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Wonderful Wonderful is the fifth studio album by American rock band the Killers. It was released on September 22, 2017, by Island Records. It is their first studio album in five years, since Battle Born, and their fifth consecutive studio album to top the UK Albums Chart. It is also their first album to top the Billboard 200, moving 118,000 album-equivalent units in its first week.
Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino
Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino is the sixth studio album by English rock band Arctic Monkeys. It was released on 11 May 2018 by Domino Recording Company, and references Tranquility Base, the site of the Apollo 11 Moon landing.
The album was written by band frontman Alex Turner in 2016 on a Steinway Vertegrand piano in his Los Angeles home, and features a rich sound that embodies lounge pop, space pop, glam rock and psychedelic pop, as well as elements of jazz. It is a major departure from the band's previous guitar-heavy work, being less accessible than its internationally successful predecessor, AM. It was produced in Los Angeles, Paris and London by frequent Arctic Monkeys collaborator James Ford and Turner, alongside a wide array of guest musicians including Tom Rowley, Loren Humphrey, James Righton, Zach Dawes, Tyler Parkford and Cam Avery. Its lyrical content draws heavily from science fiction and film, exploring consumerism, politics, religion and technology through the concept of a luxury resort on the Moon told from the perspective of various characters, such as the singer in the in-house band on "Star Treatment" or the hotel's receptionist on the title track.
Concrete and Gold
Concrete and Gold is the ninth studio album by American rock band Foo Fighters. It was produced by Greg Kurstin and released worldwide on September 15, 2017, through RCA Records. Described by the band as an album where "hard rock extremes and pop sensibilities collide", Concrete and Gold concerns the future of the United States from the viewpoint of the band's frontman and lead songwriter Dave Grohl, with the heated atmosphere of the 2016 elections and the presidency of Donald Trump cited as major influences by Grohl. Juxtapositions serve as a common motif in both the album's lyrical and musical composition, with Grohl further describing the album's overall theme as "hope and desperation".
Writing and recording of Concrete and Gold started in late 2016, after Grohl ended a self-imposed six-month hiatus from music while recovering from an injury sustained on the Sonic Highways World Tour. Working off a set of twelve or thirteen ideas for songs conceived by Grohl, the band enlisted the help of Kurstin, a pop music producer, who had never worked on a heavy rock record previously.
Always Ascending is the fifth studio album by Scottish indie rock band Franz Ferdinand. It was released on 9 February 2018 through the Domino Recording Company. It is the band's first non-collaborative album in over four years, following Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action. It is also their first album to feature new member Julian Corrie, who joined shortly after the departure of Nick McCarthy. The album received generally positive reviews from critics. It peaked at number three in Scotland and number six in the UK. Four singles were released from the album: "Always Ascending", "Feel the Love Go", "Lazy Boy" and alternative version of "Glimpse of Love".
How Did We Get So Dark?
How Did We Get So Dark? is the second studio album by British rock duo Royal Blood. The album was released by Warner Bros. Records on 16 June 2017.
The album is considered by most critics to be compositionally similar to the band's breakthrough debut album; both albums are stylistically very similar, with Kerr's bass serving as the music's focal point.
Simulation Theory (Deluxe)
Drones is the seventh studio album by English rock band Muse, released on 5 June 2015 by Helium-3 and Warner Bros. Records. After their previous albums incorporated orchestral and electronic music, Muse aimed to return to a more straightforward rock sound. The album was recorded between October 2014 and April 2015 at the Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, and was produced by the band and Robert John "Mutt" Lange. Drones is a concept album following a soldier's abandonment, indoctrination as a "human drone", and eventual defection. In support of its release, the band embarked on the Drones World Tour from 2015 to 2016.
Muse played various festivals around Europe on the first leg of the tour, which started May 23, 2015. This leg of the tour also included Muse's debut performance at Download Festival, which they also headlined.The second leg of the European Festivals tour began on June 24, 2016 at Glastonbury. The new stage set up featured 11 LED pillars which could be manually pushed back and forth by members of the crew to accommodate the show. Bellamy compared this set up to The Resistance tour on his Instagram.
Live At Rome Olympic Stadium
The 2nd Law
Muse have been masters of Olympic Stadium-sized bombast since long before they scored a theme for the actual 2012 London Games, so the inclusion of that theme ("Survival") on The 2nd Law doesn't quite push the proggy alt-rockers' sixth album into unfamiliar territory. That honor belongs to the dubstep synth drills of "The 2nd Law: Unsustainable" and, to a lesser extent, the bass wobbles of "Madness." But whatever the new toys in tow, the Muse war machine marches on with the same oversized, Wagnerian logic as ever: Better or not, more is simply more, and that's always seemed justification enough for Matt Bellamy and company's excesses.
On The 2nd Law those excesses include shameless echoes of U2 in "Big Freeze," and of Queen in the chorus of "Survival," an "I'm gonna win!" that wants desperately to outrace "We Are the Champions."
The Resistance is the fifth studio album by English rock band Muse, released on 11 September 2009 by Helium-3 and Warner Bros. Records. The album was produced by the band and mixed by Mark Stent, and was recorded from September 2008 to May 2009 at Studio Bellini in Lake Como, Italy.
Musically, the record is similar to some of the band's previous material, mixing orchestral elements with rock and electronic music. Lyrically, it is a concept record, as well as continuation of the themes from their previous records, being influenced by politics and more oppressive subjects. The album was promoted with four singles: "Uprising", "Undisclosed Desires", "Resistance", and "Exogenesis: Symphony", as well as a number of live appearances, including The Resistance Tour.
The Resistance received positive reviews from critics, who praised its concept, instrumentation, influences, and Bellamy's vocals, who compared them favorably to the works of Radiohead and Queen, although some found its material to be overblown and cliched. The album reached number one in 19 countries, and reached the top five in the United States and several others.
HAARP (Live From Wembley Stadium)
HAARP is a live album and video by English rock band Muse, released on 17 March 2008 in the United Kingdom and 1 April 2008 in the United States. The CD documents the band's performance at London's Wembley Stadium on 16 June 2007, while the DVD contains 20 tracks from the performance on 17 June. The total number of audiences watching the band's shows on 16 and 17 June 2007 was 180,000. It was named the 40th greatest live album of all time by NME in 2010.
Black Holes And Revelations
Black Holes and Revelations is the fourth studio album by English rock band Muse, released on 3 July 2006 by Helium-3 and Warner Bros. Records. Recording was split between New York and France, and marked the first time the band took a more active role in production. Black Holes and Revelations saw a change in style from Muse's previous albums, and the band cited influences that included Depeche Mode, Millionaire, Lightning Bolt, Sly and the Family Stone, and music from southern Italy. Like their two previous albums, it features political and dystopian undertones, with lyrics covering topics such as political corruption, alien invasion, revolution, and New World Order conspiracies, as well as more conventional love songs.
Black Holes and Revelations was placed at number 34 in a public vote conducted by Q for "The Best British Albums of all time" in February 2008. The album also spawned "Supermassive Black Hole", Muse's most successful single in the UK to date, hitting number four on the charts. In October 2011, NME placed it at number 74 on its list "150 Best Tracks of the Past 15 Years". It was nominated for the Kerrang! Award for Best Single.
Hullabaloo Soundtrack, also known as Hullabaloo, is a compilation album by English rock band Muse and the soundtrack to their live video album Hullabaloo: Live at Le Zenith, Paris, both released on 1 July 2002 on Mushroom Taste Records. The album comprises one disc of previously released B-sides and a second disc of live recordings from the band's performances at Le Zénith in Paris, France on 28 and 29 October 2001. "Forced In" is an edited version of the song released on the "Uno" single and "Shine" is an acoustic version of the song released on the "Hyper Music" single. The acoustic version was previously unreleased. "Hyper Chondriac Music" is an alternate version of "Hyper music". Released on the Hullabaloo soundtrack, "Hyper Chondriac Music" shares the same lyrics with "Hyper Music", which was released on "Origin Of Symmetry"
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The album reached number one on the UK Albums Chart. It also yielded the band's first top 10 single hit, with "Time Is Running Out" peaking at number 8 on the UK Singles Chart. In 2009, it was voted by Kerrang! as the second-best album of the 21st century thus far.
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