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N. cat Artista Titolo (Formato) Etichetta N. cat Paese Anno
AS-11435 Trussel Love Injection(12") Elektra AS-11435 US 1979 Vendi questa versione
AS-11435 Trussel Love Injection(12") Elektra AS-11435 US 1979 Vendi questa versione
K 12412 (T) Trussel Love Injection(12") Elektra K 12412 (T) UK 1979 Vendi questa versione
AS-11435 Trussel Love Injection(12", Promo) Elektra AS-11435 US 1979 Vendi questa versione
K 12412 Trussel Love Injection(7") Elektra K 12412 UK 1979 Vendi questa versione
E-46560 Trussel Love Injection(7") Elektra E-46560 US 1979 Vendi questa versione
E-46560 Trussel Love Injection(7", Promo) Elektra E-46560 US 1979 Vendi questa versione
K12412 Trussel Love Injection(12", RE) Elektra K12412 UK 1982 Vendi questa versione

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eddieaudio

eddieaudio

06 novembre 2006
modificato over 11 years ago
riferendosi a Love Injection, 12", AS-11435
I recorded these song at Earmark Studios in Philadelphia along with studio owner Steve Bruno and future Epic exec producer John Doelp. We were all excited to work with Fred W.

There was both an 12-inch as well as a 7-inch version, I mixed the 7-inch. It was a fun track to record and mix and I was really psyched to hear it on the radio while driving from philly to NYC, probaly on 92 wktu or somethign like that. I was disappointed with the mastering that seemed to affect certain Elektra product at that time - the amount of d-essing on the 7-inch is pretty horrendous.

Earmark was a very basic studio by modern times. We had a 3M M-79 tape machine, an MCI JH-16 console, two studer B-67 two-track recorders, two keypex Gain Brain dynamics processors and a spring reverb.

no sampling was available at the time, the only digital device was an eventide harmonizer.
eddieaudio

eddieaudio

06 novembre 2006
modificato over 11 years ago
riferendosi a Love Injection, 12", K 12412 (T)
I recorded these songs at Earmark Studios in Philadelphia along with studio owner Steve Bruno and future Epic exec producer John Doelp.

There was both an 12-inch as well as a 7-inch version. It was a fun track to record and mix and I was really psyched to hear it on the radio while driving from philly to NYC, probaly on 92 wktu or somethign like that. I was disappointed with the mastering that seemed to affect certain Elektra product at that time - the amount of d-essing on the 7-inch is pretty horrendous.

Earmark was a very basic studio by modern times. We had a 3m M-79 tape machine, an MCI JH-16 console, two studer B-67 two-track recorders, two keypex Gain Brain dynamics processors and a spring reverb.

no sampling was available at the time, the only digital device was an eventide harmonizer.

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eddieaudio

eddieaudio

06 novembre 2006
modificato over 11 years ago
riferendosi a Love Injection, 7", K 12412
I recorded these songs at Earmark Studios in Philadelphia along with studio owner Steve Bruno and future Epic exec producer John Doelp.

There was both an 12-inch as well as a 7-inch version. It was a fun track to record and mix and I was really psyched to hear it on the radio while driving from philly to NYC, probaly on 92 wktu or somethign like that. I was disappointed with the mastering that seemed to affect certain Elektra product at that time - the amount of d-essing on the 7-inch is pretty horrendous.

Earmark was a very basic studio by modern times. We had a 3m M-79 tape machine, an MCI JH-16 console, two studer B-67 two-track recorders, two keypex Gain Brain dynamics processors and a spring reverb.

no sampling was available at the time, the only digital device was an eventide harmonizer.