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Keane: Hopes and Fears        (2 of 6 found this review helpful)
  Review by jsp January 11, 2005

very succesful album in the united kingdom bought cd in july saw the band live in september imported the sacd december as sacd isnt widely avalible in the uk (an unknown format) the MC mix adds a great ambiance to the whole album my girlfriends favorite track is bedshaped which she normally repeat ... more
Mission of Burma: ONoffON        (2 of 2 found this review helpful)
  Review by vonwegen January 11, 2005

This is a good, solid Burma album that is on a par with their early '80s stuff, both song-wise and in performance. Mission of Burma are loud avant-gardists who were alt-rock before there was such a thing. As such, expect short tunes with dissonant, feedback-drenched guitar with driving bass and ... more
Steely Dan: Gaucho        (18 of 20 found this review helpful)
  Review by 24-96 Mastering January 11, 2005

"One word: fantastic. Nothing else to add." Apparently, that wasn't very helpful before, sorry. (That's where the 2 "review did not help" votes come from.) Please allow me to make up for it and write about this disc in more detail. On music and performance: Musically, Steely Dan are very ... more
Jason Miles: Celebrating the Music of Weather Report        (1 of 1 found this review helpful)
  Review by 24-96 Mastering January 11, 2005

Musical performance: from boring to great. Musical taste: mostly disgusting. Sonic quality: great. The thing that really puts me off is the "eighties-fusion-clean-kitsch-keyboard"-approach that has been taken, production-wise. When Birdland starts and you're hearing the indefinitely tasteless ... more
James Taylor: Hourglass      (1 of 1 found this review helpful)
  Review by 24-96 Mastering January 11, 2005

2 years after purchase and 100 SACDs later, this disc is still one of my favourites. It is a mystery to me, how the single channels, each sounding incredibly unspectacular, can make up such a warm and overwhelming picture. Musically, the album starts off great but loses a lot towards the end. The ... more

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