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King Animal is the sixth studio album by American rock band Soundgarden . The album was released on November 13, 2012, by Seven Four Entertainment and Republic Records [7] [8] in the United States and Vertigo Records [9] in the rest of the world. Produced by both the band and Adam Kasper , the album is the band's first in sixteen years, and the first not to be released on A&M Records since 1988's Ultramega OK . However, Republic, Vertigo and A&M are all owned by Universal Music Group .

Although Cameron claimed the album would be released in 2011, [15] the recording was prolonged as guitarist Kim Thayil said that "the more we enjoy it, the more our fans should end up enjoying it." [16] On October, Cornell stated the band would return to the studio in December, as the album was "mostly done, we just need to finish a couple of songs and mix it, so that will be happening probably over the holidays." [17]

In May 2012, the band reported that they were eyeing a release that October. [18] On September 17, 2012, it was announced that the album would be titled, King Animal and would be released on November 13, 2012. [19] Explaining the title King Animal , Cornell declared that it relates to how the how band "were a big fish in a small pond, and we sort of graduated. There was a sense of us feeling like it was us four against the world. We clearly had that from the very beginning. In some weird way after all this time, we persevered. The album kind of stands out as a symbol and an indication of that." [20]

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King Animal ; Studio album by Soundgarden; Released: November 13, 2012 ( 2012 -11-13) Recorded: February 2011 – August 2012 : Genre

Serious Hits... Live ! is the name of Phil Collins' 1990 live album with a CD as well as the DVD video recording of that concert. The songs on the CD version are taken ...

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King Animal is the sixth studio album by American rock band Soundgarden . The album was released on November 13, 2012, by Seven Four Entertainment and Republic Records [7] [8] in the United States and Vertigo Records [9] in the rest of the world. Produced by both the band and Adam Kasper , the album is the band's first in sixteen years, and the first not to be released on A&M Records since 1988's Ultramega OK . However, Republic, Vertigo and A&M are all owned by Universal Music Group .

Although Cameron claimed the album would be released in 2011, [15] the recording was prolonged as guitarist Kim Thayil said that "the more we enjoy it, the more our fans should end up enjoying it." [16] On October, Cornell stated the band would return to the studio in December, as the album was "mostly done, we just need to finish a couple of songs and mix it, so that will be happening probably over the holidays." [17]

In May 2012, the band reported that they were eyeing a release that October. [18] On September 17, 2012, it was announced that the album would be titled, King Animal and would be released on November 13, 2012. [19] Explaining the title King Animal , Cornell declared that it relates to how the how band "were a big fish in a small pond, and we sort of graduated. There was a sense of us feeling like it was us four against the world. We clearly had that from the very beginning. In some weird way after all this time, we persevered. The album kind of stands out as a symbol and an indication of that." [20]

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Serious Hits... Live! is the name of Phil Collins ' 1990 live album with a CD as well as the DVD video recording of that concert. The songs on the CD version are taken from various concerts during the Serious Hits! tour, though it sounds as if the CD was recorded over one entire concert. It was recorded during The Seriously, Live! World Tour . At the Brit Awards in 1992 , the album brought Collins a nomination for British Male Artist.

Instead of providing a live concert experience, they took the approach of putting a "hits only" selection for the album. The album has a very "stadium crowd feel" quality that various other live albums from the early 1990s had.

The live video and DVD version features one entire concert. The concert captures a live performance at Berlin 's Waldbühne on 15 July 1990, which Collins has hailed as his best performance due to the energy of the German people after the fall of the Berlin Wall . On the final song of the album, Collins thanks the fans in Chicago. The DVD presents an in-depth personal look at his solo concert experience. Special moments include the crowd not allowing the concert to continue with prolonged applause after " Something Happened on the Way to Heaven " and the lighter vigil during "Doesn't Anybody Stay Together Anymore".