Good song, horrible recording


#41

but Long Time Man and Hard On For Love are the best!


#42

The Carny!


#43

I don’t like the production on Heaven or Las Vegas that much.


#44

seems to have been weirdly slowed down to sound all deep and strange for some reason too. still good but the live versions all blow it out of the water.


#45

Local Business by Titus Andronicus.

Love the songs but the production is just so flat.


#46

The worst recorded GBV track is ‘deyton ohio, Nineteen something and five’. Such a great song and a real break from their usual lyrical sytle, but the drum machine does not work for me. Wish Bob had done it with the full band


#47

Fuck are tickets for the London show still going


#48

Time After Time by Cyndi Lauper. Great song, dreadful production.


#49

Fuck off, steved.


#50

Always think Neon Bible (album) sounded really muddy. Especially compared with the great production on Funeral. Suburbs was pretty good production wise too, if lacking in actual tunage.


#51

Morning Eric!


#52

Generation Terrorists


#53


#54

Exactly


#55

Almost posted Motorcycle Emptiness myself. Obviously it’s a beloved track now, but that’s mostly hindsight - it would definitely have been so much better with real drums.

Sean is still annoyed about it:


#56

Heard the 2003 version?


#57

They should have told the producer to gtfo


#58

Heard the US mixes with drums not by Sean?


#59

Listen to the live stuff on How The West Was Won by Led Zep

Then listen to The Ocean, Dancing Days, Over The Hills And Far Away and as @ericV says, No Quarter on Houses Of The Holy

Page is always mentioned as a great producer but the studio versions of those songs are absolutely fucking shite


#60

Funeral was mastered so loud, though. kind of a difficult listen.