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Bad Religion: Against the Grain

On November 23, 1990, “Epitaph” label released “Against the Grain”, the fifth Bad Religion studio album. It was recorded in May 1990, at “Westbeach Recorders” in Hollywood, and was produced by Greg Graffin, Brett Gurewitz, Greg Hetson, Jan Bentley and Pete Finestone.

Personnel:

  • Greg Graffin – vocals
  • Brett Gurewitz – guitar, backing vocals
  • Greg Hetson – guitar
  • Jay Bentley – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Pete Finestone – drums
  • Karat Faye – engineer
  • The Legendary Starbolt – mixing
  • Eddie Schreyer – mastering
  • Joy Aoki – art direction

Track listing:

All tracks by Greg Graffin, except where noted.

  1. Modern Man
  2. Turn on the Light – Brett Gurewitz
  3. Get Off
  4. Blenderhead – Brett Gurewitz
  5. The Positive Aspect of Negative Thinking – Jay Bentley
  6. Anesthesia – Brett Gurewitz
  7. Flat Earth Society – Brett Gurewitz
  8. Faith Alone
  9. Entropy
  10. Against the Grain
  11. Operation Rescue
  12. God Song
  13. 21st Century (Digital Boy) – Brett Gurewitz
  14. Misery and Famine
  15. Unacceptable – Greg Hetson, Jay Bentley
  16. Quality or Quantity
  17. Walk Away – Brett Gurewitz

Alanis Morissette: Alanis

On April 6, 1991, “MCA Records Canada” label released “Alanis”, the debut Alanis Morissette album. It was recorded September – December 1990, at “Distortion Studios” in Ottawa, Canada, and was produced by Leslie Howe.

Personnel:

  • Alanis Morissette – lead and backing vocals
  • Leslie Howe – guitar, additional keyboards, drum programming, engineer, mixing
  • Serge Côté – keyboards
  • Frank “Fish” Levin – keyboards, strings arrangement
  • Chad Morissette – backing vocals
  • Wade Morissette – backing vocals
  • Tyley Ross – backing vocals
  • John & Peter (The Burn Bros.) – backing vocals
  • Tom “Sloppy” Saidak – backing vocals
  • Kevin “Iceman” Little – backing vocals
  • Dan “Capt. Pin” – backing vocals
  • Deane Josh Lovejoy – backing vocals
  • Sean Daley – backing vocals
  • Jenny “Frank #1” Parlier – backing vocals
  • Mr. Fish – backing vocals
  • Sal – backing vocals
  • Rick “Slick” Kumar – backing vocals
  • Martin Soldat – art direction, design
  • Dimo Safari – photography

Track listing:

  1. Feel Your Love – Alanis Morissette, Leslie Howe
  2. Too Hot – Alanis Morissette, Leslie Howe
  3. Plastic – Alanis Morissette, Leslie Howe, Serge Côté
  4. Walk Away – Alanis Morissete, Leslie Howe, Louise Reny, Frank Levin
  5. On My Own – Alanis Morissette, Leslie Howe, Serge Côté
  6. Superman – Alanis Morissette, Leslie Howe
  7. Jealous – Alanis Morissette, Leslie Howe, Serge Côté
  8. Human Touch – Alanis Morissete, Leslie Howe, Louise Reny, Frank Levin
  9. Oh Yeah – Alanis Morissette, Leslie Howe
  10. Party Boy – Alanis Morissette, Leslie Howe

On November 13, 1995.

On November 13, 1995, “A&M” label released “Ridiculous”, the eleventh Squeeze studio album. It was recorded in 1995, and was produced by Peter Smith and Glenn Tilbrook.

Personnel:

  • Chris Difford – guitar, backing vocals
  • Glenn Tilbrook – lead and backing vocals, guitars, keyboards
  • Keith Wilkinson – bass, backing vocals
  • Kevin Wilkinson – drums
  • Chris Braide – background vocals
  • Cathy Dennis – co-lead vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook except where noted.

  1. Electric Trains
  2. Heaven Knows
  3. Grouch of the Day
  4. Walk Away
  5. This Summer
  6. Got to Me – Keith Wilkinson
  7. Long Face
  8. I Want You
  9. Daphne
  10. Lost for Words
  11. Great Escape
  12. Temptation for Love
  13. Sound Asleep
  14. Fingertips

On September 28, 2005.

On September 28, 2005, “Domino” label released “You Could Have It So Much Better”, the second Franz Ferdinand studio album. It was recorded in 2005 in New York City and Scotland, and was produced by Rich Costey, Alex Kapranos, Nick McCarthy, Bob Hardy and Paul Thomson. The cover design is modeled on Alexander Rodchenko’s 1924 portrait of Lilya Brik.

Personnel:

  • Alex Kapranos– lead vocals, lead guitar, keyboards
  • Nick McCarthy– vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards
  • Bob Hardy– bass
  • Paul Thomson– drums, percussion, backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Alex Kapranos, Nick McCarthy, Bob Hardy and Paul Thomson.

  1. The Fallen
  2. Do You Want To
  3. This Boy
  4. Walk Away
  5. Evil and a Heathen
  6. You’re the Reason I’m Leaving
  7. Eleanor Put Your Boots On
  8. Well That Was Easy
  9. What You Meant
  10. I’m Your Villain
  11. You Could Have It So Much Better
  12. Fade Together
  13. Outsiders

In June 1981.

In June 1981, “Go Feet” label released “Wha’ppen?”, the second The Beat album. It was recorded in 1981, at “Roundhouse Studios” in London, and was produced by Bob Sargeant.

Personnel:

  • Dave Wakeling– vocals, guitar, design
  • Ranking Roger– vocals, design
  • Andy Cox– guitar, sleeve design
  • David Steele– bass, design
  • Everett Morton– drums, design
  • Saxa– saxophone, design
  • Dave “Blockhead” Wright – keyboards
  • “Have a Go Bobby” Sargeant – marimba
  • Cedric Myton– extra vocals
  • Dick – steel drum
  • Saltin – trumpet
  • Mark Dearnley– engineer
  • Hunt Emerson – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Dave Wakeling, Ranking Roger, Andy Cox, David Steele, Everett Morton and Saxa, except where noted.

  1. Doors of Your Heart – Dave Wakeling, Ranking Roger, Andy Cox, David Steele, Everett Morton, Saxa, Colin Osborne
  2. All Out to Get You
  3. Monkey Murders
  4. I Am Your Flag
  5. French Toast (Soleil Trop Chaud) – Joseph Jefferson
  6. Drowning
  7. Dream Home in NZ
  8. Walk Away
  9. Over and Over
  10. Cheated
  11. Get-a-Job
  12. The Limits We Set

In April 1971.

In April 1971, “ABC” label released “Thirds”, the third James Gang studio album. It was recorded in 1970, at “Record Plant” in Los Angeles, “Cleveland Recording Company” in Cleveland, “Hit Factory” in New York City, and was produced by Bill Szymczyk, Joe Walsh, Dale Peters and Jim Fox. It was the last band’s album with Joe Walsh.

Personnel:

  • Joe Walsh– vocals, lead, rhythm, pedal steel and slide guitars, acoustic and electric pianos, keyboards, sound effects, organ
  • Dale Peters– vocals, electric and upright basses, vibraphone
  • Jim Fox– vocals, drums, percussion, piano, organ
  • Bob Webb – guitars, backing vocals
  • Tom Baker – horns
  • Mary Sterpka – backing vocals
  • The Sweet Inspirations– backing vocals
  • Bill Szymczyk – engineer
  • Kenneth Hamann – engineer
  • Eddie Youngblood – engineer
  • Tom Wilkes– cover design
  • Tom Wright – cover design, photography

Track listing:

  1. Walk Away – Joe Walsh
  2. Yadig? – Dale Peters, Jim Fox, Joe Walsh
  3. Things I Could Be – Jim Fox
  4. Dreamin’ In The Country – Dale Peters
  5. It’s All The Same – Joe Walsh
  6. Midnight Man – Joe Walsh
  7. Again – Joe Walsh
  8. White Man/Black Man – Dale Peters
  9. Live My Life Again – Jim Fox

On November 24, 1986.

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On November 24, 1986, “Duck / Warner Bros” labels released “August”, the tenth Eric Clapton studio album. It was recorded April – May 1986, and was produced by Eric Clapton, Phil Collins and Tom Dowd. The album was certified Platinum in UK by “BPI”.

Personnel:

  • Eric Clapton– vocals, guitar
  • Tina Turner– lead and backing vocals
  • Richard Feldman – keyboards
  • Greg Phillinganes– keyboards, backing vocals
  • Gary Brooker– keyboards, backing vocals
  • Richard Cottle – synthesizer
  • Laurence Cottle– bass guitar
  • Nathan East– bass guitar
  • Phil Collins– drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Henry Spinetti– drums
  • Michael Brecker– saxophone
  • Jon Faddis– trumpet
  • Dave Bargeron– trombone
  • Randy Brecker– trumpet
  • Larry Williams– synthesizer programming
  • Leon Pendarvis – horn arrangements
  • Katie Kissoon– backing vocals
  • Magic Moreno – backing vocals, engineer
  • Tessa Niles– backing vocals
  • Steve Chase, John Jacobs, Paul Gommersall, Peter Hefter – engineer
  • Terry O’Neill– photography

Track listing:

  1. It’s in the Way That You Use It – Eric Clapton, Robbie Robertson
  2. Run – Lamont Dozier
  3. Tearing Us Apart – Eric Clapton, Greg Phillinganes
  4. Bad Influence – Robert Cray, Michael Vannice
  5. Walk Away – Richard Feldman, Marcella Detroit
  6. Hung Up on Your Love – Lamont Dozier
  7. Take a Chance – Eric Clapton, Nathan East, Greg Phillinganes
  8. Hold On – Eric Clapton, Phil Collins
  9. Miss You – Eric Clapton, Bobby Columby, Greg Phillinganes
  10. Holy Mother – Stephen Bishop, Eric Clapton
  11. Behind the Mask – Chris Mosdell, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Michael Jackson
  12. Grand Illusion – Bob Farrell, Dave Robbins, Wesly Stephenson

On April 25, 1980.

Black_Sabbath_Heaven_and_Hell

On April 25, 1980, “Vertigo” label released “Heaven and Hell”, the ninth Black Sabath studio album.It was recorded October 1979 – January 1980, at “Criteria Recording Studios: in Miami, and “Studio Farber” in Paris, and was produced by Martin Birch.

Personnel:

  • Ronnie James Dio– lead vocals
  • Tony Iommi– guitar
  • Geezer Butler– bass guitar
  • Bill Ward– drums, percussion
  • Geoff Nicholls– keyboards
  • Martin Birch – engineer
  • Joe “C” Foglia – assistant engineer
  • Lynn Curlee – cover art (Smoking Angels)
  • Harry Carmean – back cover illustration
  • Richard Seireeni – art direction

Track listing:

All music by Geezer Butler, Ronnie James Dio, Tony Iommi, and Bill Ward; all lyrics by Ronnie James Dio.

  1. Neon Knights
  2. Children of the Sea
  3. Lady Evil
  4. Heaven and Hell
  5. Wishing Well
  6. Die Young
  7. Walk Away
  8. Lonely is the Word

On March 11, 1985.

The_Sisters_of_Mercy_-_First_and_Last_and_Always

On March 11, 1985, “Merciful Release” label released “First and Last and Always”, the debut The Sisters of Mercy album. It was recorded in 1984, and was produced by David M. Allen.

Personnel:

  • Andrew Eldritch– vocals, sleeve design, mixing
  • Craig Adams– bass guitar
  • Wayne Hussey– guitar, vocals
  • Gary Marx– guitar
  • Doktor Avalanche(drum machine) – drums
  • Mick Lowe – sleeve layout
  • Jill Furmanovsky, Ruth Polsky – sleeve photography

Track listing:

  1. Black Planet – Andrew Eldritch, Wayne Hussey
  2. Walk Away – Andrew Eldritch, Wayne Hussey
  3. No Time to Cry – Andrew Eldritch, Craig Adams, Wayne Hussey, Gary Marx
  4. A Rock and a Hard Place – Andrew Eldritch, Wayne Hussey
  5. Marian – Andrew Eldritch, Wayne Hussey
  6. First and Last and Always – Gary Marx
  7. Possession – Andrew Eldritch, Craig Adams, Wayne Hussey
  8. Nine While Nine – Andrew Eldritch, Gary Marx
  9. Amphetamine Logic – Andrew Eldritch, Gary Marx
  10. Some Kind of Stranger – Andrew Eldritch, Gary Marx

 

On February 8, 1994.

Ben_Harper_-_Welcome_to_the_Cruel_World

On February 8, 1994, “Virgin” label released “Welcome to the Cruel World” the debut Ben Harper album.  It was recorded in 1993, at the “Convent”, and was produced by Ben Harper and J.P. Plunier.

Personnel:

  • Ben Harper – vocals, multiple instruments
  • Clyde Allen – background vocals
  • Clarence Butler – background vocals
  • Richard Cook – Uillean pipes
  • Rock Deadrick – percussion, drums, background vocals
  • Clabe Hangan – background vocals
  • Jelani Jones – background vocals
  • Suzie Katayama – cello
  • Ken McDaniel – background vocals
  • John McKnight – bass, accordion
  • John Taylor – background vocals
  • Kevin Williams – background vocals
  • Tommy D. Daugherty- drum programming
  • Tom Dolan and J.P. Plunier – art direction
  • Jeff Gottlieb – photography

All songs written by Ben Harper except where noted.

  1. The Three of Us
  2. Whipping Boy – Chris Darrow
  3. Breakin’ Down – Ben Harper and Jean Pierre Plunier
  4. Don’t Take That Attitude to Your Grave
  5. Waiting on an Angel
  6. Mama’s Got a Girlfriend Now
  7. Forever
  8. Like a King
  9. Pleasure and Pain
  10. Walk Away
  11. How Many Miles Must We March
  12. Welcome to the Cruel World
  13. I’ll Rise – Maya Angelou and Ben Harper
  14. By and By I’m Going to See the King – Blind Willie Johnson
  15. Remember