New Warner/ Rhino DVD-A release dates

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  1. Steve Meskell

    Steve Meskell Second Unit

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    As usual don't wait outside your store on these dates..[​IMG]

    Grandmaster Flash: Grandmaster Flash (Rhino, March 16)
    Sugarhill Gang: The Best of Sugarhill Gang (Rhino, March 16)

    Chicago: Chicago X (Rhino, March 23)

    Seal: Seal IV (Warner, April 6)

    Frank Sinatra: Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim (Warner, April 13)
    Warren Zevon: Excitable Boy (Rhino, April 13)
    The Cars (Rhino, April 13)

    Fleetwood Mac: Fleetwood Mac (Rhino, April 27)
    Fleetwood Mac: Tusk (Rhino, April 27)
     
  2. Craig S

    Craig S Producer
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    Wow, I hope these make it out. I want every title on that list except the 1st two (sorry, just not into rap).

    X seems an odd choice for the next Chicago hi-res release. I would have preferred III or CTA.

    Really looking forward to multi-channel "Tusk", and "The Cars" as well.
     
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    Thanks for info Steve!
     
  4. John Kotches

    John Kotches Cinematographer

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    Craig,

    It could be a matter of which Master Tapes were most readily available for the Chicago title. It might be that they (Rhino and Chicago) feel X will sell better (I don't but that's just me!).

    Cheers,
     
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    Funny. [​IMG] I just posted in the "delay" thread that I was wondering where Tusk and the self-titled FM disc were...
     

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