Albums produced by Matt Wallace

Posted Jan 16, 2012
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  1. Songs About Jane

    Songs About Jane (2002)


    Songs About Jane is the official debut studio album by American pop rock band Maroon 5, released on June 25, 2002 by Octone and J Records. The album became a sleeper hit with the help of five singles that attained chart success, including the Billboard hit "Harder to Breathe" and international hits "This Love" and "She Will Be Loved".

  2. Prepare The Preparations

    Prepare The Preparations (2010)


    Prepare the Preparations is the third full-length studio album by St. Louis band Ludo. It is the band's second release on Island Records. The album was originally scheduled for an August 17 release date, but was pushed back to September 7, 2010.

  3. Perfectly Good Guitar

    Perfectly Good Guitar (1993)


    Perfectly Good Guitar was singer-songwriter John Hiatt's eleventh album, released in 1993. It was his last studio album with A&M Records, despite it being Hiatt's highest charting album ever in the US (#47), Canada (#34) and the UK (#67). The European edition of the album contains the bonus track "I'll Never Get Over You".

  4. You're Awful, I Love You

    You're Awful, I Love You (2008)


    You're Awful, I Love You is the second full-length studio album by St. Louis pop punk band Ludo and the band's first to be released by Island Records. The title comes from a lyric in their single, "Love Me Dead." The song "Love Me Dead" was featured in a summer 2008 promo for the television series House.

  5. The Real Thing

    The Real Thing (1989)


    The Real Thing is the third studio album by the American rock band Faith No More. It was first released through Slash Records on June 20, 1989. It was the first release by the band not to feature vocalist Chuck Mosley. Instead, the album featured Mike Patton from the experimental band Mr. Bungle. On this album, Faith No More advanced their sound range combining heavy metal, funk and rock.

  6. Under These Rocks and Stones

    Under These Rocks and Stones (1996)


    Under These Rocks and Stones is the first album by Canadian singer/songwriter Chantal Kreviazuk, released in 1997 (see 1997 in music). Several singles were released in Canada, including "God Made Me", "Believer", "Wayne", "Surrounded" and "Hands". "Surrounded" became the most successful hit of the parent album, generating controversy with its lyrics and eventually receiving airplay even in the US.

  7. Angel Dust

    Angel Dust (1992)


    Angel Dust is the fourth studio album by American rock band Faith No More. It was first released through Slash Records on June 8, 1992 in Europe and the United States. It is the follow-up to 1989's highly successful The Real Thing, as well as the band's final studio album with guitarist Jim Martin and the second to feature vocalist Mike Patton. It was the first album in which Patton had any substantial influence on the band's music, having been hired after the other band members had written and recorded everything for The Real Thing except vocals and some lyrics.

  8. Hiatt Comes Alive at Budokan?

    Hiatt Comes Alive at Budokan? (1994)


    Hiatt Comes Alive at Budokan? was singer-songwriter John Hiatt's twelfth album and first live album, released in 1994. The album was actually recorded at venues in North America; the title parodies both Peter Frampton's Frampton Comes Alive! and the At Budokan albums released by numerous artists.

  9. Start Static

    Start Static (2001)


    Start Static is the third full length album released by Sugarcult, released on August 21, 2001 by Rumbo Records. It was their first album to receive mainstream success. The album spawned three singles: "Bouncing off the Walls", "Stuck in America", and "Pretty Girl (The Way)".

  10. Introduce Yourself

    Introduce Yourself (1987)


    Introduce Yourself is Faith No More's second album, released in 1987. Due to the limited availability of the first album, We Care a Lot (until it was re-released on CD years later), many, including the band, once considered this Faith No More's true debut album. This album features better mixing than its predecessor, which is most evident on this album's version of the song "We Care a Lot," which also features updated, more topical, lyrics. It was the last album Chuck Mosley appeared on with the band.

  11. Haunted

    Haunted (2009)


    Haunted is the second album by American singer/songwriter Poe, released in 2000 (see 2000 in music) after a five year hiatus from her debut album Hello in 1995. The self-produced album was created as a tribute to her father, and counterpart to her brother Mark Z. Danielewski's novel House of Leaves.

  12. Ednaswap

    Ednaswap (1995)


    Ednaswap is the first album by Los Angeles band Ednaswap, released in 1995 by East West Records. It was the band's only record for the East West record label. The album was never put into wide release and the band has said that it was a disappointing experience. They were released from their contract after the album was out. Ednaswap was almost immediately signed by Island Records.

  13. 3oclockreep

    3oclockreep (2008)


    3oclockreep is a 2008 album from Paul Westerberg. It includes material recorded with The Replacements for 1989's Don't Tell a Soul. The album was released on September 1, 2008, on TuneCore for $3.99; users could also purchase the tracks separately for $3.00 and 99 cents respectively.

  14. Go

    Go (2001)


    Go is the title of the fourth album released by H2O. It was released on May 15, 2001. This and the All We Want EP are the only releases the band made with the major label, MCA Records.

  15. Don't Tell A Soul

    Don't Tell A Soul (1989)


    Don't Tell a Soul is an album released in 1989 by The Replacements.

  16. One Day Son This Will All Be Yours

    One Day Son This Will All Be Yours (2007)


    One Day Son, This Will All Be Yours is the second studio album by British alternative rock band Fightstar, released on 24 September 2007 through Institute Recordings, itself a subsidiary of independent label Gut Records. Recorded in Los Angeles and produced by Matt Wallace, the album debuted at number twenty seven on the UK Albums Chart and was preceded by the free downloadable single, "99" and first official single, "We Apologise for Nothing". As with the bands debut album, Daniel Conway digitally painted the albums artwork.

  17. Bridge

    Bridge (2001)


    Bridge is the sixth album by American jam band Blues Traveler, released May 2001 (see 2001 in music). This is Blues Traveler's first album following the 1999 death of bassist Bobby Sheehan. The album was originally titled "Bridge Out of Brooklyn."

  18. We Care a Lot

    We Care a Lot (1985)


    We Care a Lot is the debut studio album by American rock band Faith No More, originally released in November 1985 and distributed through San Francisco-based label Mordam Records. On the original vinyl release, the band is credited as "Faith. No More." on the album's liner notes, back cover, and on the record itself.

  19. Liberty Square

    Liberty Square (2005)


    Liberty Square is the debut studio album by Brazilian alternative rock band Udora. It was released on November 5, 2005 through J Records. It is the only Udora album Sepultura drummer Jean Dolabella appears on. It garnered one single, "Pieces", receiving moderate radio plays in their native Brazil and a music video that was widely aired on MTV Brasil.

  20. Headtrip to Nowhere

    Headtrip to Nowhere (2001)


    Headtrip to Nowhere is the major label debut album by the Canadian heavy metal band Flybanger. It was released on February 20, 2001, through Columbia Records. The CD is enhanced to include a video of the song "Outlived", not otherwise heard on the disc. The album was preceded by a 5-track Outlived EP which was released through Gotham Records. This included an additional disc with two tracks that later appeared on Headtrip to Nowhere. This album was Flybanger's only major release before disbanding.

  21. Chagall Guevara

    Chagall Guevara (2010)


    Chagall Guevara is the title of the only full-length album by the band Chagall Guevara, released in 1991, on MCA Records.

  22. Besterberg: The Best Of Paul Westerberg

    Besterberg: The Best Of Paul Westerberg (1905)

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    Besterberg: The Best of Paul Westerberg is a compilation album of recordings by Paul Westerberg.

  23. American Made

    American Made (2003)

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    American Made is the debut album by Wakefield, released in 2003.

  24. Nice Talking To Me

    Nice Talking To Me (2005)

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    Nice Talking to Me is the fifth studio album by the Spin Doctors. It was officially released on September 13, 2005 and features the original four members of the band.

  25. 14 Songs

    14 Songs (1993)


    14 Songs is the first official solo album from Paul Westerberg, former leader of The Replacements. In many ways, it's his second solo album, given that the final Replacements album, All Shook Down, was heavily packed with session musicians and marginalized the other three band members.

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