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E=mc2 Original recording remastered, Import

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  • Audio CD (1 July 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Import
  • Label: Repertoire
  • ASIN: B00005LWGT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x94ab0540) out of 5 stars 18 reviews
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HASH(0x94741594) out of 5 stars MORODER WAS AT THE TOP OF HIS GAME 21 Feb. 2003
By R. J. Marques - Published on Amazon.com
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Hearing this album again, was such a blast from the past. For those of you not familiar with this album or time period, there was a dispute back then, on exactly who recorded the first "digital album". Moroder's E=MC2 was marketed by Casablanca Records (now known as Polygram) as the First Electronic Live to Digital Recording. Ry Cooder also claims to have released the first digital recording. Ditto for Fleetwood Mac's "Tusk" release. The music here is dated, but for those of us who bought it when it was current, it's great to revisit these old tracks. It contains the original album, plus two additional cuts (which aren't all that great). I always thought that Moroder had female singers on this LP, and was surprised to learn that all the falsetto vocals on this album, were done by him (Either naturally, or electronically aided). Again, a guilty pleasure to hear this material again, on an album that has been near impossible to find on CD previously. It was originally released on Moroder's "Oasis" label, and distributed by Casablanca in the US. It has finally been re-released by a German label "Repertoire". Definitely recommended for Giorgio fans. He truly is the Godfather of electronic music. Every time you listen to electronic dance, techno, trance and ambient music - remember Giorgio started it all in the mid 70's, along with other bands such as Kraftwerk and Tangerine Dream.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x947417e0) out of 5 stars Finally a classic comes to cd !! 5 Sept. 2001
By D. Earl - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is just as good today as it was when i first heard it.
The only bad thing is the length of the release. With the 2 bonus tracks and "Evolution" clocking in at over 15 minutes the disc is only 50 minutes total. Do not let this keep you from buying it. You won't be disappointed.......Now if someone at the record label would listen there are still more Moroder classics to be re-released, such as Knights in White Satin and the Munich Machine albums.
WE ARE WAITING.......anyone listening ??
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x94741a20) out of 5 stars The Dawn of the Digital Age 18 July 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Hello....so you are all used to the Digital Age...imagine way back in 1979...the height of Disco....an LP is released by the greatest Disco maestro..Giorgio Moroder. Little did we know that this was a true groundbreaker in technology. This is the first truly digital recording made for dancing. True, the vocals are rather annoying, but the joy of pure electronics and dancing make this a minor point. Being a former DJ back in the good old days, I remember getting a test pressing of this LP and playing the hell out of it...it looks like I was right in proclaiming this recording as a first but not the last in the process of making dance music and technology one!! Take a tip from me..if you like trance, electronica, techno...do yourself a favor and GET THIS!!!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x94741ccc) out of 5 stars Giorgio Is Ready For The 80's 15 Jun. 2007
By Andre S. Grindle - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
On the first day of the first month of the first year of the new 1980's decade,Eurodisco pioneer presents what is (to my knowledge) the first completely live in the studio digital recording;later known as DDD on some late 80's CD's.But this was back when vinyl and various tapes were the only game in town so Moroder really mixes this album hot!The first five songs are basically one long Eurodisco style suite-utilizing the same general techniques you'll find on Kraftwerk and Donna Summer albums of this period (Computer World sounds GREAT alongside this) but Moroder,fresh off of work with Summer chooses a far livelier,more melodic approch with piles of female vocals and vocorder.The style couldn't be more Munich.The final title cut is actually a very interesting song-somewhat polyrhythm for such a disco based recording.Of course the two major selling points of 'E=MC2' is how unlike so much commercial disco this never sounds like product;of a certain time now and then but also far ahead of it's time-those listening to music of the early 21'st century will note how remarkably ahead of it's time this is (the same can be said for Kraftwerk).But the most interesting part of this is the bonus cuts;"Love In You,Love In Me" actually sounds like a pure digitized pop single (not disimilar to "Funkytown" in many ways) and the other "Evolution" is just stunning-a 15 minute hypnotic electronic metranome featuring an array of synthesizers (one of which has got to be the Clavitar) and has the funkiest disco rhythm of anything else here.I don't know if Giorgio Moroder was the very first person to give electronic dance music any kind of human personality.But even if not personality is certainly something this album has in abundance.
HASH(0x94741f9c) out of 5 stars Amazing bit of disco history 8 May 2012
By JJ Dyn O Mite! - Published on Amazon.com
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Honestly, most of the tracks aren't my style. I love the title track, but it's cut somewhat short by a bunch of spoken word credit roll. I also love the two bonus tracks, but they aren't really part of the album. What gets me, though, about this album is how visionary it must have been for 1978. The music itself is like something out of the early 2000s. Also, there is the fact that this is pre-CD digital. In other words, no need for "digital remastering" as both the studio tape and subsequent editing was fully digital. Read the Wikipedia entry on Soundstream, the studio which facilitated the recording system. It's jaw-droppingly fascinating to any audiophile or technically-minded person. Soundstream had apparently been recording digtally since 1975! There is a screenshot of a green CRT computer screen on the back cover showing a zoom-in on some edit point. Commonplace now, right? Guess what the date stamp is in the corner of the screen...1979! Of course 16-bit leaves no latitude for raising volume, etc. and thus nowadays we know 24-bit is the way to go. Still, the clarity and absensce of noise floor is outstanding for a recording of this age.
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