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Mike Oldfield: Tubular Bells        (9 of 10 found this review helpful)
  Review by PaulHoncoop January 22, 2005

If you have Pink Floyd's DSOTM, you'll need to have this one too. The sound of this masterpiece is excellent. Things you never heard on the normal album appear on this surround mix. The sound is so brilliant and clear, you won't believe that the recording is more then 30 years old. Tubular Bells is ... more
Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon        (3 of 7 found this review helpful)
  Review by PaulHoncoop January 22, 2005

This is how a sacd must sound. One of the best sacd's i have in my collection. When you hear the intro of Time, you get the feeling you're surrounded with clocks. One of the greatest records all time. A great performance by Pink Floyd. What more can i say....maybe that you have to buy it!
The Police: Every Breath You Take        (1 of 3 found this review helpful)
  Review by PaulHoncoop January 22, 2005

Not one of the best sounded sacd's i have in my collection. The sound of this sacd is a little bit to shrill. However some tracks sounded well (Every breath you take for example). I missed songs like So lonely and Bring on the night. I don't know why they put Don't stand so close to me '86 on it. On ... more
Meat Loaf: Bat Out Of Hell      (5 of 5 found this review helpful)
  Review by PaulHoncoop January 22, 2005

This SACD is the worst sounded i ever heard. Sounds very shrill without any bass. Listening to it is givin' you a good headache for days. Nothing wrong with this masterpiece album, but send this SACD back to hell!
Beethoven & Mendelssohn: Violin Concertos - Heifetz/Munch        (6 of 8 found this review helpful)
  Review by tream January 22, 2005

I am going to offer a different view on this recording than the other reviewers. First, the good news: the BSO plays magnificently, and my respect for Munch as a conductor continues to grow.(In my earler years I was much influenced by the writing of B.H. Haggin, who viewed Toscanini's work as ... more

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