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John Fryer

John Fryer

Real/full name:
John Fryer
63 (born 1958)
Place of origin:
United Kingdom (London)


An English producer, engineer and occasional musician, Fryer started his career in 1979 as an assistant mixing engineer at Blackwing Studios in London. In 1981, he got the opportunity to produce Fad Gadget's Incontinent. After that he worked with numerous artists including Cocteau Twins, Depeche Mode, M|A|R|R|S, Clan Of Xymox, Nine Inch Nails, Die Krupps, This Mortal Coil and Love And Rockets.

The Hope Blister


This Mortal Coil


Apollyon Sun

2000 Sub Remixing (track 2)

Cradle of Filth

1999 PanDaemonAeon (Video) Mixing (tracks 1, 2)
1999 From the Cradle to Enslave (EP) Mixing (Tracks 1, 2)
2000 Midian Producer
2002 Lovecraft & Witch Hearts (Compilation) Producer

Die Krupps

1992 I Co-producer, Mixing
1992 A Tribute to Metallica (EP) Mixing, Producer
1993 Enter Sandman / One (EP) Mixing (tracks 1, 2), Producer


2005 Conspiritus Mixing, Producer

Lacrimas Profundere

2006 Filthy Notes for Frozen Hearts Producer, Engineering, Mixing
2008 Songs for the Last View Producer, Mixing, Engineering
2010 The Grandiose Nowhere Producer


2001 Laugh, Cry, Lose (Single) Producer, Mixing, Engineering
2001 Life (EP) Mixing, Engineering, Producer

Paradise Lost

2001 Mouth (Single) Producer
2001 Believe in Nothing Producer, Engineering
2001 Fader (Single) Producer, Engineering

Raging Speedhorn

2000 Raging Speedhorn Producer, Mixing


2011 Wars of the Roses Co-producer, Mixing (tracks 1-6)

White Zombie

1996 Supersexy Swingin' Sounds Producer (additional) (tracks 3, 6), Remixing
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