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    kinkster
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    Würde mich hier eher freuen wenn Marillion mal die „Script“ und „Fugazi“ als Boxen veröffentlichen würden … Zeit wäre es.

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    kinksterWürde mich hier eher freuen wenn Marillion mal die „Script“ und „Fugazi“ als Boxen veröffentlichen würden … Zeit wäre es.

    Keine Angst, die werden auch noch kommen. Keine andere Band versteht es so gut, dem Fan das Geld aus der Tasche zu ziehen. Besuch mal den Racket Store, dann weißt du Bescheid.

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    Danke für den Hinweis. Bin doch sehr gespannt ob eine solche Deluxe Ausgabe auch von „Seasons End“ kommen wird. Da würde ich natürlich zuschlagen.

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    R.E.M. – Monster anniversary reissue

    5CD+blu-ray super deluxe • Scott Litt 2019 remix • demos • Live • 5.1 surround mix • 2LP, single LP and 2CD editions also available
    Craft Recordings will reissue R.E.M.‘s 1994 album Monster as a six-disc 25th anniversary issue in November. The 5CD+blu-ray set will include a brand new Scott Litt stereo mix, unreleased demos and a 5.1 surround sound mix.
    Although the album was not particularly well received critically, it still delivered twice the number of UK top ten hits than its much loved predecessor Automatic For The People (‘What’s The Frequency Kenneth?’ and ‘Strange Currencies’ both got to number nine, whereas number seven hit ‘Everybody Hurts’ was the only one of six singles to penetrate the top ten). In fact of the five singles, only ‘Crush With Eyeliner’ failed to reach the top 20.

    The 25th anniversary reissue of Monster will be released on 1 November 2019.

    Disc: 1 (CD) Monster remastered
    1. What’s The Frequency, Kenneth?
    2. Crush With Eyeliner
    3. King Of Comedy
    4. I Don’t Sleep, I Dream
    5. Star 69Strange Currencies
    6. Strange Currencies
    7. Tongue
    8. Bang And Blame
    9. I Took Your Name
    10. Let Me In
    11. Circus Envy
    12. You

    Disc: 2 (CD) Unreleased Demos
    1. Pete’s Hit
    2. Uptempo Mo Distortion
    3. Uptempo Ricky
    4. Harlan County with Whistling
    5. Lost Song
    6. AM Boo
    7. Mike’s Gtr
    8. Sputnik 1 Remix
    9. Black Sky 4-14
    10. Revolution 4-21
    11. Rocker with vocal
    12. Time Is On Mike’s Side
    13. 1Experiment 4-28 no vocal
    14. Highland Fling 4-29
    15. Cranky 4-29

    Disc: 3 (CD) Monster Scott Litt 2019 remix
    1. What’s The Frequency, Kenneth? (2019 Remix)
    2. Crush With Eyeliner (2019 Remix)
    3. King Of Comedy (2019 Remix)
    4. I Don’t Sleep, I Dream (2019 Remix)
    5. Star 69 (2019 Remix)
    6. Strange Currencies (2019 Remix)
    7. Tongue (2019 Remix)
    8. Bang And Blame (2019 Remix)
    9. I Took Your Name (2019 Remix)
    10. Let Me In (2019 Remix)
    11. Circus Envy (2019 Remix)
    12. You (2019 Remix)

    Disc: 4 (CD) Live tracks from Monster Tour
    1. What’s The Frequency, Kenneth?
    2. Circus Envy
    3. Crush With Eyeliner
    4. Near Wild Heaven
    5. Welcome To The Occupation
    6. Undertow
    7. I Took Your Name
    8. Strange Currencies
    9. Me In Honey
    10. Revolution
    11. Tongue
    12. Man On The Moon
    13. Country Feedback
    14. Monty Got A Raw Deal

    Disc: 5 (CD) Live tracks from Monster Tour
    1. Losing My Religion
    2. You
    3. Departure
    4. Orange Crush
    5. Get Up
    6. Star 69
    7. Let Me In
    8. Everybody Hurts
    9. So. Central Rain (I’m Sorry)
    10. Pop Song 89
    11. Its The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)

    Disc: 6 (Blu-ray) Monster in 5.1 plus videos and Road Movie
    1. Monster – 5.1 Surround Sound
    2. Monster – Hi-Resolution Audio
    3. Road Movie (concert film)
    4. What’s The Frequency, Kenneth? (music video)
    5. Crush With Eyeliner (music video)
    6. Star 69 (music video)
    7. Strange Currencies (music video)
    8. Tongue (music video)
    9. Bang and Blame (music video)

    Infos bei Superdeluxeditions

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    Info in die Runde, vielleicht interessiert es ja den einen oder anderen, natürlich aber auch mit Hinblick auf die seinerzeit veröffentlichte Box und mit Hinweis auf die zur VÖ anstehende „1969 Sessions“-Box:

    KING CRIMSON – „In The Court of the Crimson King“ [50th Anniversary Edition] (3CD+BD)

    King Crimson‘s 1969 debut album In The Court of the Crimson King is to be reissued as a Blu-ray+3CD edition and a double vinyl set, for its 50th anniversary.

    The blu-ray features an enormous amount of content, including all new 2019 stereo and 5.1 mixes by Steven Wilson (at 24/96 resolution), the original mix (the ‘master edition’) also at 24/96, a complete alternate version of the album comprising 2019 Steven Wilson mixes, 2019 instrumental mixes and more. This blu-ray is all-region and playable on all drives.

    The three CDs in the box set feature the new 2019 Steven Wilson stereo mix, an exapanded edition of the alternate album in the blu-ray and the original master edition of the 1969 mix plus additional tracks. Full track listings and details below.

    In terms of packaging the four discs are presented into two card gatefold sleeves which sit alongside a booklet within a rigid exterior slipcase. New sleeve-notes by King Crimson biographer Sid Smith feature in the booklet.

    The 50th anniversary double vinyl edition of In The Court of the Crimson King features Steven Wilson’s new 2019 stereo mix on the first record with the alternate album with tracks mixed by Wilson and David Singleton. These are pressed on 200g vinyl and have been cut by Jason Mitchell at Loud Mastering from original 24/96 high-resolution source files.

    Also, the artwork for both Bluray/CD and vinyl has been derived from the original paintings and has been meticulously restored.

    Note, all material on this blu-ray+3CD package will feature on the forthcoming Complete 1969 Sessions – the eighth boxed set in the series documenting King Crimson’s studio & live recordings from 1969 onwards.

    In The Court of the Crimson King is reissued on 25 October 2019, via Panegyric.

    Blu-Ray features a complete alternate album comprising 2019 mixes by Steven Wilson including a much extended duo version of ‘I Talk to The Wind’, a June 19th version of ‘The Court of the Crimson King’ from the band’s final day at Morgan studios in June 1969, an isolated voice dominant version of ‘Epitaph’ & a version of ‘21st Century Schizoid Man’ which combines the Morgan studios instrumental with Greg Lake vocals from Wessex studios and August 2019 overdubs by Mel Collins & Jakko Jakszyk – the latter two mixed by David Singleton.

    A further album’s worth of additional material drawn from studio takes – much of it mixed by Steven Wilson & including extracts from the ‘wind session’ that produced the intro to 21CSM in stereo for the first time, the single a/b sides of the album title track drawn, for the first time since on disc, from the original master tapes & more are also included.

    The Blu-Ray is completed by a set of 2019 instrumental mixes and the surviving fragment of black & white footage from Hyde Park in 1969

    This set marks the first appearance of the album on Blu-Ray completing the availability of all King Crimson studio albums on the format.

    CD1 presents the album in its 2019 stereo mix – along with the 2019 instrumental takes (with ‘Moonchild’ edited to song length)

    CD2 presents an expanded edition of the alternate album from the Blu-Ray

    CD3 features the original master edition of the 1969 mix plus additional tracks

    Blu-Ray NTSC, Zone ABC, playable on all BD players & drives

    DTS-HD MA 5.1 & LPCM 5.1/DTS-HD MA Stereo & LPCM 24/96

    2019 5.1 mixes

    1. 21st Century Schizoid Man
    2. I Talk to the Wind
    3. Epitaph
    4. Moonchild
    5. The Court of the Crimson King

    Additional track

    1. I Talk to the Wind (duo version)

    Mixed by Steven Wilson

    Original Master Edition

    1. 21st Century Schizoid Man
    2. I Talk to the Wind
    3. Epitaph
    4. Moonchild
    5. The Court of the Crimson King

     

    Produced by King Crimson

     

    Alternate Album

    1. 21st Century Schizoid Man
    2. I Talk to the Wind
    3. I Talk to the Wind
    4. Epitaph
    5. Epitaph
    6. Moonchild
    7. The Court of the Crimson King

    Notes re above

    1. Morgan studios June 1969 take with Greg Lake vocal overdubs from Wessex August 1969 & Mel Collins & Jakko Jakszyk August 2019 overdubs
    2. Alternate 2019 mix
    3. Duo version, full length master, 2019 mix
    4. Vocals isolated/highlighted, 2019 mix
    5. Alt take – 2019 mix
    6. Take 1, 2019 mix
    7. Morgan studios, June 1969 take, 2019 mix

    Mixed by Steven Wilson except 1, 4 mixed by David Singleton

     

    Additional material

    1. Wind Session (2019 stereo mix)
    2. 21st Century Schizoid Man (Trio version, 2019 mix)
    3. I Talk to the Wind (Studio run through, 2019 mix)
    4. Epitaph (Backing track, 2019 mix)
    5. Moonchild (Album edit, 2009 mix)
    6. The Court of the Crimson King (Take 3, 2009 mix)
    7. 21st Century Schizoid Man (Morgan studios take, June 1969)
    8. The Court of the Crimson King (part 1) (Single a-side, 1969)
    9. The Court of the Crimson King (part 2) (Single b-side, 1969)

     

    Mixed by Steven Wilson 1 – 6, Mixed by King Crimson 7 – 9

     

    2019 Instrumental mixes

    1. 21st Century Schizoid Man
    2. I Talk to the Wind
    3. Epitaph
    4. Moonchild
    5. The Court of the Crimson King

    Mixed by Steven Wilson

     

    Video: 21csm extract Hyde Park 1969

     

    CD 1   2019 stereo mixes & instrumental mixes

    1.21st Century Schizoid Man

    2.I Talk to the Wind

    3.Epitaph

    4.Moonchild

    5.The Court of the Crimson King

    6.21st Century Schizoid Man

    7.I Talk to the Wind

    8.Epitaph

    9.Moonchild (edit)

    10.The Court of the Crimson King

    1 – 10 mixed by Steven Wilson

     

    CD2 Alternate Album, expanded edition

    1. Wind Session (Wind Session, 2019 stereo mix)
    2. 21st Century Schizoid Man
    3. I Talk to the Wind
    4. I Talk to the Wind
    5. Epitaph
    6. Epitaph
    7. Moonchild
    8. The Court of the Crimson King
    9. 21st Century Schizoid Man

     

    Notes re above

    1. Wind Session, 2019 stereo mix
    2. Morgan studios June 1969 take with Greg Lake vox overdubs from Wessex August 1969 & Mel Collins/Jakko Jakszyk August 2019 overdubs
    3. Alternate 2019 mix
    4. Duo version, full length master, 2019 mix
    5. Vocals isolated/highlighted, 2019 mix
    6. Alt take – 2019 mix
    7. Take 1, 2019 mix
    8. Morgan studios, June 1969 take, 2019 mix
    9. Trio version, 2019 mix

     

    Mixed by Steven Wilson except 2, 5 mixed by David Singleton

     

    CD3 Original Master Edition, expanded

    1 21st Century Schizoid Man

    1. I Talk to the Wind
    2. Epitaph
    3. Moonchild
    4. The Court of the Crimson King
    5. 21st Century Schizoid Man
    6. I Talk to the Wind
    7. Epitaph
    8. The Court of the Crimson King (single a side)
    9. The Court of the Crimson King (single b side)

    1 to 5   Original master edition produced by King Crimson

    Mastered by Simon Heyworth

    1. Morgan studios instrumental take, 1969, produced by King Crimson
    2. studio run through, 2019 mix by Steven Wilson
    3. Backing track, 2019 mix by Steven Wilson

    9/10. Original single master

     

    Quelle: SuperDeluxeEdition

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    PRINCE – „1999“ (Super Deluxe Edition) (z.B.: 5CD+DVD) [29.11.2019]

    On November 29, The Prince Estate, in association with Warner Records, will celebrate Prince’s 1982 classic 1999 with a multi-format reissue encompassing the following versions:

    • Super Deluxe Edition (5CD+DVD or 10LP+DVD / audio-only download and streaming)
    • Deluxe Edition (2CD or 4LP 180g vinyl / download and streaming)
    • Remastered album (1CD or 2LP 180g Purple Vinyl / download and streaming)

    Prince’s fifth studio album and first to feature an embryonic version of The Revolution, 1999 was a major breakthrough for the artist. “1999,” “Little Red Corvette,” and “Delirious” – the first three songs on Side One of the original double vinyl – all became major crossover hits on the pop and R&B charts, earning Prince heavy rotation on the burgeoning MTV.

    Yet the eleven songs that comprised 1999 were just the tip of the iceberg for the prolific artist-songwriter-producer. During 1981 and 1982, he demoed tracks for Vanity 6 and The Time, not to mention dozens of tracks that went unheard. The Super Deluxe Edition of 1999 will premiere 35 previously unreleased tracks. Its 65 tracks total across five CDs or ten 180-gram vinyl LPs will also include B-sides and single mixes plus the original album remastered for the very first time. It features all of the audio material Prince officially released in and around 1982 plus 23 previously unissued studio tracks recorded between November 1981 and January 1983, plus a complete live performance of the 1999 tour recorded in Detroit at the late show on November 30, 1982. Additionally, both the CD and vinyl Super Deluxe sets contain a DVD with another complete, previously unreleased concert from the 1999 tour, recorded with multiple cameras live at the Houston Summit on December 29, 1982.

    The Super Deluxe Edition boasts new liner notes by journalist David Fricke, Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan, Minneapolis radio host Andrea Swensson, and Prince historian Duane Tudahl. It’s packaged with a replica of Prince’s handwritten lyrics for several songs from the era, including “Little Red Corvette,” plus images of the master tapes and rare photography from Prince’s then-photographer, Allen Beaulieu. Fricke writes in his essay that the set represents “a landmark collection of vision, craft, and urgency – an unprecedented immersion in the frenetic momentum and private working world of Prince in 1981 and 1982, en route to the profound breakthrough of his fifth studio album, 1999.”

    The 2-CD or 4-LP iterations have the remastered original album plus the B-sides and alternate mixes disc, while the 1-CD or 2-LP version has the new remaster only. All versions will be available on November 29 from Warner Records and The Prince Estate.

     

    TrackList:

    CD 1/LP 1-2: Remastered album (released as Warner Bros. 23720, 1982)

    1.1999

    2.Little Red Corvette

    3.Delirious

    4.Let’s Pretend We’re Married

    5.D.M.S.R.

    6.Automatic

    7.Something In The Water (Does Not Compute)

    8.Free

    9.Lady Cab Driver

    10.All The Critics Love U In New York

    11.International Lover

     

    CD 2/LP 3-4: Promo mixes & B-sides

    1.1999 (7″ Stereo Edit)

    2.1999 (7″ Mono Promo-Only Edit)

    3.Free (Promo Only Edit)

    4.How Come U Don’t Call Me Anymore?

    5.Little Red Corvette (7″ Edit)

    6.All The Critics Love U In New York (7″ Edit)

    7.Lady Cab Driver (7″ Edit)

    8.Little Red Corvette (Dance Remix Promo-Only Edit)

    9.Little Red Corvette (Special Dance Mix)

    10.Delirious (7″ Edit)

    11.Horny Toad

    12.Automatic (7″ Edit)

    13.Automatic (Video Version)

    14.Let’s Pretend We’re Married (7″ Edit)

    15.Let’s Pretend We’re Married (7″ Mono Promo-Only Edit)

    16.Irresistible Bitch

    17.Let’s Pretend We’re Married (Video Version)

    18.D.M.S.R. (Edit)

    Tracks 1 and 4 released as Warner Bros. single 28926, 1982

    Track 2 released on Warner Bros. promo single 28926, 1982

    Track 3 released on Warner Bros. 12″ promo PRO-A-2042, 1982

    Tracks 5-6 released as Warner Bros. single 29746, 1983

    Track 7 released on Warner Bros. U.K. single W-9436, 1983

    Track 8 released on Warner Bros. promo single 29746, 1983

    Track 9 released on Warner Bros. U.K. 12″ W-9688T, 1983

    Tracks 10-11 released as Warner Bros. single 29503, 1983

    Track 12 released on Warner Bros. Australian promo single MX208187-8, 1983

    Tracks 13 and 17 previously unreleased on CD

    Tracks 14 and 16 released as Warner Bros. single 29548, 1983

    Track 15 released on Warner Bros. promo single 29548, 1983

    Track 18 released on Risky Business soundtrack – Virgin U.K. V-2302, 1984

     

    CD 3/LPs 5-6: Vault tracks, November 1981-April 1982

    1.Feel U Up

    2.Irresistible Bitch

    3.Money Don’t Grow On Trees

    4.Vagina

    5.Rearrange

    6.Bold Generation

    7.Colleen

    8.International Lover (Take 1 – Live In Studio)

    9.Turn It Up

    10.You’re All I Want

    11.Something In The Water (Does Not Compute)

    12.If It’ll Make U Happy

    13.How Come U Don’t Call Me Anymore? (Take 2)

     

    CD 4/LPs 7-8: Vault Tracks, April 1982-January 1983

    1.Possessed (1982 Version)

    2.Delirious (Full Length)

    3.Purple Music

    4.Yah, You Know

    5.Moonbeam Levels

    6.No Call U

    7.Can’t Stop This Feeling I Got

    8.Do Yourself a Favor

    9.Don’t Let Him Fool Ya

    10.Teacher, Teacher

    11.Lady Cab Driver/I Wanna Be Your Lover/Little Red Corvette (Tour Demo)

    All tracks on Discs 3-4 previously unreleased except Disc 4, Track 5 from 4Ever (NPG/Warner Bros. 558509-2, 2016)

    Later version of Disc 3, Track 1 released as the B-side to “Partyman” (Warner Bros., 1989)

    Later version of Disc 4, Track 7 released on Graffiti Bridge soundtrack (Warner Bros., 1990)

     

    CD 5/LPs 9-10: Live at Masonic Temple Theater, Masonic Hall, Detroit, MI (Late Show) – 11/30/1982 (previously unreleased)

    1.Controversy

    2.Let’s Work

    3.Little Red Corvette

    4.Do Me, Baby

    5.Head

    6.Uptown

    7.Lisa’s Keyboard Interlude

    8.How Come U Don’t Call Me Anymore?

    9.Automatic

    10.International Lover

    11.1999

    12.D.M.S.R.

     

    DVD: Live at The Summit, Houston, TX – 12/19/1982 (previously unreleased)

    1.Controversy

    2.Let’s Work

    3.Do Me, Baby

    4.D.M.S.R.

    5.Keyboard Interlude

    6.Piano Improvisation

    7.How Come U Don’t Call Me Anymore?

    8.Lady Cab Driver

    9.Automatic

    10.International Lover

    11.1999

    12.Head

    Quelle: SecondDisc

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    ROLLING STONES – „Let It Bleed“ (50th Anniversary Deluxe Box)

    This November, ABKCO are set to reissue The Rolling Stones‘ 1969 album Let It Bleed as a 50th anniversary box set.

    This set will feature newly remastered (by Bob Ludwig) stereo and mono versions of the album on both vinyl and SACD.

    The collection also includes a reproduction of the 1969 seven-inch mono single of ‘Honky Tonk Women’/ ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’ in a picture sleeve.

    An 80 page hardcover book includes an notes by he-gets-everywhere journalist David Fricke, along with never-before-seen photos by the band’s tour photographer Ethan Russell. Perhaps in the hope of distracting you from the lack of bonus audio, this set also includes more ‘stuff’ in the shape of three 12” x 12” hand-numbered REPLICA-signed lithographs printed on embossed archival paper, and a massive (23” x 23”) poster.

    If you are interested in the remastering, Bob Ludwig apparently worked from Direct Stream Digital files taken from the original tapes at a 2.8 MHz sampling rate.

    Let It Bleed is reissued on 1 November 2019. There will also be standalone remastered stereo CD and vinyl editions available.

    LP 1 – Stereo

    Side 1

    Gimme Shelter

    Love In Vain

    Country Honk

    Live with Me

    Let It Bleed

    Side 2

    Midnight Rambler

    You Got the Silver

    Monkey Man

    You Can’t Always Get What You Want

     

    LP 2 – Mono

    Side 1

    Gimme Shelter

    Love In Vain

    Country Honk

    Live with Me

    Let It Bleed

    Side 2

    Midnight Rambler

    You Got the Silver

    Monkey Man

    You Can’t Always Get What You Want

     

    Hybrid Super Audio CD 1 – Stereo

    Gimme Shelter

    Love In Vain

    Country Honk

    Live with Me

    Let It Bleed

    Midnight Rambler

    You Got the Silver

    Monkey Man

    You Can’t Always Get What You Want

     

    Hybrid Super Audio CD 2 – Mono

    Gimme Shelter

    Love In Vain

    Country Honk

    Live with Me

    Let It Bleed

    Midnight Rambler

    You Got the Silver

    Monkey Man

    You Can’t Always Get What You Want

     

    7” vinyl single – (Mono)

    Side A – Honky Tonk Women

    Side B – You Can’t Always Get What You Want

     

    Quelle: SuperDeluxeEdition

    Persönliche Anmerkung: einer ersten kleinen Vorfreude folgt gleich die große Ernüchterung. Eine enttäusche VÖ, gerade bei ersten Preisen zwischen 110 EUR und 150 EUR. Gerade auch mit ergänzendem Seitenblick auf die angekündigte Box von Pink Floyd kann man eigentlich nur einen Druck bekommen, dass die Plattenfirmen zunehmend einen Hau weg haben. Auf der anderen Seite: wenn es genug Leute gibt, die SO etwas zu SOLCHEN Preisen kaufen …

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    mangels

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    Frage mich auch, wer solche, völlig überzogene Mondpreise festlegt?

    Abwarten und spätestens nach einem Jahr für unter €60,– kaufen.

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    mangelsFrage mich auch, wer solche, völlig überzogene Mondpreise festlegt?
    Abwarten und spätestens nach einem Jahr für unter €60,– kaufen.

    Und wenn man sich die Abbey Road Box anschaut wird das ganze noch unverständlicher.

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    kinkster

    mangelsFrage mich auch, wer solche, völlig überzogene Mondpreise festlegt?
    Abwarten und spätestens nach einem Jahr für unter €60,– kaufen.

    Und wenn man sich die Abbey Road Box anschaut wird das ganze noch unverständlicher.

    Obwohl das allerdings schwerlich zu vergleichen ist.
    Bei der Stones-Box bekommt man 4x das Album. Stereo und Mono als LPs und CDs, dazu eine Single. Nothing else.(bisschen wenig fürs Geld)
    Bei Abbey Road kann man wählen. Will ich die 3 LPs mit Album und Sessiontakes
    oder die CD Variante (gleicher Inhalt) mit zusätzich Surround auf BluRay.
    Preislich sind die beiden Varianten durchaus okay.

    Ja, es ist witklich unverständlich.
    Preis/Leistung spricht da eher für Abbey Road. Ist ganz sicher auch die interessantete VÖ.

    zuletzt geändert von mangels

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