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2011 release, the long-awaited eighth album from the Hip Hop/Rock trio. Hot Sauce Committee Part Two was produced by Beastie Boys and mixed by Philippe Zdar. This album marks Mike “Mike D” Diamond, Adam “Ad Rock” Horovitz and Adam “MCA” Yauch’s first full length effort since 2007′s Grammy-winning all-instrumental The Mix-Up.
Release date: May 3, 2011
|Agency: MTV NETWORKS GERMANY GMBH
Creative Director : Dinko Lacic
Idea & Concept: Dinko Lacic, Justin Kruse, Robert Brodmüller, Joffrey Jans
Art Director : Robert Brodmüller, Justin Kruse
Regie : Laurence Ellis, Dinko Lacic, Robert Brodmüller
Photography : Laurence Ellis
Font & Logos : Bureau Lombardo
Post Production : Justin Kruse, Robert Brodmüller, Joffrey Jans
Executive Producer : Patrick Skerlec
Production Company : Good Guys Entertainment
Music : The Naked & Famous
→ Liquid Tension Experiment (LTE) is an instrumental progressive rock/metal band, founded by Dream Theater’s former drummer Mike Portnoy in 1997.
Mike Portnoy invited Jordan Rudess (keyboard) and progressive rock icon Tony Levin (bass, Chapman Stick) of King Crimson and Peter Gabriel’s band to join him. In his instructional video “Liquid Drum Theater”, Portnoy said that his first choice for the guitar was Dimebag Darrell, but he was unable to join because of conflicting schedules. Two other primary choices, Steve Morse (Dixie Dregs, Kansas, Deep Purple) and Jim Matheos (Fates Warning) were also unavailable. Portnoy then turned to fellow Dream Theater member John Petrucci to fill the position (despite initially wanting to keep the project completely separate from Dream Theater).
The Liquid Tension Experiment was formed as a side project to Dream Theater in 1997. Some theorise that Rudess was asked to join Dream Theater largely because of the success of Liquid Tension Experiment. He had already declined a previous offer to join in 1994 and instead became a member of the Dixie Dregs, known for complex, “Southern fusion” instrumental music.
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