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There are several artists called Eleven: one American rock band and a Swedish electronic pop band ("eleven" is a swedish word meaning "the student").
Eleven (us) is a production team made up of Alain Johannes and Natasha Shneider. Their abilities extend beyond production, engineering and mixing to include songwriting, arrangement and orchestration.
Their band, Eleven, which includes drummer Jack Irons (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pearl Jam) have recorded five critically-acclaimed albums which have won the respect and admiration of fellow musicians. They have toured extensively with Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and Queens of
the Stone Age, joining the latter as touring and recording members for the past 5 years.
Gifted musicians and songwriters, Alain and Natasha have performed, engineered and produced recordings for many artists. Some career highlights to date include:
› Chris Cornell - Alain and Natasha produced, engineered and mixed
Cornell's debut album, "Euphoria Morning" They recorded the album
at their studio, 11AD, performing and arranging all of the tracks
as well as co-writing many of them.
› Queens of the Stone Age - Alain engineered several projects for this
band as well as co-wrote several songs on "Songs For The Deaf" and
Lullabies To Paralyze." Alain and Natasha have also performed on
› Eagles of Death Metal - "Peace, Love and Death Metal" and "Death By Sexy"
recorded and mixed at 11AD.
› No Doubt - Alain began his relationship with No Doubt by engineering
"Return To Saturn." Alain and Natasha also co-produced "Love To Love You Baby"
which appeared on the "Zoolander" soundtrack, as well as several tracks on
› Live - Their album "V" was recorded at 11AD and co-produced/engineered by Alain.
› Brian May (Queen) and Jimmy Gnecco - Alain and Natasha wrote "Someone
To Die For" which is on the Spider-man 2 soundtrack.
› Desert Sessions 7&8 and 9&10 - Alain and Natasha have performed and written on
this critically acclaimed series of callaborations which include P.J. Harvey,
Josh Homme and Dean Ween, as well as many others.
Eleven (se) is an electronic pop band from Umeå in Sweden. The name is swedish and means "the Student" in english. They have released one album by the name "Familjen På Stålvägen 5"
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