What albums would you like to see be released in a surround hi-res format?

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  1. RobertWW

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    This has probably already been done, but here goes anyway. List some albums you'd like to hear in a 5.1 format. It doesn't matter what, but try and pick albums that you'd think would be befitting to surround sound. My pics (just the ones I can think of right now):

    The Police - Ghost in the Machine
    The Beatles - Abbey Road/Sgt. Pepper/White Album
    Nirvana - In Utero
    Frank Zappa - Either some early jazz stuff or late instrumental stuff. So far all we've gotten is his late 70's rock stuff.
    They Might Be Giants - Flood/Lincoln/Apollo 18
    The Doors - All the other albums
    Melvins - Absolutely anything
    David Bowie - Some more of his earlier stuff.
    Pink Floyd - Animals/Wish You Were Here/The Wall
    Captain Beefheart - Safe As Milk/Spotlight Kid/Clear Spot/Trout Mask Replica
    Black Flag - The Process of Weeding Out
     
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    Nirvana - Nevermind/Bleach/In Utero
    Metallica - Ride The Lightning/Master Of Puppets/...And Justice For All
    Fear Factory - Demanufacture/Obsolete
    Guns N' Roses - Appetite For Destruction
    Meshuggah - Chaoshpere/Nothing
    Slayer - Reign In Blood/South Of Heaven/Seasons In The Abyss
    AC/DC - Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap/High Voltage/Highway To Hell/Back In Black
    Slipknot - Slipknot
     
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    anything by:
    Radiohead
    NIN
    Pink Floyd
    70's and 90's Bowie
    Talking Heads
    Depeche Mode
    New Order
    Pixies
    Morphine
    Ministry

    also:
    Primal Scream-Evil Heat and Xtrmntr
    Meat Beat Manifesto-subliminal sandwhich
    Who-Who's next
    cooper temple clause
    marilyn manson-antichrist superstar
    Metallica-ride the lightning, master of puppets, justice(if they fixed all the messed up stuff in the original)
     
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    emerson,lake and palmer welcome back my friends to the show that never ends....deep purple made in japan...king crimson in the court of the crimson king and in the wake of poseidon..manfred mann's earth band the roaring silence...foghat live...ted nugent double live gonzo...to name a few
     
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    TOOL
     
  7. Lee Scoggins

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    Talking Heads are apparently on the way and in the can meaning finished.

    I would like to get the entire Pink Floyd catalog.

    Oingo Boingo might be fun in 5.1.
     
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    Oh yeah, I forgot about Tool. That would be awesome too.
     
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    Lee, I would like to hear some Oingo Boingo, have you seen the farewell DVD, its a really good live performance, unfortunately it is in PL only, no 5.1, hoping they revisiit it sometime?
     
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    I have not seen the farewell DVD but these guys were definitely ahead of their time. Look at the success that Danny Elfman has had on soundtracks. They had a lot of talent.
     
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    Talking Heads are coming to hi-rez? That's terrific! Lee, do you know which album(s)? Where did you hear about it? I'd like to check out the info. Tks, Dave

    Yaz would also be welcome in a surround format...
     
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    Anything from Dream Theater or Queensryche. But only if it wasn't mastered in the gimmicky fashion of so many multi-channel efforts. Actually, the hi res aspect is more appealing to me. I just wouldn't want to here guitar licks or drum rolls from over my shoulder. [​IMG]
     
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    QUADROPHENIA

    CJ
     
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    The entire back catalog of Pink Floyd. But I'll settle for Wish You Were Here, Echoes, The Wall and Animals first, in that order.

    Also, more Queen.
     
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    Rush 2112
     
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    Soundgarden: Superunknown
    Live: Throwing Copper
    Metallica: RTL
    Blues Traveler: Four
    Any Pearl Jam
    TOOL would be interesting enough to buy.

    Edit: Maybe Our Lady Peace too.
    If anybody has seen any of these discs let me know! It's hard to keep track of this un-publicized market.
     
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    Too many to list.....

    Besides many above...

    Ten Years After, A Space In Time

    Robin Trower...Bridge of Sighs

    Miles Davis...Bitches Brew..

    Of the top of my head..

    Now I'm talking HiRez and not surround sound.
     
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    Lee, if you Danny Elfman, you should definitely check it out, even rent it, its a pretty lengthy concert(over 2 hours) as well as bonus materials on 2 discs, recorded on Halloween 1995, their last live performance, and it was a pretty big stage show and well recorded, as i said, unfortunately no 5.1. [​IMG]

    farewell dvd at amazon

    Dave,
    Remain in Light is mentioned in this interview.
    jerry harrison
     
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    AFAIC, surround music was made for PF.

    Good call on Yaz...I second that. I almost forgot about those guys. Upstairs At Eric's is one of my faves.

    Anything by Tool would be welcomed.

    I would also love to hear some Dave Matthews Band in surround other than a live DVD.

    My #1 request would have to be Smashing Pumpkins' "Siamese Dream". That would be killer! [​IMG]
     
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