Cross (also known as † and Justice) is the debut studio album by French electronic music duo Justice. It was first released digitally on 11 June 2007, and later on 18 June through Ed Banger Records and Because Music in most countries and Vice Records in the United States. Recorded during 2005 and 2006 in Paris, Cross was aimed to be an "opera-disco" album. It features many samples and "microsamples" throughout, with about 400 albums being used as sampled material.
El Camino is the seventh studio album by American rock duo the Black Keys. It was co-produced by Danger Mouse and the group, and was released on Nonesuch Records on December 6, 2011. The record was the band's follow-up to their commercial breakthrough, Brothers (2010), and was their third collaboration with Danger Mouse. El Camino draws from popular genres of the 1950s to 1970s, such as rock and roll, glam rock, rockabilly, surf rock and soul
Art by Michelle Buxeda added 3 new photos to the album El Cadejo. 25 March at 12:21 ·. I'm revisiting one of the concepts I created for my senior project at UF. As I was flipping through my designs, I noticed that my concept for El Cadejo was a bit lacking. It's a good idea, but I need to develop it a little more. I also want to teach myself some organic 3D modeling, so I thought this would be the perfect project to start with!
El Camino ("the road", "way", "path") may refer to: El Camino College, community college in Los Angeles County, California. El Camino Hospital, hospital in Mountain View, California. El Camino (film), a 2000 Argentine film. El Camino (Adriana Evans album), a 2007 album by Adriana Evans. El Camino (The Black Keys album), a 2011 album by the band The Black Keys. El Camino (Vox Dei album), 2005 album by Vox Dei. Songs. El Camino", a song from Ween's 1990 album GodWeenSatan: The Oneness.
The Black Keys’ new album El Camino will be released December 6 on Nonesuch Records. Produced by Danger Mouse and The Black Keys, the 11-track album was recorded at singer/guitarist Dan Auerbach’s Easy Eye Sound studio in the band’s new hometown of Nashville during the spring of 2011. El Camino follows the most successful two years in The Black Keys’ career. In May 2010 they released their breakthrough album, Brothers, to widespread critical acclaim. Debuting at in the US, it went on to win three Grammy Awards and an MTV Video Music.