Chris Tsangarides

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Chris Tsangarides
Birth nameChristopher Andrew Tsangarides
Born(1956-08-17)17 August 1956
Died6 January 2018(2018-01-06) (aged 61)
GenresHard rock, heavy metal, alternative rock, pop music
OccupationsRecord producer, sound engineer, company owner, musician, songwriter
InstrumentsGuitar
Years active1975–2018
LabelsDark Lord Records
Associated actsExmore / More 2012

Christopher Andrew Tsangarides (17 August 1956 – 6 January 2018) was a British Grammy-nominated record producer, sound engineer, and mixer.

Tsangarides was best known for his work with many heavy metal bands, including Judas Priest, Anvil, Gary Moore, Thin Lizzy, Helloween, Angra, Anthem, Yngwie Malmsteen and Tygers of Pan Tang. Tsangarides worked with many pop and alternative artists as well, including Depeche Mode, Tom Jones, Concrete Blonde, and The Tragically Hip.[1]

Tsangarides died of heart failure complicated from pneumonia on 6 January 2018, aged 61.[2]

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  1. "Chris Tsangarides credits". AllMusic. All Media Network. Retrieved 2015-02-01.
  2. Chris Tsangarides, Famed Metal Producer, Dies

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