Black Sabbath Deluxe Editions out 6/29/09

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  1. Cousin It

    Cousin It Forum Resident Thread Starter

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  2. Holy Diver

    Holy Diver Forum Resident

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    I used to love new releases, but now I am afraid, very afraid. lol
     
  3. steveharris

    steveharris Forum Resident

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    I liked the Paranoid Deluxe,very good as for modern remasters,although I admit I don`t have the original vinyl or preffered digital mastering to compare to.I like the outtake cd for the ozzy-less tunes,I`m looking forward to hearing BS & MOR and the outtakes.Anyone know if more remasters are in the works?
     
  4. erniebert

    erniebert Shoe-string audiophile

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    Yet another mastering of the catalogue?

    If it's so easy to lease these tapes, why doesn't Audio Fidelity get a hold of them and make a mint?
     
  5. yesstiles

    yesstiles Forum Resident

    Wow. Only US$15.
     
  6. jsayers

    jsayers Just Drifting....

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    Judging from the last one, I say "meh". Unless you are a 5.1 surround sound fan, anyway. The bonus cd of the last one was a snooze-fest.
    Still, I'll be positive and wait until I see what they come up with, as these are my fave BS albums.

    I REALLY need to get surround sound, I know!
     
  7. Brian81

    Brian81 Active Member

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    Thanks. Price dropped. I ended up ordering these three Sab DEs and the "Stormbringer" remaster w/ the quad mix. After shipping, it still came out to $80US for the four. Ouch...but I guess it could be much worse. I wonder if the Sab ones will end up being domestic releases...heck, all of them.
     
  8. Wow, these are maybe my two favorite Black Sabbath albums. I love the bluesy sound of the debut an MOR is just a masterpiece with its dark sound.

    Hopefully the mastering will be good. I haven't heard the new Paranoid deluxe edition, but judging by some posts on this forum, the mastering is at least decent.
     
  9. Claus

    Claus Eating is a need, enjoying is an art.

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    are you kidding ;) it's one of the best pressings!
     
  10. OE3

    OE3 Forum Resident

    This is only the second remastering of the catalog outside of the US (not including Japan). Orig. Castle CD's > Castle 1996 remasters > Sanctuary/Universal 2009 remasters. In US, orig. WB CD's > Rhino 2002 remasters. There are also the Creative Sounds Ltd. gray label jobs. PS. It is most definitely not 'easy to lease these tapes'! Trust me.
     
  11. Platterpus

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    I'd like the first album, since it is my favorite of theirs.

    Anthony
     
  12. agentalbert

    agentalbert Forum Resident

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    What about the Castle Legends series, from 1991 I think?
     
  13. motorcitydave

    motorcitydave Enlightened Rogue In Memoriam

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    You should know since you worked for Ozzy.
     
  14. I know how you feel. On many occasions I would drop a sawbuck and a half or more picking up a new release/re-release with their great packaging and artwork. Then usually when listening to it I could not understand what all the fuss was about, as most sounded like crap at higher volumes. After visiting the Hydrogen site a bunch of times I understood why. Anyhow as I'm sure most of you on this forum know, every album is a case by case basis with neither older or newer definitively equaling better. Now my goal is just to get a CD which has good sound without having to throw down a pile of green.
     
  15. krlpuretone

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  16. jason100x

    jason100x Forum Resident

    I have this book too. Excellent read!
     
  17. peteham

    peteham Forum Resident

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  18. erniebert

    erniebert Shoe-string audiophile

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    Looks like everyone's had a shot at them, eh?

    If Rhino can lease them, AF sure can.
     
  19. Chris M

    Chris M Senior Member

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    How did you come up with that?
     
  20. Javimulder

    Javimulder New Member

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    I've had these two on pre-order on Amazon UK since sometime in April... They were last scheduled to come out on June 1st, but they've been delayed again...
     
  21. DetroitDoomsayer

    DetroitDoomsayer Forum Middle Child

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    Wouldn't the fact that Warner Bros. is the U.S. label for the Black Sabbath catalog mean that Rhino didn't have to lease them, because Warners/Rhino already owns them. :confused:
     
  22. krlpuretone

    krlpuretone Forum Resident

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    Yeah Rhino is a wholly-owned WMG subsidiary.
     
  23. trevaaar

    trevaaar Forum Resident

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    Rhino's remasters were done from the tapes Warner has, these are being done from the ones Sanctuary has which are a lower generation.
     

  24. What was the lowest price for these on amazon.co.uk up until now?
     
  25. Javimulder

    Javimulder New Member

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    It's been going down... I pre-ordered them at 16 quid each, then they went down to 13 and, as of today, they're at 10 each... which I think it's pretty good value...
     
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