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Howie Weinberg is an American audio
mastering engineer A mastering engineer is a person skilled in the practice of taking audio (typically musical content) that has been previously mixed in either the analog or digital domain as mono, stereo STEREO (Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory) is a S ...
with over 2,257 mastering credits according to
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AllMusic
, over 200 albums certified Gold or Platinum by the
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(RIAA), 3
TEC Awards The TEC Awards is an annual program recognizing the achievements of Professional audio, audio professionals. The awards are given to honor technically innovative products as well as companies and individuals who have excelled in sound for television ...
, 20
Grammy Award The Grammy Award (stylized as GRAMMY, originally called Gramophone Award), or just Grammy, is an award presented by the Recording Academy, the US Recording Academy to recognize "Outstanding Achievement in the music industry" of the United State ...
s, 76 Grammy nominations, 2
Juno Award The Juno Awards, more popularly known as the JUNOS, are awards presented annually to Canadian Canadians (french: Canadiens) are people identified with the country of Canada. This connection may be residential, legal, historical or cultur ...
s, and 1
Mercury Prize The Mercury Prize, formerly called the Mercury Music Prize, is an annual music prize awarded for the best album released in the United Kingdom by a British or Irish act. It was created by Jon Webster and Robert Chandler in association with the Br ...
. Notably, Weinberg mastered Herbie Hancock's 1983
Grammy Award The Grammy Award (stylized as GRAMMY, originally called Gramophone Award), or just Grammy, is an award presented by the Recording Academy, the US Recording Academy to recognize "Outstanding Achievement in the music industry" of the United State ...
-winning album ''
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''. Other notable mastering works include the
Beastie Boys Beastie Boys were an American Hip hop music, hip hop group from New York City, formed in 1981. The group was composed of Mike D, Michael "Mike D" Diamond (vocals, drums), Adam Yauch, Adam "MCA" Yauch (vocals, bass) and Ad-Rock, Adam "Ad-Rock" H ...
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'', both of which were ranked on ''
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Sheryl Crow Sheryl Suzanne Crow (born February 11, 1962) is an American musician, singer, songwriter and actress. Her music incorporates elements of , , , and . She has released ten studio albums, four compilations and two live albums, as well as contribu ...

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Aerosmith Aerosmith is an American Rock music, rock band formed in Boston in 1970. The group consists of Steven Tyler (lead vocals), Joe Perry (musician), Joe Perry (guitar), Tom Hamilton (musician), Tom Hamilton (bass), Joey Kramer (drums) and Brad Whi ...
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The Smashing Pumpkins The Smashing Pumpkins (or Smashing Pumpkins) are an American alternative rock band from Chicago. Formed in 1988 by frontman Billy Corgan (lead vocals, guitar), D'arcy Wretzky (bass), James Iha (guitar), and Jimmy Chamberlin (drums), the band has ...
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Joe Walsh Joseph Fidler Walsh (born November 20, 1947) is an American Rock music, rock singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. In a career spanning more than 50 years, he has been a member of three successful rock bands: James Gang, Eagles (band), Eag ...

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Eddie Van Halen Edward Lodewijk Van Halen ( , ; January 26, 1955 – October 6, 2020), was an American musician and songwriter. He was the main songwriter and guitarist of the American rock band Van Halen, which he co-founded in 1972 with his brother, drumm ...

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Miley Cyrus Miley Ray Cyrus ( ; born Destiny Hope Cyrus, November 23, 1992) is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and television personality. Known for her distinctive raspy voice, her music incorporates elements of varied styles and genres, includ ...

Miley Cyrus
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Charli XCX Charlotte Emma Aitchison (born 2 August 1992), known professionally as Charli XCX, is an English singer and songwriter. Born in Cambridge and raised in Start Hill, Essex, she began posting songs on Myspace in 2008, which led to her discovery by ...

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Thirty Seconds to Mars Thirty Seconds to Mars (commonly stylized as 30 Seconds to Mars) is an American Rock music, rock band from Los Angeles, California, formed in 1998. The band consists of brothers Jared Leto (lead vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards) and Shannon Leto ...
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Björk Björk Guðmundsdóttir ( ; ; born 21 November 1965) is an Icelandic singer, songwriter, record producer, actress, and DJ. Over her four-decade career, she has developed an eclectic Eclectic may refer to: Music * Eclectic (Eric Johnson an ...

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said of Weinberg:
When you get to mastering you've got to find the magic mix that works once it goes through all the compression and EQing. We worked with Howie Weinberg and he's a fantabulous motherfucker.
Weinberg began working in the mail room at
Masterdisk Masterdisk is an American multimedia company in New York, located at 8 John Walsh Boulevard in Peekskill. They provide production services such as audio mastering, vinyl cutting and enhanced CD and DVD production. Their clients include such no ...
in 1979, delivering recording tapes in
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New York City
. Mastering engineer
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acted as his mentor. In January 2011, he left Masterdisk to set up his own mastering company in Los Angeles, Howie Weinberg Mastering, which appeared in ''Voyage LA Magazine''s "Most Inspiring Stories" on February 11, 2021. In 2017 his work from Nirvana's,
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, was inducted into the
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. That year he also won a
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for
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. He appeared on a panel discussion at the 2009
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music festival titled Producers "On Making Classic Records" sometimes working in a teaching capacity. Weinberg also consults with new technologies, new media, and education. In 2020, Weinberg began consulting with LANDR, an online, cloud-based, automated mastering service developed by MixGenius in Montreal, Quebec. The service digitally masters uploaded audio tracks using artificial intelligence algorithms. Weinberg also worked on the
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' Juno-winning 1993 song " Eyes of a Stranger". In 1997
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by
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was met with critical acclaim and made the UK Top 75. Weinberg was nominated for the Mix Foundation's
TEC Awards The TEC Awards is an annual program recognizing the achievements of Professional audio, audio professionals. The awards are given to honor technically innovative products as well as companies and individuals who have excelled in sound for television ...
(Technical Excellence & Creativity) for mastering engineer in 1997. He was named among the winners for Outstanding Creative Achievement in 2003 as part of the team for Sheryl Crow's "
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" and ''
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'', the album also earned 2
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. In 2006 for Record Production as part of the team for Gorillaz's "
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". In 2001 he received a
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for mastering
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PJ Harvey
's album ''
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''. As of 2021, Weinberg has not won a Grammy statuette. Mastering engineers are not eligible for a GRAMMY statuette except in the categories of Best Historical Album, Best Immersive Audio Album, Best Engineered Album Classical, Best Engineered Album Non- Classical, Record of the Year and Album of The Year. (Mastering Engineers are eligible to receive a Winner's Certificate for all winning albums.). Weinberg will never be nominated as "Best Engineered" in any of those categories because those engineers (candidates and nominees) are recording engineers and not mastering engineers. However, the recording engineers that recorded
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's, ''
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C'mon, C'mon
'' that Weinberg mastered, Jack Joseph Puig, Trina Shoemaker, Eric Tew and Andy Wallace, (Sheryl Crow) in 2002, were Grammy nominated in one of those categories,
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, had they won for Best Engineered Recording, Non Classical, Weinberg would have received a Grammy statuette in place of a Grammy Winner's Certificate for mastering. They did not win, so instead, he earned the nomination. In 2019
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Fiona Apple
's the album The Idler Wheel...was included on The Guardian's 100 Best Albums of the 21st Century list, and ranked 5th on Pitchfork's list of The 200 Best Albums of the 2010s. In 2020, Rolling Stone placed the album at number 213 on its list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time while placing
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Nirvana
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Personal life

Howie Weinberg married Rachel Felder, the director of artists and repertory at
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Columbia Records
, in July 1999. The couple separated in 2009 and divorced soon after.


Partial discography

If not stated otherwise, Howie Weinberg received credits for mastering. Listed in alphabetical order: * ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead – '' Source Tags & Codes'' (2002) * 13 Engines – ''Perpetual Motion Machine'' (1993) * 24-7 Spyz – ''Heavy Metal Soul by the Pound'' (1996) * 2nd II None – 2nd II None (album), ''2nd II None'' (1991) * 3 Doors Down – ''Seventeen Days'' (2005) * 3 Colours Red – ''The Union of Souls'' (2004) * 3rd Bass – ''The Cactus Album'' (1989), ''Derelicts of Dialect'' (1991) * 54-40 (band), 54-40 – ''Since When'' (1998) * 7horse – ''Songs for a Voodoo Wedding'' (2014), ''Livin in a Bitch of a World'' (2016) * A Dozen Furies – ''A Concept from Fire'' (2005) * A Giant Dog – ''Pile'' (2016) * A Perfect Murder (band), A Perfect Murder – Unbroken (A Perfect Murder album), ''Unbroken'' (2004), ''Strength Through Vengeance'' (2005) * A (band), A – 'A' vs. Monkey Kong, '''A' vs. Monkey Kong'' (2000) * Abiodun Oyewole – ''25 Years'' (1996) * Acid Test (band), Acid Test – ''Drop'' (1993) * Active Child – ''You Are All I See'' (2011), ''Rapor'' (2013) * Adele Bertei – ''Little Lives'' (1988) *
Aerosmith Aerosmith is an American Rock music, rock band formed in Boston in 1970. The group consists of Steven Tyler (lead vocals), Joe Perry (musician), Joe Perry (guitar), Tom Hamilton (musician), Tom Hamilton (bass), Joey Kramer (drums) and Brad Whi ...
– ''Done with Mirrors'' (1985) * After the Fall (band), After the Fall – ''Always Forever Now'' (2005) * Alabama 3 – ''Exile on Coldharbour Lane'' (1997) * Aleks Syntek – ''89–99'' (2000) * Alice Cooper – The Last Temptation (Alice Cooper album), ''The Last Temptation'' (1994) * Alien Crime Syndicate – ''Dust to Dirt'' (2000), ''From the Word Go'' (2000), ''Ten Songs in the Key of Betrayal'' (2004) * All Hail the Yeti – ''All Hail the Yeti'' (2012) * The Almighty (band), The Almighty – ''Psycho-Narco'' (2001) * AM Taxi – ''We Don't Stand a Chance'' (2010) * American Hi-Fi – ''Blood & Lemonade'' (2014) * Amusement Parks on Fire – ''Out of the Angeles'' (2005) * Andrew Dice Clay – ''40 Too Long'' (1993) * Andrew W.K. – ''I Get Wet'' (2001), The Wolf (Andrew W.K. album), ''The Wolf'' (2003) * Angelo Badalamenti – ''Soundtrack from Twin Peaks'' (1990) * Antenna (band), Antenna – Hideout (album), ''Hideout'' (1993) * Anthrax (American band), Anthrax – ''Spreading the Disease'' (1985) * Anti-Flag – ''For Blood and Empire'' (2006) * Apoptygma Berzerk – ''Rocket Science (Apoptygma Berzerk album), Rocket Science'' (2009) * Arctic Monkeys – Humbug (album), ''Humbug'' (2009) * Arid (band), Arid – ''Little Things of Venom'' (2000) * Arlen Roth – ''Arlen Roth'' (1987) * Arrested Development (group), Arrested Development – ''3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life Of...'' (1992), ''Zingalamaduni'' (1994) * Arsonists (hip hop group), Arsonists – ''As the World Burns'' (1999) * Art Bergmann – ''Crawl with Me'' (1988), Art Bergmann (album), ''Art Bergmann'' (1991) * Arto Lindsay – ''Mundo Civilizado'' (1996) * Ash (band), Ash – Meltdown (Ash album), ''Meltdown'' (2004) * Atreyu – The Curse (Atreyu album), ''The Curse'' (2004), ''Lead Sails Paper Anchor'' (2007), Long Live (Atreyu album), ''Long Live'' (2015) * Authority Zero – Andiamo (album), ''Andiamo'' (2004) * Autopilot Off – Autopilot Off (EP), ''Autopilot Off'' (2002), ''Make a Sound'' (2004) * Awaken the Empire – ''Aurora'' (2015) * Axel Bauer – ''Simple Mortel'' (1998) * B'z – Action (B'z album), ''Action'' (2007) * Babasónicos – ''Dopádromo'' (1996), Miami (Babasónicos album), ''Miami'' (2000), ''Jessico'' (2002), Infame (album), ''Infame'' (2004) * Babe the Blue Ox (band), Babe the Blue Ox – ''People'' (1996) * Baby Chaos – ''Safe Sex Designer Drugs & the Death of Rock 'n' Roll'' (1995) * Babylon A.D. (band), Babylon A.D. – ''Nothing Sacred'' (1992) * Bad Brains – Rise (Bad Brains album), ''Rise'' (1993), ''Black Dots'' (1996) * Barkmarket – ''Vegas Throat'' (1990), Gimmick (album), ''Gimmick'' (1993) * Barrington Levy – ''Turning Point'' (1992) *
Beastie Boys Beastie Boys were an American Hip hop music, hip hop group from New York City, formed in 1981. The group was composed of Mike D, Michael "Mike D" Diamond (vocals, drums), Adam Yauch, Adam "MCA" Yauch (vocals, bass) and Ad-Rock, Adam "Ad-Rock" H ...
– ''
Licensed to Ill ''Licensed to Ill'' is the debut studio album An album is a collection of audio recordings issued as a collection on compact disc The compact disc (CD) is a digital Digital usually refers to something using digits, particularly bina ...
'' (1986), ''Hello Nasty'' (1998) * Beatsteaks – ''Launched (album), Launched'' (1999) * Ben Folds – ''Way to Normal'' (2008) * Ben Folds Five – ''Whatever and Ever Amen'' (1997), ''Naked Baby Photos'' (1998), ''The Unauthorized Biography of Reinhold Messner'' (1999) * Ben Kweller – ''Go Fly a Kite'' (2012) * Ben Lee – ''Breathing Tornados'' (1999), ''Hey You. Yes You.'' (2002) * Best Coast – ''California Nights (album), California Nights'' (2015) * Biffy Clyro – Puzzle (Biffy Clyro album), ''Puzzle'' (2007), Only Revolutions (album), ''Only Revolutions'' (2009) * Big Country – The Crossing (Big Country album), ''The Crossing'' (1983) * Big Head Todd and the Monsters – Strategem (album), ''Strategem'' (1994) * Big Sugar (band), Big Sugar – ''Hemi-Vision'' (1996), Heated (Big Sugar album), ''Heated'' (1999), Hit & Run (Big Sugar album), ''Hit & Run'' (2003) *
Billy Corgan William Patrick Corgan (March 17, 1967) is an American musician, singer, songwriter, and professional wrestling Professional wrestling is a form of entertainment and performing art, which combines athletics with performance. It comprises ...

Billy Corgan
– ''TheFutureEmbrace'' (2005) *
Björk Björk Guðmundsdóttir ( ; ; born 21 November 1965) is an Icelandic singer, songwriter, record producer, actress, and DJ. Over her four-decade career, she has developed an eclectic Eclectic may refer to: Music * Eclectic (Eric Johnson an ...

Björk
– Family Tree (Björk album), ''Family Tree'' (2002) * Blind Melon – Nico (album), ''Nico'' (1996) * Blonde Redhead – ''Fake Can Be Just as Good'' (1997), ''In an Expression of the Inexpressible'' (1998) *
Blues Traveler Blues Traveler is an American rock Rock most often refers to: * Rock (geology) A rock is any naturally occurring solid mass or aggregate of minerals or mineraloid matter. It is categorized by the minerals included, its Chemical compound, ...
– ''Save His Soul'' (1993), ''Live from the Fall'' (1996) * – 13 (Blur album), ''13'' (1999), Think Tank (Blur album), ''Think Tank'' (2003) * Bob Mould – ''Workbook'' (1989) * Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E. – ''New Funky Nation'' (1990) * Boss Hog – ''Boss Hog (album), Boss Hog'' (1995) * Bowling for Soup – ''The Great Burrito Extortion Case'' (2006) * Brand New Heavies – Get Used to It (Brand New Heavies album), ''Get Used to It'' (2006) * BT (musician), BT – ESCM (album), ''ESCM'' (1997) * Buckethead – ''Bucketheadland'' (1992), Giant Robot (Buckethead album), ''Giant Robot'' (1994) * Built to Spill – ''Perfect from Now On'' (1997) * Burn (band), Burn – ''Do or Die (Burn album), Do or Die'' (2017) * Butch Walker – ''The Rise and Fall of Butch Walker and the Let's-Go-Out-Tonites'' (2006), ''Afraid of Ghosts'' (2015) * Cage the Elephant – Cage the Elephant (album), ''Cage the Elephant'' (2009), ''Thank You, Happy Birthday'' (2011) * Camper Van Beethoven – ''Key Lime Pie (album), Key Lime Pie'' (1989) * Caviar (band), Caviar – ''The Thin Mercury Sound'' (2004) * Cheap Trick – ''Lap of Luxury'' (1988) * Chevelle (band), Chevelle – ''Wonder What's Next'' (2002) * Cidadão Instigado – ''Fortaleza'' (2015) * Circa Survive – ''Blue Sky Noise'' (2010) * CKY (band), CKY – ''Infiltrate•Destroy•Rebuild'' (2002), ''An Answer Can Be Found'' (2005), ''Carver City (album), Carver City'' (2009) *
The Clash The Clash were an English rock music, rock band formed in London in 1976 who were key players in the original wave of British punk rock. Billed as "The Only Band That Matters", they also contributed to the and new wave music, new wave movemen ...
– ''Combat Rock'' (1982), ''Cut the Crap'' (1985) * Clutch (band), Clutch – ''The Elephant Riders'' (1998), ''Jam Room'' (2000) * Coheed and Cambria – ''The Afterman: Ascension'' (2012), ''The Afterman: Descension'' (2013) * Cold (band), Cold – Cold (Cold album), ''Cold'' (1998) * Cop Shoot Cop – ''Ask Questions Later'' (1993), Release (Cop Shoot Cop album), ''Release'' (1994) * Cracker (band), Cracker – The Golden Age (Cracker album), ''The Golden Age'' (1996) * Craig G – ''Now, That's More Like It'' (1991) * Crash Test Dummies – ''Give Yourself a Hand'' (1999), ''I Don't Care That You Don't Mind'' (2001) * Creed (band), Creed – ''My Own Prison'' (1997) * The Crystal Method – Vegas (The Crystal Method album), ''Vegas'' (1997) * The Cult – Electric (The Cult album), ''Electric'' (1987) * Cyclone Temple – I Hate Therefore, I Am (1991) * Cypress Hill – ''Cypress Hill (album), Cypress Hill'' (1991) * Damageplan – ''New Found Power'' (2004) * Danzig (band), Danzig – ''Danzig (album), Danzig'' (1988), ''Danzig III: How the Gods Kill'' (1992) * Das Pop – ''Das Pop'' (2009) *
David Lee Roth David Lee Roth (born October 10, 1954) is an American rock musician, singer, songwriter and former radio personality. Best known for his wild, energetic stage persona, he was the lead singer of the hard rock Hard rock or heavy rock is a loo ...

David Lee Roth
– Crazy from the Heat, Crazy From The Heat (1985) *
Def Leppard Def Leppard are an English Rock music, rock band formed in 1977 in Sheffield. Since 1992, the band has consisted of Joe Elliott (lead vocals), Rick Savage (bass, backing vocals), Rick Allen (drummer), Rick Allen (drums, backing vocals), Phil C ...
– ''On Through the Night'' (1980), ''High 'n' Dry'' (1981), Pyromania (album), ''Pyromania'' (1983), Hysteria (Def Leppard album), ''Hysteria'' (1987) *
Deftones Deftones is an American alternative metal band formed in Sacramento, California in 1988. It was formed by Chino Moreno (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Stephen Carpenter (lead guitar), Abe Cunningham (drums), and Dominic Garcia (bass). During thei ...

Deftones
– ''White Pony'' (2000), ''Saturday Night Wrist'' (2006), Gore (album), ''Gore'' (2016) * Deltron 3030 – Deltron 3030 (album), ''Deltron 3030'' (2000), ''Event 2'' (2013) * Dire Straits – ''Love over Gold'' (1982) * Disagree (band), Disagree – ''To Prevent the Earth from Moving with You'' (2009) * Disturbed (band), Disturbed – ''The Sickness'' (2000), ''Believe (Disturbed album), Believe'' (2002) * The Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy – ''Hypocrisy Is the Greatest Luxury'' (1992) * DJ Quik – ''Quik Is the Name'' (1991) * Dog Eat Dog (band), Dog Eat Dog – ''All Boro Kings'' (1994) * Dope (band), Dope – ''Felons and Revolutionaries'' (1999) * Double X Posse – ''Put Ya Boots On'' (1992) * Dream Theater – ''When Dream and Day Unite'' (1989), ''Train of Thought (Dream Theater album), Train of Thought'' (2003), ''Live at Budokan (Dream Theater album), Live at Budokan'' (2004) * Dredg – ''Chuckles and Mr. Squeezy'' (2011) * Dropkick Murphys – Blackout (Dropkick Murphys album), ''Blackout'' (2003) * Dynamite Hack – Superfast (Dynamite Hack album), ''Superfast'' (2000) * Earshot – Two (Earshot album), ''Two'' (2004) * East Cameron Folkcore – ''For Sale'' (2013) * Easterhouse (band), Easterhouse – ''Contenders'' (1986) * Eddie Money – Can't Hold Back (Eddie Money album), ''Can't Hold Back'' (1986) * Elefant (band), Elefant – ''The Black Magic Show'' (2006) *Elliott Waits For No One – EWFNO- Ghost Behind The rainbow (2018) EWFNO/ CMurder – Mama's Bad Boy (2019) * Elvis Costello – ''When I Was Cruel'' (2002) * End of Fashion – End of Fashion (album), ''End of Fashion'' (2006) * Eve's Plum – Envy (Eve's Plum album), ''Envy'' (1993) * Everlast (musician), Everlast – ''Eat at Whitey's'' (2000) * Extreme (band), Extreme – Extreme (album), ''Extreme'' (1989) * Faith No More – ''King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime'' (1995), ''Album of the Year (Faith No More album), Album of the Year'' (1997) * Fastball (band), Fastball – ''Make Your Mama Proud'' (1996) * Fear Factory – Archetype (Fear Factory album), ''Archetype'' (2004) * Fear of Pop – ''Fear of Pop: Volume 1'' (1998) *
Feeder Feeder may refer to: Technology * Feeder (livestock equipment) * Feeder (beekeeping), any of several devices used in apiculture to supplement or replace natural food sources * Feeder (casting), another name for a riser, a reservoir built into a m ...
– Polythene (album), ''Polythene'' (1997) * Feist (singer), Feist – ''The Reminder'' (2007) * Filter (band), Filter – Crazy Eyes (Filter album), ''Crazy Eyes'' (2016) * Finch (American band), Finch – ''Back to Oblivion'' (2014) * Finger Eleven – Tip (album), ''Tip'' (1998) *
Fiona Apple Fiona Apple McAfee-Maggart (born September 13, 1977) is an American singer-songwriter. She has released five albums from 1996 to 2020, which have all reached the top 20 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart. Apple has received numerous List of awards ...

Fiona Apple
– '' The Idler Wheel...'' (2012) * Fishbone – ''Give a Monkey a Brain and He'll Swear He's the Center of the Universe'' (1993) *
Foster the People Foster the People is an American indie pop Indie pop (also typeset as indie-pop or indiepop) is a music genre and subculture that combines guitar pop with DIY ethic DIY ethic is the ethic of self-sufficiency through completing tasks wi ...

Foster the People
– "Pumped Up Kicks" (2010) * The Frames – ''Dance the Devil'' (1999) * Franz Ferdinand (band), Franz Ferdinand – ''You Could Have It So Much Better'' (2005) * The Fray – Helios (album), ''Helios'' (2014) * Fuel (band), Fuel – Natural Selection (Fuel album), ''Natural Selection'' (2003) * Funeral for a Friend – ''Casually Dressed & Deep in Conversation'' (2003) * Gang Starr – ''Step in the Arena (album), Step in the Arena'' (1990), ''Daily Operation'' (1992) *
Garbage Garbage, trash, rubbish, or refuse is waste material that is discarded by humans, usually due to a perceived lack of utility. The term generally does not encompass bodily waste products, purely liquid or gaseous wastes, nor toxic waste produ ...
– ''Garbage (album), Garbage'' (1995), ''Version 2.0'' (1998) * Geto Boys – The Geto Boys (album), ''The Geto Boys'' (1990) * Gizmachi – ''The Imbuing'' (2005) * God (British band), GOD – ''Possession (God album), Possession'' (1992) *
Gorillaz Gorillaz are an English virtual band#REDIRECT Virtual band In entertainment Entertainment is a form of activity that holds the attention and Interest (emotion), interest of an audience or gives pleasure and delight. It can be an idea ...

Gorillaz
– ''Gorillaz (album), Gorillaz'' (2001), ''Demon Days'' (2005), ''Plastic Beach'' (2010) * Gustavo Cerati – ''Ahí vamos, Ahi Vamos'' (2006) * Handsome Boy Modeling School – ''So... How's Your Girl?'' (1999), White People (album), ''White People'' (2004) * Hammerbox – Numb (Hammerbox album), ''Numb'' (1993) * Hed PE – Hed PE (album), ''Hed PE'' (1997) * Helmet (band), Helmet – ''Meantime (album), Meantime'' (1992), ''Betty (Helmet album), Betty'' (1994), Dead to the World (album), ''Dead to the World'' (2016) * Herbie Hancock – Future Shock (Herbie Hancock album), ''Future Shock'' (1983), Sound-System (album), ''Sound-System'' (1984), ''Perfect Machine'' (1999) * The Human League – Hysteria (The Human League album), ''Hysteria'' (1984) * Hüsker Dü – ''Candy Apple Grey'' (1986) * Ian Brown – Music of the Spheres (Ian Brown album), ''Music of the Spheres'' (2001), ''Solarized (album), Solarized'' (2004) *
Ice Cube O'Shea Jackson Sr. (born June 15, 1969), known professionally as Ice Cube, is an American rapper, actor, and filmmaker. His lyrics on N.W.A N.W.A (an abbreviation for Niggaz Wit Attitudes) was an American hip hop Hip hop or hip-hop ...

Ice Cube
– ''AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted'' (1990) * Iggy Pop – Instinct (Iggy Pop album), ''Instinct'' (1988), ''Beat 'Em Up'' (2001) *
Iron Maiden Iron Maiden are an English heavy metal Heavy metal may refer to: *Heavy metals, a loose category of relatively dense metals and metalloids **Toxic heavy metal, any heavy metal chemical element of environmental concern *Heavy metal music, a ...

Iron Maiden
– ''The Essential Iron Maiden'' (2005) * James Brown – ''In the Jungle Groove'' (1986) * The Jayhawks – ''Hollywood Town Hall'' (1992) * Jeff Buckley – ''Grace (Jeff Buckley album), Grace'' (1994) * The Jesus Lizard – Show (The Jesus Lizard album), ''Show'' (1996), The Jesus Lizard (EP), ''The Jesus Lizard'' (1998), Blue (The Jesus Lizard album), ''Blue'' (1998) * Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – ''Now I Got Worry'' (1996), Acme (album), ''Acme'' (1998), ''Xtra-Acme USA'' (1999), Damage (Blues Explosion album), ''Damage'' (2004) * John Mellencamp – ''Uh-huh'' (1983) * Johnny Goudie & The Little Champions – ''El Payaso'' (2009) * Joyce Sims – ''Come into My Life (Joyce Sims song), Come into My Life'' (1987) * Juanes – ''Loco de Amor (album), Loco de Amor'' (2014) * ''Judgment Night (film), Judgment Night'' – Judgment Night (soundtrack), soundtrack (1993) * Just-Ice – ''The Desolate One'' (1989) * Kasabian – ''West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum'' (2009), ''Velociraptor!'' (2011) *
The Killers The Killers are an American rock Rock most often refers to: * Rock (geology) A rock is any naturally occurring solid mass or aggregate of minerals or mineraloid matter. It is categorized by the minerals included, its Chemical compoun ...

The Killers
– ''Sam's Town'' (2006), Sawdust (album), ''Sawdust'' (2007) * Kittie – ''Spit (album), Spit'' (2000) * Korn – Untouchables (album), ''Untouchables'' (2002) * Kurtis Blow – Kurtis Blow (album), ''Kurtis Blow'' (1980), Deuce (Kurtis Blow album), ''Deuce'' (1981), Tough (Kurtis Blow album), ''Tough'' (1982), ''Party Time?'' (1983), ''The Best Rapper on the Scene'' (1983), Ego Trip (Kurtis Blow album), ''Ego Trip'' (1984) * Kyuss – ''Blues for the Red Sun'' (1992) * L'Arc-en-Ciel – ''Smile (L'Arc-en-Ciel album), Smile'' (2004), ''Awake (L'Arc-en-Ciel album), Awake'' (2005), ''Kiss (L'Arc-en-Ciel album), Kiss'' (2007) * Less Than Jake – ''GNV FLA'' (2008) *
Limp Bizkit Limp Bizkit is an American rap rock Rap rock is a fusion genre that fuses vocal and instrumental elements of hip hop with various forms of rock. Rap rock's most popular subgenres include rap metal and rapcore, which include heavy metal ...

Limp Bizkit
– ''Three Dollar Bill, Yall$'' (1997), ''Significant Other (album), Significant Other'' (1999), ''Gold Cobra'' (2011) *
LL Cool J James Todd Smith (born January 14, 1968), known professionally as LL Cool J (short for Ladies Love Cool James), is an American rapper Rapping (also rhyming, spitting, emceeing or MCing) is a musical form of vocal delivery that incorporate ...

LL Cool J
– ''Bigger and Deffer'' (1987), ''Walking with a Panther'' (1989), ''Mama Said Knock You Out'' (1990), ''14 Shots to the Dome'' (1993) * Luna Sea – ''Lunacy (album), Lunacy'' (2000) * Luxtorpeda (band), Luxtorpeda – ''MYWASWYNAS'' (2016) * Major Lazer – ''Free the Universe'' (2013) * Marmaduke Duke – ''Duke Pandemonium'' (2009) * Material (band), Material – ''Memory Serves'' (1982), ''One Down'' (1982), Seven Souls (album), ''Seven Souls'' (1989), ''The Third Power'' (1991), Live in Japan (Material album), ''Live in Japan'' (1993), ''Hallucination Engine'' (1994), ''Temporary Music'' (2017) * Manowar – ''Kings of Metal'' (1988) * Material Issue – ''Destination Universe'' (1992) * The Mescaleros – ''Streetcore'' (2003) *
Metallica Metallica is an American heavy metal Heavy metal may refer to: *Heavy metals, a loose category of relatively dense metals and metalloids **Toxic heavy metal, any heavy metal chemical element of environmental concern *Heavy metal music, a ...

Metallica
– Hardwired... to Self-Destruct, Hardwired... To Self-Destruct (2016) *
Metallica Metallica is an American heavy metal Heavy metal may refer to: *Heavy metals, a loose category of relatively dense metals and metalloids **Toxic heavy metal, any heavy metal chemical element of environmental concern *Heavy metal music, a ...

Metallica
– ''Master of Puppets'' (Remasted 2017) * The Mighty Mighty Bosstones – ''Pay Attention'' (2000) * The Mint Chicks – ''Crazy? Yes! Dumb? No!'' (2006), ''Bad Buzz EP'' (2010) * Modest Mouse – ''Good News for People Who Love Bad News'' (2004), ''We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank'' (2007) * – ' (2001) * – ' (2004) * Motörhead – Ace of Spades (album), ''Ace of Spades'' (1980) * Mudvayne – ''L.D. 50 (album), L.D. 50'' (2000) *
Muse In ancient Greek religion Ancient Greek religion encompasses the collection of beliefs, rituals, and Greek mythology, mythology originating in ancient Greece in the form of both popular public religion and Cult (religious practice), cult practi ...
– Absolution (album), ''Absolution'' (2003), ''Black Holes and Revelations'' (2006) * Mushroomhead – ''A Wonderful Life (Mushroomhead album), A Wonderful Life'' (2020) * My Sister's Machine – ''Diva (My Sister's Machine album), Diva'' (1992), ''Wallflower (My Sister's Machine album), Wallflower'' (1993) * Nat and Alex Wolff, The Naked Brothers Band – ''I Don't Want to Go to School'' (2008) * Nice & Smooth – ''Nice & Smooth (album), Nice & Smooth'' (1989) *
Nirvana ' (, , ; sa, निर्वाण} ''nirvāṇa'' ; Pali Pali () is a Middle Indo-AryanIndo-Aryan refers to: * Indo-Aryan languages ** Indo-Aryan superstrate in Mitanni or Mitanni-Aryan * Indo-Aryan peoples, the various peoples sp ...
– ''
Nevermind ''Nevermind'' is the second studio album by American rock Rock most often refers to: * Rock (geology) A rock is any naturally occurring solid mass or aggregate of minerals or mineraloid matter. It is categorized by the minerals included, ...

Nevermind
'' (1991) * Nona Hendryx – ''The Art of Defense'' (1984) * Norma Jean (band), Norma Jean – ''O God, the Aftermath'' (2005) * Ozzy Osbourne – ''Bark at the Moon'' (1983) *
Pantera Pantera () was an American heavy metal Heavy metal may refer to: *Heavy metals, a loose category of relatively dense metals and metalloids **Toxic heavy metal, any heavy metal chemical element of environmental concern *Heavy metal music, a ...

Pantera
– ''Cowboys from Hell'' (1990), ''Vulgar Display of Power'' (1992), ''Reinventing the Steel'' (2000) * Papa Roach – Infest (album), ''Infest'' (2000) * Pixies – Bossanova (Pixies album), ''Bossanova'' (1990), Minotaur (Pixies album), ''Minotaur'' (2009) * Powerman 5000 – ''Anyone for Doomsday?'' (2001) * Pray for the Soul of Betty – ''Pray for the Soul of Betty (album), Pray for the Soul of Betty'' (2005) *
Public Enemy "Public enemy" is a Terminology, term which was first widely used in the United States in the 1930s to describe individuals whose activities were seen as criminal and extremely damaging to society, though the phrase had been used for centuries ...
– ''Yo! Bum Rush the Show'' (1987), ''Fear of a Black Planet'' (1990) * PUP (band), PUP – ''The Dream Is Over'' (2016) * Pyogenesis – ''Unpop'' (1997) * The Raconteurs – ''Steady, As She Goes'' (2006) *
Rammstein Rammstein (, "ramming stone") is a German Neue Deutsche Härte band formed in Berlin Berlin (; ) is the Capital city, capital and List of cities in Germany by population, largest city of Germany by both area and population. Its 3,769,49 ...

Rammstein
– ''Mutter (album), Mutter'' (2001), ''Reise, Reise'' (2004), ''Rosenrot'' (2005) *
Ramones The Ramones were an American punk rock band that formed in the New York City neighborhood of Forest Hills, Queens, in 1974. They are often cited as the first true punk rock group. Despite achieving only limited commercial success initially, t ...
– ''Brain Drain (album), Brain Drain'' (1989), ''Loco Live'' (1991) * Rancid (band), Rancid – ''...And Out Come the Wolves'' (1995) * Redlight King – ''Irons in the Fire'' (2013) * Red Hot Chili Peppers – ''The Uplift Mofo Party Plan'' (1987), ''Mother's Milk'' (1989), ''Blood Sugar Sex Magik'' (1991) * The Replacements (band), The Replacements – Hootenanny (The Replacements album), ''Hootenanny'' (1983), Let It Be (The Replacements album), ''Let It Be'' (1984) * Reuben (band), Reuben – ''In Nothing We Trust'' (2007) * Rise Robots Rise – ''Rise Robots Rise'' (1992) * Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock – It Takes Two (album), ''It Takes Two'' (1988) * Rollins Band – ''The End of Silence'' (1992), Weight (album), ''Weight'' (1994) * Rumpletilskinz – ''What Is a Rumpletilskin?'' (1993) * Run–D.M.C. – ''Tougher Than Leather'' (1988), Down with the King (album), ''Down with the King'' (1993) * Rush (band), Rush – Fly by Night (album), ''Fly by Night'' (1975), ''A Farewell to Kings'' (1977), ''Permanent Waves'' (1980), Moving Pictures (Rush album), ''Moving Pictures'' (1981), ''Vapor Trails'' (2002) * Ryan Adams – ''Ryan Adams (album), Ryan Adams'' (2014) * Saliva (band), Saliva – Survival of the Sickest (album), ''Survival of the Sickest'' (2004), ''Blood Stained Love Story'' (2007) * Santana (band), Santana – ''Viva Santana!'' (1988) * Saosin – ''In Search of Solid Ground'' (2009) * Scorpions (band), Scorpions – ''Lovedrive'' (1979), Blackout (Scorpions album), ''Blackout'' (1982) * Screaming Trees – ''Sweet Oblivion'' (1992), Dust (Screaming Trees album), ''Dust'' (1996) * Sense Field – Building (Sense Field album), ''Building'' (1996) * Sepultura – ''Arise (Sepultura album), Arise'' (1991) * Sevendust – ''Sevendust (album), Sevendust'' (1997) * Sexepil – ''Sugar for the Soul'' (1995) *
Sheryl Crow Sheryl Suzanne Crow (born February 11, 1962) is an American musician, singer, songwriter and actress. Her music incorporates elements of , , , and . She has released ten studio albums, four compilations and two live albums, as well as contribu ...

Sheryl Crow
– ''
C'mon, C'mon ''C'mon, C'mon'' is the fourth studio album by American singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow Sheryl Suzanne Crow (born February 11, 1962) is an American musician, singer, songwriter, and actress. Her music incorporates elements of pop, rock, coun ...
'' (2002) * Shihad – ''Love Is the New Hate'' (2005) * Shinedown – ''Leave a Whisper'' (2003) * Skunk Anansie – ''Stoosh'' (1996), ''Post Orgasmic Chill'' (1999) * Slayer – ''Reign in Blood'' (1986), ''South of Heaven'' (1988), ''Seasons in the Abyss'' (1990), ''Diabolus in Musica'' (1998), ''Repentless'' (2015) *
The Smashing Pumpkins The Smashing Pumpkins (or Smashing Pumpkins) are an American alternative rock band from Chicago. Formed in 1988 by frontman Billy Corgan (lead vocals, guitar), D'arcy Wretzky (bass), James Iha (guitar), and Jimmy Chamberlin (drums), the band has ...
– ''Gish'' (1991), ''Siamese Dream'' (1993), ''Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness'' (1995), ''Adore (The Smashing Pumpkins album), Adore'' (1998), ''Machina/The Machines of God'' (2000), ''Monuments to an Elegy'' (2014) *
Sneaker Pimps Sneaker Pimps are an English electronic music band, formed in Hartlepool in 1994. They are best known for their debut album, ''Becoming X'' (1996), and its singles "6 Underground (song), 6 Underground" and "Spin Spin Sugar". The band takes its na ...
– Splinter (Sneaker Pimps album), ''Splinter'' (1999) * Sonic Youth – ''Sister'' (1987), ''Daydream Nation'' (1988), Goo (album), ''Goo'' (1990), Dirty (Sonic Youth album), ''Dirty'' (1992), ''Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star'' (1994) * Soul Asylum – ''Let Your Dim Light Shine'' (1995), ''Delayed Reaction'' (2012), ''Change of Fortune'' (2016) * Soundgarden – ''Louder Than Love'' (1989), ''Badmotorfinger'' (1991) * Special Ed – ''Youngest in Charge'' (1989), ''Legal (Special Ed album), Legal'' (1990) *
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– ''Gimme Fiction'' (2005), ''Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga'' (2007), Transference (album), ''Transference'' (2010), ''They Want My Soul'' (2014), ''Hot Thoughts'' (2017) * The Spindle Sect – "Bubonic Tronic" (2012) * Sponge (band), Sponge – ''Rotting Piñata'' (1994), ''Wax Ecstatic'' (1996), ''For All the Drugs in the World'' (2003) * Spookey Ruben – ''Modes of Transportation Vol. 1'' (1995) *
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– ''Transference (album), Transference'' (2010) * Stabbing Westward – Stabbing Westward (album), ''Stabbing Westward'' (2001) * Staind – ''Dysfunction (album), Dysfunction'' (1999) * Suede (band), Suede – ''Bloodsports'' (2013) * Sum 41 – ''Half Hour of Power'' (2000), ''Does This Look Infected?'' (2002) * Super Furry Animals – Guerrilla (album), ''Guerrilla'' (1999) * The Swear – ''Every Trick's a Good One'' (2005) * Swervedriver – ''Mezcal Head'' (1993) * Super Lover Cee & Casanova Rud – ''Girls I Got 'Em Locked'' (1988) * Swans (band), Swans – The Burning World (album), ''The Burning World'' (1989), ''White Light from the Mouth of Infinity'' (1991), Love of Life (album), ''Love of Life'' (1992) * Tad (band), Tad – ''Live Alien Broadcasts'' (1995) * Taking Back Sunday – Taking Back Sunday (album), ''Taking Back Sunday'' (2011) * Taproot (band), Taproot – ''Our Long Road Home'' (2008) * Tegan and Sara – ''So Jealous'' (2004) * Terminator X – ''Terminator X & The Valley of the Jeep Beets'' (1991)Terminator X – Terminator X & The Valley Of The Jeep Beets (CD liner notes). P.R.O. Division/Rush Associated Labels/Columbia Records. CK 46896 * The The – Solitude (The The album), ''Solitude'' (1993), Dusk (The The album), ''Dusk'' (1993), Hanky Panky (The The album), ''Hanky Panky'' (1995), ''NakedSelf'' (2000), ''Soul Mining'' (2002), ''Infected (The The album), Infected'' (2002), ''Mind Bomb'' (2002) *This Land (Gary Clark Jr. album) (2019) *
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– ''Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams'' (2013), ''America (Thirty Seconds to Mars album), America'' (2018) * Triggerfinger - ''By Absence of the Sun'' (2014) * Thrice – ''The Artist in the Ambulance'' (2003), ''The Alchemy Index Vols. I & II'' (2007), ''The Alchemy Index Vols. III & IV'' (2008), ''Beggars (album), Beggars'' (2009), ''Major/Minor (album), Major/Minor'' (2011) * Toadies – Rubberneck (album), ''Rubberneck'' (1995), ''Hell Below/Stars Above'' (2001) *
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– ''Franks Wild Years'' (1987) * Train (band), Train – California 37 (album), ''California 37'' (2012) * Twelve Foot Ninja – ''Smoke Bomb EP'' (2010) *
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Twenty One Pilots
– ''Vessel (Twenty One Pilots album), Vessel'' (2013) * – ''Pop (U2 album), Pop'' (1997) * Unkle – ''Never, Never, Land'' (2003), War Stories (album), ''War Stories'' (2007) * The Vaccines – ''Come of Age'' (2012) *
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Van Halen
– ''A Different Kind of Truth'' (2012) * Violent Femmes – ''Why Do Birds Sing?'' (1991), ''Freak Magnet'' (2000) * Ween – ''Pure Guava'' (1992), ''Chocolate and Cheese'' (1994), ''White Pepper'' (2000), Quebec (album), ''Quebec'' (2003), La Cucaracha (album), ''La Cucaracha'' (2007) *
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The White Stripes
– ''Get Behind Me Satan'' (2005) * Xu Xu Fang – ''Daylong Secret'' (2016) * Xzibit – ''Napalm (album), Napalm'' (2012) * Yeah Yeah Yeahs – ''Fever to Tell'' (2003), ''Show Your Bones'' (2006) * Young Guns (band), Young Guns – ''Ones and Zeros (Young Guns album), Ones and Zeros'' (2015) * Zwan – ''Mary Star of the Sea (album), Mary Star of the Sea'' (2003)


References


External links

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Howie Weinberg's bio at Masterdisk
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''Howie Weinberg'', The Rock Hard Times
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