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Avast! Recording Company

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Founded  1990 (1990)
Location  Seattle, Washington
Founder  Stuart Hallerman
Status  active recording studio
Genre  Rock, grunge, hard rock, metal

Avast! Recording Company is a music recording studio in Seattle, Washington, established in 1990 by the producer Stuart Hallerman. He was soundman for Soundgarden and involved in the grunge movement coming out of the city. since then recorded a number of artists, including Screaming Trees, Soundgarden, Built to Spill, Steve Fisk, Bikini Kill, and Supersuckers. The first CD release was Crime Pays When Pigs Die of the "Christ on a Crutch" project by Nate Mendel and Eric Akre.

Initially located at 1325 N 46th St. and active as of 1990, the so-called "Avast! Classic" studio ran through 2008. The present studio was set up in 2005 at 601 NW 80th St. and features two separate units: Studios A & B. The use of this building as a studio dates back to 1978. Some rooms are still as original, others have been modernized.

Recording history

  • 1990: Crime Pays When Pigs Die by Christ on a Crutch
  • 1990: "Gravity Bill" by Supersuckers
  • 1990: "Room A Thousand Years Wide b/w H.I.V. Baby" by Soundgarden
  • 1991: Rusty Cage by Soundgarden
  • 1992: Pussy Whipped by Bikini Kill
  • 1992: Frenching the Bully by The Gits
  • 1992: Chow Down by 7 Year Bitch
  • 1995: Fell On Black Days by Soundgarden
  • 1997: The Lonesome Crowded West by Modest Mouse
  • 2001: Space Country by Neo
  • 2003: Transatlanticism by Death Cab For Cutie
  • 2005: Plans by Death Cab For Cutie
  • 2006: Everything All the Time by Band Of Horses
  • 2007: Cease To Begin by Band Of Horses
  • 2008: We Are Beautiful, We Are Doomed by Los Campesinos!
  • 2008: The Lucky Ones by Mudhoney
  • 2014: Primitive and Deadly by Earth
  • 2015: Twelvefour by The Paper Kites
  • References

    Avast! Recording Company Wikipedia

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