Genesis And Then There Were Three US Target CD

Discussion in 'Third Party Sales & Auctions' started by mfidelity, Jan 24, 2016.

  1. mfidelity

    mfidelity Well-Known Member Thread Starter

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  2. mscoll

    mscoll Forum Resident

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    That was the US PDO Target and not the West German as mentioned in the auction title. The USA Targets are scarce and can fetch high prices.
     
  3. mfidelity

    mfidelity Well-Known Member Thread Starter

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    I'm glad a forum member got it.
     
  4. theanalogkidsignals

    theanalogkidsignals Well-Known Member

    I just picked one of these up yesterday for $7.00, along with a target of Peter Gabriel (1982). The PG target is head and shoulders above the domestic US Geffen release, but I really don't hear anything too special going on with the Genesis disc, though I have nothing to compare it to. I don't think the production is quite up to snuff on that one.
     
  5. Dave

    Dave Esoteric Audio Research Specialistâ„¢

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    :agree: I'm not surprised. This is why I keep the Japan 32VD pressing close to my heart. It's not entirely the production, but it is extremely hard to get a good sounding pressing.
     
  6. theanalogkidsignals

    theanalogkidsignals Well-Known Member

    I wouldn't call it bad, I'd say the target's just a bit thin sounding. It's not butchered, but I'll have to check out that Japanese pressing. Those middle career Genesis albums I've only heard a few times each, (Trick of the Tail Wind & Wuthering, Seconds Out, this one) but I'm very familiar with all their Gabriel material and everything from Duke-Invisible Touch. I'm not touching We Can't Dance.
     

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