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The Gray Race is their best record production wise ! everything sounds tight and just like it should, heavy guitars, booming drums from Bobby, the urgency of punk-rock at its finest..

Songwritingwise, it is almost my favorite one also, although it might not be a very popular opinion here, but ehy whatever...

Also, I'd like to remind that No Substance production is also absolutely awesome, this record doesn't get the love it deserves...

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Originally posted by Amoeba Amoeba wrote:

The Gray Race is their best record production wise ! everything sounds tight and just like it should, heavy guitars, booming drums from Bobby, the urgency of punk-rock at its finest..

Songwritingwise, it is almost my favorite one also, although it might not be a very popular opinion here, but ehy whatever...

Also, I'd like to remind that No Substance production is also absolutely awesome, this record doesn't get the love it deserves...


TGR and NS are two of my favorite BR albums because of this. It's VERY listenable and pleasing to listen to for long periods of time. Sometimes the production of other albums is too noisy for my ears. TGR and NS have such a clear and bright sound. 
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Originally posted by Chainofslowdecay Chainofslowdecay wrote:

I also kind of miss that BR meets Dag Nasty feel the Gray Race guitars had, especially the title track. Brian played VERY Dag-ish on that record but not so much after that. 

Yes, this!

Also, I don't know how much it impacted the sound, but TGR was recorded in "live" conditions, i.e. everyone playing at the same time. Maybe that has something to do with every instrument sounding more ventilated.
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No Control might be my fave record production after listening to it on LP, CD (EU, JP and US-releases), and Cassette.
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