Credited on Bete Noire.
Skyline Studios of New York began in 1979 as an outgrowth of a project studio started by Paul Wickliffe, Skyline's president and chief engineer for sixteen years. Located at 36 West 37th St., it began as a one room 16 track facility and grew into a three room 48 track SSL / Studer facility at the time of its closure in 1994. Skyline had earned a reputation as a world class studio and was invited to be a founding member of the World Studio Organization. It had earned five consecutive TEC award nominations from the readers of Mix Magazine for "Outstanding Studio Facility" from 1989 to 1993. The professionals that worked there read like the "Who's Who" of the recording industry: