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9 thoughts on “ Favorite Pop Rock - The Kleptones - Sound Bites For Audiophiles (CDr)

  1. Aug 07,  · Explore releases from The Kleptones at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Kleptones at the Discogs Marketplace.
  2. Nov 17,  · And I used to think our annual "Records To Die For" issue was difficult. Whew! When it came down to choosing the 40 most influential rock/pop, jazz, and classical records of the past 40 years, during which this magazine has been the most honest and enjoyable source of high-end audio journalism, my initial list contained more than choices.
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  4. Mar 13,  · I know that our host doesn't like half speed masters but I've got 3 supertramp half speed LPs (from A&M in Canada) that sound amazing. And if you like Dire Straits debut, the Vertigo 1/2 speed master sounds mighty fine too. One of my favorite albums is Amboy Dukes Marriage On The Rocks. 10 out of 10 for for music and sound quality.
  5. Feb 08,  · BEST SONGS AUDIOPHILE COLLECTION - High-End Audiophile Test - Audiophile Music - NbR Music DONATE ME PLEASE, THUMBS UP & SUBSCRIBE!
  6. Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about Sound Bites From The Counter Culture at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection.
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  8. Oct 11,  · 9 recommended songs for audiophiles! Audiophile music! October 11, / Scott. Rock. In This River - Black Label Society (live) For the true effect of this genre its best to go to a concert/gig only then will you realise why its called electro body music, the copious sub-bass will literally move your body.
  9. Jul 27,  · Live recordings, particularly in the rock genre, present several challenges: the acoustic environments of arenas, the inevitable re-recording of certain tracks, the conflicting demands of live sound levels and the finished product, the inability to reproduce the audience connection, etc.

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