In May 1990, “Virgin” label released “1234”, the second Propaganda studio album. It was recorded in 1990, and was produced by Ian Stanley and Chris Hughes. The cover art is a close-up of part of the statue “Unique Forms of Continuity in Space” by Umberto Boccioni.
Betsi Miller – vocals
Michael Mertens – keyboards, electronics
Ian Stanley – Fairlight synthesizer
Chris Hughes – computer
Derek Forbes – bass guitar
Brian McGee – drums
Neil Taylor, Andy Ross, David Gilmour – guitar
Ross Cullum – rhythm guitar
David Paton, Pino Palladino – bass guitar
Jürgen Dahmen – keyboards
Andy Richards, Blue Weaver – Fairlight synthesizer
Simon Clark – Hammond organ, keyboards
Greg Hawkes – synthesizer
Mel Collins – soprano saxophone
Alan Lee Kirkendale – trumpet
Susanne Freytag – voice
Howard Jones, Tessa Niles – backing vocals
Vicious Circle – Michael Mertens, Betsi Miller, Derek Forbes, Ralf Dörper
Heaven Give Me Words – Howard Jones, Ian Stanley, Michael Mertens
Your Wildlife – Betsi Miller, Michael Mertens, Ian Stanley, Chris Hughes, Howard Jones
Only One World – Derek Forbes, Michael Martens, Betsi Miller, Ralf Dörper
How Much Love – Michael Mertens, Betsi Miller, Derek Forbes
On May 20, 2013, “Virgin” label released “Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams”, the fourth Thirty Seconds to Mars studio album. It was recorded April – December 2012, at “The International Centre for the Advancement of the Arts and Sciences of Sound” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Jared Leto and Steve Lillywhite.
Jared Leto – vocals, guitar, mixing, art direction, design, photography
On May 9, 2011, “Favorite Gentlemen Recordings” label released “Simple Math” the third Manchester Orchestra studio album. It was recorded August – December 2010, at “Blackbird Studios” in Nashville, TN, “Favorite Gentlemen” in Atlanta, GA, and was produced by Dan Hannon, Andy Hull, Robert McDowell, Jonathan Corley and Christopher Freeman.
Andy Hull — lead vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboard, lyrics
Robert McDowell — lead guitar, backing vocals
Jonathan Corley — bass, backing vocals
Christopher Freeman — percussion, organ, piano, synthesizer, backing vocals
On April 3, 1995, “Virgin” label released “Thrak” the eleventh King Crimson studio album. It was recorded October – December 1994, and was produced by David Bottrill, Belew, Bill Bruford, Fripp, Trey Gunn, Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto.
Robert Fripp – electric guitar, Mellotron, soundscapes
Adrian Belew – lead vocals, acoustic and electric guitars
Tony Levin – bass guitar, Chapman Stick, electric upright bass, backing vocals
On January 27, 1986, “Virgin” label released “Album”, the fifth Public Image Ltd. album. It was recorded in 1985, at “Electric Lady Studios”, “The Power Station”, “Quadrasonic Sound Studios”, and “RPM Sound Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Bill Laswell.
John Lydon – lead vocals
Bill Laswell – bass
Steve Vai – guitar
Nicky Skopelitis – guitar
Ryuichi Sakamoto – Fairlight CMI
Bernie Worrell – organ, Yamaha DX7
Ginger Baker – drums
Tony Williams – drums
Bernard Fowler – backing vocals
Jonas Hellborg – bass
Shankar – electric violin
Malachi Favors – acoustic bass
Steve Turre – didgeridoo
Aïyb Dieng – chatan pot drums
All tracks by John Lydon and Bill Laswell except where noted.
On September 29, 1986, “Virgin” label released “The Pacific Age”, the seventh Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (OMD) studio album. It was recorded 1985 – 1986, at “Studio De La Grande Armée” in Paris, “Amazon Studios” in Liverpool, and was produced by Stephen Hague.
On September 11, 2015, “Virgin” label released “Anthems for Doomed Youth”, the third Libertines studio album. It was recorded in 2015, at “Karma Sounds Studios” in Thailand, and was produced by Jake Gosling