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Favorite Album Productions

My top 10 albums in terms of music production, mixing/mastering, etc. Feel free to share some of your favorites.
1Frank Turner
Love, Ire & Song


Produced by Ben LLoyd and Frank Turner. All elements blended perfectly, this is possibly the most solidly mixed album I've ever heard. The bass has a great tone as well.
2Radiohead
Kid A


Produced by Nigel Godrich and Radiohead. Lots of groundbreaking work seen on this album, including incorporation of many electronic drum-work. Some cool experimental vocal techniques too.
3Nine Inch Nails
The Downward Spiral


Produced by Trent Reznor. The obvious tone setter for a decade's worth of industrial music. The beats and vocals are real highlights.
4BT
This Binary Universe


Produced by Brian Transeau. Any fan of trance/ambient electronica should be familiar with this. The signature stutter effect really sets this album apart.
5Converge
Jane Doe


Produced by Matthew Ellard and Kurt Ballou. This may be the most fitting production for a specific band's sound I have ever heard. Guitars are very sharp and the drums have a distinct raw sound. And of course the vocal effects are solid gold.
6Wu-Tang Clan
Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)


Produced by The RZA. As revolutionary as the Clan's lyrics and delivery, this record offers countless solid beats and a great utilization of samples. Very bare bones. Old school ftw.
7TV on the Radio
Dear Science


Produced by David Sitek. A great work characterized by its use of guitar, horn, and synth layers. Lots of variety and very crisp sounding.
8Cynic
Traced in Air


Produced by Warren Riker and Cynic. Whether you feel this was over-produced or not, there's no denying that it sounds like nothing else out there. Auto-tuned vocals that aren't gay, heavy drums, and more guitar tones than you can shake a stick at.
9The Sound of Animals Fighting
The Ocean and the Sun


Produced by David Embree. They set out to make something different and they certainly did. No two songs sound very much alike, and the experimentation used in the recording process shows in finished product.
10Fear Before
Fear Before


Produced by Casey Bates. Nothing really innovative about this release, I just really like it. Great atmosphere!
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