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4th Nov '17 3:49:13 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* Rick Rubin is famous for largely leaving bands to their own devices instead of taking an active role. This is part of the reason why Corey Taylor regrets having worked with him on ''Vol. 3''; by his own admission, Slipknot was mired in dysfunction at the time and really needed a producer who could give them a good kick in the ass and unite them, and Rubin's ''extremely'' laissez-faire approach was the absolute last thing that they needed from a producer at the time.
4th Nov '17 3:41:52 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* Music/CannibalCorpse worked with [[Music/HateEternal Erik Rutan]] from ''Kill'' to ''Torture'' before they decided to change it up with Mark Lewis for 2014's ''A Skeletal Domain''. They returned to Rutan for 2017's ''Red Before Black'', and statements from band members indicate that they felt that Lewis' crisp, polished production style was not the best fit for them and that Rutan was better suited to bringing out the aggression and dirt that they wanted, in addition to being a very good friend of theirs who understood them in and out.
13th Sep '17 10:45:57 AM Twentington
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* All of Music/TimMcGraw's material to date has been produced by Byron Gallimore except for his little-known debut single "What Room was the Holiday In", which was produced by Doug Johnson instead. James Stroud co-produced with Gallimore for the rest of [=McGraw=]'s self-titled debut through ''Set This Circus Down'' in 2001; Darran Smith (Tim's guitarist) took over the co-production role from ''Tim [=McGraw=] and the Dancehall Doctors'' (2002) until ''Emotional Traffic'' (2012), Tim's last album for Curb Records. Following his move to Big Machine Records immediately after the latter, Smith departed as co-producer, leaving just [=McGraw=] and Gallimore for everything since.
** [=McGraw=] and Gallimore also produced for labelmate Jo Dee Messina from 1996 through 2006, except for her 2002 album ''A Joyful Noise'', which was produced by Brent Maher (best known for producing The Judds). Also, the [=McGraw=]/Gallimore team only produced three tracks on 2005's ''Delicious Surprise'', while Messina produced the rest of the album (something she hadn't done previously) with Gallimore on some tracks, and Mark Bright on others.

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* All of Music/TimMcGraw's material to date has been produced co-produced by Byron Gallimore except for his little-known debut single "What Room was the Holiday In", which was produced by Doug Johnson instead. James Stroud co-produced with Gallimore for the rest of [=McGraw=]'s self-titled debut through ''Set This Circus Down'' in 2001; Darran Smith (Tim's guitarist) took over the co-production role from ''Tim [=McGraw=] and the Dancehall Doctors'' (2002) until ''Emotional Traffic'' (2012), Tim's last album for Curb Records. Following his move to Big Machine Records immediately after the latter, Smith departed as co-producer, leaving it's been just [=McGraw=] and Gallimore for everything since.
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** [=McGraw=] and Gallimore also produced for labelmate Jo Dee Messina from 1996 through 2006, except for her 2002 album ''A Joyful Noise'', which was Christmas album. The two also produced by Brent Maher (best known for producing The Judds). Also, Clark Family Experience (who, like [=McGraw=], were on Curb at the [=McGraw=]/Gallimore team only produced three tracks on 2005's ''Delicious Surprise'', while Messina produced the rest of the album (something she hadn't done previously) time), along with Gallimore on some tracks, Lori [=McKenna=] and Mark Bright on others.Halfway to Hazard, who recorded for the short-lived Stylesonic label that the two owned.
31st Aug '17 1:35:21 PM Twentington
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* In TheEighties, Jeff Stevens fronted the band Jeff Stevens and the Bullets, which had a couple minor chart entries. He later turned to songwriting, and made his production debut on Jerry Kilgore's ''Love Trip''. He returned to production on Music/LukeBryan's 2007 debut "All My Friends Say", and has held his role as Bryan's producer ever since. His son Jody, formerly one-half of the duo Fast Ryde, produced (and played every instrument on) Cole Swindell's debut single "Chillin' It", and co-produced with his father on Bryan's 2015 album ''Kill the Lights''.

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* In TheEighties, Jeff Stevens fronted the band Jeff Stevens and the Bullets, which had a couple minor chart entries. He later turned to songwriting, and made his production debut on Jerry Kilgore's ''Love Trip''. He returned to production on Music/LukeBryan's in 2007 debut "All My Friends Say", when he started with Music/LukeBryan, and has held his role as Bryan's producer worked with him ever since. since (although Mark Bright assisted on "Country Girl (Shake It for Me)", and Bryan produced the ''Farm Tour... Here's to the Farmer'' digital EP with songwriters Ashley Gorley and Dallas Davidson). His son Jody, formerly one-half of the duo Fast Ryde, produced (and played every instrument on) Cole Swindell's debut single "Chillin' It", and co-produced started co-producing Bryan with his father on Bryan's 2015 album dad starting with 2015's ''Kill the Lights''.
30th Jul '17 3:20:55 PM bt8257
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* Tony Visconti for Music/DavidBowie. The albums he recorded with David Bowie, ''[[Music/LowDavidBowieAlbum Low]]'', ''Music/{{Heroes}}'', ''Music/{{Lodger}}'' and ''Music/ScaryMonstersAndSuperCreeps'' are among the most critically acclaimed of Bowie's career. Following his split with Visconti in the '80s, Bowie produced ''Music/LetsDance'' (his biggest commercial hit, but considered by many to be too 'polished' to be a proper Bowie album) and the derided ''Tonight'', ''Never Let Me Down'' and ''Tin Machine'' albums. Their renewed association in the 21st century produced, among other things, 2013's well-regarded ''The Next Day''.

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* Tony Visconti for Music/DavidBowie. The albums he recorded with David Bowie, ''[[Music/LowDavidBowieAlbum Low]]'', ''Music/{{Heroes}}'', ''Music/HeroesDavidBowieAlbum'', ''Music/{{Lodger}}'' and ''Music/ScaryMonstersAndSuperCreeps'' are among the most critically acclaimed of Bowie's career. Following his split with Visconti in the '80s, Bowie produced ''Music/LetsDance'' (his biggest commercial hit, but considered by many to be too 'polished' to be a proper Bowie album) and the derided ''Tonight'', ''Never Let Me Down'' and ''Tin Machine'' albums. Their renewed association in the 21st century produced, among other things, 2013's well-regarded ''The Next Day''.
23rd Jul '17 1:53:28 PM DavidDelony
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** Despite -- [[BunnyEarsLawyer or perhaps because of]] -- all of his eccentricities, Hannett was heralded as a production genius who effectively invented the sonic pallete of PostPunk and GothRock with his pioneering work with the AMS Digital Delay Circuit. Former Pitchfork writer Chris Ott explains thusly in his ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoodNwr7RZE Shallow Rewards]]'' video series:

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** Despite -- [[BunnyEarsLawyer or perhaps because of]] -- all of his eccentricities, Hannett was heralded as a production genius who effectively invented the sonic pallete palette of PostPunk and GothRock with his pioneering work with the AMS Digital Delay Circuit. Former Pitchfork writer Chris Ott explains thusly in his ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoodNwr7RZE Shallow Rewards]]'' video series:
23rd Jul '17 1:52:19 PM DavidDelony
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** Despite -- [[BunnyEarsLawyer or perhaps because of]] -- all of his eccentricities, Hannett was heralded as a production genius who effectively invented the sonic palate of PostPunk and GothRock with his pioneering work with the AMS Digital Delay Circuit. Former Pitchfork writer Chris Ott explains thusly in his ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoodNwr7RZE Shallow Rewards]]'' video series:

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** Despite -- [[BunnyEarsLawyer or perhaps because of]] -- all of his eccentricities, Hannett was heralded as a production genius who effectively invented the sonic palate pallete of PostPunk and GothRock with his pioneering work with the AMS Digital Delay Circuit. Former Pitchfork writer Chris Ott explains thusly in his ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoodNwr7RZE Shallow Rewards]]'' video series:
17th Jul '17 4:54:11 AM StFan
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* Gil Norton - spacey, aggressive AlternativeRock (Music/ThePixies, James, Music/{{Belly}}, Music/CatherineWheel, Music/FooFighters) or whiny {{Post-Grunge}}y indie rock (Music/DashboardConfessional, Music/JimmyEatWorld).

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* Gil Norton - spacey, aggressive AlternativeRock (Music/ThePixies, James, Music/{{Belly}}, Music/CatherineWheel, Music/FooFighters) or whiny {{Post-Grunge}}y PostGrunge indie rock (Music/DashboardConfessional, Music/JimmyEatWorld).
14th Jun '17 12:38:49 AM bt8257
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* Tony Visconti for Music/DavidBowie. The albums he recorded with David Bowie, ''[[Music/LowDavidBowieAlbum Low]]'', ''Music/{{Heroes}}'', ''Lodger'' and ''Music/ScaryMonstersAndSuperCreeps'' are among the most critically acclaimed of Bowie's career. Following his split with Visconti in the '80s, Bowie produced ''Music/LetsDance'' (his biggest commercial hit, but considered by many to be too 'polished' to be a proper Bowie album) and the derided ''Tonight'', ''Never Let Me Down'' and ''Tin Machine'' albums. Their renewed association in the 21st century produced, among other things, 2013's well-regarded ''The Next Day''.

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* Tony Visconti for Music/DavidBowie. The albums he recorded with David Bowie, ''[[Music/LowDavidBowieAlbum Low]]'', ''Music/{{Heroes}}'', ''Lodger'' ''Music/{{Lodger}}'' and ''Music/ScaryMonstersAndSuperCreeps'' are among the most critically acclaimed of Bowie's career. Following his split with Visconti in the '80s, Bowie produced ''Music/LetsDance'' (his biggest commercial hit, but considered by many to be too 'polished' to be a proper Bowie album) and the derided ''Tonight'', ''Never Let Me Down'' and ''Tin Machine'' albums. Their renewed association in the 21st century produced, among other things, 2013's well-regarded ''The Next Day''.
12th Jun '17 2:43:20 AM Morgenthaler
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* Music/JimSteinman - a grandiose, bombastic sound that is equal parts Bruce Springsteen and Music/RichardWagner. He perfected this style with MeatLoaf and Bonnie Tyler, and it's very much in evidence on a variety of one-shot singles he's done with other artists (Air Supply's "Making Love Out of Nothing at All", Music/CelineDion's "It's All Coming Back to Me Now").

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* Music/JimSteinman - a grandiose, bombastic sound that is equal parts Bruce Springsteen and Music/RichardWagner. He perfected this style with MeatLoaf Music/MeatLoaf and Bonnie Tyler, and it's very much in evidence on a variety of one-shot singles he's done with other artists (Air Supply's "Making Love Out of Nothing at All", Music/CelineDion's "It's All Coming Back to Me Now").
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