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Bob Seger's Live Bullet

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by John Carsell, Feb 25, 2002.

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  1. John Carsell

    John Carsell Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Northwest Illinois
    Listening to this one (the remaster in the mini lp sleeve) is downright painful I tell ya.

    Waaaay too much high end there.

    The original CD was not real a sonic gem by any stretch of the imagination but this one really sucks.

    Sounds like this one was mastered by the same engineer who did the MFSL Heart(s/t).

    This one is really beggin' for Steve's time and talent!
  2. Pat

    Pat Forum Detective

    Tampa, FL

    I got Live Bullet and Fly Like An Eagle in mini lp packaging (for DIRT CHEAP); sealed cut-outs not too long ago. These are really B-A-D sounding. Such a let down. Both sound terribly no-noised and lifeless. Even if they were FREE they wouldn't be worth it!

    If you can't dazzle 'em with sonics, then re-package them and slap a Re-Mastered sticker on the sucker! :rolleyes:
  3. Andy

    Andy New Member

    But, you did get the cute mini LP sleeve. :D
  4. Kayaker

    Kayaker Senior Member

    New Joisey Now
    I also got this as a cut-out. It was an improvement over the previous version and I made a mental note at the time of it being good. This thread prompted me to pull it out again to listen to it. I was wrong, it is very bad. Drums muted and all over the rear (way left to way right). No depth to soundstage. Distortions on the instruments. I will only play this in the car/portable player.
    All those mini-LP CD's were not all bad. The Roxy Music Avalon in HDCD sounds incredible. It is a cut-out on www.musicforsong.com.
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