Electric Lady Studios is a recording studio in Greenwich Village, New York City. It was commissioned by rock musician Jimi Hendrix in 1968 and designed by architect John Storyk and audio engineer Eddie Kramer by 1970. The studio is still in operation today.

Many famous metal and hard rock albums have been recorded or mixed at Electric Lady Studios. Kiss recorded “Dressed to Kill”, “Alive II”, and “Asylum”. AC/DC mixed “Back in Black” in the studio. Iron Maiden mixed “Piece of Mind”, “Powerslave”, and “Somewhere in Time” in the studio. Ozzy Osbourne partly recorded “Ozzmosis” in the studio. Alice Cooper partly recorded “Welcome to my Nightmare” in the studio. Led Zeppelin partly recorded “House of the Holy” and “Physical Graffiti” in the studio.

In 2023 Gene Simmons from Kiss offered to record a song with him in Electric Lady Studio for the princely sum of $6000.

52 W 8th St, New York, NY 10011, USA

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