The info on this is always thin on the ground, or shaky at best. Can any of you guys tell me what albums were definitely recorded using Mesa Boogie Dual or Triple Rectifiers? They're always touted as the best rock/metal amps money can buy, yet they don't seem to be massively popular in a studio context :\ I owned a triple, but sold it almost immediately as it was a frivolous purchase I couldn't really afford, and my other amps were getting more use at the time. I spent such little time with it and barely got to know it, or record with it, but when I did play through it it sounded phenomenal, and I'm itching to try one again as I'm fairly positive that it's the sort of sound I'm after for my band. I just want to hear some examples that really show off what they can do in a recording. Ones that I know personally: King's X Dogman was tracked with the very early prototypes of the dual rec (rack-mounted, I believe?). Most, if not all, SYL... and that's about all I got. What else?