Generation X is the first studio album by English punk rock band Generation X, released 17 March 1978 by Chrysalis Records. It was produced by Martin Rushent. One single, "Ready Steady Go", was issued in February 1978 prior to the album's release which reached in the United Kingdom's Singles Chart. Generation X was recorded at TW Studios in Fulham, West London, during November-December 1977, with the producer Martin Rushent and the engineer Alan Winstanley.
The Greatest Generation is the fourth studio album by American rock band the Wonder Years. The album was produced by Steve Evetts, who also produced their previous album, Suburbia I've Given You All and Now I'm Nothing. On January 13, 2013, Campbell posted that the group had finished pre-production. On February 12, the band announced they had finished recording.
From Generation To Generation: A Legacy of Lullabies, 2003.
Third single from five, released from their debit album "From A to B". New Musik formed in 1977 in London, growing out of a casual band of South London school friends who jammed together under the name End of the World. Songwriter and record producer Tony Mansfield was the lead vocalist and frontman for the band, who was also a former member of the Nick Straker Band, and was joined in the original line-up by Straker, bassist Tony Hibbert and drummer Phil Towner.
In Treasure Yourself, international supermodel Miranda Kerr offers her own view on how her generation and those following can achieve greater health and happiness.