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On March 27, 2001.

On March 27, 2001, “Columbia” label released “Drops of Jupiter”, the second Train album. It was recorded 1999-2000, and was produced by Brendan O’Brien. The album was certified 2× Platinum in the US by the “RIAA”, and 2x Platinum in Canada by the “CRIA: in Canada.

Personnel:

  • Pat Monahan- lead vocals, percussion, saxophone, trumpet, vibraphone
  • Jimmy Stafford – lead guitar, backing vocals, mandolin
  • Rob Hotchkiss- rhythm guitar, backing vocals, bass, harmonica
  • Charlie Colin – bass, backing vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Scott Underwood- drums, keyboards, percussion, programming
  • Paul Buckmaster- conductor, string arrangements, orchestral arrangements
  • Brendan O’Brien– keyboards
  • David Campbell- string arrangements
  • Carl Gorodetzky – violin, concert master, contractor
  • Suzie Katayama – cello, contractor
  • Chuck Leavell– piano
  • Michael Markman – violin
  • Bob Mason – cello
  • Fleming McWilliams- backing vocals
  • Dan Smith – cello
  • Kris Wilkinson – viola
  • Evan Wilson – viola
  • Tim Devine- A&R
  • Joel Zimmerman – art direction
  • Stephen Saper – authoring
  • Arnie Pustilnik – direction
  • David Bryant – engineer
  • Steve Churchyard– engineer
  • Nick DiDia– engineer
  • Ryan Williams – engineer
  • Karl Egsieker – assistant engineer
  • Steve Genewick – assistant engineer
  • Tony Hernandez – illustrations
  • Bob Ludwig– mastering
  • Ralf Strathmann – photography
  • Brendan O’Brien– mixing
  • Erin Haley – production coordination
  • Cheryl Mondello – production coordination

Track listing:

All tracks by Pat Monahan, Jimmy Stafford, Rob Hotchkiss, Charlie Colin and Scott Underwood.

  1. She’s on Fire
  2. I Wish You Would
  3. Drops of Jupiter
  4. It’s About You
  5. Hopeless
  6. Respect
  7. Let it Roll
  8. Something More
  9. Whipping Boy
  10. Getaway
  11. Mississippi
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In March 1987.

In March 1987, “EMI America” label released “Come as You Are”, the second Peter Wolf solo album. It was recorded 1986-1987, at “Syncro Sound” in Boston, and was produced by Peter Wolf and Eric Thorngren.

Personnel:

  • Peter Wolf – vocals, background vocals
  • Bobby Chouinard – drums
  • Jeff Golub- guitar
  • Jim Gregory – bass
  • Lonnie Groves – background vocals
  • Arno Hecht – horn
  • Victor LeComer – keyboard
  • Tom Mandel- keyboard
  • Skip McDonald- guitar
  • Steve Scales – percussion
  • Frank Simms- background vocals
  • George Simms – background vocals
  • John Songdahl – keyboards
  • Bird Taylor – background vocals
  • Buck Taylor – background vocals
  • John Turi – horn
  • Doug Wimbish– bass
  • Engineer: Eric “ET” Thorngren
  • Mixing: Eric “ET” Thorngren
  • Mixing assistant: Marc Cobrin
  • Mastering: Jack Skinner
  • Studio assistant: Gary Wright
  • Art direction: Henry Marquez, Janet Perr
  • Album design: Janet Perr
  • Photography: Annie Leibovitz

Track listing:

  1. Can’t Get Started – Peter Wolf
  2. Love on Ice – Peter Wolf, Timothy S. Mayer
  3. Thick as Thieves – Peter Wolf, Timothy S.Mayer
  4. Blue Avenue – Peter Wolf, Timothy S.Mayer, Carin Goldberg
  5. Wind Me Up – Peter Wolf
  6. Come as You Are – Peter Wolf, Timothy S.Mayer
  7. Flame of Love – Peter Wolf
  8. Mamma Said – Peter Wolf, Michael Jonzun
  9. Magic Moon – Peter Wolf
  10. 2 Lane – Peter Wolf
  11. Run Silent Run Deep – Peter Wolf, Timothy S.Mayer

 

 

In March 1987.

In March 1987, “WEA Records” label released “Men and Women”, the second Simply Red album. It was recorded in 1986, and was produced by Alex Sadkin, Mick Hucknall and Yvonne Ellis.

Personnel:

  • Mick Hucknall- lead and backing vocals
  • Chris Joyce- drums and percussion
  • Tony Bowers- bass guitar and percussion
  • Tim Kellett- keyboards, trumpet, flugelhorn, percussion, live backing vocals
  • Fritz McIntyre- keyboards and backing vocals
  • Sylvan Richardson- guitars
  • Janette Sewell – backing vocals
  • Ian Kirkham- tenor and baritone saxophones
  • Derek Wadsworth- trombone
  • Eleanor Morris – cello
  • Steve Rainford – keyboard programming
  • Engineered by Barry Mraz, Yvonne Ellis
  • Assistant engineer: Chris Dickie
  • Mixed by Alex Sadkin, Barry Mraz, Chris Dickie, Nick Launay, Joe Barbaria
  • Mastering engineer:Ted Jensen
  • Robert Erdmann – photography

Track listing:

  1. The Right Thing – Mick Hucknall
  2. Infidelity – Mick Hucknall, Lamont Dozier
  3. Suffer – Mick Hucknall, Lamont Dozier
  4. I Won’t Feel Bad – Mick Hucknall, Chris Joyce, Tony Bowers, Tim Kellett, Fritz McIntyre, Sylvan Richardson
  5. Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye – Cole Porter
  6. Let Me Have It All – Sylvester Stewart
  7. Love Fire – Bunny Wailer
  8. Move On Out – Mick Hucknall
  9. Shine – Mick Hucknall
  10. Maybe Someday…Mick Hucknall

In March 1986.

In March 1986, Mushroom” label released “Born Sandy Devotional”, the second Triffids album. It was recorded in August 1985, at “Mark Angelo Studios” in London, and was produced by Gil Norton, David McComb, “Evil” Graham Lee, Martyn Casey, Jill Birt, Robert McComb and Alsy MacDonald.

Personnel:

  • David McComb- vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • “Evil” Graham Lee- pedal and lap steel guitar
  • Martyn Casey- bass guitar
  • Jill Birt- vocals, keyboards
  • Robert McComb- violin, guitar, backing vocals
  • Alsy MacDonald- drums, backing vocals
  • Sally Collins – backing vocals
  • Fay Brown – backing vocals
  • Adam Peters – cello, keyboards, piano
  • Chris Abrahams – piano, vibraphone
  • Lesley Wynne – viola

Track listing:

All tracks by David McComb.

  1. The Seabirds
  2. Estuary Bed
  3. Chicken Killer
  4. Tarrilup Bridge
  5. Lonely Stretch
  6. Wide Open Road
  7. Life of Crime
  8. Personal Things
  9. Stolen Property
  10. Tender Is the Night (The Long Fidelity)

In March 1985.

In March 1985, “Blast First-Homestead” labels released “Bad Moon Rising”, the second Sonic Youth album. It was recorded September-December 1984, at “Before Christ Studios” in Brooklyn, and was produced by Thurston Moore, Kim Gordon, Lee Ranaldo, Bob Bert, Martin Bisi and John Erskine.

Personnel:

  • Thurston Moore– guitars, prepared guitar, lead vocals, production
  • Kim Gordon– bass guitar, lead vocals, backing vocals
  • Lee Ranaldo– guitars, percussion, backing vocals
  • Bob Bert– drums
  • Lydia Lunch– lead vocals
  • Martin Bisi– engineer
  • Ethan James– engineer

Track listing:

  1. Intro
  2. Brave Men Run (In My Family) – Kim Gordon
  3. Society is a Hole – Thurston Moore
  4. I Love Her All the Time – Thurston Moore
  5. Ghost Bitch – Kim Gordon
  6. I’m Insane – Thurston Moore
  7. Justice is Might – Thurston Moore
  8. Death Valley ’69 – Lydia Lunch, Thurston Moore

In March 1984.

In March 1984, “SST” label released “My War”, the second Black Flag studio album. It was recorded in December 1983, at “Total Access Recording” in Redondo Beach, California, and was produced by Greg Ginn, Spot and Bill Stevenson.

Personnel:

  • Henry Rollins– vocals
  • Greg Ginn– guitar, bass
  • Bill Stevenson– drums
  • Spot– engineer, mixer
  • Raymond Pettibon– artwork

Track listing:

  1. My War – Chuck Dukowski
  2. Can’t Decide – Greg Ginn
  3. Beat My Head Against the Wall – Greg Ginn
  4. I Love You – Chuck Dukowski
  5. Forever Time – Greg Ginn, Henry Rollins
  6. The Swinging Man – Greg Ginn, Henry Rollins
  7. Nothing Left Inside – Greg Ginn, Henry Rollins
  8. Three Nights – Greg Ginn, Henry Rollins
  9. Scream – Greg Ginn

In March 1982.

In March 1982, “Chrysalis” label released “Diamond” the second Spandau Ballet album. It was recorded 1981-1982, and was produced by Richard James Burgess.

Personnel:

  • Tony Hadley – lead vocals, synthesizer
  • Gary Kemp – guitar, keyboards, synthesizers, backing vocals
  • Martin Kemp – bass, backing vocals
  • Steve Norman – guitar, percussion, saxophone, backing vocals
  • John Keeble – drums, backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Gary Kemp.

  1. Chant No. 1 (I Don’t Need This Pressure On)
  2. Instinction
  3. Paint Me Down
  4. Coffee Club
  5. She Loved Like Diamond
  6. Pharaoh
  7. Innocence and Science
  8. Missionary