Anybody that was around while we were making the record knows how slammed we were for time. In the end the mixes suffered as they’re the last part of the process we didn’t really have time to mix them properly. It was more of a race against the clock than a mix situation. much to Cleopatra’s credit,they’ve given us extra time to get things right. Back when there was lots of money in the record business it was pretty common to go back and do recalls on mixes,but as the margins have gotten tighter it almost never happens anymore. All that being said, I have to commend Cleopatra for putting the record first and letting us go back and recall the mixes,it’s been quite awhile since a label spent the time and money to go back and get things right. I’m going back and doing 3 or 4, a few of the mixes were fine and another mixer is doing 1 or 2. I wanna thank the folks at Cleopatra for the opportunity to make this record right,most labels nowadays will just throw the record on the shelves ( iTunes) instead of spending the money/time to do recalls. The record will be much better for it,and that’s all that really matters.