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I have heard the Kylie abbey road sessions is quite good and well produced, I own none of her music but heard this is really good for non Kylie fans too! Any confirm if the mastering is any good?

Re. the thread, I've always been pretty dissatisfied with Motörhead CDs, although. THE WORLD IS YOURS is better. 

Some greatest hits or best of... type albums, especially for artists that've endured a long career - changing labels several times - I find the quality is so mixed.

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Thanks guys one of my best sounding CDs are

depeche mode - music for the masses

the smiths - strangeways here we come 

the cranberries - everyone else is doing it

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Worst Quality

1.) MGMT - Oracular Spectacular (Can't listen to it it's that bad!)

 

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Just bought "Just a little lovin'" by Shelby Lynne. I had heard it on Spotify before, but it sounds even more impressive now. The songs are sweet, and it is gorgeously recorded, mixed and mastered. And for less than 9 €, it's a no-brainer to me :exmark:

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richardw42 wrote:

Re. the thread, I've always been pretty dissatisfied with Motörhead CDs, although. THE WORLD IS YOURS is better. 

 

The ones on Sanctuary aren't that great.  The earlier releases on Castle or EMI are nearer the original analogue pressings, if not the same tape and sound much better; I have Overkill, Bomber, AoS, NSTH and possibly Iron First, and they're excellent (IMO).  You'll find them in secondhand shops from time to time or the 'bay.  

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Willy Mason - "Carry On" - has some real - "ooh, that sounds so good" moments.

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I have a digitally re-mastered Disraeli Gears by Cream, absolutely awful.

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The Menzingers - On The Impossible Past

 

My album of the year

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