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This is the best album by one of the greatest rock bands of all times.
Given the great mlps design and especially the excellently remastered sound quality this Rhino Replica Sleeve version comes very, very highly recommended!
Close to Edge is epitome of English Rock - call it prog or not, Yes created the finest work of music to come out of the rock movement.
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Delivery later than predicted, very happy with product.
Classic Yes. I can't say anything that hasn't been posted here, but my 5 Stars should be added to the rest. I LOVE listening to CTTE in Surround.Published 15 days ago by W. Johnson
This blu ray recording of close to the edge benefits from surround sound mixing forI am now able to hear details I've never heard before. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Glenn M. Hoffman
An execution of surround sound that feels intuitively "right" for this longtime listener of the two channel original on LP and CD. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Paul Cragin
I have nothing to say about this LP that has not already been said. It is by FAR the best music written and played on this planet in over 200 years, it may in years to come in the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by T Cleveland
Again, another "pirated" throw-away rehearsal session. ( see my Yes Album's review ) Everything I said applies to this copy too.
Warning: # 73790 Electra/Rhino. Read more
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DSD? would you like that in the standard Stereo?? Or would you prefer mono? This disc gets the royal remake treatment over to DTS-HD-MA 5.1 and you want to complain about not using 24 year old Sony DSD tech? Please in the future refrain from crabbing about DSD (direct stream digital) tech,... Read More
Feb 26, 2015 by boc_spectre | See all 2 posts
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They should have remastered it to DSD if you ask me. Then go from there with PCM resamples etc. I would have bought the blu-ray if it had DSD as well as the PCM. Most of us 'philes' are going to DSD - sounds better than PCM no matter the resolution IMO.
Nov 1, 2014 by readernut | See all 2 posts
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