Mickey Petralia

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Mickey Petralia
Genres Pop/Rock
Occupations Record producer, Engineer, Mixer
Years active 1994 - Present
Associated acts Flight of the Conchords, Linkin Park, Beck
Notable instruments
Drums Percussion Keyboards

Mickey Petralia is a producer, engineer, mixer represented by Next Wave Management. Mickey produced all of the music on the Grammy winning, Emmy-nominated hit HBO series Flight of the Conchords[1]

Selected discography[edit]

Selected Discography II[edit]

Bret Mckenzie "Greatest Muppet Movie of all Time"
The Sounds "Forthcoming"
Fatty Gets a Stylist "Forthcoming" (Sony Australia)
Galactic "Ya-Ka-May"
Flying Machines "Cornerstone Projects"
Flight of the Conchords Season & Album 2
Kate Miller-Heidke "Curiouser" (Sony Australia)
Flight of the Conchords Season & Album 1
My Morning Jacket VariousReleases
Oslo "Rise and Fall of Love and Hate"
Annuals "Brother"
LCD Soundsystem "John Cale Remix"
Flight of the Conchords "The Distant Future" EP (Sub Pop)
Shivaree "Tainted Love"
Gisli EMI UK
Annuals "Be He Me"
John Cale "Circus Live"
Boy Kills Boy Various B-sides
Peaches "Impeach My Bush"
John Cale "Black Acetate"
Saul Williams "Talk To Strangers"
Electrocute "Troublesome Bubblegum"
Ima Robot "Alive" EP
Sharkey Sharkey's Machine (2004)
The Sun "Love & Death" [EP]
Moving Units "Dangerous Dreams"
Mount Sims "Ultra Sex"
Linkin Park "Reanimation"
Ladytron "Light And Magic"
Laurel Canyon "Original Soundtrack"
Beck "Hank Williams Tribute"
Beck "Timeless" *Grammy Award
Call And Response "Call And Response"
The Eels "Electro-Shock Blues"
Beck "Stray Blues" B-side collection
Imperial Teen "What Is Not To Love"
Beck "Midnite Vultures" *Grammy nom
Beck "American Wasteland" (Remix)
Lucious Jackson "Electric Honey"
Björk "Alarm Call" (Remix)
The Dandy Warhols "Dandy Warhols Come Down"

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