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post #391 of 397

Ohh I got one!


Metallica's $5.98/$9.98 Garage Days Revisited


Great dynamic range and explosive sound.

post #392 of 397

my opinion is the best soundings albums are Jens Bogren's recorsds:


Haken, Leprous, Headspace albums (and maybe etc,but i don't know his other records)



i always wondering how clear and good these album's sounds!!


i think these are the best!!

post #393 of 397

Nice to see there are others who know about Division by Zero,  Ne Obliviscaris or Gazpacho.

You have to try Affector - Harmaghedon , Amaseffer - Exodus - Slaves for Life , David Maxim Micic - Bilo 3.0 , Galahad - Empires Never Last Green , Carnation - Light Of Day, Day Of Darkness , Echo Trails - Ode to The Familiar Strangers

Edited by spitf1r3 - 4/23/15 at 12:47am
post #394 of 397

Best dynamic album:


Metallica - Metallica (1991)

Sounded great on the crappy low-end equipment I owned as a 16-year-old boy back in 1991 and still sounds great on all my headphones and speakers.


Best "hot" (post loudness war, low dynamic range) album :


Communic - The Bottom Deep (2011)

Very well balanced, very good production, no clipping. The song "Denial" for example has sub bass elements, the are awesome!

post #395 of 397

At this place I would like to say a huge cudos to Iced Earth:


They never went below a dynamic range of 6 min/8 average on all their studio CDs in 25 years.

post #396 of 397

Some of the best bands I had heared are within Audiotree Live sessions. I really advice everyone to go and give them a listen!

post #397 of 397

You can try 'Lost' by James Ferguson :) Relaxing vocals.

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