Seether and Brendan O Brien


Brendan O’Brien

His studio career was launched by the success of the first Black Crowes album, Shake Your Money Maker, which he engineered and played guitar and bass on.

In the early ‘90’s he began working at Geffen Records under Rick Rubin, producing bands like Stone Temple Pilots and Pearl Jam.

In the mid 90’s he became vice president of Epic Records and Epic imprint 57 Records. He has won two Grammys. He also played a Hammond organ for Bob Dylan’s appearance on MTV Unplugged. In 1995 he joined Pearl Jam and Neil Young on keyboard for the Mirrorball tour across Europe.

Presently, 14 of his albums produced have reached #1 in America on the Billboard Hot 200 Charts.

A few of the many albums produced:

CoreStone Temple Pilots (1992)

Vs.Pearl Jam (1993)

Bob Dylan’s Greatest Hits Volume 3Bob Dylan (1993)

DogmanKing’s X (1994)

PurpleStone Temple Pilots (1994)

VitalogyPearl Jam (1994)

Mirror BallNeil Young with Pearl Jam (1995)

Evil EmpireRage Against the Machine (1996)

No CodePearl Jam (1996)

Tiny Music… Songs from the Vatican Gift ShopStone Temple Pilots (1996)

YieldPearl Jam (1998)

No. 4Stone Temple Pilots (1999)

IssuesKoЯn (1999)

The Battle of Los AngelesRage Against the Machine (1999)

Conspiracy Of OneThe Offspring (2000)

Shangri-La Dee DaStone Temple Pilots (2001)

Drops of JupiterTrain (2001)

The RisingBruce Springsteen (2002)

SplinterThe Offspring (2003)

A Crow Left of the MurderIncubus (2004)

Alive at Red RocksIncubus (2004)

Devils and DustBruce Springsteen (2005)

RevelationsAudioslave (2006)

Light GrenadesIncubus (2006)

LibertadVelvet Revolver (2007)

MagicBruce Springsteen (2007)

The Fabled CityTom Morello: The Nightwatchman (2008)

Black IceAC/DC (2008)

Working on a DreamBruce Springsteen (2009)

Monuments and MelodiesIncubus (2009)

BackspacerPearl Jam (2009)

TBAAerosmith (2010)

TBA – My Chemical Romance (2010)

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