Recording

The Village Becomes Alt-Rock "Oasis"

Cantankerous Brit-rock band Oasis recently wrapped up a month of overdubs and mixes for the long-awaited follow-up to their 2002 album, Heathen Chemistry, 2/01/2005 7:00 AM Eastern

Cantankerous Brit-rock band Oasis recently wrapped up a month of overdubs and mixes for the long-awaited follow-up to their 2002 album, Heathen Chemistry, at The Village's Studio A in L.A. Producer Dave Sardy and engineer Greg Gordon were onboard for this go-around; the band parted ways with production team Death in Vegas in early 2004.

Industrial linchpin Trent Reznor occupied Studio D to overdub and mix a new album with guitarists Twiggy Ramirez and Gem Archer, engineer Alan Moulder, assistant Jason Wormer and mountains of gear. Meanwhile, Liz Phair tracked songs for her next record in Studio B with producer Dino Meneghin and engineer Joe Zook.

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