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For their third record, Sleep took almost two years writing, re-writing, and recording with producer Billy Anderson, investing a large portion of their major label advance on the album. The result was a 63-minute song, "Dopesmoker", that left the managers at London Records confused and dismayed. The band reworked the song into the 52-minute "Jerusalem" but London Records still refused to release it. The band was…

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