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Sean Delaney

Sean Delaney recorded several demos of material for Peter by using studio session players he knew. Sean recalled that when he agreed to be Gene's solo album producer, Peter was upset at having already been rejected (Steve Stierwalt, Jr.) by one prospective producer, Tom Dowd. According to Sean, "Gene, knowing that all four albums had to do well and this type of publicity would not be good for the band, said that I could go into the studio with Peter and do some demo tapes for him so he could get a producer. We ended up doing my songs, and with that, he got himself a producer" (Otaku). According to an Aucoin memorandum to Peter, Sean agreed to split the royalties 50/50 while retaining his writing credit and ownership of copyright. Sean registered the copyright for his contributions in August 1978.

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