It will be interesting to see if that disc is still there 3 months later. Did Neil find the store in the interim and buy the disc before offering this glowing review?It's great.
Really nice mix, superb clarity & sonics - and it's not been overcompressed either.
Well worth the money.
Chris.It will be interesting to see if that disc is still there 3 months later. Did Neil find the store in the interim and buy the disc before offering this glowing review?
Ok, I believe you didn't travel to the US to buy that disc and with demand for DVD-A as it is, it might still be at that used CD store. Your arrangement with your wife is a fair one. I haven't purchased or drank any alcohlic beverages this year and don't have a wife, so I can buy twice as many surround discs. I quit listening to Alice Cooper decades ago but might try something in surround. My experience with decades old music in surround has been hit or miss. Some tired old music has new life, some tired old music still sounds tired.Chris.
I already had Billion Dollar Babies, and this one had been on my list for a while.
With the early Warner/Rhino releases getting scarcer all thetime (Most on Amazon UK are now with 4 to 6 week lead times) I snapped it up last week.
(Truth be told, I have a great little arrangement with my better half. I cannot drink anything alcoholic because of having to be on medication 24/7 for spinal damage, so every 3 bottles of wine she buys translates into a new DVD-A for me.)
I'd already got the live DVD-V as well - but I genuinely had not heard this until I bought it last week.