Albums produced by Josh Abraham

Posted Jan 16, 2012
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  1. Set the World on Fire

    Set the World on Fire (2011)


    Set the World on Fire is the second studio album by American rock band Black Veil Brides, released through Lava Records/Universal Republic Records on June 14, 2011. It is the first Black Veil Brides album with Christian "CC" Coma playing the drums. He replaced Sandra Alvarenga after her departure to join the band Modern Day Escape. The title track, "Set the World on Fire," was intended for use in Scream 4, but it was not included in the film. Instead, an extended preview was released for fans. "Fallen Angels" was the first single released in support of the album, accompanied by a music video directed by Nathan Cox. On May 3, a preview for another song titled "Youth and Whisky", was released online. It was then announced that the single had been pushed back on iTunes to May 10, and would be provided free of charge to those who pre-ordered the album simultaneously. The full track listing of the album was released on iTunes, with an exclusive bonus track, titled "Smoke and Mirrors". On May 10, official pre-order packages became available on the official BVB Army website. On May 23, it was announced that the song "Set the World on Fire" would be featured in Transformers: Dark of the Moon and would be the official theme song for WWE Hell in a Cell (2011). During a live stream from Black Veil Brides Stickam channel on May 30, they announced that the music video for their next single, "The Legacy" would premiere on YouTube on June 6, 2011. The next music video to be released from the album was "Rebel Love Song". Two months after being announced, the music video was released via YouTube on October 19, 2011.

  2. Chocolate Starfish And The Hot Dog Flavored Water

    Chocolate Starfish And The Hot Dog Flavored Water (2000)


    Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water is the third studio album by Limp Bizkit, it was released on October 17, 2000, by Interscope Records and Flip Records. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, selling 1.05 million copies in its first week, making it the fastest-selling rock album, breaking the record held for 7 years, since Pearl Jam's album Vs. (1993). The album became the eighteenth best-selling album of the 2000s in the United States.

  3. Sale El Sol

    Sale El Sol (2010)


    Sale el Sol (English: The Sun Comes Out) is the ninth studio album by Colombian singer-songwriter Shakira, released on 19 October 2010, by Epic Records. The album marks a musical return to Shakira's "roots" after the electropop record She Wolf (2009). The singer split the album into three "directions": a romantic side, a "rock and roll" side, and a "Latino, tropical" side. The latter two "directions" experiment with rock and merengue music, respectively. As co-producer, Shakira enlisted collaborators including Josh Abraham, El Cata, Gustavo Cerati, John Hill, Lester Mendez, and Residente Calle 13.

  4. I'm Not Dead

    I'm Not Dead (2006)


    I'm Not Dead is the fourth studio album by the American recording artist and songwriter Pink. The album was released on April 4, 2006 through LaFace Records to coincide the same release date of Pink's first album, Can't Take Me Home.

  5. One Woman Army

    One Woman Army (2013)


    Ciara is the eponymously titled fifth studio album by American recording artist Ciara, which was released on July 9, 2013, by Sony Music Entertainment. This album is the artist's first release under Epic, since publicly asking the now-defunct Jive Records to release her from her contractual obligations. The singer cited a lack of label support and financial funding for her previous albums Fantasy Ride (2009) and Basic Instinct (2010). On this fifth studio album, Ciara is reunited with her long-term mentor and friend L.A. Reid, chairman of Epic Records. Reid is credited with discovering Ciara in 2003 along with signing her to his LaFace Records label and executive-producing her debut studio album, Goodies (2004).

  6. A Beautiful Lie

    A Beautiful Lie (2005)


    A Beautiful Lie is the second album by American alternative rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars. It was released on August 30, 2005 through Virgin Records and was produced by Josh Abraham. The album produced four singles, "Attack," "The Kill," "From Yesterday," and "A Beautiful Lie"; of which three of those four singles managed to chart within the top 30 on the U.S. Modern Rock chart, with "The Kill" and "From Yesterday" entering the top three. A Beautiful Lie received positive reviews from music critics, many praising the album for the band's new sound from their debut album. The success of the album had helped the band receive accolades for their singles such as "The Kill" and "From Yesterday".

  7. Break The Cycle

    Break The Cycle (2001)


    Break the Cycle is the third studio album of the American rock band Staind, released through Elektra Entertainment and Flip Records in 2001. It is Staind's most successful album to date, and was the album that broke them into the mainstream. It was a huge international success for the band, as it spent 3 weeks at number 1 position in the U.S. album charts and many weeks in the top 10 album charts of The Billboard 200, the UK and New Zealand. It sold 4 million copies in 2001. The album was certified 5x platinum by the RIAA.

  8. Stronger

    Stronger (2011)


    Stronger is the fifth studio album by American singer Kelly Clarkson. The album was released on October 21, 2011, in Australia and October 24, 2011, in the United States and the United Kingdom by RCA Records. The thirteen-song track-list (seventeen on the deluxe edition) features Clarkson collaborating with new producers Greg Kurstin, Steve Jordan, Rodney Jerkins, Toby Gad, Brian Kennedy and Ester Dean, as well as recording with Howard Benson whom she collaborated with on her previous album, All I Ever Wanted (2009). Wanting to stray away sonically from her previous albums, Clarkson's main objective was to record her vocal performances as it is heard in her live sets, and used as little auto-tune processing as possible. The album also marked the first release by Clarkson that did not cause a conflict with RCA; her previous records, most notably My December, were released amidst conflict and controversy.

  9. 14 Shades Of Grey

    14 Shades Of Grey (2003)


    14 Shades of Grey is the fourth studio album by American rock band Staind, released on May 20, 2003. The album continues to develop a post-grunge sound seen on the band's previous album Break the Cycle, though the songs on 14 Shades of Grey have fewer pop hooks, focusing more on frontman Aaron Lewis's emotions.

  10. Christ Illusion

    Christ Illusion (2006)


    Christ Illusion is the tenth studio album by the American thrash metal band Slayer. Released on August 8, 2006, the album received generally favorable critical reviews, and it entered the Billboard 200 at number 5—the band's highest U.S. chart position to date. Christ Illusion includes the Grammy Award-winning songs "Eyes of the Insane" and "Final Six", and is the band's first studio album to feature original drummer Dave Lombardo since 1990's Seasons in the Abyss. It is also the first time since Divine Intervention that they recorded songs in D# tuning. The songs "Jihad", "Flesh Storm", "Catalyst" and "Consfearacy" were recorded in D# tuning, while the songs "Catatonic", "Eyes of the Insane", "Skeleton Christ" and "Supremist" were recorded in Drop B tuning. The remaining songs were recorded in C# tuning.

  11. The Gift Of Game

    The Gift Of Game (1999)


    The Gift of Game is the first album by Los Angeles band Crazy Town. It was released on November 9, 1999 in the U.S. by Columbia Records. The album yielded the band its biggest hit to date with "Butterfly" which reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on March 24, 2001.

  12. Kiss

    Kiss (2012)


    Kiss is the second studio album by Canadian recording artist Carly Rae Jepsen. It was released on September 14, 2012, by 604, Schoolboy and Interscope Records. After her debut, Tug of War (2008), which managed to receive success in Canada but was never released worldwide, Kiss became Jepsen's first internationally released album. Songs on the album are in the nu-disco, dance-pop, and teen pop genres, drawing inspiration from The Cars, Madonna, and Swedish performer, Robyn. Featuring production from a wide collection of producers including Dallas Austin, Josh Ramsay, and Redfoo, the album features a track with guest vocals from Justin Bieber.

  13. Glassheart

    Glassheart (2012)


    Glassheart is the third studio album by British recording artist Leona Lewis, released on 12 October 2012 by Syco Music and RCA Records. The album is Lewis' first under RCA Records after parent company Sony Music Entertainment closed J Records and relocated its artists. Glassheart was conceived in 2010 shortly after the completion of Lewis' first headline tour, The Labyrinth. Recording and production took place in Denver, Los Angeles and London; originally the album was due for release in November 2011 but was pushed back several times to accommodate new recording sessions and allow more creative time.

  14. A Death-Grip On Yesterday

    A Death-Grip On Yesterday (2006)


    A Death-Grip On Yesterday is the third studio album from American metalcore band Atreyu. It was released on March 28, 2006 through Victory Records.

  15. Shadow Zone

    Shadow Zone (2003)


    Shadow Zone is the third album by the band Static-X, released on October 7, 2003. Marked by many personnel and stylistic changes, the album sports a much more melodic sound than any other work in their catalog, while still staying in the confines of their industrial metal and nu metal sound.

  16. Beneath... Between... Beyond

    Beneath... Between... Beyond (2004)


    Beneath... Between... Beyond... is an album released in 2004 by the band Static-X. It is a compilation of previously unreleased tracks, remixes, cover versions, and the band's original demo tracks. A track with the same title appeared as a bonus track on iTunes version of the band's album Cannibal, released three years later.

  17. Trespassing

    Trespassing (2012)


    Trespassing is the second studio album by American recording artist Adam Lambert, released on May 15, 2012 by RCA Records Originally scheduled for March 20, 2012, the album was pushed back for two months in order to add more songs and collaborations. In late March, alongside the reveal of snippets of four album tracks, Lambert announced on Twitter that the album would be released on May 15, 2012. Lambert is the executive producer on Trespassing, as well as a principal writer.

  18. America's Sweetheart

    America's Sweetheart (2004)


    America's Sweetheart is the debut studio album by American alternative rock musician Courtney Love, released worldwide on February 10, 2004 by Virgin Records. Her first official release after her former band Hole's break-up, the album's sound diverged significantly in musical and lyrical content to Hole's three previous studio albums: Pretty on the Inside (1991), Live Through This (1994) and Celebrity Skin (1998). The recording process of the album began in summer 2001 in Los Angeles, California, however, was affected drastically by a number of personal and legal issues by Love; including her drug problems, the disbandment of Hole, the controversy surrounding Nirvana's upcoming box set, and legal problems with various record labels. In spring 2003, Love traveled to southern France to re-record the album, however, according to Love, she "just wanted to be in a château for six months and do drugs." The album had three main producers, one of whom, James Barber, was Love's partner at the time.

  19. Fight For Love

    Fight For Love (2009)


    Fight for Love is the second album by American pop singer Elliott Yamin, released on May 5, 2009, by the independent label Hickory Records and distributed through Sony BMG-owned RED Distribution. It was released in Japan on May 20, 2009, by Avex Trax. A Premium Edition of the album was released in Japan on October 21, 2009, which contains 20 tracks and includes a DVD of videos.

  20. Hotel Paper

    Hotel Paper (2003)


    Hotel Paper is the second studio album by American singer-songwriter Michelle Branch which was released on June 24, 2003.


    CANDYASS (1998)


    Candyass is the debut album of the Industrial rock band Orgy. It was released on August 18, 1998.

  22. Life

    Life (2001)


    Life (stylized LIFE) is the second studio album by nu metal band Dope. It was released on November 6, 2001 on Epic Records, and has sold over 73,000 copies in the U.S. The album's sound bears a resemblance to those of Marilyn Manson and features rap-metal influences.

  23. Joy

    Joy (2010)


    Joy is the second studio album released by Canadian singer-songwriter Fefe Dobson, and third studio album to be recorded. It was released on November 22, 2010 on Island Records in Canada and November 30, 2010 on 21 Music in the United States after taking almost four years to complete. It candidly follows Dobson's evolution as an artist as well as transition from the indie type of music she originally put together for Joy, to the mainstream pop hits. The album was preceded by the release of the two buzz singles "Watch Me Move" and "I Want You", which were then followed-up by the three top 20 official singles "Ghost", "Stuttering" and "Can't Breathe", all of which have at least one music video.

  24. Contraband

    Contraband (2004)


    Contraband is the debut studio album by American hard rock band Velvet Revolver, released on June 8, 2004 by RCA Records. A commercial success, Contraband debuted at number one on the American Billboard 200 chart and was certified double platinum by the RIAA.

  25. Egypt Central

    Egypt Central (2007)


    Egypt Central is the self-titled debut album by the rock music group Egypt Central. The album was recorded while the band was signed to Lava Records, only to get dropped before the album was released. Due to the overwhelming number of people wanting the album, the band self-released it on April 26, 2005. The album was made available online through CD Baby and briefly through, as well as music stores throughout the Memphis area. The band signed a record deal in April, 2006 with Bieler Bros. Records, with the intention of releasing the same album. However, the band parted ways with the label in late July. The album was set for release on August 22. It received gold and platinum status in the U.S and Canada.

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