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Postby giovanni on 29 Sep 2020 17:24

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Postby Jack Pozzi on 30 Sep 2020 21:49

The Police / Too Much Information / vinyl / Ortofon 2M Bronze
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Postby rhoeckel on 01 Oct 2020 07:21

New Bob Mould album "Blue Hearts"
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Postby Jack Pozzi on 08 Oct 2020 00:10

Such a devastating loss. A Truly Great Musician.

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Postby ManWithGoodTaste on 14 Oct 2020 10:32

That was a GOOD vinyl recording, most such recording sound like poop due to bad players and poor skills on part of the recorder. If only ignorant people weren't allowed to put vinyl rips on YT.

Anyway, looks like The Algorithm is telling me to listen to THIS thing again:
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Postby giovanni on 17 Oct 2020 15:17

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Postby ManWithGoodTaste on 31 Oct 2020 18:06

Mostly The Unknown, from Chris Squire and Billy Sherwood. Their second album was released on HDCD, which allows you to store 24bit files on a CD through a clever compression method. Normal players will play the files as if they were 16bit, but what you should do instead is get a program that can extract the 24bit original.
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Postby giovanni on 07 Nov 2020 19:51

R.E.M. very first album. I will never stop saying thanks to Ian Copeland for discovering this great band. I followed them on their IRS releases, lost them after that, but I still love listening to all their works.
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Postby ManWithGoodTaste on 08 Nov 2020 03:58

giovanni wrote:R.E.M. very first album. I will never stop saying thanks to Ian Copeland for discovering this great band. I followed them on their IRS releases, lost them after that, but I still love listening to all their works.


I only hope you never bought any of the "remasters". REM's tapes were lost in a fire that claimed a lot of music in 2008, so the ""remasters"" are simply CD tracks compressed and bass boosted.
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Postby giovanni on 08 Nov 2020 13:59

ManWithGoodTaste wrote:
giovanni wrote:R.E.M. very first album. I will never stop saying thanks to Ian Copeland for discovering this great band. I followed them on their IRS releases, lost them after that, but I still love listening to all their works.


I only hope you never bought any of the "remasters". REM's tapes were lost in a fire that claimed a lot of music in 2008, so the ""remasters"" are simply CD tracks compressed and bass boosted.[/quote0.]

No, I still have my old vynils, tapes and cd's :)
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