nick Laird-Clowes, Gabriel
  6. Bound to Be – Nick Laird-Clowes, Gabriel
  7. Moving On – Nick Laird-Clowes, Gabriel
  8. The Love Parade – Nick Laird-Clowes, Gabriel
  9. The Party – Nick Laird-Clowes
  10. One Dream – Nick Laird-Clowes

On August 11, 1998.

On August 11, 1998, “Matador” label released “Whitechocolatespaceegg”, the third Liz Phair studio album. It was recorded 1996 – 1998, and was produced by Jason Chasko, Scott Litt, Liz Phair and Brad Wood.

Personnel:

  • Liz Phair – vocals, guitar, piano, art direction
  • Leroy Bach– acoustic bass
  • Scott Bennett – organ, bass, drums
  • Bill Berry– bongos
  • Peter Buck– guitar
  • Jason Chasko – bass, guitar, piano, drums, background vocals
  • Nathan December – guitar, electric guitar
  • Tommy Furar – bass
  • John Hiler – organ, piano, keyboards, background vocals
  • Scott Litt– acoustic guitar, bass, harmonica, violin, drums, keyboards, background vocals
  • Scott McCaughey– guitar
  • Mike Mills– bass
  • Troy Niedhart – accordion
  • Ed Tinley – guitar, clapping
  • Randy Wilson – keyboards
  • Brad Wood– organ, bass, guitar, drums, keyboards, background vocals, clapping, drum machine
  • John Hiler, Liquid Grooves, Chris Sabold, David Schiffman, Ed Tinley, Brad Wood – engineers
  • Victor Janacua, Matt Judah, Brad Kopplin, Julie Last, Chris Sabold, Al Sanderson, David Schiffman – assistant engineers
  • Victor Janacua, Tom Lord-Alge, Brad Wood – mixing
  • Ted Jensen, Katrin Thomas – mastering
  • John Hiler, Randy Wilson – programming
  • Liquid Grooves – loops
  • Scott Litt – treatments
  • Frank Longo, Jon Mathias, Mark O – art direction .

Track listing:

All tracks by Liz Phair, except where noted.

  1. White Chocolate Space Egg – Jason Chasko, Liz Phair, Doug Stoley
  2. Big Tall Man – Jason Chasko, Liz Phair
  3. Perfect World
  4. Johnny Feelgood
  5. Polyester Bride
  6. Love Is Nothing
  7. Baby Got Going – Scott Litt, Liz Phair
  8. Uncle Alvarez
  9. Only Son
  10. Go on Ahead
  11. Headache
  12. Ride
  13. What Makes You Happy
  14. Fantasize
  15. Shitloads of Money
  16. Girl’s Room

On October 3, 2006.

On October 3, 2006, “Yep Roc” label released “Olé! Tarantula”, the fifteenth Robyn Hitchcock studio album. It was recorded in 2006, and was produced by Kurt Bloch. The cover image and internal cartoons were drawn by Roby Hitchcock.

Personnel:

  • Robyn Hitchcock – vocals, guitar, piano
  • Peter Buck – guitar, bass
  • Scott McCaughey – guitar, bass, keyboards
  • Bill Rieflin – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Robyn Hitchcock, except where noted.

  1. Adventure Rocket Ship
  2. Underground Sun
  3. Museum of Sex
  4. Belltown Ramble
  5. Olé! Tarantula
  6. (A Man’s Gotta Know His Limitations) Briggs
  7. Red Locust Frenzy
  8. ‘Cause It’s Love (Saint Parallelogram) – lyrics:by Robyn Hitchcock; music by Robyn Hitchcock, Andy Partridge
  9. The Authority Box
  10. Y. Doll

On October 26, 1998.

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On October 26, 1998, “Warner Bros” label released “Up”, the eleventh R.E.M. studio album. It was recorded January–July 1998, and was produced by Pat McCarthy and R.E.M. It was the band’s first album without original drummer Bill Berry, who left the group in October 1997.

Personnel:

  • Peter Buck– guitar, bass guitar, keyboards, percussion
  • Mike Mills– bass, keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
  • Michael Stipe– lead vocals, guitar
  • Barrett Martin– percussion
  • Scott McCaughey– keyboards, percussion
  • Joey Waronker– drums, percussion
  • Nigel Godrich– engineering

Track listing:

All tracks by Peter Buck, Mike Mills and Michael Stipe, except where noted.

  1. Airportman
  2. Lotus
  3. Suspicion
  4. Hope – Leonard Cohen, Peter Buck, Mike Mills, Michael Stipe
  5. At My Most Beautiful
  6. The Apologist
  7. Sad Professor
  8. You’re in the Air
  9. Walk Unafraid
  10. Why Not Smile
  11. Daysleeper
  12. Diminished
  13. Parakeet
  14. Falls to Climb

 

On October 5, 2012.

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On October 5, 2012, “Mississippi” label released the debut self-titled Peter Buck solo album. It was recorded in 2012, and was produced by Peter Buck.

Personnel:

  • Peter Buck– guitar, piano, vocals
  • Jenny Conlee– percussion
  • Lenny Kaye– guitar
  • Scott McCaughey– vocals, guitar
  • Mike Mills– vocals, bass guitar
  • Bill Rieflin– drums
  • Corin Tucker– vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Peter Buck

  1. 10 Million BC
  2. It’s Alright
  3. Some Kind of Velvet Sunday Morning
  4. Travel Without Arriving
  5. Migraine
  6. Give Me Back My Wig
  7. Nothing Matters
  8. So Long Johnny
  9. V.M.F.
  10. Nothing Means Nothing
  11. Hard Old World
  12. Nowhere No Way
  13. Vaso Loco
  14. I’m Alive

On October 2, 1984.

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On October 2, 1984, “Twin / Tone Records” label released “Let It Be” the third Replacements studio album. It was recorded August 1983 – February 1984, at “Blackberry Way Studios” in Minneapolis, and was produced by Steve Fjelstad, Peter Jesperso and Paul Westerberg. In 2003 “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked “Let it Be” at number 239 on its list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”. The album opening track “I Will Dare” has been inducted in the “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll”.

Personnel:

  • Chris Mars– drums, vocals
  • Bob Stinson– lead guitar
  • Tommy Stinson– bass guitar
  • Paul Westerberg– lead vocals, rhythm guitar, piano, mandolin, lapsteel
  • Peter Buck– guitar solo
  • Chan Poling– piano

Track listing:

  1. I Will Dare – Paul Westerberg
  2. Favorite Thing – Paul Westerberg,Tommy Stinson, Bob Stinson, Chris Mars
  3. We’re Comin’ Out – Paul Westerberg,Tommy Stinson, Bob Stinson, Chris Mars
  4. Tommy Gets His Tonsils Out – Paul Westerberg,Tommy Stinson, Bob Stinson, Chris Mars
  5. Androgynous – Paul Westerberg
  6. Black Diamond – Paul Stanley
  7. Unsatisfied – Paul Westerberg
  8. Seen Your Video – Paul Westerberg
  9. Gary’s Got a Boner – Paul Westerberg,Tommy Stinson, Bob Stinson, Chris Mars
  10. Sixteen Blue – Paul Westerberg
  11. Answering Machine – Paul Westerberg