|2. Hungry Like The Wolf|
|3. Save A Prayer|
|4. Hungry Like The Wolf (2001 Digital Remaster)|
|5. Hold Back The Rain (2001 Digital Remaster)|
|6. New Religion (2001 Digital Remaster)|
|7. Last Chance On The Stairway (2001 Digital Remaster)|
|8. Save A Prayer (2001 Digital Remaster)|
|9. The Chauffeur (2001 Digital Remaster)|
The album, BTW, is NO different from the original release - NO tracks are changed or shortened.
Th "Extra" features, while welcome, to me matter less than the music, since my PC is not a HiFi...
The sound quality, compared with no less than THREE previous releases on CD, the first Purchased in 1987, is NOT improved at all in my opinion. In fact, I would say the earliest CD sounds better. That is not to say the CD sounds bad, it doesn't, merely that because the original mix is so good, it cannot really be improved on. All in all, unless you want the "Additional" features, you are as well to buy any release of this CD, as you will not benefit in sound quality.
As another reviewer said, although this may be classed as a "Pop" record, the quality of the prodiction shows in using Quality playback equipment. In other words, Bros sounds the same on a 59 quid Alba System as on seperates. This doesn't.
The mix can sound harsh unless you have very good equipment which is able to resolve the resolution and instrumentation. The strings flow magically loose, and also combine with the music at the same time, and EVERY instrument is crystal clear.
The "Chauffeur" is one of the all-time great Bass demos for HiFi.
In a nutshell: It's the same CD it always was, with the added extras. For the same money, buy it. If you aren't wanting the enhancements for the PC, and you can save a few pence, buy the "normal" CD. It's the same - Brilliant....
If only there was music like this around today?
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