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24 minutes ago, Sceeta said:

Another jb pickup.

Crash Test Dummies - God Shuffled His Feet

SQ on this is brilliant and a very dynamic recording and that deep baratone voice of Brad Roberts is amazing.

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Nice, the CD was a must in the 90s. Is it a first pressing or reissue?

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Cheers Hector.  I have it and a great album it is.           Thanks to @evil c   Donald Fagen - The Nightfly    Mofi one step release.   High standard

I'm just comfortably numb!

Now I want the real thing! Pink Floyd "Animals" 2016 remaster, Dutch pressing.  



3 hours ago, Sceeta said:

Another jb pickup.

Crash Test Dummies - God Shuffled His Feet

SQ on this is brilliant and a very dynamic recording and that deep baratone voice of Brad Roberts is amazing.

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I saw this on the JB site awhile ago for $30 but have never seen it in the store. If I order it in, it's full price. I want it bad (but cheap xD).....great to hear it has excellent SQ. Superb album. :thumb:

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currently - 

taking a while to grow on me, initially I found too much fill between the few stand out tracks. this spin is taking me in more. also its really 3 sides spread over 4 

pressing is fine

 

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Mark Ronson - Late Night Feelings

2xLP, Album
Sony Music, Columbia 19075938931
2019 Europe

 

 

earlier - 

this really deserves more rotation. its a great release 

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Birds Of Tokyo - Brace

LP, Album, Ltd, Whi
EMI 5717480
2016 Australia

 

 

earlier still - 

goes alright for a while disk

 

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Chvrches - Every Open Eye

LP, Album, Whi
Glassnote (2), Goodbye Records (2) GLS-0181-01
2015 US

 

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18 hours ago, Sceeta said:

Another jb pickup.

Crash Test Dummies - God Shuffled His Feet

SQ on this is brilliant and a very dynamic recording and that deep baratone voice of Brad Roberts is amazing.

16076731374527567414418323728168.jpg

 

 

This is indeed a great album. Although my copy is the CD version, the songs are really strong with all killer and no filler. Anyone looking for a slightly different but excellent 90's album could find a lot to enjoy with this one.

 

Still gets heavy rotation at chez prog.

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28 minutes ago, Janjuc said:

Hi All,

 

Makarrata Project, Midnight Oil

 

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JJ

 

I've checked this out and have decided to wait for the Oils new 'full' album slated for next year but really hope that the first two songs (and maybe the third) on The Makarrata Project are on it.....they are the only songs on this that actually sound 'Oils worthy'. The rest is filler material, albeit with a great message.....but for me, it's about the music, not so much about the message. I do love the cover though....

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The Smiths ‎– The Queen Is Dead - 5LP box set from 2017 - one of the best releases I own. The remastered original album finally sounds so good after the crappy 2011 digital remasters, the alt/b sides are wonderful and the live album is amazing.  and perfect pressing by Optimal.

 

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Kylie Minogue

Disco

Limited Edition Deluxe Bonus track edition

2 x 45 rpm Marbled Blue Vinyl

(looks more like swirls to me)

 

anyway...............this was another "eat noodles for a month" purchase coz I missed out on the initial private sale run of this so had to go through third party as it sold out pretty much instantly being exclusive.

I wish they would limit the copies people could buy at a time so the music get to the fans at fairer prices and not to the scalpers.......

 

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2 hours ago, hlov said:

This is awesome, Motherless Brooklyn OST, @scuzzii grab one if you don’t have it, amazing sound quality

 

 

 

 

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Cheers hector, I have it.  Will open today.  Just about to sit down and relax. Spent all morning re-arranging the wine cellars.  Bloody exhausted

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Hi All,

 

A double album of Symphonic, Progressive Metal ( What a mouthful), Leaves' Eyes : The Last Viking a German /  Norwegian band

 

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Quality all round. This arrived through the week. Purchased via Diggers Factory, which specialises is non mainstream artists / labels / releases.

 

Purchased a few artists i didn't know about.

 

ECM / ACT quality recordings.  Limited runs.

 

Natasha Atlas - Strange Days

 

Arabic singer.  Mixes languages across songs.

 

If you can get one, do so.

 

 

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Another arrival this week.

 

Their best album imo. 

 

Mofi have done a decent job. I was worried it would be bright but it's not at all.

 

One of my all time favourites. 

 

Train - drops of Jupiter 

 

 

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Snap! I was playing that exact album on Roon when I logged on to the forum in my home office with Mr Bean coming through the KEF LS50s. I have also taken a bit of a dive and ordered 5 of his earlier LPs direct from his website (inlcuding this one) so great to hear @metal beat that you reckon his back catalogue is excellent.   I am taken by his simple but beautiful style.

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@awty, off topic but your record player looks nothing short of amazing and very organic.  I don't suppose you have some information or other photos of it on another thread?

Cheers

PS. If you like the Triffids you might want to try the song "Cannonball" by Bad Dreems (an Adelaide band), with the great line: "Boss is on the radio, he keeps callin' but he can't get though, I put the Triffids on the stereo, feel a whole lot better ... "

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8 minutes ago, KRSDarwin said:

Snap! I was playing that exact album on Roon when I logged on to the forum in my home office with Mr Bean coming through the KEF LS50s. I have also taken a bit of a dive and ordered 5 of his earlier LPs direct from his website (inlcuding this one) so great to hear @metal beat that you reckon his back catalogue is excellent.   I am taken by his simple but beautiful style.

Good choice Kevin. I have several of his and not a dud in my collection. 

 

Endless numbered days is my fav. 

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Lou Reed -  perfect night live in London 

 

From first note SQ is extraordinary.  Reminds me of Leonard Cohen SQ wise with his London concerts.

 

Very good..

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Last night, influenced by a little scotch, I started with this:

 

AC/DC's "Ballbreaker" 2009 remaster, German pressing. As you may have guessed, I love this album! I usually play the title track more than once.....:thumb:

 

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Followed by this: AC/DC's "Power Up", German pressing:

 

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Today, a change of direction. Dixie Dregs "Dregs Of The Earth" US 1st pressing.

 

Dregs - Dregs of the Earth - Amazon.com Music

 

Followed by this and currently spinning: Dixie Dregs "Unsung Heroes" German 1st pressing. I refuse to call them 'The Dregs'.

 

DIXIE DREGS Unsung Heroes reviews

 

 

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42 minutes ago, KRSDarwin said:

@awty, off topic but your record player looks nothing short of amazing and very organic.  I don't suppose you have some information or other photos of it on another thread?

Cheers

PS. If you like the Triffids you might want to try the song "Cannonball" by Bad Dreems (an Adelaide band), with the great line: "Boss is on the radio, he keeps callin' but he can't get though, put the Triffids on the stereo, feel a whole lot better ... "

Thanks. There was a build thread, but its probably lost in the ancient archives.

Bad dreams sound good, liked dumb idea. Lost contact with local music sometime in the 90's, so always interested in something new to me.

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1 hour ago, metal beat said:

Iron & Wine ‎– The Creek Drank The Cradle -  inspired by @KRSDarwin to pull this out after a few years for a spin. :thumb:    His back catalogue is excellent.

 

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Calexico / Iron And Wine ‎– Years To Burn is a great collaboration. 

Shepherd's Dog would be my current favourite.

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