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Best Producers - #2 Beau Hill


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American dude who's early work especially had an undeniable influence on the entire scene. Some of the albums he produced are below. Which is your favourite?

Airrace - Shaft of Light

Ratt - Out of the Cellar, Invasion of Your Privacy

Kix - Midnite Dynamite

Fiona - Beyond the Pale, Heart Like a Gun

Alice Cooper - Constrictor 

Twisted Sister - Love is for Suckers

Roxx Gang - Things You've Never Done Before

Winger - Winger, In the Heart of the Young

Beau Nasty - Dirty but Well Dressed

Steve Stevens - Atomic Playboys

Warrant - Dirty Rotten Stinkin Filthy Rich, Cherry Pie

Dirty White Boy - Bad Reputation

Europe - Prisoners in Paradise

 

 

 

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I didn't realise he did the Roxx Gang album. Nice. Impressive batch. Favourite would be the Europe album. 

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8 minutes ago, Glen said:

ha ha , hate to say it but some of those albums had a weak production imo 

C'mon. You didn't hate saying that. ;}

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Kix - Midnite Dynamite - but the Re-Lit version that he remixed is tons better than the original.

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Airrace and the Winger albums from that list as well as the first 2 Fiona discs, which are both solid. . Streets 'Crimes In Mind' was a goodie too

As Glen said a bit up and down as a producer, some good, some not so. 

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From that list

Europe

but I like the Winger discs,Dirty White Boy,Alice Cooper and Beau Nasty

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