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From left to right: Kings of Leon’s “Mechanical Bull, Sara Bareilles’ “The Blessed Unrest,” Alice In Chains’ “The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here,” Snoop Lion’s “Reincarnated,” Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” The National’s “Trouble Will Find Me,” Taylor Swift’s “Red,” and Tame Impala’s “Lonerism.”

Sterling’s 2014 Grammy Nominations Playlist

With the 2014 Grammys less than a week away, all here at Sterling are excited to see which records we mastered will be awarded the gilded gramophone. The list of contenders is long and impressive, traversing many genres. Between Robin Thicke’s divisive “Blurred Lines” (mastered by Chris Gehringer), Imagine Dragons’ rock anthem “Radioactive” (mastered by Joe LaPorta), Sara Bareilles’ singer-songwriter album Blessed Unrest (mastered by Greg Calbi), Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ hip-hop smash The Heist (mastered by Tom Coyne), Alice in Chains’ album The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here (mastered by Ted Jensen), and  Call it Art: New York Art Quartet 1964-1965 (mastered by Steve Fallone), we have six engineers that are eligible to win trophies this year. Even more impressive, a total of 75 nominations were mastered by Sterling engineers; below is a playlist of everything we mastered that is nominated. Stay tuned for Sterling related news during the awards show this Sunday!

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