As an aside (digression) to the discussion on the production of Exit and others, I look at the JT and the production on songs like Exit as one of the last great examples of how music should be produced with respect to dynamics. The music industry has forgotten that dynamics can play as much of a role in making a great piece of music as can the tune and lyrics. Dynamics can set a mood. It isn't that the JT has the best production in the world, but it's that they didn't feel a need to make each track as loud as possible. The same actually goes for AB where Acrobat and Love is Blindness shine because of their softer presence.