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Agree that this goes back to older style somewhat, but that was really more psychedelic and alternative, while this album is very whiny and is emotionally, a total buzz-kill :(... Read morePublished 10 months ago by JindraMojo
This brief review is all about the fidelity of this gem of an SACD. Most all of you reading this already know how special this album is - perhaps PG's greatest achievement. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Good Judge
As I have mentioned previously in my review of the “Us” album, pretty much everything that Peter Gabriel did after the peak in his commercial success with the “So” album went more... Read morePublished 12 months ago by The Terminator
For years I've had the SO album, what a classic. I've been meaning to buy UP for a couple of years now and finally gotten around to it this month. WOW, I love it. Read morePublished 12 months ago by New Life Style
the remastered sound is great! peter sounds right with you. great bottom end and the music is very dynamic. highly recommended!Published 17 months ago by greg
This album is a bit darker than So,
but still very good.
SACD's surround mix is sometimes too heavy, sometimes very good.
Peter's music makes me think cry because he inspires me so much. How could anyone not see this? Well anyone that does not like Peter.Published 23 months ago by Desiree O'connell
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|Peter Gabriel's third album is his best||
I agree that his third album is his best work, one of the best albums ever made in fact, but his first, Us, and Up are also quite stunning in their own right. In fact all of Peter's albums are quite good actually, except for Security and So in my mind which have only one or two great songs on... Read More
Jan 21, 2015 by Mary A. Truxton | See all 2 posts
|Burn You Up, Burn You Down?||
I don't think it was ever on Up. It was released as a new track for the compilation Hit and also eventually on the international collaboration albm Big Blue Ball.
Jan 9, 2013 by John M. Kertis | See all 4 posts