I tend to pretty much agree with you too.BananaSlug said:I have the DVD-Audio disc, but I did a quick comparison with the DTS track - so I considered myself eligible to vote.
I've had this disc for awhile, but not listened much as of late. Put it in tonight and had a good listen. The mix is really good, not much movement of sound, but the rears are used well and often. The mix was done by Mr. Scheiner...
The sound quality here is very good. It is very open and dynamic (just a little less clarity between instruments on the DTS tracks). One thing about the sound, it really sounds like the 80s. Not a bad thing, it just jumps out at you that this isn't a 2005 release.
As far as the song themselves, they are very good 1990 pop/rock. Not the kind of thing I've been listening to lately, but certainly well done. I think this will stay in my changer for a little while, it deserves to be heard some more.
Oh yes, I give it a 9 - one point off for the dated sound.
It should have the DVD-Audio logo on it. Easiest way to tell.So this came on dvd-audio as well as DTS disc? Would anyone be able to tell me the UPC codes So I would be able to determione if one is the DVD-Audio disc? I wwantthe DVD-Audio disc notthe dvddts. People have told they had thedvd-audio it turned out to be DTS instead. I figure UPC codes woudl be the best way to determine if one is te dvd-audio or not? Unless htere is another way.
I can second this - and I happen to possess both US and UK pressings. As it seems the only thing different is the DVD-A and dts logo placement... Actually, I've never seen a dts CD version of this album.Yeah, mine has the DVD-Audio logo featured prominently on both the front and back covers. SKU is 69286-01030-92.