Plain White T's

Halbersberg, Elianne
November 2008
Mix;Nov2008, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p61
The article profiles the rock band Plain White T's and its album titled "Big Bad World." It includes background information on the band and its members, as well as a description of how the music for band's album is recorded, mixed and produced. Also cited are the issues' implications for the music business.


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