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Music DVD Poll Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense

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humprof

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I thought I had purchased the latest version of STOP MAKING SENSE some months back to replace the older PALM video BD~V but just came across this tidbit of info on blu ray.com. Apparently a newer version prepared by Cinedigm was released on February 25, 2020 with NO FURTHER DETAILS at this time:

Huh. Maybe it's a US version of the 2016 Second Sight BDA (which was technically a UK release, even though it was region-free)? (See also Blu-Ray.com.) As I understand it, this was an upgrade--improved/restored video--over the 2009 Palm Pictures release.
 
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4-earredwonder

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Huh. A US version of the 2016 Second Sight BDA (which was technically a UK release, even though it was region-free)? As I understand it, this was an upgrade--improved/restored video--over the Palm Pictures release.
Exactly, humprof.....that's the version I purchased about 3 months ago from Deep Discount for under $10 and I thought the picture was much improved over the older PALM BD~V and the sound was superb!

Hopefully, blu ray.com will review this latest Cinedigm BD~V soon.
 

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Amazon shows a Blu-Ray released on 2/25/20 for $30.38 but there are no details about this new release just reviews from the old version. I would like to know more about it.
 

4-earredwonder

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Amazon shows a Blu-Ray released on 2/25/20 for $30.38 but there are no details about this new release just reviews from the old version. I would like to know more about it.
I just checked with Hi Def Digest's new release schedule and it appears to be the same Second Sight BD~V [with improved picture/sound] released a few years ago and erroneously lists it as a 25th Anniversary edition from PALM video which was released in 2009. I paid under $10 recently for that Second Sight B~V and doubtful considering the original film elements it could really be improved upon.

BTW, I have NO idea what cameras were utilized to film the event [film or Digital?] but I do know it was one of the first times a 24 track digital recorder was used to tape the event which, IMO, resulted in stellar audio!
 
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ljlefti

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I just checked with Hi Def Digest's new release schedule and it appears to be the same Second Sight BD~V [with improved picture/sound] released a few years ago and erroneously lists it as a 25th Anniversary edition from PALM video which was released in 2009. I paid under $10 recently for that Second Sight B~V and doubtful considering the original film elements it could really be improved upon.

BTW, I have NO idea what cameras were utilized to film the event [film or Digital?] but I do know it was one of the first times a 24 track digital recorder was used to tape the event which, IMO, resulted in stellar audio!
 

4-earredwonder

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Since it WAS shot in 35mm, IMO, Stop Making Sense would make for a rip roaring NATIVE UHD4K BD from the original camera negative with a gripping remixed Dolby ATMOS soundtrack from those 24 track digital masters!
 
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