Sweet Silence Studios
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Sweet Silence Studios was a recording studio originally built by Danish engineers Freddy Hansson, Stig Kreutzfeldt, and Flemming Rasmussen in February 1976. A variety of artists have recorded there, including Cat Stevens, Gasolin, Ole Prehm, Metallica, C.V. Jørgensen and Kliché. The studios closed in 2009, being demolished to make way for an apartment complex and a car park. Rasmussen then moved to Winding Road Studios in Copenhagen.
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