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Artists That I'm Willing To Admit Are Over-produced...

... but I still like them. Let's be honest, though, overproduction runs rampant through modern music and it can often ruin the overall effect that music can have on a listener. I have been looking into music production as a craft, and I aim to be a rawer producer that doesn't rely very much on excessive studio tricks and polish. There are exceptions to the simple fact that overproduction can be bad. Here are some, in my own opinion.
1Jimmy Eat World
2Demon Hunter
3Cattle Decapitation
4Brand New
5Kevin Max
6Deftones
7Mae
8Smashing Pumpkins
9August Burns Red
10Biffy Clyro
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