Adrian Sherwood

Adrian Sherwood (born 1958, London, England) is an English record producer, best known for his work with dub music as well as for remixing a number of popular acts such as Coldcut, Depeche Mode, The Woodentops, Primal Scream, Pop Will Eat Itself, Sinéad O'Connor, and Skinny Puppy. Within his role as a record producer, he has worked with a variety of record labels, however his most well-known label is On-U Sound Records. Sherwood has been a member of the band Tackhead.

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... Sherwood was co-founder of Carib Gems and Pressure Sounds, and founder of Hitrun Records as well as Green Tea Records and Soundboy Records ... produced the classic album Time Boom X De Devil Dead and Sherwood's support helped relaunch Perry's career ... Sherwood has also delved into the blues, producing Little Axe's Real World Records release Champagne Grits in 2006 ...
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Dub Syndicate
... Dub Syndicate is a dub band, formed by Adrian Sherwood, and it became a showcase for Adrian Sherwood's collaboration with Style Scott, former ace drummer with the ... Dub Syndicate's new sound centered around the interaction of Scott, Sherwood, and members of Tackhead, Skip McDonald, Keith LeBlanc, and Doug Wimbish ... Records, and has been produced by the label's owner Adrian Sherwood ...
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... on track 1 by Greg Reely, with additional engineering by Adrian Sherwood ... production and engineering on track 2-3 by Adrian Sherwood ... Edited by Adrian Sherwood ...

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