Danny Saber

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Danny Saber
Background information
Genre(s) Industrial rock, Alternative Rock, Electronic
Occupation(s) Composer, Mixer, Remixer, Record producer, Musician, Songwriter
Instrument(s) Synths, keyboards, guitar

Danny Saber is an ex-member of the England-based band Black Grape and frequent Marilyn Manson collaborator. He is known as a producer, remixer, engineer, and DJ working with artists like Madonna, Sheryl Crow and Public Enemy amongst many others. Recently he worked with Alice Cooper (one of Manson's influences) on his album "Along Came a Spider".

Saber's first collaboration with Marilyn Manson was "The Horrible People", a remix of "The Beautiful People". Saber would go on to play clavinet, strings and programming on the Mechanical Animals track "I Don't Like the Drugs (But the Drugs Like Me)" and would later remix that same song for a single release. He is also the producer for the live CD The Last Tour on Earth and contributed loops to the song "Born Again" on the album Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death).

Additionally, Saber and Marilyn Manson worked together on other projects. They remixed the Rasputina song "Transylvanian Concubine", creating the "Transylvanian Concubine (The Manson Mix, Radio Edit)" and "Transylvanian Concubine (Yes Sir, Mr. Sir Mix)" and Saber produced, mixed and played on gODHEAD's album 2000 Years of Human Error on which Manson also produced, appeared and released through his record label, Posthuman Records.

Collaborations with Marilyn Manson[edit]



Other Collaborations[edit]