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Be the Void is the seventh album by psychedelic rock band Dr. Dog. It was released on February 7, 2012. It is the band's second release on the ANTI- record label after moving from Park the Van, and was co-produced by Nathan Sabatino and Dr. Dog.
The band "lusted after 'the immediacy, looseness, loudness, chaos, fast tempos and dirtier' nature of their live performances, where they leave behind any 'perfectionist attitudes' in favor of spontaneous passion." Tracking for the album took place at Nathan Sabatino's Loveland Studio in Tucson, AZ as well as Dr. Dog's Meth Beach Studio in Philadelphia, PA. Mixing was completed at The Studio, Philadelphia PA by Nathan Sabatino and Dr. Dog.
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