Steve Albini

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'''Steve Albini''' is a zine writer, record producer, and musician. A native of Missoula, Montana, Albini began penning columns and reviews in the early 1980's. His writings have appeared in [[Matter]], [[Forced Exposure]], [[The Baffler]], [[Tape Op]], and [[Maximum Rock N Roll]]. His essay "The Problem With Music" (an attack on the major labels) is widely reprinted.  
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'''Steve Albini''' is a zine writer, record producer, and independent musician.  
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'''Steve Albini''' is best known as a record producer (he prefers the term "recording engineer"), and is credited with recording 2,000 records and CDs. He is the owner and founder of the '''Electrical Audio''' recording studio in Chicago.  
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A native of Missoula, Montana, Albini began penning columns and reviews in the early 1980's. His writings have appeared in [[Matter]], [[Forced Exposure]], [[The Baffler]], [[Tape Op]], and [[Maximum Rock N Roll]]. His essay "The Problem With Music" (an attack on the major labels) is widely reprinted.  
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Albini continues to work with unknown underground musicians, as well as big name acts like '''The Stooges''' and '''Cheap Trick'''.  
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'''Steve Albini''' is best known as a record producer (he prefers the term "recording engineer"), and is credited with recording 2,000 records and CDs. He is the owner and founder of the Electrical Audio recording studio in Chicago.  
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'''Steve Albini''' is the lead singer and guitarist for Shellac, and former lead singer of the pioneering noise band '''Big Black'''.
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Albini continues to work with a variety of underground and better known musicians.
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Steve Albini is the lead singer and guitarist for Shellac, and is the former front man of the pioneering industrial / noise band Big Black.
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==Contributions==
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*[[The Baffler]]
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*[[Forced Exposure]]
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*[[Matter]]
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*[[Maximum Rock 'N' Roll]]
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*[[Tape Op]]
==External Links==
==External Links==
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* [[http://www.negativland.com/albini.html The Problem With Music]]
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* [http://www.negativland.com/albini.html The Problem With Music]
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* [[http://www.electrical.com/ Electrical Audio recording studio]]
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* [http://www.electrical.com/ Electrical Audio recording studio]
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* [[http://www.dementlieu.com/~obik/arc/other/kreuzen_fe10.html Die Kreuzen interview by Steve Albini from Forced Exposure #10]]
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* [http://www.dementlieu.com/~obik/arc/other/kreuzen_fe10.html Die Kreuzen interview by Steve Albini from Forced Exposure #10]
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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Albini#Recording_work Steve Albini biography from Wikipedia]]
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Albini#Recording_work Steve Albini biography from Wikipedia]
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Steve Albini is a zine writer, record producer, and independent musician.

A native of Missoula, Montana, Albini began penning columns and reviews in the early 1980's. His writings have appeared in Matter, Forced Exposure, The Baffler, Tape Op, and Maximum Rock N Roll. His essay "The Problem With Music" (an attack on the major labels) is widely reprinted.

Steve Albini is best known as a record producer (he prefers the term "recording engineer"), and is credited with recording 2,000 records and CDs. He is the owner and founder of the Electrical Audio recording studio in Chicago.

Albini continues to work with a variety of underground and better known musicians.

Steve Albini is the lead singer and guitarist for Shellac, and is the former front man of the pioneering industrial / noise band Big Black.

Contributions

External Links

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