producer / composer / keyboard player / mixer / engineer
(((Anthrax, Fuel, Ill Nino, Smile Empty Soul, Dry Kill Logic, Jesse Malin, etc.)
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Eddie Woul has produced at least 25 albums (total sales in excess of 6
million units) for various artists including Anthrax, Jesse Malin, Smile
Empty Soul, Ill Nino and H2O. He has also produced recordings featuring
Bruce Springsteen, Jakob Dylan, Roger Daltrey, Chino Moreno (Deftones),
Jada Pinkett and Ryan Adams, as well as play keyboards and co produce/write
in a band with Brett Scallions (Fuel) and Sean Danielsen (Smile Empty Soul)
called World Fire Brigade. Currently he is producing the band Fuel.
There have been around two dozen or so songs written by him that have been
released on records. He has also written over 20 songs with Kara DioGuardi.
His credits as a composer include the score for the TV series "A Place
In The Sun" and the scores for the documentaries entitled 'Underdogs"
and "Bloodlines" for Tapout as well as a series of commercials
for the company. He has also composed, performed and produced numerous
cues heard on CBS, NBC, ABC, HBO, MTV, The Discovery Channel and VH1 -
17 cues on DJ AM Intervention show "Gone Too Far" on VH-1 , 7
cues in the "Phil Simms Pre-game Super Bowl Show" on CBS for
last year's Super Bowl, 8 cues for "24/7 Mayweather Mosley" and
"24/7 Penguins Capitals" on HBO, 5 cues for the "2011 NCAA
Basketball Tournament" and a number of cues in the "2010 Winter
Olympics" and "2012 Summer Olympics" on NBC. As well as
having over 220 cue placements in the "NFL on CBS", one of his
pieces is used as a recurring theme on "NFL Today" on CBS. Others
were used for the theme for the "NBA Finals" on ABC as well as
pieces in "The U.S. Open" on CBS. He currently landed 3 "Judge
Judy" promotional trailers for CBS and a number of cues for the TV
series "Dirty Money" and "Hell Roads" on The Discovery
Channel as well as multiple placements in at least 200 episodes of the
"Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson". He also has many placements
in "MTV Cribs" and "That Metal Show" on VH-1. His most
recent placements are the main themes on CBS, CSTV for "College Hockey"
and "College Lacrosse".