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Vinyl LP Review : If You Wait,
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This is a quick review for the Vinyl version of this album - presumably if you are here then you will be familiar with the music of the band so I will not lecture on that :-) This is a gate-fold double LP package of good quality vinyl probably at 180 gram. Both records run at 45rpm which might seem strange but could be for quality reasons or simply that they ran out of space for a single LP? The sound quality and production is of a high standard with good stereo separation on my mid-range system. As an added bonus the package included (inside the sleeve, so hard to miss) a small business card with a code and www address for digital download. This download is I believe VBR at around a max of 256k so not the best quality but a great addition nonetheless. All in all this package is worth every penny in my opinion.
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Initial post: 13 Sep 2013 19:04:09 BDT
Daft question, I know, but do you get the 6 extra tracks from the deluxe edition with the download or just the regular LP. I have a couple of of Montreal albums which offered several bonus tracks with the download card, hence my asking!
In reply to an earlier post on 13 Sep 2013 19:20:08 BDT
J. Keen says:
Sadly not! Just the 11 tracks on the digital download.
Posted on 17 Sep 2013 22:01:13 BDT
shame about the download not having the extra tracks - but the deluxe is so worth having - slightly more diverse tracks than the main album - even more beautiful stuff
Posted on 5 Oct 2013 17:37:12 BDT
DJ Control says:
FYI 45 rpm = Better fidelity. That's why most dj 12" vinyl singles are spun at 45. With 11 tracks spread out over four sides,this album is nicely mastered.
Posted on 28 Nov 2013 16:55:25 GMT
As a vinyl lover, THANKS for this review! I wish I could find more reviews like this, it is hard to know how good a pressing is sometimes.
Posted on 7 Jun 2014 07:42:44 BDT
Mr. Martin Beard says:
just like to say its great to see vinyl review and yes thiers not enough of them cheers
Posted on 17 Jun 2014 21:08:47 BDT
Mr. John R. Lee says:
This review incorrectly describes the vinyl album as a double LP. LP means long player, i.e. recorded at 33 1/3 rpm.
The correct description would be 'double twelve inch'.
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