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Cheeeek that out dude. Lead RIFFs:. Bad selection. Save Cancel. It is just a digital labelling error, unless there was some subtle mixing done to fix a damaged master tape or glitch. Hi Phil.
I suspect those mixes are really the work in progress versions on the two CD deluxe edition of Steeltown. But it would be lovely to find they are new unheard remixes. Wishful thinking! Nice compilation for starters. I liked their concert in Deinze in during the Futurama Festival.
I saw them live in , and as others have said, they were a great live band. The Turbitt mix has an unmistakable gloss but seems a bit muddier. Paul,we set you a journalistic challenge to ascertain whether the original mix of The Seer will ever see the light of day?
And interestingly why it hasnt come out to date, given the band is very collectable. But never say never! Do you think that is the best way to go as far as value is concerned?
Prices are not that much different. Can anyone confirm a CD that does actually have the correct single mix? Speaking of alternate mixes, anyone know about the mixes of the Steeltown tracks on this compilation? I was hoping for a disc of 12 inch mixes. Was released standalone years ago, but never reissued, not on streaming and very expensive on CD from second hand sellers. Great set nevertheless. This is where I do not understand record companies.
On the face of it, an interesting 46 track collection; only problem is, Universal released a Big Country 3CD set called Wonderland — The Essential, in featuring 47 tracks admittedly with a different track listing from this set. And even if the record company failed to spot any similarity in the title, then what are the Big Country management team doing?
Perhaps what is needed is an online petition to embarrass Jeff Bezos into ending this embargo. I had been looking for a collection that would include that song along with the Kate Bush song. Oh well…. It is the only compilation that covers their entire career. I really appreciate it!
Plenty of rewards indeed! Funny how times change…back in the early 80s it seemed like a three horse race with Big Country, U2 and The Alarm in the frame and BC were always a great gig, too many check shirts perhaps but always a great gig!
Otherwise, the Thin Lizzy set with fifty tracks for a fiver is obscene value for money!From the album "The Crossing" released in by Mercury Records.