Vertigo is the third album by the New Flamenco artist Jesse Cook. Musicians vary by track, including Jesse Cook, Stanley Dural Jr. aka Buckwheat Zydeco, Art Avalos, Ofra Harnoy, Blake Manning, Carmen Romero, Djivan Gasparyan, George Koller, Mario Melo, Etric Lyons, and Holly Cole. The final track, "Fragile," includes a second song.
"Vertigo" is the opening track and first single from U2's 2004 album, How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb. The single was released for airplay on September 24, 2004; upon release the song received extensive airplay and was an international smash hit. It won 'Best Rock Song', 'Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal' and 'Best Short Form Music Video' at the 2005 Grammy awards.
Vertigo is a studio album by John 5. The album was also partly produced, engineered and mixed by Billy Sherwood, who also plays some lap steel and bass on the album. Other performers include Jay Schellen (drums), Kevin Savigar (co-writer, keys, programming, engineer, producer), "Bourbon" Bob Bartell (bass), Graham Ward (drums).
Vertigo was a 1990 album by Australian electronic-synthpop group Boxcar released by Volition Records in Australia (voltcd24) and by Arista Records (ARCD8610) in the United States. The single "Freemason (You Broke The Promise)" in 1988 hit number 8 in the United States Billboard dance music chart. "Insect" (remixed by noted producer Arthur Baker) and "Gas Stop (Who Do You Think You Are?)" (remixed by Francois Kevorkian) both charted in the US but had little local impact - "Gas Stop" peaked at #82 on the ARIA singles chart.
Vertigo is the second album for Groove Armada, released in 1999 on the Jive Electro record label. It contains the well known single "At The River", and in addition, the last track on the album has been featured in adverts for the Renault Megane.