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Dirty is the seventh album by the American alternative rock group Sonic Youth, originally released on July 21, 1992 by DGC Records. It was deemed best album of 1992 by Entertainment Weekly.

Personnel

  • Peter Beckerman – mixing assistant
  • Edward Douglas – engineer
  • Kim Gordon – bass, vocals
  • Mike Kelley – artwork
  • Fred Kevorkian – assistant engineer
  • Ian MacKaye – guitar
  • Thurston Moore – guitar, vocals
  • Lee Ranaldo – guitar, vocals
  • Kevin Reagan – art direction
  • Steve Shelley – drums
  • John Siket – mixing assistant
  • Sonic Youth – producer
  • Butch Vig – producer, engineer, mixing
  • Andy Wallace – engineer, mixing
  • Howie Weinberg – mastering




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