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Started by madhair60, May 25, 2022, 01:24:58 PM
Quote from: Johnboy on May 25, 2022, 04:19:43 PMmy 7 inch of it which I picked up in a car boot sale recently doesn't sound the greatest, wasn't cut very loud - I presume it sounds decent on LP/CD?
Quote from: Twonty Gostelow on May 25, 2022, 05:51:47 PMThe albums were remixed by Nick Davis 10-15 years ago and not always for the better imo (although they are loud if that's what you want) - I prefer the earlier CD versions. In making some parts clearer he also got rid of other bits altogether - maybe some backing vocals (eg Your Own Special Way on Wind and Wuthering) or keyboard layers (eg Entangled on Trick of the Tail). My first thought was that the band couldn't have possibly approved, but I suppose that's unlikely. If you're not familiar with Duke on CD in the first place you'll probably think any version sounds great though.
Quote from: Darles Chickens on May 26, 2022, 10:43:56 AMYes, agree that the original mixes are the best, but increasingly difficult to find these days. The 1994 remasters are a close second.The best improvement I've heard though is a fan-made version of Heathaze where they added Mellotron strings, a callback to the 70s Genesis sound, and it really is a beautiful addition. It's a real shame they dropped the Mellotron in favour of the CS-80 sound which dominates Duke.
Quote from: TheMonk on May 27, 2022, 01:51:15 AMThis editorial sounds EXACTLY like an Alan Partridge piece.https://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/event/article-9716779/PIERS-MORGAN-sexy-bearded-bloke-pontificates-cakes.html
Quote from: Piers MorganMy own supergroup would be Freddie and Whitney on vocals, Stevie on keyboards, John Bonham on drums, and Slash, Prince and Keith Richards on guitar.
Quote from: non capisco on May 26, 2022, 11:55:49 PMMama is one of the most unusual hit singles I can think of, actually. Phil Collins barking out a mirthless, maniacal laugh then making a noise like a goblin with a hangover. It's a bold hook.
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