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Mark Needham / M.A.N. Entertainment 2007 Press

Republic Tigers L.A. Show Reviewed

December 27, 2007—Review by Berry Anderson on The Pitch.com, Kansas City

I got the chance to talk with drummer Justin Tricomi after the show. The Republic Tigers had spent the past week and a half recording at The Ballroom, the studio of sound engineer Mark Needham's (The Killers, Chris Isaak, Cake). "Mark Needham is a genius and the label is awesome," Tricomi raved.

Gran Ronde Introduces Dark, Angular Rock On EP

December 21, 2007—By pluginmusic.com

Employing the help of master mixer/producer Mark Needham (The Killers, Fleetwood Mac, Paul Simon) and the mixing assistance of James Bairian (Giant Drag, Dirty Little Secret), the recordings aptly capture the intensity of the foursome's live show while adding a slick polish.

SOUNDING OFF

November 19, 2007—By Asbury Park Press

That's interesting because growing up, singer Mat McHugh kept his distance from those bands and many of their contemporaries. McHugh credits Mark Needham, who mixed Ziggurats, for the "hugeness" of the album.

This Beautiful Republic Wins Fans Abroad

September 19, 2007—By CMSpin

Its label debut, Even Heroes Need a Parachute, produced by Allen Salmon and mixed by Mark Needham (The Killers, Fleetwood Mac, Michelle Branch) released April 3, 2007 to wide recognition from critics, many who cited This Beautiful Republic as a contender for New Artist of the Year.

Jay Clifford Solo Tour

September 18, 2007—By antiMusic.com

The impressive crew of musicians on Driving Blind include drummer Travis McNabb, bassist Dan Rothchild, and guitarists Dave Levita and Greg Suran. The record was mixed by Mark Needham (The Killers, Chris Isaak).

Music: Sound off

September 6, 2007—By Devin Grant, The Post and Courier

The CD was mixed by Mark Needham, who also twirled the knobs on releases by The Killers and Chris Isaak.

Band gives fans a "Romantics" lesson

August 16, 2007—By Anne Erickson, Lansing State Journal

The band's current full-length was produced by Zack Odom and Kenneth Mount (Cartel), and tracks were mixed by Mark Needham (My Chemical Romance).

Mayday Parade

July 13, 2007—By The Gauntlet

In January and February of 2007 the band entered the studio with producers Zack Odom and Kenneth Mount and the tracks were mixed by Mark Needham (My Chemical Romance, The Academy Is).

Scissors For Lefty Get Underhanded On New Album

May 29, 2007—By ChartAttack.com Staff

Mark Needham (The Killers, Fleetwood Mac) mixed the record, which will be issued by L.A.'s Eenie Meenie Records.

Mayday Parade Post New Song; New Album Details

May 2, 2007—By Bryce Jacobson, Driven Far Off

The album was produced by Zach Odom and Ken Mount (Cartel, All Time Low) and mixed by Mark Needham (My Chemical Romance, The Academy Is).

Scissors For Lefty Struts Across U.S.

April 17, 2007—By ultimateGuitar.com

Produced/engineered by Charles Goodan (Beck, Santana, The Dust Brothers) and mixed by Mark Needham (The Killers, Fleetwood Mac, Chris Isaak), the album is a lighthearted respite — a superb summer soundtrack.

Listen to the new The Beautiful Girls single

April 10, 2007—By Soulshine News

Recorded at Noisegate studios in Australia and mixed at The Ballroom in LA by Mark Needham, I Thought About You showcases the band's new sound with harder hitting drum beats and a cleaner, more rock driven melody.

Sanctus Real Launches Spring Tour April 23 In Nashville During Gospel Music Week

March 30, 2007—By Starpulse News Blog

Releasing April 3, the band's first album, Even Heroes Need A Parachute, was produced by Allen Salmon. Celebrated mix engineer Mark Needham (The Killers, Fleetwood Mac, Michelle Branch) additionally lent his talents to the project.

Scissors For Lefty Kick Out Jams On Label Debut And Tour

March 2, 2007—By Ultimateguitar.com

High-energy rhythms, tongue-in-cheek sentiments, slick melodies and infectious charisma collide with great result on the group's Charles Goodan-produced/engineered (Beck, Santana, The Dust Brothers) and Mark Needham mixed (The Killers, Fleetwood Mac, Chris Isaak) label debut.

Girls ride a wave

February 24, 2007—By Sally Browne

It is being mixed by Mark Needham, who has worked with Fleetwood Mac, in his Hollywood hills private recording studio