Robbie, ahem, Williams put really nice 5.1. mixes on his DVD singles. ("Something Stupid" sounds great!)
And now to something really obscure: A "DVD plus" Single Westbam feat. Nena (yes, the 99 red ballon one) from 2002 has great mixes of the song "Oldschool, Baby" in DD EX and DTS ES!
Want more Teutonic stuff? Scooter put out a regular CD-Single for the Song "weekend" but added a DTS track at the end.
The surround mixes on the "Can" DVD have been mentioned here before, I guess, unfortunately I don't own it (but most of the SACDs)
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Did not see this one listed, but the bonus disc that came with the Foo Fighters One By One cd includes: All my Life video w/5.1 audio mix (dd)
audio only 5.1 mix (dd)
Walking A Line video w/5.1 audio mix (dd)
audio only 5.1 mix (dd)
The One audio only 5.1 mix (dd)
audio only stereo
I don't have a listing for Walking A Line on any of the Foo Fighters discs that I have.
hi haikubass, yes I have this as well and there are 2 further cds in the same style (apparently not approved by the band). The dts tracks are not spectacular but a nice bonus...
but now to something with maybe a broader appeal to this forum:
The special edition of "divine operating system" by Supreme Beings of Leisure contains a bonus dvd with surround mixes of 4 tracks.
If you don't know the band, their name gives a hint - quite chilled...
Hello, Great info! Let's add "Shesmovedon" on the P.T. DEADWING DVD-A. I'm at work, and I don't recall 100% for sure how it enables. MAYBE go to "Extras" and arrow up. Title appears and away you go. MAYBE. Sorry. Thanks.
Please equalise your ears now!
Leben (hybrid SACD). This is the fist SACD I own in wich 2 of the songs in the cd and stereo SACD layers lists have different versions from the multichannel layer. The songs in cd and sacd stereo layers are listed as:
Leben ... I Feel You – Fernsehfassung (Featuring - Peter Heppner)
The Smile – Fernsehfassung (Featuring - Sarah Brightman)
(Fernsehfassung means television version)
The songs in multichannel sacd layer are listed as:
Leben ... I Feel You (Featuring - Peter Heppner)
The Smile (Featuring - Sarah Brightman)
-Hidden Place single DVD. DD5.1 and DD2.0 mixes with 2 audio stereo bonus tracks. The 5.1 mix is different from the Surrounded DTS version and from the SACD versions of the album. I prefer this one with no doubt.
-Pagan Poetry single DVD. DD5.0 and DD2.0 mixes with 2 audio stereo bonus tracks. The version is different again from the Surrounded DTS version and from the SACD version of the album. This time no sub channel is included.
Dead Can Dance
Garden of the Arcane Delights (SACD EP). This was release as limited edition and also was included in the Dead Can Dance SACD box set. This is the first sacd ep I own. Even when is hybrid stereo sacd, the 4 tracks sound outstanding.
SACD Elton John Tumbleweed Connection
Into the Old Man's Shoes
Madman Across the Water [Original Version]
SACD Elton John Madman Across the Water
The SACD version of the album contains a longer version of "Razor Face" which extended the song-ending jam to 6:42 instead of the early fade on the original album.
I would stick the muisc on on teh surround disc it in the same category as 'Bass Communion' and nothing like what i heard on the CD, (throaty growl grunge rock)
Chris Botti's "Night Sessions" SACD includes a bonus track entitled "Union" which is not featured on the CD.
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Some CD versions of 3 Doors Down's "Away From The Sun" included a bonus DVD that included surround versions of a couple of the songs (can't recall if it was just audio or music video, anymore). Anyway... I'm guessing those same mixes ultimately ended up on the SACD/DVD-Audio/(and possibly)DualDisc. So I suppose it maybe doesn't fit the criteria perfectly... still... figured I'd mention it.
[Edit: Now that I re-read the original post, I don't think these count at all since they did eventually show up on a full album.]
5.1 Surround Music: "Makes me ."