Butch Vig production discography
The discography of Butch Vig, an American musician and record producer, consists of a mix of albums, extended plays and singles released by bands he was a performer in and records on which he produced, mixed, remixed, engineered or a combination of those roles.
After graduating from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in film studies, Vig became a core member of cult Mid-West band Spooner, and an offshoot group Fire Town, as well as co-founding recording studio Smart Studios in Madison, Wisconsin in the Eighties. Vig is now best known internationally as the drummer of the Madison-based alternative rock band Garbage and the producer of multi-platinum selling albums Nevermind by Nirvana and Siamese Dream by The Smashing Pumpkins.
|1982||Every Corner Dance (1982)||Spooner||Gary Klebe and Spooner|
|1985||Wildest Dreams (1985)||Doug Erikson and Butch Vig|
|1987||In the Heart of the Heart Country (1987)||Fire Town||Fire Town|
|1988||The Good Life (1989)||Michael Frondelli|
|1990||The Fugitive Dance (1991)||Spooner||Doug Erikson and Butch Vig|
|1997||Version 2.0 (1998)|
|2000||Beautiful Garbage (2001)|
|2004||Bleed Like Me (2005)||Garbage (Mixed by Butch Vig)|
|2007||Absolute Garbage (2007)||Garbage|
|2012||Emperors of Wyoming (2012)||Emperors of Wyoming||Emperors of Wyoming|
|2012||Not Your Kind of People (2012)||Garbage||Garbage|
|2016||Strange Little Birds (2016)|
|2017||5 Billion In Diamonds (2017)||5 Billion In Diamonds||5 Billion In Diamonds|
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The following studio albums were produced, or co-produced by Vig, many at his own recording studio:
^ A Co-produced by Butch Vig and Steve Marker.
^ B Co-produced by Butch Vig and Corey Rusk.
^ C Co-produced by Butch Vig and Billy Corgan.
^ D Co-produced by Butch Vig and Jerry Finn.
^ E Co-produced by Butch Vig and Steve Watson.
The following individual tracks were produced by Vig for various projects:
|2000||"Totalimmortal"||The Offspring||Me, Myself and Irene O.S.T. (2000)|
|"Bloodstains"||Ready to Rumble O.S.T. (2000)|
|2002||"Telling You Now"||Jessy Moss||Street Knuckles (2003)|
|"Pick a Card"|
|2003||"Rabbits are Roadkill on Rt. 37"||AFI||Decemberunderground (2006)|
|2009||"Wheels"||Foo Fighters||Greatest Hits (2009)|
|2010||"Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)"||Muse||The Twilight Saga – Eclipse: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2010)|
|2004||Bleed Like Me[A] (2005)||Garbage|
|1999||"Jesus Says"||Ash||Nu-Clear Sounds (U.S. Version) (1999) and Intergalactic Sonic 7″s (2002)|
|"Folk Song"||Nu-Clear Sounds (U.S Version) (1999)|
|2007||"Tell Me Where It Hurts"[A]||Garbage||Absolute Garbage (2007)|
|"Betcha"[A]||"Tell Me Where It Hurts" (2007)|
|"All the Good in this Life"[A]||Songs for Tibet: The Art of Peace (2008)|
|2008||"Witness to Your Love"[A]||Give Listen Help: Volume 5 (2008)|
^ A Mixed credited to Vig, independent of Garbage.
|1992||"Throw This Away"||Nine Inch Nails||Fixed (1992)|
|"Last" (Butch Vig remix)"||Unreleased (available from remix.nin.com)[D]|
|"Shamrocks and Shenanigans (Butch Vig remix)"||House of Pain||House of Pain (1992)|
|"It's You (Crash and Burn mix)"||EMF||"It's You" (1992)|
|1993||"She Sells Sanctuary (Sundance)"||The Cult||Sanctuary MCMXCIII: Volume Two (1993)|
|"In Your Room (Zephyr mix)"||Depeche Mode||"In Your Room" (1994) and The Singles 86>98 (1998)|
|1997||"Jack-Ass (Butch Vig mix)"||Beck||"Jack-Ass" (1997)|
|"Jack-Ass (Lowrider mix)"|
|"Staring at the Sun (Monster Truck mix)"[A]||U2||"Staring at the Sun" (1997)|
|"Staring at the Sun (Lab Rat mix)"[A]|
|"Dirty Day (Junk Day)" [B]||"Please" (1997) and The Best of 1990–2000 (2000)|
|"Dirty Day (Bitter Kiss)" [B]||"Please" (1997)|
|1998||"Freak on a Leash (Freakin' Bitch mix)"||Korn||"Freak on a Leash" (1999)|
|1999||"Make Me Bad (Sickness in Salvation mix)"||"Make Me Bad" (2000)|
|"So Pure (Pure Ecstacy mix)"||Alanis Morissette||"So Pure" (1999)|
|2000||"How About Some Hardcore (GrungeIsDead.com remix)"||Butch Vig & M.O.P.||Loud Rocks (2000)|
|2001||"Nookie (Androids vs. Las Putas Remix)"||Limp Bizkit||New Old Songs (2001)|
|2007||"Bad Boyfriend (Sting Like a Bee remix)"[C]||Garbage||"Tell Me Where It Hurts" and Absolute Garbage (2007)|
- All remixes are credited to Butch Vig, except ^ A credited to Butch Vig and Danny Saber and ^ B credited to Butch Vig and Doug Erikson. ^ C remixed by Butch Vig, independent of Garbage.
- ^ D This remix has never been commercially released, however elements from the remix were incorporated into "Throw This Away". It was found in the early '90s on an FTP server as an 8-bit/22,050 Hz AIFF file, and then circulated on P2P until Trent Reznor hosted a WAV file of the remix online.
- Welcome to Spooner Town. Record Collector. February 1, 1997.
- "Garbage: Behind The Music". Behind The Music. 2002-03-31.
- "MTV Games, Harmonix and Warner Bros. / Reprise Records Partner With Green Day to Bring Their Music Exclusively to Rock Band(R)". PR Newswire. Archived from the original on June 16, 2009. Retrieved 2009-06-14.
- "Go Pack Go!". Archived from the original on September 30, 2009. Retrieved 2009-06-28.
- Official Website Garbage