Mark Saunders

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Mark Saunders (born 1959) is a British record producer who has worked on a number of albums. He relocated to New York City in 1996 and currently works from his facility in Manhattan - Beat360 Studios.

His works include Erasure's Wild!,[1] Neneh Cherry's Raw Like Sushi,[2] Tricky's Maxinquaye,[3] The Cure's Wish [4] and Shiny Toy Guns' We Are Pilots. In 2008, he contributed production to A-ha's UK top ten album Foot of the Mountain which was certified platinum in February 2010. He is currently working with singer-songwriter Teddy Geiger in Manhattan.

He began his career in 1984 as an assistant at Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley's West Side Studios, London. A year later, he got his first engineering credit on David Bowie and Mick Jagger's charity single "Dancing in the Street".[5]

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  1. ^ Erasureinfo.com
  2. ^ Tannenbaum, Rob (1989-10-08). "Neneh Cherry 'Raw like Sushi' Album Review". Rolling Stone. 
  3. ^ Fadele, Dele (1995-02-18). "Tricky 'Maxinequaye' Album Review". The NME. 
  4. ^ Hunter, James (1992-05-14). "The Cure 'Wish' Album Review". Rolling Stone. 
  5. ^ Personal bio

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