Thrill Hill Recording, Colts Neck, NJ

Thrill Hill Recording Company is the legal name of his recording company and was established by Bruce Springsteen in November 1982, with locations in New Jersey and California. He currently records at Stone Hill Studio, which he built across the street from his home in 2008. It replaced Boxwood Studio in 2009, which had served as his home studio in Colts Neck since 1997. When he founded Thrill Hill Recording, he was using a setup Mike Batlan created for him at his rental home on the Colts Neck reservoir. He bought two properties at Rumson, New Jersey in November 1983, where he had Toby Scott build a 24-track studio called 'the Carousel House' in Nov-Dec 1986. In 2002, he replaced it with '40 Bellevue', built on an adjacent property, which was sold in 2016.
In June 1982, he purchased a home in the Hollywood Hills area of Los Angeles, California, where Batlan installed recording equipment in the garage, later made famous when he sold Bruce's tapes to bootleggers who created the Lost Masters series. In 1990, he relocated Thrill Hill West to Beverly Hills. After ten years in Los Angeles, he moved his wife and kids to Stone Hill Farm in 1996, giving Thrill Hill East two locations for the next twenty years.

Address: 132 Muhlenbrink Rd., Colts Neck, NJ



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