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post #61 of 64
On my first listen is was sort of meh... Nothing really jumped out and grabbed me... I'll have to listen to in a different setting as the first listen was on the way to work last week.

Sounded like a collection of "B" sides but I probably judge to harsh on first impression.

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post #62 of 64
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Originally Posted by pbthal View Post

Not to toot my own horn but I think my Sabbath rips top anything out there...check my site

whats the adress to your site?

post #63 of 64
Gotta say I've got all the vinyl the Black Box and the SHM-SACD's but the the SHM-SACD's stop at SBS I love the way the SHM's sound but that's just me I also love the Rhino vinyl as well
Edited by JeffR714 - 4/19/14 at 12:18pm
post #64 of 64
Hi everyone- thanks for the useful info on this thread.

I attended Sabbaths The End tour in Sydney Australia on the 23 April 2016.

I purchased The End CD - ripped it to my hard drive & analysed its dynamic range with JRiver Media Player (V20).

Every song is 4 Rick Rubin has butchered these recordings beyond belief - buyer beware...

The concert sound was awful- I guess the bonehead who did the sound check said lets deafen everyone. My friend measured sound from about 60-80 meters from speakers 101db. We used ear plugs designed for concerts thank god.

Big shame as Tony & Geezer & new drummer looked in excellent form. Ozzy struggled but did excellent golem impressions!
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