|4. Visions and Coincidences|
this point, S.I. were on the verge of a merger with Roadrunner Records,
though rumours had already crept back to the band of the formers
financial problems. After considering alternatives,
the difficult decision was taken to risk going with S.I. for the third
album with the lure of the greater album sales that Roadrunner could
bring. Co-incidentally, it was discovered that Damian was back in town
and things in the LaSalle camp were not all roses!
Landmarq asked if he would like to record the next album to which Damian jumped at the chance, securing a release from his contract to do so. The Vision Pit came out on S.I./Roadrunner in 1995 and recorded, as with the previous two, at Thin Ice Studios with the production/engineering team of Clive Nolan and Karl Groom; in addition Rob Aubrey (noted for his work with IQ and Jadis) was brought in to record drums and guitars.
Mastering of 'The Vision Pit' was overseen by Clive Nolan at the world-famous Abbey Road Studios in London where head of mastering, Chris Blair, was at the controls.
Another visit would be paid to Abbey Road in 1998 to master Landmarqs' fourth album, 'Science of Coincidence', this time by Steve Rooke.
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