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The Electric Light Orchestra: 40th Anniversary Edition CD+DVD, Original recording remastered, Extra tracks

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  • Audio CD (12 Mar. 2012)
  • 40th Anniversary Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD+DVD, Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
  • Label: Harvest / EMI
  • ASIN: B006ZEZ4HE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. 10538 Overture
  2. Look At Me Now
  3. Nellie Takes Her Bow
  4. The Battle of Marston Moor (July 2nd 1644)
  5. First Movement (Jumping Biz)
  6. Mr Radio
  7. Manhattan Rumble (49th Street Massacre)
  8. Queen of the Hours
  9. Whisper in the Night
  10. 10538 Overture (Acetate)
  11. Mr Radio (Take 9 Recorded 18/11/70)
  12. Nellie Takes Her Bow (Alternate Mix)
  13. Whisper in the Night (Take 1/Take 2 Edit Recorded 28/4/71)
  14. Mr Radio (7'' Single Version)
  15. 10538 Overture (For Top of the Pops)

Disc: 2

  1. 10538 Overture (Quad to 4.1 DTS/96/24 and Dolby Digital)
  2. Look At Me Now (Quad to 4.1 DTS/96/24 and Dolby Digital)
  3. Nellie Takes Her Bow (Quad to 4.1 DTS/96/24 and Dolby Digital)
  4. The Battle Of Marston Moor (July 2nd 1644) (Quad to 4.1 DTS/96/24 and Dolby Digital)
  5. First Movement (Jumping Biz) (Quad to 4.1 DTS/96/24 and Dolby Digital)
  6. Mr Radio (Quad to 4.1 DTS/96/24 and Dolby Digital)
  7. Manhattan Rumble (49th Street Massacre) (Quad to 4.1 DTS/96/24 and Dolby Digital)
  8. Queen of the Hours (Quad to 4.1 DTS/96/24 and Dolby Digital)
  9. Whisper in the Night (Quad to 4.1 DTS/96/24 and Dolby Digital)
  10. 10538 Overture
  11. Look At Me Now
  12. Nellie Takes Her Bow
  13. The Battle of Marston Moor (July 2nd 1644)
  14. First Movement (Jumping Biz)
  15. Mr Radio
  16. Manhattan Rumble (49th Street Massacre)
  17. Queen of the Hours
  18. Whisper in the Night
  19. 10538 Overture (Original Promo Clip)

Product description

EDITION/REMASTEREDDISC 11. 10538 OVERTURE (2001 - REMASTER)2. LOOK AT ME NOW (2001 - REMASTER)3. NELLIE TAKES HER BOW (2001 - REMASTER)4. THE BATTLE OF MARSTON MOOR (JULY 2ND 1644) (2001 -5. FIRST MOVEMENT (JUMPING BIZ) (2001 - REMASTER)6. MR RADIO (2001 - REMASTER)7. MANHATTAN RUMBLE (49TH STREET MASSACRE) (2001 - RE8. QUEEN OF THE HOURS (2001 - REMASTER)9. WHISPER IN THE NIGHT (2001 - REMASTER)10. 10538 OVERTURE (ACETATE)11. MR RADIO (TAKE 9 RECORDED 18/11/70)12. NELLIE TAKES HER BOW (ALTERNATE MIX)13. WHISPER IN THE NIGHT (TAKE 1/TAKE 2 EDIT RECORDED14. MR RADIO (7and#039;and#039; SINGLE VERSION)15. 10538 OVERTURE (FOR TOP OF THE POPS)DISC 21. 10538 OVERTURE (QUAD TO 4.1 DTS/96/24 and#38; DOLBY DI2. LOOK AT ME NOW (QUAD TO 4.1 DTS/96/24 and#38; DOLBY DI3. NELLIE TAKES HER BOW (QUAD TO 4.1 DTS/96/24 and#38; DO4. THE BATTLE OF MARSTON MOOR (JULY 2ND 1644) (QUAD T5. FIRST MOVEMENT (JUMPING BIZ) (QUAD TO 4.1 DTS/96/26. MR RADIO (QUAD TO 4.1 DTS/96/24 and#38; DOLBY DIGITAL)7. MANHATTAN RUMBLE (49TH STREET MASSACRE) (QUAD TO 48. QUEEN OF THE HOURS (QUAD TO 4.1 DTS/96/24 and#38; DOLB9. WHISPER IN THE NIGHT (QUAD TO 4.1 DTS/96/24 and#38; DO10. 10538 OVERTURE11. LOOK AT ME NOW12. NELLIE TAKES HER BOW13. THE BATTLE OF MARSTON MOOR (JULY 2ND 1644)14. FIRST MOVEMENT (JUMPING BIZ)15. MR RADIO16. MANHATTAN RUMBLE (49TH STREET MASSACRE)17. QUEEN OF THE HOURS18. WHISPER IN THE NIGHT19. 10538 OVERTURE (ORIGINAL PROMO CLIP) (2012 - REMAS

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Thanks for getting me this and it is such a good shade of red this now completes my Coloured vinyl collection of ELO I have all of the collection Eldorado is on Yellow, Face the Music is on green Out of The Blue is on blue, On The 3rd day is on Clear and this one is Red
I am proud to have all these rare LP`s
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Excellent product, arrived without any damage and very quickly for an international order. Very satisfied.
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Awesome album with all the classics great for the collection
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Wishing to place a more balanced view of the contents of this two disc 40th Anniversary edition for ELO's first album, I'm in agreement, for the most part, with the other reviewers here, Fletch and Cran4. To my ears what's released here is probably the last word as to a definitive re-issue for The Electric Light Orchestra album number one (known in the USA as "No Answer"). I won't bore you with a track by track review of the music, that sort of info can be found in abundance elsewhere. I'm more interested in the content.

The main album, tracks 1-9 on the cd are from the 2001 remaster "Electric Light Orchestra/First Light" 30th anniversary series. The bonus tracks, remastered in 2006 can be found on "The Harvest Years 1970-1973" which also contains the main album tracks as well as the complete ELO II album and a third disc with the Quad mix of the first album SQ encoded on cd (very basically if your amp can be set to play cd audio via a Dolby processor, you can sort of hear the Quad mix pretty much the same as the 5.1 Dolby mix included with this new edition). Many hardcore fans are not happy with Peter Mew's work on these remasters but they sound pretty good to me. If you haven't bought either of the previously released titles of which only "The Harvest Years" is still in print, this 40th Anniversary release is good value for you.

So for ELO collectors there's nothing new here on cd. The attraction obviously is the dvd, specifically the 4.
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By Fletch-a-sketch VINE VOICE on 15 Mar. 2012
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The Birth of one of the 70's super-groups here, When Jeff Llynne joined What was left of the Move it was based on the promise of something new. Once Roy Wood had started to overdub cellos onto a Move song the concept was born that song became the opening track on this album '10538 Overture' and the rest is history.
Harvest still one of the coolest looking labels have done us proud with this 40th anniversary edition, two discs a CD which contains the whole album plus 6 bonus tracks all of which have been released before on the 30th anniversary First light edition and a later compilation. Two versions of the '10538 overture' (Move version and a version for Top of the Pops Post Roy Wood with some slightly different instrumentation) Two versions of 'Mr Radio' and alternate takes of 'Nellie takes her Bow' and 'Whisper in the night'.
What makes this release worth the money is the second disc a DVD, which has a DTS 96/24 and Dolby digital transfer of the original Quad Mix very discrete and and giving at times a radical remix of the album, not afraid to spread the instrumentation around the sound field, 'Mr radio' and 'Queen of the hours' almost sound like a different takes. Even 'The Battle of Marston Moor' sounds great and seems to make more sense. I am a succour of Vintage Quad mixes and this one does not disappoint.
Also for fans of the stereo mix you get a flat 96/24 LPCM transfer of the original Stereo master. This has never sounded better.
Finally some visual content in the form of the promo video of '10538 Overture'.
Fans of wondering why buy this album again don't think just buy it if you have a surround sound system then this really is a no brainer.
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Format: Vinyl
My partner bought me this and from the picture it looks as though you are ordering the red vinyl edition album..but sadly it's misleading...it arrived today and it's standard black vinyl..be warned..not happy it's been sold as red vinyl from the image..
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I experienced this initially on record during the mid 70s - it's always been interesting listening to ELO in their early days when "classical rock" mean just that. The remastered CD is very good - much clearer than the standard one I owned and less than a wall of sound. The quad mixes sound great on a surround sound system and one wonders what the reaction to quad must have been in those dark days...

Recommended if you like ELO or want to learn how they sounded in their earlier days; this isn't their best but it does stand up to repeated listening... you can almost be on Marston Moor...
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The 5.1 mix is great, really, but, I didnt like the album. My dad loved ELO so much I bought it, since we have some similarities in what we like in music. Overture is a great song but the rest is just OK.
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