Post by aaa-appreciator on Jan 3, 2018 22:49:55 GMT
Crispi has this to say of the recent David Bowie boset “scandal”:
“I’m so happy I didn’t spend much time with the flawed version when it came out. Only listened to the affected portion two or three times. Thankfully, I’ve already forgotten where it was. Now, those of you who have spent hours with this trying to figure out what was going on, that may turn out to have been a huge sacrifice in the end, since I think many of you won’t be able to un-hear the “loss of energy” anymore. It will forever remain ingrained.”
Did you get that? Forever. Luckily not for Crispi as he only bought it to keep on a shelf and honestly (but truthfully?) can’t even remember what the issue was. How much money do these people have to waste on admittedly damaged products that they just collect?
The world's most unbearable whiny screech invariably utters phrases such as "The mix I grew up with...."
The 45 sounded nothing like the album. The bass was pumped. The channels narrowed. Not as dry as the album, a lot more reverb on the vocals. The handclaps seemed more muted. And the editing was perfect. Cut out all the excessiveness. Sometimes those mastering fellas knew better than the artist!
Don't believe me? Here is a youtube video of someone playing the 45 on their turntable. Even through the digital recording that they filmed it via, plus the inevitable youtube compression, you can still feel the warmth.
Ask any musician/band about STeVE. Many of them would answer: Who the hell are them?