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sjcorne

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Earth, Wind & Fire - I’d settle for the Greatest Hits albums in 5.1
You can actually hear a good chunk of that Greatest Hits LP in surround from their various quad and 5.1 releases. Head To The Sky, Open Our Eyes, That's The Way Of The World, and Spirit were all remixed to quad in the '70s (the Head To The Sky and Open Our Eyes quad mixes were released on SACD by Audio Fidelity a few years ago), and Gratitude was released as a 5.1 SACD around 2000.
 

J. PUPSTER

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No particular order...

Zappa - Joe's Garage Acts I,II,III
Santana - Caravanserai & Moonflower
LOGGINS AND MESSINA - Sittin' In
Prince - 3121 & One Nite Alone Live!
Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers
Led Zeppelin - III & IV
Little Feat - Waiting for Columbus
Joni Mitchell - Court and Spark & For the Roses
Stevie Wonder - At the Close of A Century
Jaco Pastorious - Word of Mouth
Taj Mahal - Señor Blues
John Lennon - Walls and Bridges
Steely Dan - Aja (hit some of it with Penteo if you have to!)
The Tubes - The Completion Backwards Principle
The Pretenders - Get Close
The Notting Hillbillies - Missing...Presumed Having A Good Time
Dire Straits - On Every Street
J.J. Cale - Troubadour
Stephen Stills - Stephen Stills
Rufus - Rags to Rufus
.... and a few hundred more!
Hey, I'm really holding myself back here - honest.
 

Odys

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Jane’s Addiction - Nothing’s Shocking & Ritual
Rage Against the Machine
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Mother’s Milk to One Hot Minute
Zappa - anything and everything, but especially Joe’s Garage
Roxy Music - For Your Pleasure
Pink Floyd - Animals and The Wall
The newer Nick Cave albums that weren’t part of the surround reissue
 

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Hell, I'd gladly pay loads of money to whoever mixes Supertramps "CRIME OF THE CENTURY" into a surround mix this album clearly (!) deserves. Which begs the question: Has there ever been Quads from Supertramp? Daft Punk, as someone pointed out, would also be terrific. But since most songs are based on samples, I guess that will never happen. What I really hope will someday be released is Parsons "I, Robot". Oh boy.
 

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A few things I'd like, in no particular order...

- The Moody Blues: all quad mixes, unaltered (plus Jakko's mix of In Search of the Lost Chord), in lossless

- Gentle Giant: more Steven Wilson mixes, plus the two quad mixes, unaltered and with correct channel assignment, in lossless

- Sting: all DTS-CD surround mixes in lossless

- Kevin Gilbert: The Shaming of the True, mixed competently by someone who cares (John Cuniberti, maybe?)

- Marc Cohn: eponymous debut

- Dire Straits: Love Over Gold and On Every Street, mixed by Chuck Ainlay (naturally)

- Pink Floyd: the unreleased Andy Jackson mix of Obscured By Clouds, and the still unfinished James Guthrie mix of The Wall

- The Alan Parsons Project: The Turn of a Friendly Card is my top pick from what's left

- Rush: more Steven Wilson mixes

- Paul Simon: Graceland would be glorious
 

der_angsthase

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- Sting: all DTS-CD surround mixes in lossless

- Dire Straits: Love Over Gold and On Every Street, mixed by Chuck Ainlay (naturally)

- Pink Floyd: the unreleased Andy Jackson mix of Obscured By Clouds, and the still unfinished James Guthrie mix of The Wall

- The Alan Parsons Project: The Turn of a Friendly Card is my top pick from what's left
OH HELL YES. But why no I, Robot?
 

PmikeK

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No particular order...

Zappa - Joe's Garage Acts I,II,III
Santana - Caravanserai & Moonflower
LOGGINS AND MESSINA - Sittin' In
Prince - 3121 & One Nite Alone Live!
Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers
Led Zeppelin - III & IV
Little Feat - Waiting for Columbus
Joni Mitchell - Court and Spark & For the Roses
Stevie Wonder - At the Close of A Century
Jaco Pastorious - Word of Mouth
Taj Mahal - Señor Blues
John Lennon - Walls and Bridges
Steely Dan - Aja (hit some of it with Penteo if you have to!)
The Tubes - The Completion Backwards Principle
The Pretenders - Get Close
The Notting Hillbillies - Missing...Presumed Having A Good Time
Dire Straits - On Every Street
J.J. Cale - Troubadour
Stephen Stills - Stephen Stills
Rufus - Rags to Rufus
.... and a few hundred more!
Hey, I'm really holding myself back here - honest.
Would have been done if Dweezil was in charge instead of Ahmet.
 

LuvMyQuad

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Hell, I'd gladly pay loads of money to whoever mixes Supertramps "CRIME OF THE CENTURY" into a surround mix this album clearly (!) deserves. Which begs the question: Has there ever been Quads from Supertramp?
Agreed... and to be honest, I'd do the same for any Supertramp album from Crime of the Century thru Breakfast In America

What I really hope will someday be released is Parsons "I, Robot". Oh boy.
Yes, Yes .... and if there is another Parsons re-issue in the future I'd bet it will be that one

A few things I'd like, in no particular order...
- Dire Straits: Love Over Gold and On Every Street, mixed by Chuck Ainlay (naturally)
- Pink Floyd: the unreleased Andy Jackson mix of Obscured By Clouds, and the still unfinished James Guthrie mix of The Wall
- The Alan Parsons Project: The Turn of a Friendly Card is my top pick from what's left
- Paul Simon: Graceland would be glorious
A big yes to all of these. I'd substitute Making Movies for On Every Street. But if I could have only one more Parsons re-issue in my lifetime it would be Turn.
 
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