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Love [Deluxe Edition] Double CD, Deluxe Edition

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  • Audio CD (10 Sept. 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Double CD, Deluxe Edition
  • Label: EDSEL
  • ASIN: B008OP2718
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 42,842 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Deep And Wide And Tall
2. How Men Are
3. Everybody Is A Number One
4. More Than A Law
5. Somewhere In My Heart
6. Working In A Goldmine
7. One And One
8. Paradise
9. Killermont Street
Disc: 2
1. Deep And Wide And Tall [Breakdown Mix]
2. Bad Education
3. The Red Flag
4. Killermont Street [live]
5. Pillar To Post [live]
6. Somewhere In My Heart [12" remix]
7. Everybody Is A Number One [Boston '86 Version]
8. Somewhere In My Heart [The alternate mix]
9. I Threw It All Away [live]
10. Working In A Goldmine [sax version]

Product Description

CD Description

Disc 1
LOVE
1. Deep And Wide And Tall
2. How Men Are
3. Everybody Is A Number One
4. More Than A Law
5. Somewhere In My Heart
6. Working In A Goldmine
7. One And One
8. Paradise
9. Killermont Street

Disc 2
BONUS TRACKS
1. Deep And Wide And Tall [Breakdown Mix]
2. Bad Education
3. The Red Flag
4. Killermont Street [live]
5. Pillar To Post [live]
6. Somewhere In My Heart [12 remix]
7. Everybody Is A Number One [Boston '86 Version]
8. Somewhere In My Heart [The alternate mix]
9. I Threw It All Away [live]
10. Working In A Goldmine [sax version]

About the Artist

If High Land Hard Rain made him an indie hero and heavyweight music press favourite, and Knife saw him tentatively embraced by the rock establishment, then Aztec Camera s third long player Love is the album on which Roddy Frame became a bona fide pop star. Somewhere In My Heart was the first to crack the all-important Top Ten, and Frame found himself, whether he liked it or not, the property of the Smash Hits generation. Also included are the singles How Men Are and Deep And Wide And Tall . This reissue contains all the non-album singles sides, including five remixes and three live recordings. The annotation is by Terry Staunton.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C. Murphy on 29 Sept. 2012
I love music and have a massive cd collection to prove it (25,000+)

When Demon announced that they would be remastering Aztec Camera i was glad in a way but not in another, because i have brought remastered reissues in the past and they have been a hit or a miss ie using mp3 or a vinyl version etc.

When i received this i played the first cd which sounded brilliant but noticed that on the 2nd cd wrongly named track and so on.

I got intouch with Demon who were aware of the issue and had my name and address off me and sent me the very next day a corrected cdr of cd2 and they told me that once it gets redone they will send me a proper 2nd cd.

The cdr sounds brilliants and correct track versions, so if you are afraid of buying this cd, buy it then get intouch with demon they send a replacement cd that will fix the problem.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Eric Generic on 14 Sept. 2012
Oh dear. The whole idea of reissues, deluxe or otherwise, for great 80s music continues to be something of a bad joke.

Edsel, who have previous in this department it has to be said, have sadly made a right mess of this wonderful album from 1987. Reissuing the Aztec Camera catalogue is a noble idea, and a very welcome one, but despite the glossy hardback packaging there is very little to recommend any of the titles in the series.

Love was originally released on 9th November 1987 by WEA, 9 songs clocking in at a little over 37 minutes. CD1 of this new edition is identical, both in content and - to these ears - sound. It bears all the hallmarks of an 80s-mastered disc, much quieter than today's fashions dictate, and a very flat sound that only those who grew up with will be used to. While it's perhaps a blessing that the album hasn't been a victim of loudness for loudness' sake, it means the bonus material on the second CD really has to justify the price-tag for owners of the original.

Unfortunately, the second CD is where the biggest problem lies. The listed "Sax Mix" of Working In A Goldmine has been erroneously replaced by the same version of the song which is on the first disc. The "Breakdown Mix" of Deep & Wide & Tall sounds highly compressed, as though taken from an inferior source. Vinyl, quite probably, but any clicks have been removed. The 12" version of Somewhere In My Heart is really the only bonus track to sound bright, sharp and not crudely edited.

So, for the price of a brand new album, you get the same version of a very short CD released 25 years ago, plus barely 40 minutes of extra music including a repeated track by mistake and some mixes which sound rather murky.

Not good enough at all. What a shame.
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I've been awaiting a special edition, remastered version of this album for years. One of my favourite albums from the 80s, I am especially partial to "Somewhere in my Heart" which will probably feature in my top 10 tracks of all time.

I was initially impressed by the packaging, in the being one of the new, more solid "bookbound" cases. The notes by Terry Staunton are succient, and cover 4 pages of the booklet. The rest of the pages cover the lyrics and personnel ...

However, there is a BUT, and I only noticed it whilst listening to the bonus CD. On my copy of the disc, the supposed "sax version" of Working in a Goldmine is pretty much exactly the same as the original version on the album. Having checked the track length, it comes out at 5:31, and not the 3:55 listed in the booklet.

Edsel loses a Star for this one. I have contacted them, and might update if feedback is received.

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Update, Edsel came through and sent me a new copy of the faulty disc, which played beautifully. I'm not going to update the ****s though, as this sort of thing should not happen in the first place.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Vincent G. Marino on 18 Sept. 2012
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This album has most definitely been remastered. It sounds WAY better than the original U.S. CD which is LONG out of print. Totally worth the money, and I'm not all that concerned about the remixes.
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2 of 7 people found the following review helpful By ippudo on 28 Sept. 2012
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I'm only writing this to bring the rating down and to alert people to Edsel/Demon's shoddy reissue policy. It's a shame that casual fans may get the impression the music per se is bad but there doesn't seem to be an alternative. Please see Eric Generic's more detailed review/comments for more information.
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