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Oasis- "Heathen Chemistry" ??


500 Club - QQ All-Star
Jan 24, 2018

I know What's The Story (Morning Glory) was released in 5.1, but I don't ever recall seeing this one...
Never got released, not officially as far as I know? Don’t know if there are any bootlegs around?

Shame as it’s a good album. I remember ‘Stop Crying Your Heart Out’ becoming a bit of an anthem when England got knocked out of the 2002 World Cup... ‘The Hindu Times’ is a great rock song! And a couple of good tunes from Liam...

I also got excited thinking there might be a surround version of Don’t Believe The Truth but I think it turned out to be a stereo only DualDisk...

Mind you I hope it would be better then WTS?(MG). Terrible mix, especially first half... Might have been a reason for being pulled?


400 Club - QQ All Star
Mar 11, 2008
Ontario, Canada
I think it was listenable because despite the not brilliant surround mixing, it did demonstrate more dynamics than the stereo mix and is much easier on the ears at louder volumes.

I had no idea other titles were mixed in surround, even if they were done by the same mixer I'd still pick them up. What a shame.