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The Joshua Tree (Remastered)
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Great CD made better with cleaner sound and all the extra information for fans and the extra CD of b-sides and singles.Published 11 days ago by Thomas Jones
This is an "Island" album. My son plays it and we sit and chat in the music room on the vinyl player.Published 26 days ago by William King
This is an excellent remastered version of what is arguably U2's best studio album. Even though I have access to nearly all of their music through various streaming services, I... Read morePublished 1 month ago by localARC
Where do I begin with this album? You know how you hear people make those "five albums I can't live without" lists? This one would make mine. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Drew T. '77
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I agree. I'm no "audiophile" but this sounded a bit either "muffled" or "muddy" to these ears. This is particularily noticable in the later part of the album starting with "One Tree Hill"....
I actually like the original copy I have that I bought in...
Nov 7, 2009 by Mr. x | See all 5 posts
Not wide screen? SHOCKING! Why didn't they use a wide screen HD camera? oh wait this show is 20 years old.
Honestly, I can't understand why anyone would expect a show that was shot for 4:3 TV to have 16:9 format.
Likewise, there's not much point in going to 5.1, since they are unlikely to be... Read More
Nov 20, 2007 by Music Fan | See all 9 posts
As I mentioned in my review, yes, this error has been fixed.
Nov 26, 2007 by El Grande | See all 5 posts
|the us version of the DVD is NTSC||
It has to be or it won't play on a US television. By definition, NTSC is all DVDs released in the US and Japan.
Feb 10, 2008 by K. Joe-Yen | See all 2 posts
|this is overpriced||
It absolutely is overpriced, and it will sell, and we will see more of these next year at this time. This has been the plan for a while in the industry, I read about it a couple years ago - a three-tiered pricing structure with a low-cost, stripped down version, a mid-priced, slightly more... Read More
Nov 17, 2007 by Personal Robot | See all 9 posts