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The Electric Light Orchestra were born in the late 60s as a coming together of the creative energies of songwriters Roy Wood and Jeff Lynne and final founding member Bev Bevan. Taking their brand of classically-infused pop and rock to both sides of the Atlantic, ELO became one of the biggest selling rock acts of the 1970s, notching up 10 UK Top 10 albums and 15 UK Top 10 singles. ELO's eponymous debut album has been painstakingly remastered for its 40th Anniversary and expanded with over two hours of bonus material. Now spanning a CD/DVD double, the album includes the original Quad mix in DTS 96kHz/24 bit 4.1 surround sound, the original stereo master in high-resolution 96kHz/24 bit PCM, the original '10538 Overture' promo film and extensive liner notes charting the history of the release. The 40th Anniversary Special Edition of 'Electric Light Orchestra' is also available remastered on double gatefold 180gm vinyl.
Highly recommend this release. All the audiophile points aside, recording quality is superb and sublimely listenable. A real treat for the ears or should I say ear candy? Read morePublished on June 23, 2013 by Patrick O'Rorke
THE ORIGINAL INTENT WAS FOR THE MOVE & ELO TO C0-EXIST FOR A FEW YEARS. ONE CAN ONLY IMAGINE THE MUSIC THEY WOULD HAVE MADE TOGETHER BUT THE SPLIT OF ROY WOOD & JEFF LYNNE SEEMS TO... Read morePublished on April 28, 2013 by JZC