Tom Lord-Alge is credited as the Mixing Engineer on Annie Lennox's album Songs Of Mass Destruction.
Tom Lord-Alge is a 3-time Grammy award winning record producer and mixer widely known as a leader in music mixing. His older brother, Chris Lord-Alge, is also a mix engineer.
Lord-Alge helped pioneer a method of digital tape editing known as "flying" vocals (e.g., using a piece of the chorus to accent a different part of the song, etc.).
One of the world's most prolific mix engineers, Lord-Alge continues to turn out a massive quantity of work, mixing such popular artists as Manic Street Preachers, Sarah Brightman, Sarah McLachlan, Marilyn Manson, Angels & Airwaves, Oasis, Sum 41, The Rolling Stones, Peter Gabriel, Blink-182, David Poe, Fountains of Wayne, Avril Lavigne, U2, M2M, The Goo Goo Dolls, +Live+, Hoobastank, and Billy Talent, to name a few.
Tom Lord-Alge gained notoriety while working at Unique Recording Studios, NYC in the 1980's for his mixing for Force M.D.'s, Chaka Kahn, Taka Boom Malcom McLaren, David, Johansen, OMD, TKA, Jeff Beck, Little Steven, Wendy & Lisa, John Waite, Earth, Wind & Fire, Supertramp, The System.
In 1985, Tom Lord-Alge recorded and mixed Steve Winwood's back in the High Life" album featuring the single "Higher Love" The album Back in the Highlife won multiple Grammys in 1986 for Record of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male and Tom Lord-Alge won the Grammy for Best Engineered Recording - Non-Classical.