J-Rocks - Abbey Road Studios

Abbey Road Studios

J-Rocks made their mark as the first Indonesian band to have recorded at the world-famous Abbey Road studios in the United Kingdom. The recording and mixing process were performed during the five days from 12–16 October 2008. At Abbey Road studios, they were helped by Chris Butler, a renowned sound engineer. The result was their EP album, Road to Abbey, which contained 5 songs, released in 2009. The album cover's image portrayed band members crossing Abbey Road's zebra cross, imitating the style of The Beatles in the 1969 album, Abbey Road.

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