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Hi

There were a few guys working in the studio together and one day they asked a producer to come and to listen to what they've recorded and they said to him: There had been some tense moments between the hats and the haircuts.

--- What does it mean? I just understand they didn't agree with each other during recording?
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Hi,
There were a few guys working in the studio together and one day they asked a producer to come and to listen to what they've recorded and they said to him: There had been some tense moments between the hats and the haircuts.

--- What does it mean? I just understand they didn't agree with each other during recording? Yes.

The hats - This seems to refer to the non-musician people, the business aand management people. I haven't heard them referred to in this way before, but there is a current expression, "the suits", that has the same meaning. ie because the office people all wear suits.

The haircuts - This seems to refer to the musicians, ie to the talented, artistic, non-office people. Such people often have long hair or unusual haircuts (eg like the Beatles used to have). It's not really a standard expression.

Best wishes, Clive

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Hi

Maybe it means that they probably didn't agree with their producers, engineers in the studio? Because as far as I know they changed a producer during recording an album.
Hi,
Yes. That's the kind of idea I was trying to express.

Clive
OK. Thank you Clive!
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