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Iain Burgess

Iain Burgess

Real/full name:
Iain Burgess
56 (born Nov 24th, 1953)
Feb 11th, 2010
Died of:
Pulmonary embolism
Place of origin:
United Kingdom (Weymouth, Dorset, England)


Iain Burgess was a British record producer and audio engineer. He helped define the sound of the Chicago post-punk music scene in the 1980s and early '90s, working with a number of key underground bands, including Big Black, Naked Raygun, The Effigies, Get Smart!, Ministry, Bloodsport, Pegboy, Poster Children, and Bhopal Stiffs.

Iain died in France.

Black Spot

1989 Flaps Down Producer


1986 Forever & Ever Engineering, Producer

Fudge Tunnel

1990 The Sweet Sound of Excess (EP) Engineering, Producer (as "Iain")
1992 Fudgecake (Compilation) Producer


1989 Gloom Engineering, Producer
1999 Unabomber (Compilation) Engineering (tracks 4, 5)
2001 Macabre / Capitalist Casualties (Split) Engineering


1981 Cold Life (Single) Producer
1987 Twelve Inch Singles (1981-1984) (Compilation) Engineering


1987 Run to the Light Engineering
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