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Songs That Changed Music: Grace Jones - Slave To The Rhythm - with Stephen Lipson | Produce Like a Pro

In 1985, producer Stephen Lipson teamed up with Bruce Woolley, Simon Darlow and Trevor Horn to create one of the decade’s most influential dance music tracks – 'Slave to the Rhythm.'

Songs that Changed Music: Love Will Tear Us Apart - Joy Division | Produce Like A Pro

Today, listeners are still captivated by “Love Will Tear Us Apart”.

Songs that Changed Music: Just Like Heaven - The Cure | Produce Like a Pro

In 1987, the Cure's indie sound collided with a pop aesthetic that captured audiences and reminded the world that popular music could still be art.

Songs that Changed Music: The Smiths - How Soon Is Now | Produce Like A Pro

Marr’s haunting, tremolo and sliding guitar part prepares the perfect sonic atmosphere for Morrissey’s angst-ridden lyrics.

Songs that Changed Music: New Order - Blue Monday | Produce Like A Pro

'Blue Monday’ cemented New Order’s transition from post-punk to alternative dance.