producer for new album

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do you think it should be don gilmore?

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    Razan

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    Great idea. Like who???
    The only person I can think of is Mike.
     
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    yeah Mike is a good idea.. he knows the band better than anyone else in the world
    but i dont want ALL the work to be on him. he needs to sleep sometime ;)
     
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    Your right. :lol:
    Mike is The Glue he knows the band better than anyone else and knows all their potential but who would be a good producer/co-producer?????
    Don Gilmore:no. (for reasons just read the thread).
    Jay Z: loads of things would change and Brad would barely play the guitar let alone improve, Chester would barely scream, Mike would always be rapping.
    So .....who is this Rick Rubin? ^_^'
     
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    Thats overdoing it [/b][/quote]
    Maybe, but would'nt it be cool? I mean I always hear rock fans whining that LP had to much hiphop, and that they dont like a DJ scraching it up. So maken a seperate Rock album and a separete Hip hop album AND a normal fusion LP album would be the perfect solution for everyone!
     
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    Rick Rubin has produced lots of songs for Roc-A-Fella and def jam.

    He's most recent hit is "99 Problems" by Jay-Z.
    Hes also done work with Beastie boys and lots of metal/rock bands.
    I think he's a good choice producer for LP cos he defines what LP is all about, rap/rock.
     
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    I really don't like the idea of making separte cd's. I like the fusion LP is doing and I think it's great.
    If you only like rock fine, if you only like rap fine, I mean why buy lp if you only like one? LP is about the fusion.
    That's why I think Rick Rubin would be a good producer after RX8LP told me who he was.(Thanks ^_^ )
     
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    Just let the producer make sons like could nver hip hop like this :D B) , chester and mike are both very great on that track so you can take the best of them :)
     
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    I want Don Gilmore to burn in hell :shifty:
     
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    I think it sohuld be either mike or josh abraham. If it is Josh Abraham then mike should co-produce it.

    Actually a Shady/ Aftermath production would be sweet. :chemist:
     
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    Rick Rubin has produced lots of songs for Roc-A-Fella and def jam.

    He's most recent hit is "99 Problems" by Jay-Z.
    Hes also done work with Beastie boys and lots of metal/rock bands.
    I think he's a good choice producer for LP cos he defines what LP is all about, rap/rock. [/b][/quote]
    Well, I hope you remember LP isn't just about Rap/Rock, that's why they have the electronica track on each of their albums.

    Rick Rubin would still be cool though, since I'm sure Jay-Z would be able to recommend Rick to LP after Collision occured.
     
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    it's time for change and mike's the best choice.
     
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    Why does everyone keep referring to the Mr Hahn tracks on each CD has Electronica?!

    That's about as far way from Electronica as one could get. It's simply just DJ'ing, with a few voice samples thrown in.

    Meh. I guess everyone has different opinions on what is what.
     
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    yup, they sure do.
     
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    I hate electronica and I love Joe Hahn's DJing so I have to agree with you it's not electronica.

    BTW who are some bands that have elcetronica in them incase I'm wrong??? :wth:
     
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    I'd like to know why people are voting for Don. Nobody's posted their reasons.
     
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    yeah, thats what i said

    i know alot of peple reckon rick rubin but i dont think so
    if you like the fusion of rock and hip-hop Russell Simmons
    would be the best
     
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    Jay-Z doesnt produce.

    but hes roc-a-fella members like Kanye West and just blaze can produce dope songs. [/b][/quote]
    What about Timbaland SUPEEERR!!!
    B)
     
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    timbaland ummmm, he's alright aswell. I used to be a major fan. But then he did duets with justin timberlake and Nelly Furtado.:wth:

    ok, id rather a producer who has experience with rock muisc
    russell simmons modernized the whole rock and hip-hop combination with "walk this way" run dmc and aerosmith, the run DMC album "Kings of rock" and he was the beastie boys producer aswell. He's a legend in his own right.
     
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    does anyone disagree?
     
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    umm that was a double post lol

    yeah i think timbaland, west, rubin, russel simmons, mike shinoda all good choices either way. ^_^
     

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