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Garret "Jacknife" Lee is a Grammy Award winning music producer and remixer. His most well-known project to date has been as one of the producers for U2's 2004 release How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb.
Lee started as a guitarist for the punk band Compulsion, he pursued a solo career in the field of electronica after the band's break-up. His first solo work, the EP Cookies, was released in under the name Jacknife Lee in 1999 by Pussyfoot Records, a label founded by Howie B. His first album Muy rico (also released in 1999) was heavily influenced by big beat and was positively received by DJs around the world. His second album Punk Rock High Roller took a different turn though, mixing big beat with 70's funk and various other musical styles, as well as seeing his debut as a singer. The record was well received by critics and broke sales records. It was a similar story with his third album To Hell With You I'll Make My Own People which was recorded under the alter-ego Jack Planck for the One Little Indian label and also broke sales records.
Lee produced Snow Patrol's 2004 album Final Straw which attracted the interest of rock music veterans U2. Jacknife Lee contributed production to How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb for which he shared two Grammy Awards, and he also performed keyboards and synthesizers on the album. He remastered the entire U2 catalogue for the Apple Computer iTunes exclusive The Complete U2.
Lee also produced Snow Patrol's 2006 album Eyes Open; Kasabian's debut album Kasabian; the single Bullets from Editors' debut album The Back Room. Vaux's second album Beyond Virtue, Beyond Vice; and Vega 4's debut album You and Others. He recently worked with Bloc Party producing their latest album A Weekend in the City, scheduled for release in 2007. 
He is now working with Editors on their forthcoming long player. "Working with Editors is to be my most challenging work and I'm ecstatic to have the opportunity to work with such musical kingpins" he stated shortly after finishing the U2/Green Day collaboration The Saints Are Coming.
As well as production, Lee has worked on mixes and remixes for various others such as Aqualung, Kosheen, movie soundtrack of 28 Days Later, P!nk, TLC, Tom Jones, Christina Aguilera, The Raveonettes, Eminem and many more including It's Tricky 2003 for Run DMC.