Albert Caiati

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Albert Caiati (born May 4, 1956) is a recording engineer and producer who has worked with They Might Be Giants on multiple occasions. He and his brother Mike founded Coyote Recording Studios, where No! and several tracks from Mink Car were recorded. (Caiati recorded and mixed the former, and shares a production credit with Pat Dillett on the latter.) He also worked on Here Comes Science and John Linnell's State Songs.

Caiati is the next-to-last person thanked at the end of the They Might Be Giants Vs. McSweeney's disc. He is also the drummer for the World Famous Blue Jays, alongside guitarist and fellow TMBG contributor Jay Sherman-Godfrey.

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