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180-gram vinyl set of " The Song Remains The Same "

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180-gram vinyl " The Song Remains The Same "

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Due out March 18, 2008 (According to Acoustic Sounds)

4 Discs (The kind you listen to on record players)... for around $60

Product No.: AATL 357564

Half-Speed Mastered by Stan Ricker and pressed on 180-gram virgin vinyl at RTI.

Track Listings

Side One

Rock And Roll

Celebration Day

Black Dog (including Bring It On Home)

Over The Hills And Far Away

Side two

Misty Mountain Hop

Since I’ve Been Loving You

The Ocean

Side three

The Song Remains The Same

The Rain Song

Side four

No Quarter

Side five

Dazed And Confused (Part 1)

Side six

Dazed And Confused (Part 2)

Moby Dick

Side seven

Stairway To Heaven

Side eight

Heartbreaker

Whole Lotta Love

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Nice to hear..maybe. I wonder if this isn't digital-to-analog, in which case that velvety sweetness won't translate over. Thanks for the news Rover my friend, but if the thing's digitally mastered, it's binary. That intangible essence that makes vinyl the way and the light cannot be etched into the wax. Know what I mean?

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Nice to hear..maybe. I wonder if this isn't digital-to-analog, in which case that velvety sweetness won't translate over. Thanks for the news Rover my friend, but if the thing's digitally mastered, it's binary. That intangible essence that makes vinyl the way and the light cannot be etched into the wax. Know what I mean?

I know that vinyl is the best way......

I thank God that the first Led Zeppelin LP that I ever owned or listened to was the incredible Robert Ludwig pressing of Led Zeppelin II. How fucking sweet that was, for my "virgin" 14 year old ears.... in 1969 ! !

But as to how these re-mastered discs will sound Evster2012..... I do not know.

The compression and brick-walling trends in re-mastering are quite prevelant now.

It is not clear yet as to what exact sources were used, analong, digital, or some of both, to create these discs.

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I know that vinyl is the best way......

I thank God that the first Led Zeppelin LP that I ever owned or listened to was the incredible Robert Ludwig pressing of Led Zeppelin II. How fucking sweet that was, for my "virgin" 14 year old ears.... in 1969 ! !

But as to how these re-mastered discs will sound Evster2012..... I do not know.

The compression and brick-walling trends in re-mastering are quite prevelant now.

It is not clear yet as to what exact sources were used, analong, digital, or some of both, to create these discs.

It's hard to imagine anybody but the White Stripes mastering analog. I've got Elephant on vinyl. Lots of Happy in that wax!

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180-gram vinyl " The Song Remains The Same "

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Due out March 18, 2008 (According to Acoustic Sounds)

4 Discs (The kind you listen to on record players)... for around $60

Product No.: AATL 357564

Half-Speed Mastered by Stan Ricker and pressed on 180-gram virgin vinyl at RTI.

Track Listings

Side One

Rock And Roll

Celebration Day

Black Dog (including Bring It On Home)

Over The Hills And Far Away

Side two

Misty Mountain Hop

Since I’ve Been Loving You

The Ocean

Side three

The Song Remains The Same

The Rain Song

Side four

No Quarter

Side five

Dazed And Confused (Part 1)

Side six

Dazed And Confused (Part 2)

Moby Dick

Side seven

Stairway To Heaven

Side eight

Heartbreaker

Whole Lotta Love

Interesting. I'm not sure about Dazed and Confused being split into two parts. On my original vinyl, the song is not split.

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Interesting. I'm not sure about Dazed and Confused being split into two parts. On my original vinyl, the song is not split.

D&C split?!?!!!!!!

ruins it for me......

maybe if they added the "8-track" channel click....

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yeah, but D&C has to be split, doesn't it? LP's only hold about 25 minutes a side (I think) and the remastered D&C is just over 29 minutes, there's no choice.

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yeah, but D&C has to be split, doesn't it? LP's only hold about 25 minutes a side (I think) and the remastered D&C is just over 29 minutes, there's no choice.

Or...they could edit it down.... but that would be Gay.

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