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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Miles, Mar 28, 2002.
Is it worth trying to find?
It's been around for some time, but if you like Sting, then it's worth it. Personally, I like Ten Summoner's Tales better, but Nothing Like the Sun is very good also.
Unfortunately for me, the only place that carries them locally wants $26 for Nothing Like the Sun DTS, so I'll make due until I can find it for less. I'm still happy with the vynil .
NP: Joyce Cooling - Third Wish
Do you mean you like the album (can we still use that term?) "Ten Summoner's Tales" better? Or, do you mean the DTS version of TST is better than NLTS?
I prefer NLTS better as a whole...
BTW The only DTS-CD I have so far is The Police compilation
Having not heard NLTS in DTS, I can't actually say I like TST DTS better. I may just break down and buy it...or, god forbid, look online DOH. I was referring to the albums themselves. I like them both about the same, and even Brand New Day is not bad also. NLTS is more entertaining for certain, but when I want to mellow, I prefer TST.
Bought the Nothing Like the Sun DTS CD last year. It's worth a listen. As far as DTS CDs go, I refer to Steely Dan's Gaucho when I want to be blown away.
I ordered Nothing Like the Sun from Amazon and oddly enough, there were two discs in the jewel case. Not a bad deal!
I have the Nothing Like the Sun DTS CD, and it's definitely worth picking up if you like the album (yes, it's O.K. to use that word ). I was very glad to see the DTS CD released because it was delayed a few times. As I recall it was one of the last, if not the last DTS CD to be released. Maybe DTS will release Dream of the Blue Turtles on DVD-Audio.
Woah, I just found out about DTS-CDs, and now they're not making them anymore? Just on the DVD-A format? That sucks, I don't want to fire up my computer's DVD drive every time I just want to listen to music...
So, no chance of any more DTS-CDs at all?
Will, DTS CDs are a thing of the past in that we won't be seeing new releases. DTS Entertainment is now doing DVD-Audio. However, they have only re-released a handful of DTS CDs on DVD-Audio. DTS CDs are still in print.
Don't some DVD-A discs will have a DD or DTS track that can be read by "normal" players?
I picked up Don Henley's End of Innocence and Sheryl Crow's Globe Sessions on DTS-CD. They're great fun.
Remember when TWO digital inputs on a surround receiver seemed like overkill?