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Sean Slade is a record producer, engineer, and mixer He has worked with artists including Orangutang, Hole, Radiohead, Warren Zevon, Juliana Hatfield, Dinosaur Jr., Uncle Tupelo, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, The Boo Radleys, Cave In, Lush, Abandoned Pools, the Go-Go's, and The Dictators among others. Recently he produced The Dresden Dolls' second album Yes, Virginia. He usually works with production partner Paul Q. Kolderie.

After graduating from Yale university, Sean and Paul moved to Boston. In 1985, he helped create Boston's Fort Apache Studios with then Sex Execs bandmates Paul Q. Kolderie and Jim Fitting, as well as musician/producer Joe Harvard. Sean also served a lengthy stint as rhythm guitarist and sometime singer and songwriter of the Boston indie band Men & Volts.

Slade also worked with seminal Boston area artists Buffalo Tom and the Pixies. Both bands originated from UMass Amherst, as did J. Mascis and Dinosaur Jr. Slade was known for setting the knobs and letting the tape roll.


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