Not to be confused with the late guitarist from the Ruts, producer Paul Fox's career began with XTC's 1989 album Oranges & Lemons, followed in 1991 by Robyn Hitchcock's Perspex Island. In 1992, Fox enjoyed his most successful year to date, helming not only 10,000 Maniacs' smash Our Time in Eden but also the Sugarcubes' swan song Stick Around for Joy. Texas' Ricks Road and the Straitjacket Fits' Blow followed in 1993, and a year later he returned with They Might Be Giants' John Henry and Phish's Hoist. Albums from Edwin McCain, Semisonic, and Grant Lee Buffalo appeared in the following years.
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