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My theory about the loud center for some of Clearmountain's mixes is: drums recorded in mono. He chose to lock them in the center, instead of hard panning them fl/fr, which just creates a phantom center anyway. It's quite typical for drums to be the loudest element in a mix.
If this is what was done, there is nothing amiss here. Just an unorthodox choice. Thoughts?
FWIW, the center sounds just fine on my system. No adjustment necessary.
 
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