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  • Vinyl
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Family
  • ASIN: B00A8SPFW2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 587,466 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J.R.Hartley on 17 Aug. 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The Producers are essentially a "hobby band" for top flight record producers Trevor Horn, Lol Creme, Stephen Lipson, and Ash Soan. I can't admit to having heard of the latter pair before this, but Trevor Horn has produced a ton of headline acts after moving into that role, originally being the man in front of the mic for Buggles and one of the many incarnations of Yes. Lol Creme you will presumably recall from 10cc and it's spin-off Godley & Creme.

Overall, I found the album to be a very pleasant mixed bag. I bought it on the strength of their names, rather than having heard it up front. It's all immaculately produced as you'd expect, but it didn't *quite* click with me. There are some tracks on the album that are just fantastic - guaranteed chart-toppers thirty years ago. Others are just "pleasant" and didn't didn't quite manage to hook onto my musical subconscious on the first play. If you like listening to Radio 2, then this is probably ideal for you. Personally, I guess I'm not that far gone yet ;-). I just felt that
it needed to "rock" just a little more and to tone down the leaning toward light pop/ballads. Each to their own, I guess. I'm still giving it 4 out of 5, as I can't mark it down based on my own musical tastes and it is a good album.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Paul M VINE VOICE on 28 Jun. 2012
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Finally the Producers album is out after several years of rumour and promise [ and the false start of the single release "Barking up the Wrong Tree"].Still, Im very happy to report that it has been worth the wait,as the combined talents of Trevor Horn, Stephen Lipson, Lol Creme and Ash Soan use their knowledge and experience to great effect.

Where many "supergroup" albums can sound dispirate and unfocused, Made in Basing Street utilises the strengths of each individual to produce a coherent and focused set of classy modern adult rock / pop. Sensibly, Horn's influence is perhaps the most prevailant, but only insofar as his productions are so noticeable.

On the first disc, you get 10 songs that showcase each members talents, but in subtle ways, whereas, the second disc offers some really interesting extended mixes and minor reworks, nothing outstanding, but worth having for the extra couple of quid, [ oh, and dont switch cd 2 off after the extended version of Freeway, hint hint!].

The Producers are an amalgamation of many years of great music making, and that level of class just oozes throughout Made in Basing Street.There are no rough edges or concessions to modern music trends, just a series of crafted songs made by people who know, and genuinely care about their art. For example, I doubt few albums this year will open with a track as good as Freeway, which really does set the tone for the album.

Whether an album like Made in Basing Street can do the business in the current musical climate is open to debate, but those who discover it [ I suspect mainly the over forties], are not unlikely to feel short changed if they know the backgrounds of the Producers [ and the artists they have worked with].
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Wonko The Sane on 24 July 2012
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As soon as I read a review of this CD, I knew that I had to get it. And guess what, I was expecting it to be good but found it to be brilliant. If you loved the Buggles ( like I did ) then you have to know that Trevor's voice hasn't aged at all to my ears, mainly I assume because he's not used it enough. Pity.
Whilst I'm less familiar with the back catalogue of Lol, Ash and Stephen, there is a maturity and grace that runs though the whole album which I presume only comes with not only musical experience but life experiences too.
This album is one that will sit in my car's CD player for a very very long time, I can't recommend it highly enough.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sandra on 24 July 2012
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Hi, i would just like to say that i purchased Producers on cd from Amazon and i think it's a brilliant album. If you liked 10cc or Trevor Horn you'll love this album. Chris Braide also features, well worth a listen!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D Clark on 8 Jan. 2013
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Having read a review of this album, i thought I'd give it a try. Not surprisingly the production on the album is excellent. The songs are easy to get into, and will grow on you. Buy the 2CD version, the extra material is definitely worth having with a surprise ghost track at the end. With Lol Creme contributing there wer hints of the brilliance that were 10cc in their prime and Trevor Horn should need no introduction (but his bass playing may be a pleasant surprise to some). I really like this albumm; hope you will to!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. Moses on 26 Aug. 2012
Format: Audio CD
I bought this album solely on the basis of it having Lol Creme on it, and having been a massive fan of 10cc. All the tracks are excellent. Trevor Horn and Chris Braide have great voices. But, sorry, this can't be a five star album, because of the singer Ryan Malloy, whoever he is. He sings way too much and all I can think of when I hear him is Mark Owen from Take That. Awful voice ruining decent enough songs. I thought the first track 'freeway' was so melodic and 'your life' so soft, then Malloy's dreadful voice comes in and ruins them. Same with 'man on the moon'. Great melody, sounds like a latter day Alan Parsons song. But why not get a more melodic singer to do this? Particularly as the other lead vocalists suit this style so much better.
Anyway, rant over. It is a great album with melodic songs. It sounds modern, without trying to sound cool. Highly recommended, if you can ignore the above.
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