which is the best edition of each album Paul McCartney?

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  1. lapepalz

    lapepalz Active Member Thread Starter

    which is the best edition of each album Paul McCartney?
     
  2. ZippyPippy

    ZippyPippy Forum Resident

    The Sri Lankan shellac 16 rpm versions
     
  3. Raving Russell

    Raving Russell Forum Resident

    Good thread. I originally bought some CD issues from the Paul McCartney Collection series with the white inlay and the original album cover in miniature (released in 1993, I believe). They are OK but when I had the chance to compare with an original 1980's CD in the case of Venus and Mars, I preferred this earlier version. It "breathes" more easily. It seems to have a better dynamic range. I then replaced copies of WATSOS, RAM and Tug of War. In each case preferring the original. I aim to replace all. I have heard that the Paul McCartney archive series is good too but don't own any to compare.
     
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  4. videoman

    videoman Forum Resident

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  5. Hamhead

    Hamhead Sinatra promo specialist

    I really like the DCC discs, especially Ram, Band On The Run, and McCartney.
    They're a improvement over the original discs as of dynamics and sound.
     
  6. applebonkerz

    applebonkerz Forum Resident

    I tend to lean toward the DCC versions overall as well, then all of the unlimited hi-res remaster files that have been released that way, then the "Fame" series that don't have an unlimited hi-res version yet... and whatever for all the rest because I rarely listen to them anyway. :shh:
     
  7. O Don Piano

    O Don Piano Forum Resident

    It's hard to tell lately.
     
  8. alexpop

    alexpop Power pop + other bad habits....

    Ram?
    DCC Gold Cd.
     

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