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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Jesper Nielsen, Feb 15, 2002.
Bring on Chris Rea : Road To Hell!
Dream Theatre - "Scenes from a Memory"
Tool - "Lateralus"
any 80's Metallica (S&M would sound great too)
I have over 2000 CDs/LPs so my list would be too long. What I would like is either DVD-A or SACD to be the only format (or I'd like someone tol come out with an affordable player (under $500) that plays all formats (including DVD-A, SACD, HDCD and regular CDs/DVDs).
I'd be (mostly) happy if labels would start to release more high resolution titles at or around the time of the two-channel CD.
That means, that record labels would have to include multi-channel mixes in an album's initial production, something that would naturally add to the cost. But I bet that it would be cheaper all around to do it during a project's initial production rather than after the fact. I imagine it's pretty difficult for companies to secure both services and materials years after an album has been released.
This looks to have been done with some artists (Bjork comes to mind), but I think they need to pump up the release schedule with newer titles.
#1 would be Pink Floyd's Dark Side Of The Moon .
"Symbols (4)" album and "Physical Graffiti"
Any Tool, Rage Against The Machine or more Stone Temple Pilots.
edgar winter's they only come out at night...could you imagine frankenstein in 5.1?or free ride for that matter?
Wasn't Strange Little Girls supposed to be out on DVD-A? I'd like a Boxset with all 6 of her albums (And while you're at it, why not Y Kant Tori Read with that!)
barenaked ladies - Gordon
any Disney soundtrack
anything by Nat King Cole
I'd like some:
Still Life Talking by Pat Metheny
Roger waters - Amused To Death
Also the rest of the Early Queen Albums (up to the Game)
Jeff Beck's Truth
Rod Stewarts Footloose and Fancy Free
Frank Zappa's Joe's Garage
And this is just off the top of my head.
Hell, I'd be happy with anything at this point. Releases are so few and far between that anything would be welcomed.
JS Bach organ music.
Beethoven's Missa Solemnis.
Brahm's 4th symphony.
Brahm's German Requiem.
Mahler's 8th symphony.
Vaughan William's Tallis fantasia.
Oh yeah, "And The World Won't End" by the pernice Brothers. Aural heaven I tell you.
Nine Inch Nails
yes, peter!!! dear god, yes!!! i remember seeing an interview with trent on audiophile (techtv show that is about anything but "audiophiles") where he talked about how much he really enjoyed the surround sound process and would like to explore it deeper. i think the interview was just after he finished production on the two dvd set for fragility v2.0.
anything rock and roll for crying out loud!
I'll 3rd that Dream Thaand raise the ante with Rush: Hemispheres.