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On March 3, 1991.

On March 1, 1991, “Wax Trax” label released “Love’s Secret Domain”, the third Coil studio album. It was recorded January 1988 – October 1990, and was produced by John Balance, Peter Christopherson and Danny Hyde.

Personnel:

  • John Balance – vocals, organ, keyboards, synthesizer, bass, violin
  • Peter Christopherson – keyboards, sybthesizer, cornet, sampler, electronics
  • Marc Almond – vocals
  • Annie Anxiety Bandez – vocals
  • Mike McEvoy – keyboards
  • Charles Hayward – drums
  • Juan Ramirez – Spanish guitar
  • Cyrung – didgeridoo
  • Andrew Davies – violin
  • Clive Dobbins – violin
  • Gini Ball – violin
  • Sally Herbert – violin
  • Sue Dench – viola
  • Jos Pook – viola
  • Audrey Riley – cello
  • Jane Fenton – cello
  • Julia Girdwood – oboe
  • Billy McGee – orchestra
  • Rose McDowall – backing vocals
  • Danny Hyde – programming, engineering

Track listing:

All lyrics by John Balance, all music by John Balance and Peter Christopherson.

  1. Disco Hospital
  2. Teenage Lightning
  3. Windowpane
  4. The Snow
  5. Dark River
  6. Further Back and Faster
  7. Titan Arch
  8. Chaostrophy
  9. Love’s Secret Domain

On November 14, 1995.

On November 14, 1995, “Reprise” label released “Frestonia”, the sixth and final Aztec Camera studio album. It was recorded April – August 1995, and was produced by Roddy Frame, Clive Langer, and Alan Winstanley.

Personnel:

  • Roddy Frame – vocals, guitar
  • Yolanda Charles – bass, background vocals
  • Mark Edwards – keyboards
  • Jeremy Stacey – drums
  • Luís Jardim – percussion
  • Claudia Fontaine – background vocals
  • Audrey Riley, Chris Tombling, Leo Payne, Sue Dench – strings

Track listing:

All tracks by Roddy Frame.

  1. Rainy Season
  2. Sun
  3. Crazy
  4. On the Avenue
  5. Imperfectly
  6. Debutante
  7. Beautiful Girl
  8. Phenomenal World
  9. Method of Love
  10. Sunset

On May 7, 1996.

On May 7, 1996, “Fiction” label released “Wild Mood Swings”, the tenth Cure studio album. It was recorded 1995 – 1996, and was produced by Steve Lyon and Robert Smith.

Personnel:

  • Robert Smith– vocals, guitar, bass, sleeve art direction
  • Perry Bamonte– guitar, bass, keyboard, sleeve art direction
  • Jason Cooper– drums, percussion, sleeve art direction
  • Simon Gallup– bass guitar, sleeve art direction
  • Roger O’Donnell– keyboard, sleeve art direction
  • Ronald Austin – drums
  • Louis Pavlou – drums
  • Mark Price– drums
  • Jesus Alemany – trumpet
  • John Barclay – trumpet
  • Steve Dawson – trumpet
  • Steve Sidwell– trumpet
  • Richard Edwards – trombone
  • Sid Gauld – trumpet
  • Will Gregory– saxophone
  • Mister Chandrashekhar – violin
  • Leo Payne – violin
  • Chris Tombling – violin
  • Sue Dench – viola
  • Audrey Riley– cello
  • Ronald Austin – arrangements
  • Sid Gauld – arrangements
  • Will Gregory – arrangements
  • Audrey Riley – arrangements
  • Steve Lyon – engineering, mixing
  • Paul Corkett– mixing
  • Spike Drake – mixing
  • Paul Q. Kolderie– mixing
  • Tom Lord-Alge– mixing
  • Alan Moulder– mixing
  • Tim Palmer– mixing
  • Mark Saunders– mixing
  • Adrian Maxwell Sherwood– mixing
  • Sean Slade– mixing
  • Ian Cooper – mastering
  • Andy Vella – sleeve art direction

Track listing:

All tracks by Perry Bamonte, Jason Cooper, Simon Gallup, Roger O’Donnell and Robert Smith.

  1. Want
  2. Club America
  3. This Is a Lie
  4. The 13th
  5. Strange Attraction
  6. Mint Car
  7. Jupiter Crash
  8. Round & Round & Round
  9. Gone!
  10. Numb
  11. Return
  12. Trap
  13. Treasure
  14. Bare

On September 11, 2015.

On September 11, 2015, “Stylus Records” label released “Keep the Village Alive”, the ninth Stereophonics studio album. It was recorded 2011 – 2014, at “ICP Studios” in Brussels, Belgium, “Stylus Studios” in London, and was produced by Kelly Jones and Jim Lowe.

Personnel:

  • Kelly Jones- lead vocals, guitar, piano
  • Richard Jones- bass guitar
  • Adam Zindani- guitar, backing vocals
  • Jamie Morrison– drums
  • Sam Yapp, Javier Weyler– drums
  • Mikey Rowe – Wurly
  • Jim Lowe – additional Hammond, programming
  • Neil Cowley – additional piano
  • Tony Kirkham – additional piano, Hammond
  • Rosie Danvers – cello
  • Helen Hathorn – violin
  • Emma Owens – viola
  • David Arnoldwith Kelly Jones – orchestral arrangements
  • Nicholas Dodd – orchestration

Orchestra

  • John Bradbury – leader
  • Eos Chater, Dorina Markoff, John Bradbury, Johnathan Strange, Oli Langford, Christina Emanuel, Tom Pigott-Smith, Jackie Hartley, Peter Hanson, Ralph De Souza, Johnathan Rees, David Woodcock, Debbie Widdup, Natalia Bonner – violin section
  • Reiad Chibah, Julia Knight, Sue Dench, Nick Barr – viola section
  • Nick Cooper, Chris Worsey, Adrian Bradbury, Frank Schaefer – cello section
  • Pete Smith – tuba
  • Roger Argente – bass trombone
  • Andy Wood – tenor trombone
  • Phillip Eastop, Mike Murray, Corinne Bailey, Martin Owen – French horns
  • Daniel Newell, Jason Evans, Andy Cowley, Amos Miller – B♭ Trumpet
  • Eos Chater – violin
  • Gay-Yee Westerhoff – cello
  • Nick Barr – viola
  • Craig Silvey – mixing
  • Paul Edouard-Laurendeau – studio assistant
  • Greg Calbi – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks written by Kelly Jones.

  1. C’est la Vie
  2. White Lies
  3. Sing Little Sister
  4. I Wanna Get Lost With You
  5. Song for the Summer
  6. Fight or Flight
  7. My Hero
  8. Sunny
  9. Into the World
  10. Mr and Mrs Smith

 

In March 1986.

In March 1986, “Beggars Banquet” label released “Liberty Belle and the Black Diamond Express”, the fourth The Go-Betweens album. It was recorded 1985-1986, at “Berry Street Studio” in London, and was produced by Richard Preston.

Personnel:

  • Robert Forster— vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Grant McLennan— vocals, lead guitar, loops, treatments
  • Lindy Morrison— drums
  • Robert Vickers — bass guitar
  • Dean B. Speedwell — organ, piano, accordion, vibes, bassoon
  • Audrey Riley— cello, string arrangements
  • Chris Tomlin — 1st violin
  • Sally Herbert — 2nd violin
  • Sue Dench — viola
  • Tracey Thorn— backing vocals
  • Richard Preston — loops, treatments

Track listing:

All tracks by Grant McLennan, Robert Forster.

  1. Spring Rain
  2. The Ghost and the Black Hat
  3. The Wrong Road
  4. To Reach Me
  5. Twin Layers of Lightning
  6. In the Core of the Flame
  7. Head Full of Steam
  8. Bow Down
  9. Palm Sunday (On Board the SS Within)
  10. Apology Accepted