The Producer Switch – Ep455

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We’re back this week with a new concept we think you’ll enjoy as we ponder The Producer Switch! A producer can, many times, make or break an album. Sometimes they can bring it to another level and, conversely, can hold back the potential of an album. As rock and metal fans, there are numerous examples of albums we all think could have been improved with a different producer at the helm. With that in mind, this week we’re making The Producer Switch.

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The Producer Switch


In this episode, we’ll switch producers for albums by KISS, Black Sabbath, Enuff Z’nuff, David Lee Roth, Alice Cooper, AC/DC, Iron Maiden, an Ozzy Osbourne. What albums did we pick? What producers are being replaced? You’ll have to listen to find out!

We want to hear from YOU! What producer switch would you make to your favorite albums and why? Say so in the comments!

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