DCC Archive Beach Boys question for Steve

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Mal, Oct 30, 2001.

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  1. Steve Hoffman

    Steve Hoffman Your host Your Host

    Reopened by request.
     
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  2. Michael

    Michael I LOVE WIDE S-T-E-R-E-O!

    nearly 19 years ago! WOW! where did the time go?
     
  3. Jimi Bat

    Jimi Bat Forum Resident

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    Are any of the mixes on the Razor and Tie compilation singles mixes or are they all album mixes? Thanks.
     
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  4. Carl Swanson

    Carl Swanson Forum Resident

    Down the cosmic crapper.
     
  5. Michael

    Michael I LOVE WIDE S-T-E-R-E-O!

    I prefer cosmic dust!
     
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  6. ggggreenisaac

    ggggreenisaac Aspiring Audiophile

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    I wish there were some reissue of the Razor & Tie Greatest Hits CD, it's as if they've all vanished :cry:
     
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  7. dzjc

    dzjc Forum Resident

    I apologize but I couldn't find an FAQ, but a couple of questions. What is DCC? And on CC Music, how can I tell if a CD is DCC?
     
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  8. Dougthesnail

    Dougthesnail The Big Gabagool

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    DCC Compact Classics
     
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  9. Crimson Witch

    Crimson Witch painting the universal plastically perceptible

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    Three CD-DCC copies of Beach Boys Lost &Found 1961-1962 currently for sale on Discogs. All listed as "near mint" but one seller is asking eleven dollars and another is asking $70.00. :sigh:

    Seems the real "catch" however is Pet Sounds, which fetches upward of $150.00 for a near mint copy, higher for mint.
     
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  10. Bonn1770

    Bonn1770 New Member

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    "No stereo mix, no more wide soundstage, and things got murkier and murkier with the number of dub downs and things."
    Pete Townshend also criticized "Good Vibrations" for its over production as well: "'Good Vibrations' was probably a good record but who's to know? You had to play it about 90 bloody times to even hear what they were singing about."
     
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