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On October 16, 2015.

On October 16, 2015, “Sony Music” label released the self-titled, debut Nothing But Thieves studio album. It was recorded in 2015, and was produced by Julian Emery.

Personnel:

  • Conor Mason – vocals
  • Joseph Langridge-Brown – guitars
  • Dominic Craik – guitars, keyboard
  • Philip Blake – bass
  • James Price – drums
  • Jim Irvin, Dominic Craik, Larry Hibbitt– additional production
  • Cenzo Townshend, Adam Noble – mixing
  • Robin Schmidt – mastering

Track listing:

  1. Excuse Me – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Julian Emery, Jim Irvin, Conor Mason
  2. Ban All the Music – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Conor Mason
  3. Wake Up Call – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Larry Hibbitt, Conor Mason
  4. Itch – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Larry Hibbitt, Conor Mason
  5. If I Get High – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Conor Mason
  6. Graveyard Whistling – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Julian Emery, Jim Irvin, Conor Mason
  7. Hostage – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Julian Emery, Jim Irvin, Conor Mason
  8. Trip Switch – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Julian Emery, Jim Irvin, Conor Mason
  9. Lover, Please Stay – Joseph Brown
  10. Drawing Pins – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Conor Mason
  11. Painkiller – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Conor Mason
  12. Tempt You (Evocatio) – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Julian Emery, Jim Irvin, Conor Mason

 

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On October 15, 2012.

On October 15, 2012, “Mercury” label released the self-titled, debut Jake Bugg album. It was recorded in 2012, and was produced by Iain Archer, Mike Crossey, Matt Prime, Crispin Hunt, Jason Hart and Jake Bugg. The album was certified Platinum in UK by “BPI”.

Personnel:

  • Jake Bugg – vocals, guitar, engineer
  • Iain Archer – guitar, bass, drums, engineer, mixing
  • Jack Atherton, Phil Wilkinson – drums
  • Jon Kensington, Tom Robertson– bass
  • Matt Prime – guitar, harmonica, percussion, mixing, background vocals
  • Oliver Kraus – strings, string arrangements
  • Pete Barrett – art work
  • Kevin Westenburg – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Jake Bugg and Iain Archer, except where noted.

  1. Lightning Bolt
  2. Two Fingers
  3. Taste It
  4. Seen It All
  5. Simple As This – Jake Bugg, Matt Prime
  6. Country Song – Jake Bugg
  7. Broken – Jake Bugg, Crispin Hunt
  8. Trouble Town
  9. Ballad of Mr Jones
  10. Slide
  11. Someone Told Me – Jake Bugg
  12. Note to Self
  13. Someplace – Jake Bugg
  14. Fire – Jake Bugg

On October 13, 1976.

On October 13, 1976, “Attic” label released the self-titled, debut Triumph album. It was recorded in 1976, and was produced by Mike Levine and Doug Hill.

Personnel:

  • Rik Emmett– vocals, guitars, synthesizers,
  • Gil Moore– vocals, drums
  • Michael Levine– bass, keyboards
  • Laurie Delgrande – keyboards
  • Brian Bell – engineer, mixing
  • George Semkiw – remixing
  • Mick Walsh, Mark Wright – assistant

Track listing:

  1. 24 Hours a Day – Rik Emmett
  2. Be My Lover – Rik Emmett
  3. Don’t Take My Life – Gil Moore
  4. Street Fighter – lyrics by Rik Emmett, music by Gil Moore
  5. Street Fighter (Reprise) – lyrics by Rik Emmett, music by Gil Moore
  6. What’s Another Day of Rock ‘n Roll – Gil Moore
  7. Easy Life – lyrics by Rik Emmett, music by Mike Levine
  8. Let Me Get Next to You – lyrics by Rik Emmett, music by Gil Moore, Rik Emmett
  9. Blinding Light Show / Moonchild – music by Rik Emmett, Chris Brockway, Denton Young, Rik Emmett

 

On October 4, 2005.

On October 4, 2005, “Arts & Crafts” label released the self-titled, third Broken Social Scene studio album. It was recorded 2004 – 2005, and was produced by David Newfeld.  At the 2006 “Juno Awards” it won the award for “Alternative Album of the Year”.

Personnel:

  • Kevin Drew
  • Brendan Canning
  • Andrew Whiteman
  • Charles Spearin
  • John Crossingham
  • Evan Cranley
  • Justin Peroff
  • James Shaw
  • Leslie Feist
  • Emily Haines
  • Jessica Moss
  • Ohad Benchetrit
  • Martin Davis Kinack
  • Torquil Campbell
  • Jo-ann Goldsmith
  • David Newfeld
  • Julie Penner
  • Jason Tait
  • K-os
  • Murray Lightburn
  • Noah Mintz
  • Louise Upperton

Track listing:

All tracks by Kevin Drew and Brendan Canning.

  1. Our Faces Split the Coast in Half
  2. Ibi Dreams of Pavement (A Better Day)
  3. 7/4 (Shoreline)
  4. Finish Your Collapse and Stay for Breakfast
  5. Major Label Debut
  6. Fire Eye’d Boy
  7. Windsurfing Nation
  8. Swimmers
  9. Hotel
  10. Handjobs for the Holidays
  11. Superconnected
  12. Bandwitch
  13. Tremoloa Debut
  14. It’s All Gonna Break

On September 30, 1991.

On September 30, 1991, “FFRR Records” label released the self-titled, debut Orbital (known as the Green Album) album. It was recorded in 1991, and was produced by Paul Hartnoll and Phil Hartnoll.

Personnel:

  • Paul Hartnoll – performer
  • Phil Hartnoll – performer
  • Tim Hunt – engineer
  • Herbert Lesch – assistant engineer
  • Fultano ’91 – cover design

Track listing:

All tracks by Paul Hartnoll and Phil Hartnoll.

  1. The Moebius
  2. Speed Freak
  3. Oolaa
  4. Desert Storm
  5. Fahrenheit 303
  6. Steel Cube Idolatry
  7. High Rise
  8. Chime (live)
  9. Midnight (live)
  10. Belfast
  11. I Think It’s Disgusting (Outro)

On September 20, 2010.

On September 20, 2010, “Mascot” label released the self-titled, debut Black Country Communion album. It was recorded January- April 2010, at “Shangri-La Studios” in Malibu, California,  and was produced by Kevin Shirley.

Personnel:

  • Glenn Hughes– vocals, bass
  • Joe Bonamassa– vocals, guitar
  • Jason Bonham– drums
  • Derek Sherinian– keyboards
  • Jeff Bova– orchestration
  • Patrick D’Arcy – uilleann pipes, tin whistle
  • Kevin Shirley– mixing
  • James McCullagh, Eric Lynne – engineering
  • Bob Ludwig– mastering
  • Dennis Friel Art Studios – design, illustrations, art direction
  • Robert Knight, Marty Temme,Rick Gould, Christie Goodwin, Chris Callaway – photography

Track listing:

  1. Black Country – lyrics by Glenn Hughes, music by Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa
  2. One Last Soul – lyrics by Glenn Hughes, music by Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa
  3. The Great Divide – lyrics by Glenn Hughes, music by Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa
  4. Down Again – lyrics by Glenn Hughes, music by Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa, Derek Sherinian
  5. Beggarman – lyrics and music by Glenn Hughes
  6. Song of Yesterday – lyrics by Joe Bonamassa, Glen Hughes, Kevin Shirley, music by Joe Bonamassa, Kevin Shirley
  7. No Time – lyrics and music by Glen Hughes
  8. Medusa – lyrics and music by Glen Hughes
  9. The Revolution in Me – lyrics and music by Joe Bonamassa
  10. Stand (At the Burning Tree) lyrics and music by Glenn Hughes
  11. Sista Jane – lyrics by Glenn Hughes, music by Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa
  12. Too Late for the Sun – lyrics by Glenn Hughes, music by Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa, Derek Sherinian, Kevin Shirley

On September 19, 2008.

On September 19, 2008, “Modular” label released the self-titled, debut Ladyhawke album. It was recorded 2007 – 2008, and was produced by Michael Di Francesco, Jim Eliot, Pascal Gabriel, Paul Harris, Kid Gloves and Greg Kurstin.

Personnel:

  • Pip Brown– lead and backing vocals,  guitars; bass guitar; drums, synthesiser; keyboards; art direction, executive producer
  • Michael Di Francesco– bass guitar, synthesiser, engineer
  • Jim Eliot– engineering, keyboards,; drums
  • Pascal Gabriel– piano, drums, keyboards, guitar, percussion,  bass synthesiser,  mixing
  • Alex Gray – keyboards; guitar; percussion; Rhodes piano
  • Anu Pillai – bass guitar, keyboards, drums, programming
  • Hannah Robinson– backing vocals
  • Leo Taylor, Peter Huntington– drums
  • Paul Harris – drums, engineering, keyboards
  • Tom Elmhirst, Tony Hoffer– mixing
  • Antonio Feola, Kid Gloves – engineering
  • Jason Gossman – mixing assistant
  • Roy Kerr – drums, programming
  • Greg Kurstin– keyboards, engineering,  programming
  • Dan Parry – mixing assistance
  • Sarah Larnach – art direction, artwork

Track listing:

  1. .Magic – Phillipa Brown, Pascal Gabriel
  2. Manipulating Woman – Phillipa Brown, Roy Kerr, Anu Pillai
  3. My Delirium – Phillipa Brown, Pascal Gabriel, Alex Gray, Hannah Robinson
  4. Better Than Sunday – Phillipa Brown, Jim Elliot, Paul Harris
  5. Another Runaway – Phillipa Brown, Pascal Gabriel, Alex Gray
  6. Love Don’t Live Here – Phillipa Brown, Jim Elliot
  7. Back of the Van – Phillipa Brown, Michael Di Francesco
  8. Paris is Burning – Phillipa Brown, Roy Kerr, Anu Pillai
  9. Professional Suicide – Phillipa Brown, Greg Kurstin
  10. Dusk Till Down – Phillipa Brown, Pascal Gabriel, Alex Gray, Hannah Robinson
  11. Crazy World – Phillipa Brown, Jim Elliot
  12. Morning Dreams – Phillipa Brown, Pascal Gabriel