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On July 19, 2011.

On July 19, 2011, “Universal Republic” label released “Time of My Life”, the fifth 3 Doors Down studio album. It was recorded July – October 2010, in Los Angeles and Tokyo, and was produced by Howard Benson.

Personnel:

  • Brad Arnold – lead vocals
  • Matt Roberts – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Chris Henderson – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Todd Harrell – bass
  • Greg Upchurch – drums
  • Howard Benson – keyboards, programming
  • Michito Sanches – percussion
  • Kim Bullard – keyboards, programming
  • Sid Page – violin
  • Paul Franklin – pedal steel
  • Marti Frederiksen – additional programming
  • Deborah Lurie – string arrangements
  • Mike Plotnikoff – recording engineer
  • Hatsukazu Inagari – string engineer
  • Paul Decarli – digital editing
  • Marc Vangool – guitar technician
  • Jon Nicholson – drum technician
  • Jimmy Fahey – assistant engineer
  • Chris Lord-Alge – mixer
  • Keith Armstrong – assistant engineer
  • Nick Karpen – assistant engineer
  • Ted Jensen – mastering
  • Brad Townsend – additional mixing engineer
  • Andrew Schubert – additional mixing engineer
  • Sandra Brummels – creative director
  • Hugh Syme – art direction, design, illustrations, cover concept
  • Frank W. Ockenfels III – band photography

Track listing:

All lyrics by Brad Arnold.

  1. Time of My Life – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Marti Frederiksen
  2. When You’re Young – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Matt Frederiksen
  3. Round and Round – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Todd Harrell
  4. Heaven – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Zac Maloy
  5. Race for the Sun – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Todd Harrell
  6. Back to Me – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Todd Harrell
  7. Every Time You Go – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Bobby Huff
  8. What’s Left – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Zac Maloy
  9. On the Run – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Todd Harrell
  10. She Is Love – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Todd Harrell
  11. My Way – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Todd Harrell
  12. Believer – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Todd Harrell

On June 17, 1994.

On June 17, 1994, “Güt / For Life Music” labels released “Sweet Revenge”, the tenth Ryuichi Sakamoto album. It was recorded in 1993, at “11-K Studios”, “Clindton Studios”, “Unique Studios”, “Skyline Studios”, “Right Track Studios” in New York City, “Paradise Studios”, “Sedic Studios” in Tokyo, and “Metropolis Studios”, “Westside Studios” in London, and was produced by Ryuichi Sakamoto.

Personnel:

  • Ryuichi Sakamoto – vocals, keyboards, percussion, programming
  • Amadeo Pace – guitar
  • Romero Lubambo – guitar
  • Hiroshi Takano – guitar
  • Lawrence Feldman – bass clarinet
  • Cyro Baptista – percussion
  • David Nadien – string section leader
  • J-Me – vocals
  • Vivien Sessoms – vocals
  • Holly Johnson – vocals
  • Latasha Natasha Diggs – vocals
  • Paul Alexander – vocals
  • Arto Lindsay – vocals
  • Roddy Frame – vocals
  • Miki Imai – vocals
  • Towa Tei – programming
  • Satoshi Tomiie – programming, arrangements
  • Jean-Baptiste Mondino – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Ryuichi Sakamoto.

  1. Tokyo Story
  2. Moving On
  3. 二人の果て
  4. Regret
  5. Pounding At My Heart
  6. Love and Hate
  7. Sweet Revenge
  8. 7 Seconds
  9. Anna
  10. Same Dream, Same Destination
  11. Psychedelic Afternoon
  12. Interruptions
  13. 君と僕と彼女のこと

On April 30, 1982.

On April 30, 1982, “Jive” label released the self-titled, debut A Flock of Seagulls album. It was recorded in 1981, at “Battery Studios”, and was produced by Mike Howlett and Bill Nelson. In 1983, the album track “D.N.A.” won a “Grammy Award” for “Best Rock Instrumental Performance”.

Personnel:

  • Mike Score – lead vocals, keyboards, additional rhythm guitar
  • Paul Reynolds – lead and rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Frank Maudsley – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Ali Score – drums, percussion
  • Mark Dearnley – engineer
  • Mike Shipley – engineer
  • “BillBo” – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Mike Score, Ali Score, Frank Maudsley and Paul Reynolds.

  1. Modern Love is Automatic
  2. Messages
  3. I Run (So Far Away)
  4. Space Age and Love Song
  5. You Can Run
  6. Telecommunications
  7. Standing in the Doorway
  8. Don’t Ask Me
  9. D.N.A.
  10. Tokyo
  11. Man Made

On February 1, 2019.

On February 1, 2019, “PIAS” label released “Five”, the fifth White Lies album. It was recorded in 2018 and was produced by Ed Buller and Flood.

Personnel:

  • Harry McVeigh – lead vocals, guitar
  • Charles Cave – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Jack Lawrence-Brown – drums
  • James Brown – engineering
  • Alan Moulder – mixing
  • Casey Roarty – design, art direction

Track listing:

  1. Time to Give
  2. Never Alone
  3. Finish Line
  4. Kick Me
  5. Tokyo
  6. Jo?
  7. Denial
  8. Believe It
  9. Fire and Wings

On December 14, 1983.

On December 14, 1983, “Alfa Records” label released “Service”, the seventh Yellow Magic Orchestra album. It was recorded September – October 1983, at “Alfa Studio A” in Tokyo, Japan, and was produced by Haruomi Hosono, Ryuichi Sakamoto, and Yukihiro Takahashi.

Personnel:

  • Haruomi Hosono – vocals, bass, synth bass, keyboards, electronics, arrangements, mixing
  • Ryuichi Sakamoto – vocals, keyboards, electronics, arrangements, mixing
  • Yukihiro Takahashi – vocals, electronic drums, cymbals, keyboards, electronics, arrangements, mixing
  • Takeshii Fujii, Akihiko Yamazoe – technical assistance

Super Eccentric Theater

  • Yūji Miyake, Hisahiro Ogura, Osamu Hagihashi, Daisuke Yamazaki, Kōichi Nagata, Etsuyo Mitani, Keiko Ishii, Akemi Imamura – counterparts
  • Mitsuo Koike – recording, mixing engineer
  • Akitsugu Doi – assistant engineer
  • Teppei Kasai – mastering engineer
  • Kazusuke Obi – A&R coordinators
  • Tsuguya Inoue – art director, painting
  • Beans – design

Track listing:

  1. Limbo – lyrics by Yukihiro Takahashi, Haruomi Hosono, Peter Barakan, music by Yukihiro Takahashi
  2. S.E.T.
  3. The Madman – lyrics by Yukihiro Takahashi, Peter Barakan, music by Yukihiro Takahashi
  4. S.E.T.
  5. Chinese Whispers – lyrics by Yukihiro Takahashi, Peter Barakan, music by Yukihiro Takahashi
  6. S.E.T.
  7. You’ve Got to Help Yourself – lyrics by Haruomi Hosono, Peter Barakan, music by Ryuichi Sakamoto, Yukihiro Takahashi
  8. S.E.T. + YMO
  9. Shadows on the Ground – lyrics by Ryuichi Sakamoto, Yukihiro Takahashi, Peter Barakan, music by Ryuichi Sakamoto, Yukihiro Takahashi
  10. S.E.T.
  11. See Through – lyrics by Peter Barkan, music by Ryuichi Sakamoto, Yukihiro Takahashi, Harumi Hosono
  12. S.E.T.
  13. Perspective – lyrics by Ryuichi Sakamoto, Peter Barakan, music by Ryuichi Sakamoto
  14. S.E.T.

on october 10, 2000.

On October 10, 2000, “Interscope” label released “Breach”, the third Wallflowers studio album. It was recorded in 2000, at “Sunset Sound”, “The Sound Factory” in Hollywood, “Village Recorder” in Los Angeles, “Sound Inn” in Tokyo, and was produced by Andrew Slater and Michael Penn.

Personnel:

  • Jakob Dylan – lead and backing vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Mario Calire – drums, percussion
  • Rami Jaffee – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Greg Richling – bass guitar
  • Michael Ward – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Matt Chamberlain – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Jakob Dylan.

  1. Letters from the Wasteland
  2. Hand Me Down
  3. Sleepwalker
  4. I’ve Been Delivered
  5. Witness
  6. Some Flowers Bloom Dead
  7. Mourning Train
  8. Up from Under
  9. Murder 101
  10. Birdcage
  11. Babybird (hidden track) 

On July 13, 2012.

On July 13, 2012, “ECM” label released “Sleeper”, the third Keith Jarrett’s “European Quartet” album. It was recorded on April 16, 1979, in Tokyo, and was produced by Manfred Eicher.

Personnel:

  • Keith Jarrett- piano, percussion
  • Jan Garbarek- tenor and soprano saxophones, flute, percussion
  • Palle Danielsson- double bass
  • Jon Christensen- drums, percussion
  • Jan Erik Kongshaug- recording engineer
  • Sascha Kleis – design
  • Terje Mosnes – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Keith Jarrett

  1. Personal Mountains
  2. Innocence
  3. So Tender
  4. Oasis
  5. Chant of the Soil
  6. Prism
  7. New Dance

On May 18, 1999.

On May 18, 1999, “Tzadik” label “Yo! I Killed Your God”,  the tenth Marc Ribot album. It was recorded 1992 – 1994, at “CBGB” in New York City, “Rote Fabrik” in Zurich, Switzerland, in Tokyo and Nagoya, and was produced by John Zorn, Marc Ribot and Mark Anthony Thompson.

Personnel:

  • Marc Ribot– vocals, guitar
  • JD Foster– guitar
  • Chris Wood– guitar, bass
  • Roger Kleier– guitar
  • Sebastian Steinberg– bass
  • Mark Anthony Thompson– bass, sequencer
  • Dougie Bowne– drums
  • Christine Bard– drums
  • Jim Pugliese– drums
  • Francois Lardeau– drum programming
  • Kazunori Sugiyama – associate producer
  • Allan Tucker – mastering engineer
  • Shoichi – photographer
  • Danny C – photographer
  • Bert Detant – photographer
  • Ikue Mori– design

Track listing:

Al tracks by Marc Ribot, except where noted.

  1. I Fall to Pieces
  2. Yo! I Killed Your God
  3. Human Sacrifice
  4. The Wind Cries Mary – Jimi Hendrix
  5. Softly as in a Morning Sunrise – Oscar Hammerstein II, Sigmund Romberg
  6. Fourth World
  7. Requiem for What’s His Name
  8. Somebody In My House
  9. Clever White Youths with Attitude
  10. Expressionless
  11. Jamon Con Yucca
  12. Pulse
  13. Change Has Come
  14. Mon Petit Punk

On December 16, 1990.

On December 16, 1990, “Paddle Wheel” label released “Blue Bossa”, the second George Adams album with the “New York Unit”. It was recorded in 1990, at “MusicInn Studio” in Tokyo.

Personnel:

  • George Adams– tenor sax
  • John Hicks– piano
  • Richard Davis– bass
  • Tatsuya Nakamura– drums

Track listing:

  1. Blue Bossa – Kenny Dorham
  2. The Everywhere Calypso – Sonny Rollins
  3. I Thought About You – Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Mercer
  4. Monk’s Mood – Thelonious Monk
  5. A Minor Melody – Roland Hanna
  6. Blues for Moment – George Adams
  7. Misako and Beautiful Shores – Richard Davis
  8. Take the “A” Train – Billy Strayhorn

On November 20,1971.

On November 20, 1971, “URC Records” label released “Kazemachi Roman”, the second Happy End studio album. It was recorded May – September 1971, at “Mouri Studio” in Tokyo, and was produced by Haruomi Hosono, Eiichi Ohtaki, Shigeru Suzuki and Takashi Matsumoto.

Personnel:

  • Haruomi Hosono– vocals, bass, piano, organ, acoustic guitar,  claves, cowbell, chorus, flat mandolin
  • Eiichi Ohtaki– vocals, acoustic, electric and slide guitars, güiro, chimes, chorus
  • Shigeru Suzuki– vocals, acoustic, electric and slide guitars, cowbell, chorus
  • Takashi Matsumoto- drums, , taiko, congas, cowbell, chorus
  • Shiba – mouth harp
  • Komazawa – steel guitar

Track listing:

  1. Dakishimetai – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Eiichi Ohtaki
  2. Sorairo no Crayon – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Eiichi Ohtaki
  3. Kaze wo Atsumete – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Haruomi Hosono
  4. Kurayamizaka Musasabi Henge – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Haruomi Hosono
  5. Haikara Hakuchi – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Eiichi Ohtaki
  6. Haikara Beautiful – lyrics and music by Bannai Tarao
  7. Natsu Nandesu – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Haruomi Hosono
  8. Hana Ichi Monme – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Shigeru Suzuki
  9. Ashita Tenki ni Naare – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Haruomi Hosono
  10. Taifuu – lyrics and music by Eiichi Ohtaki
  11. Haru Ranman – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Eiichi Ohtaki
  12. Aiueo – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Eiichi Ohtaki