Songs From The Big Chair [6 CD/DVD Audio/DVD][Super Deluxe]
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Tears for Fears' biggest-selling album, Songs from the Big Chair is now available in its most spectacular format. This six disc edition of the album includes newly remastered versions of classics songs like 'Everybody Wants To Rule the World,' 'Mother's Talk,' 'Shout' and 'Head over Heels,' plus a multitude of remixes and B-sides, plus a disc of nine previously unreleased tracks and a 5.1 surround sound version of the album mixed by renowned musician and audio engineer Steven Wilson. Tears for Fears' phenomenal 10-million-selling second album marked a transition in the band's sound and catapulted them into international prominence and this set is a must for fans of the band and music in general.
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The three tracks I bought this for, "Shout", "Everybody Wants To Rule The World", and "Head Over Heels" all sparkle in 5.1. Universal's "Pure Audio" Blu-ray Audio releases are excellent, but they really have to pay more attention to those of us clamoring for more music in surround, especially where the masters exist in that format. I'm definitely in favor of disc-based, high resolution music. I'm not a fan of downloads. So, powers that be at Universal, please give us more Pure Audio with 5.1. I'll grovel if I need to.
This review is for Bluray version. It comes with a downloadable code which is no better than my 80's cd - very disappointing. the DTS-HD MA version though is well mastered. Good use of surround sound channels only when needed. It is not has "hot" as the other versions on the disc.. I plan to buy more Bluray albums. I am tired of all the albums being produced these days where treble and loudness seems to be the norm. Thats why I stick to older/better recorded vinyl or XRCD pressings of albums.
I was a huge fan of "the hurting" and hoped it may have gotten this treatment.