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Old 12-30-2004, 07:22 AM   #476
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did you know? ST is releasing a new album(has released?) I figured after the Infectious grooves experiment, they just quit, but they released a couple of more albums. ST is one of the bands that i used to listen to as a kid, that i still get into. And i too think thats their best album.
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Old 12-30-2004, 08:07 AM   #477
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I imagine they are short because every year from 78 - 84 VH was either in the process of recording an album, or touring. Warner Bros was milking that golden goose for all it was worth. My favorite bounces between Fair Warning and The debut. I like the guitar playing on FW the best though. This is my first experience with the remasters and I think they did a nice job with FW.
Oh yeah, I agree totally about WB and the milking....I only have the first two "remastered" and they sound really good compared to the vinyl I had.
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Old 12-30-2004, 10:42 AM   #478
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Trent needs to remaster Pretty Hate Machine. god, i love that album.
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Old 12-30-2004, 10:43 AM   #479
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Old 12-30-2004, 11:02 AM   #480
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Although they are all short, those First 4 VH albums capture an energy and rawness that is unparalled. No taking 3 years to make a new album, more like a week or so.

I read that "One Foot out The Door" from Fair Warning was recorded on the last day when the band had literally one foot out (the recording studio) door. That's why it fades out kinda like it wasn't yet finished.

On the vinyl of Women and Children First there was a track at the end that just fades out after 10 seconds or so along the same lines. I believe I've read that the next album was going to kick off with that song but it didnt happen. Not sure if its on the CD or not.

The first 3 or 4 VH albums were recorded in 7-12 days, or something like that. 1984 was like a month. DLR wrote all the lyrics for 1984 in one day riding around LA in his pimped out Mercury while listening to the instrumental tracks.
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Old 12-30-2004, 11:04 AM   #481
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Although they are all short, those First 4 VH albums capture an energy and rawness that is unparalled. No taking 3 years to make a new album, more like a week or so.

I read that "One Foot out The Door" from Fair Warning was recorded on the last day when the band had literally one foot out (the recording studio) door. That's why it fades out kinda like it wasn't yet finished.

On the vinyl of Women and Children First there was a track at the end that just fades out after 10 seconds or so along the same lines. I believe I've read that the next album was going to kick off with that song but it didnt happen. Not sure if its on the CD or not.

The first 3 or 4 VH albums were recorded in 7-12 days, or something like that. 1984 was like a month. DLR wrote all the lyrics for 1984 in one day riding around LA in his pimped out Mercury while listening to the instrumental tracks.

Its sounds pretty fathomable as Diver Down was laced with covers ( i dont know if its entirely of covers or not ) so how hard could that have been to make? either way, im a big VH fan and love their stuff. i do miss Diamond Dave though.
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Old 12-30-2004, 11:39 AM   #482
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Trent needs to remaster Pretty Hate Machine. god, i love that album.
didn't they just do that recently

it was the 10 year anniversary just recently and they re-released it I believe.

One of the best albums ever.
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Old 12-30-2004, 12:05 PM   #483
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didn't they just do that recently

it was the 10 year anniversary just recently and they re-released it I believe.

One of the best albums ever.
Huh, i didnt hear anything about that. if that is the case im so there. definitely a classic.
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Old 12-30-2004, 12:08 PM   #484
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I found it on amazon.com

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...roduct-details

it's a 2 disc set with some tracks that didn't make it on there
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Old 12-30-2004, 12:11 PM   #485
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I found it on amazon.com

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...roduct-details

it's a 2 disc set with some tracks that didn't make it on there
Oh, nah. this is the second album ( which is good too ) but i want his first one ' Pretty Hate Machine '. chances are, if they did the Downward Spiral perhaps they did the first one too.
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Old 12-30-2004, 12:12 PM   #486
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Oh, nah. this is the second album ( which is good too ) but i want his first one ' Pretty Hate Machine '. chances are, if they did the Downward Spiral perhaps they did the first one too.
good lord, I need to read better

sorry about that.......duh
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Old 12-30-2004, 12:28 PM   #487
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Old 01-01-2005, 04:35 PM   #490
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Old 01-02-2005, 08:40 AM   #491
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What can i say? im a music junkie.
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Looks like you have a nice start to a collection there Anubis_Zyklon....I could post mine, but I'd need three seperate picks to fit everything in.

Meanwhile, I present to you all pehaps the greatest nihilistic record ever made.......Lou Reed's Metal Machine Music. Yes, I actually listen to it on occasion and if the neighbors piss me off, they get a heaping helping of it as well.

No single CD has brought the police to my door more often than this one has. I dare you to listen to it in it's entirity
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Old 01-02-2005, 09:17 AM   #493
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Looks like you have a nice start to a collection there Anubis_Zyklon....I could post mine, but I'd need three seperate picks to fit everything in.

Meanwhile, I present to you all pehaps the greatest nihilistic record ever made.......Lou Reed's Metal Machine Music. Yes, I actually listen to it on occasion and if the neighbors piss me off, they get a heaping helping of it as well.

No single CD has brought the police to my door more often than this one has. I dare you to listen to it in it's entirity

Hmmm, interesting.

by the way, that is one of my cd shelves. im currently working on another as we speak. hehe
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Old 01-02-2005, 09:41 AM   #494
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Hmmm, interesting.

by the way, that is one of my cd shelves. im currently working on another as we speak. hehe
Space is always a problem for the collector.

I tend to perfer the corner cabinets that have the fold out doors for that very reason...but it doesn't make for much displaywise...I'd like to do a wall of racks but then there's the problem of box sets (too large for that) digipaks (too fragile for normal storage) keeping signed stuff seperate and so on and so on...
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Space is always a problem for the collector.

I tend to perfer the corner cabinets that have the fold out doors for that very reason...but it doesn't make for much displaywise...I'd like to do a wall of racks but then there's the problem of box sets (too large for that) digipaks (too fragile for normal storage) keeping signed stuff seperate and so on and so on...

Yea, your right. im living in a apt right now so space is very limited. hopefully when we go to buy a house i can get a room just for my collectibles.
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Old 01-02-2005, 11:19 AM   #496
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Just copped this one only on Track 3 but as usual I'm impressed with Brecker.

Don't laugh but I also have Fantasia from American Idol... Pretty damn good.

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Old 01-02-2005, 11:53 AM   #497
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I think that right now I have a rotation of:
Peter Gabriel's Secret World Live
Frank Black Francis' new Pixies remakes
Dire Strait's Money For Nothing
Bruce Hornsby's Songs from the Southside
Sunny Day Real Estate's LP2
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Old 01-02-2005, 05:06 PM   #498
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Anbuis, I love your CD bookshelf. I have a CD rack that holds 500, but I officially overfilled it this last week and am looking for new stuff. Where'd you get yours?
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Anbuis, I love your CD bookshelf. I have a CD rack that holds 500, but I officially overfilled it this last week and am looking for new stuff. Where'd you get yours?
Best Buy has them for about 60 smacks
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I must go to Best Buy tomorrow.
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