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About The Dust Brothers

Celebrated for their sought-after production and remix techniques, this outfit's most recent critically acclaimed project was the score for the 1999 film Fight Club. Skilled at injecting a bit of mystery into any style of music -- from hip-hop to rock, dance music to pop -- the names Mike Simpson and John King appear on credits of albums from acts such as Hanson, the Beastie Boys, the Rolling Stones, Beck and Technotronic, to name just a few. Throughout their tenure in the music industry, the Dust Brothers have polished their rock/hip-hop hybrid formula to the point of perfection.

Listen toThe Dust Brotherson Rhapsody

Celebrated for their sought-after production and remix techniques, this outfit's most recent critically acclaimed project was the score for the 1999 film Fight Club. Skilled at injecting a bit of mystery into any style of music -- from hip-hop to rock, dance music to pop -- the names Mike Simpson and John King appear on credits of albums from acts such as Hanson, the Beastie Boys, the Rolling Stones, Beck and Technotronic, to name just a few. Throughout their tenure in the music industry, the Dust Brothers have polished their rock/hip-hop hybrid formula to the point of perfection.

About The Dust Brothers

Celebrated for their sought-after production and remix techniques, this outfit's most recent critically acclaimed project was the score for the 1999 film Fight Club. Skilled at injecting a bit of mystery into any style of music -- from hip-hop to rock, dance music to pop -- the names Mike Simpson and John King appear on credits of albums from acts such as Hanson, the Beastie Boys, the Rolling Stones, Beck and Technotronic, to name just a few. Throughout their tenure in the music industry, the Dust Brothers have polished their rock/hip-hop hybrid formula to the point of perfection.

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About The Dust Brothers

Celebrated for their sought-after production and remix techniques, this outfit's most recent critically acclaimed project was the score for the 1999 film Fight Club. Skilled at injecting a bit of mystery into any style of music -- from hip-hop to rock, dance music to pop -- the names Mike Simpson and John King appear on credits of albums from acts such as Hanson, the Beastie Boys, the Rolling Stones, Beck and Technotronic, to name just a few. Throughout their tenure in the music industry, the Dust Brothers have polished their rock/hip-hop hybrid formula to the point of perfection.

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