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Chronicle is the third studio album by Swedish cinematic postrock band Lights & Motion. It was released worldwide on January 13, 2015, through the American independent record label Deep Elm Records, who also released the band's two previous albums. The album was produced and mixed by Christoffer Franzén and recorded in Gothenburg during 2014. It was mastered by Dave Cooley (M83) at Elysian Masters, LA. The album contains nine tracks and has a total running time of 37 minutes.
Breakthrough! is an album by the Cedar Walton/Hank Mobley Quintet recorded on February 22, 1972, originally released on the short-lived Cobblestone label and rereleased on the Muse label. It features performances by Hank Mobley and Cedar Walton with Charles Davis, Sam Jones and Billy Higgins and would be Mobley's final studio recording before he retired due to lung problems.
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The third album by Jack and Meg White was the right dynamite for a mainstream breakthrough. Jack’s Delta-roadhouse fantasies, Detroit-garage-rock razzle and busted-love lyricism, as well as Meg’s toy-thunder drumming all peaked at once. 496. Boz Scaggs, ‘Boz Scaggs’.
The Chronicle story that followed focused on the violence in the mosh pits, and the damage to the Coliseum baseball field that included large chunks of grass pulled out by rowdy heavy metal fans. But time and perspective prove that the big show was a breakthrough moment for Metallica - which continues to headline local arenas, and continues to call the Bay Area home. And Justice for All, the band’s most complex and fast-paced album yet, came out in 1988. A tour stop later that year at the Cow Palace drew a rave from The Chronicle’s Joel Selvin.