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Don't forget the band from Newfoundland, playing 'pop/rock music' with a very nice Irish folk twist, I love their record 'Something Beautiful' (2004). The Song 'John Barbour' is exceptional...   Great Big Sea From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   Great Big Sea was a Canadian folk rock band from Newfoundland and Labrador, best known for performing energetic rock interpretations of traditional Newfoundland folk songs including sea shanties, which draw from the...
While exploring this band, I very much underestimated Beat, but also Thrak. I'm very curious on what Wilson has done with songs like Heartbeat.   Yeah I remember, so no real love for Thrak? I really love that record, would definitely make my KC top 10.   I also remember something about reading your comments on the Larks' deluxe boxset. Did you ever get any of the others in deluxe? Starless, Road to Red f.e.
Furthermore, the 11th and 12th release are coming and will be out on 14-21 october 2016!   11. Beat   The eleventh release in King Crimson's superlative 40th Anniversary series. Featuring 2016 stereo and 5.1 surround mixes (by Steven Wilson and Robert Fripp), Sid Smith sleeve notes and extra tracks, this is a definitive edition of King Crimson's classic 1982 studio release. --------- * Mixed for 5.1 Surround Sound from the original studio masters by Steven Wilson...
So, reviving this thread a bit, to make it complete again.   The 40th anniversary outputs kept on going on the last few years, bringing us 24 bit and 5.1 / 4.0 versions of 'Thrak' and 'Live USA'    For now, we have 10 releases (in order of remaster release dates):   1. In the Court of the Crimson King   2. Lizard   3. Red   4. In the Wake of Poseidon   5. Islands   6. Starless and Bible Black   7. Discipline   8. Larks' Tongues and...
Steely Dan - Gaucho SACD (probably the best SACD I have, dynamics, quality lows) Eagles - Greatest Hits DCC gold (Take it Easy is great for mids testing) Nils Lofgren - Acoustic live ('You' f.e.) Dream Theater - Awake (6.00) Fleetwood Mac - Rumours (Second hand news, Go your own way) Symphony X - Underworld (Without you) Allan Taylor - Hotels and Dreamers (The Beat Hotel) Porcupine Tree - In Absentia (Blackest Eyes, Trains) / Fear for a Blank Planet...
comparing some lagers and an ale  
Many would say GS1000 is the bass master from Grado if I remember correctly (has been some time since I used en tested headphones)   I'm not a fan of GS1000 but many are
Bass is not overly present imo, but if you like emphasis on bass, Grado's not the brand to go with.   But I think RS en SR225 models DO have enough bass, but they're not D7000's either.   RS1 is a pair of cans I feel is very well balanced in lows mids highs, suitable for metal tot prog to jazz
 think I had them all three, all above average to my taste, if I remember correctly, I enjoyed the porter most. Couple of years ago.Hmmm, will pick them up again when at the local beershop, good idea, thanks!
 That's one of the US beers I can get in my shop hier locally; bought it several times. They also make a very decent porter if I remember correctly.
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