Poll: U.S. or U.K. version of Aftermath

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by John Fell, Jan 29, 2014.

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U.S. or U.K. version of Aftermath

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  1. U.S. version

    31.8%
  2. U.K. version

    68.2%
  1. Revolver0001

    Revolver0001 Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Canada
    UK!!! I need those extra tracks that aren't on the US version. I can hear Paint It Black in other places...
     
  2. Leonard Gomez

    Leonard Gomez Member

    Location:
    Kirkland, WA
    I had a nice sounding German stereo LP that I recently got rid of. I wanna get a UK mono at some point
     
  3. Yes, I like it especially because it sums up my feelings about the U.S. version of the album....:D
     
  4. John Fell

    John Fell Forum Survivor

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  5. Rose River Bear

    Rose River Bear Forum Resident

    This thread is making me order the UK version from HD tracks to compare to the US version I have.
     
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  6. Scopitone

    Scopitone Got on the Bus

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    See? I'm not the only person who changes his mind thanks to these ****-ing Stones threads. . .
     
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  7. Chuckee

    Chuckee Forum Resident

    Location:
    Upstate, NY, USA
    I voted UK, like them about equally but since the UK is longer, I'll go with that. May have been stretching things in the days of LPs though.
     
  8. John Fell

    John Fell Forum Survivor

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  9. alexpop

    alexpop Power pop + other bad habits....

    Location:
    Europa
    14 trks vs 11 trks. A no brainier.:)
     
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  10. John Fell

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  11. PNeski@aol.com

    PNeski@aol.com Forum Resident

    Location:
    New York
    UK easily wins
     
  12. Tristero

    Tristero Forum Resident

    So how about the whole mono vs. stereo question here? As always, I like the additional clarity that stereo brings to the instrumentation, but the mono mix has considerably more bite. An expanded deluxe edition for Aftermath is long overdue. They really need to have something along the lines of what they did for the Kinks klassics--include both stereo and mono, along with the various singles, b-sides and outtakes from the period. Maybe then more people would recognize Aftermath for the game changer that it was in '66.
     
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  13. John Fell

    John Fell Forum Survivor

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    A+++ Post. Aftermath Deluxe Edition :edthumbs: I burned my own copy with the single a & b sides and session tracks from the Flowers LP. I would also like the mono & stereo versions + outtakes.
     
  14. Linto

    Linto Forum Resident

    Location:
    Kent, England
    It really should be called the English version, not UK! :)
     
  15. privit1

    privit1 Well-Known Member

    Location:
    UK Swindon
    I would go with British Version.
     
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  16. Linto

    Linto Forum Resident

    Location:
    Kent, England
    The back of the UK just says "Decca London" and
    the fact that it was printed in England

    The disc itself (on a red mono) says Made in England.

    So I stand uncorrected!
     
  17. cc--

    cc-- Forum Resident

    Location:
    brooklyn
    the problem for me with "Going Home" as the closer is that one is tempted to say "I'm done" and stop listening. When it's the Side 1 closer, in the middle of the album, there's more of an impetus to sit through the whole thing before flipping the record (or going on to the next track).
     
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  18. Scopitone

    Scopitone Got on the Bus

    Location:
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    And there's so much good stuff to play on side 2. And then you get to flip it back over (or push play) and start again with "Mother's".

    The gift that keeps on giving, is the UK Aftermath.
     
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  19. John Fell

    John Fell Forum Survivor

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  20. ReadySteady

    ReadySteady Forum Resident

    That's the whole point of putting it last. I'm rarely in the mood to listen to that one, and I'll bet I'm in the majority on that one.

    At least Love were nice enough to put "Revelation" on side 2 of Da Capo all by itself. Can you imagine if it were track 3? Pandemonium would ensue! :laugh:
     
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  21. Clanceman

    Clanceman Forum Resident

    Location:
    Portland, Or
    I voted U.S. because it's what I grew up with. It's like a familiar blanket.

    However, I sure love the sound of the old "London" cd of the U.K. version.
     
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  22. Doctor Jimmy

    Doctor Jimmy Well-Known Member

    UK.
    Mother's Little Helper is better opener.
     
  23. Emberglow

    Emberglow Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Waterford, Ireland
    I prefer the UK version but I bought both ABKCO SACDs
     
  24. Scotsman

    Scotsman Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Jedburgh Scotland
    I am unaware that there was a different version of the album in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland, which, along with England, make up the United Kingdom. And, I have no doubt that record stores on Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man, which are neither part of the U.K. or, indeed, the European Union stocked the "Made in England" version. I prefer the U.K. album, BTW, because I grew up with it.
     
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  25. Linto

    Linto Forum Resident

    Location:
    Kent, England
    So for you that's an import then :)
     

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