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Mark Angelo Lusardi, brother of the famous glamour model Linda Lusardi, was a pioneer of UK dub who’d honed his skills in London’s Gooseberry Sound Studios recording with the likes of Dennis Bovell, Creation Rebel and Prince Far I in the late 70s. He would later set up his own [l286910] which, amoungst its other clients, included the leading Reggae label Greensleeves, with Lusardi working, most notably, on Clint Eastwood & General Saint’s ‘two Bad DJ’ (1983). His long-time association with maverick British bassist, Jah Wobble, goes right back to his time with Public Image Ltd. Lusardi also worked with P.I.L and The Sex Pistols - a good example of the links between punk and Reggae at that time.
In the mid-90s he developed an outboard EQ / filtering device called “The Mutator”, used by numerous recording artists including Massive Attack, Radiohead, William Orbit, Beck, Leftfield, and Daft Punk.