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Produced: The Stone Roses, Radiohead, Muse

An apprenticeship with the greats at Abbey Road was always going to stand the young Leckie in good stead, but making two iconic records of consecutive decades is Godlike by anyone’s standards. ‘The Stone Roses’ actually provided the watermark where the 80s ended moved on into an age of something grander, and five years later he achieved the same majesty with Radiohead and ‘The Bends’. In a career like that, the debuts from Elastica and Verve might even be considered , and latterly he’s made classics both underrated (My Computer’s lost classic ‘No CV’) and gigantic (Muse’s ‘Origin Of Symmetry’).

 
 
 
 
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