Stephen Street Biography
Stephen Brian Street (born 29 March 1960 in Hackney, London) is an English music producer best known for his work with The Smiths, The Cranberries and Blur. Street collaborated with Morrissey on his debut album Viva Hate following the split of The Smiths.
Stephen Street is a famous Musical artist, who was born on March 29, 1960 in United Kingdom.
According to Astrologers, Stephen Street zodiac sign is Aries
Street began his musical career in the late 1970s playing in various bands around London. He played bass in the new wave ska/pop group, Bim, with future Neneh Cherry/Massive Attack producer Cameron McVey. The band were featured in the Listen to London documentary film. Street started at Island Records’ Fallout Shelter Studio in 1982 firstly as an “in-house assistant” and then as an “in-house engineer”.
Stephen Street Net Worth
Stephen Street is one of the richest Musical artist. Stephen Street is also listed on the elit list of Richest Musical artist born on March 29 . According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Stephen Street net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.
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He produced The Caretaker Race’s album Hangover Square in 1990. The band, formed by ex-Loft guitarist Andy Strickland and roving drummer Dave Mew, had recorded a number of singles previously, some produced by John Parrish. For Hangover Square, the band added a number of new tracks, including “Man Overboard” and “2 Steel Rings”, both released as singles.
In 1989, Street produced and engineered “The Black Swan” by The Triffids. Street produced the 1990 Danielle Dax album Blast the Human Flower, released on Sire Records, along with a subsequent remix EP.
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During this time, he engineered for reggae artists including Black Uhuru and Linton Kwesi Johnson, and for jùjú musician King Sunny Adé. He helped produce and mix several tracks on Stephen Duffy’s first two albums: The Ups and the Downs in 1985 and Because We Love You in 1986. Twelve years later, he worked with Duffy on his 1998 album I Love My Friends.
In 2001–2002, Street worked from Jacobs Studios in Farnham, Surrey, England to produce Wood/Water, The Promise Ring’s final album, released by ANTI- in 2002. Street also co-produced A New Morning by Suede, released in September 2002.
Street worked with Lloyd Cole, produced Shed Seven’s 1998 album Let It Ride and worked with New Order. He also produced several tracks on the Longpigs second album Mobile Home in 1999.
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In 1988, Street, along with journalist Jerry Smith, who set up the Foundation Label. The label was home to artists including Bradford and Sp!n. However, the label wasn’t a commercial success and folded in 1991.
Street worked with The Darling Buds’ on their third and fourth albums Crawdaddy (1990) and Erotica (1992).
In 1992, Street started working with Irish band The Cranberries on their debut album Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We?. The album turned out to be a huge success in the U.S. In 1994, Street worked with the band again on their second album No Need to Argue. Following two albums with different producers, the band worked with Street again on their 2001 album Wake Up and Smell the Coffee and the two extra tracks that were recorded for their 2002 best of album Stars: “Stars” and “New New York”.