2112 40th Anniversary
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Audio CD, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered, May 6, 1997
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I love this and recommend it most highly. I'd buy it again in a heartbeat knowing what I know now.
I sincerely hope that this idea of taking a classic album and putting it back out in this kind of format catches on and that we'll start seeing more of this sort of thing. I'll want to buy them all! That said, Rush's "2112" is not my personal favorite Rush album. That honor goes to "Farewell to Kings". I'll be holding my breath until they release that one in a similar manner; storyboard, remastering, and in surround sound. I'll be one of the very first to purchase it if released! :)
This one is made in 5.1, whichs is a veru good mix, not amazing, but good, its involving, but its not as adventourous as it might have been, or as I may have liked really.
Just as the band says, they didnt want to alter the mix, they just wanted to upgrade the soundfield and that they achieved.
Like a friend that is also into multichannel music says: "Live is not in stereo, so why the F#%& should music be in stereo"
Music is a great experience and feeling being in the middle of it is something you have to try. I wish there was more and more music, specially modern music, made in multichannel, but I guess the market is still too small (although you can see more and more bands going 5.1, but usually its older bands remixing theri old albums)