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Odyssey full lenght on vinyl?

Discussion in 'Dan Swanö' started by vicrecords, Aug 28, 2010.

  1. vicrecords

    vicrecords vic records

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    anyone out there who will be interested in the upcoming Odyssey album on vinyl??

    We LOVE vinyl, but it's expensive...when there is a serious demand we wil press the 10 tracks on LP.
     
  2. Tumn

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    Press like 10 of them and I want one!
     
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    nacho220 DJ / musician / promotion

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    I'd get one!
     
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    Nefilim Rotten undead buccaneer

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    Depends on the cost, but since I got Spotify I never buy CD's anymore. I still buy vinyls though because i prefer them as a physical product.

    So yeah, a vinyl would be cool, as long as it's not overly expensive.
     
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    I'd buy one as well!
     
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    If u can send one to Mexico City! then count me in!
     
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    Beesson6606 In the Twilight World

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    Despite my horrid swano fanboy-ism, a vinyl is probably a bit too expensive right now. I'd pay up to about 25, but that's being pretty optimistic I think.
     
  10. marko kutberg

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    Sure, count me in! :)

    Vinyl all the way!
     
  11. Lord K

    Lord K Busy pissing on you

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    Vinly is soooo 80's.
     
  12. marko kutberg

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    What? Vinyl is the coolest thing ever. And if its done properly, it sounds 100times better than a CD.

    And they look fantastic too, I was just browsing some Mastodon vinyls:
    http://mastocave.46.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=19

    :drool:
     
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    Vinyls with pictures sound bad unless the technique of making vinyls has gotten better. My friend had a new In Flames vinyl with a picture and there was quite a lot rasping sound.

    But vinyls sound better than cds. Same friend had "normal" vinyls and they sounded great :). Too bad they are expensive, good players are expensive and you have to take a good care of vinyls if you want them to last (comparing to cds)...
     
  14. marko kutberg

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    Well, all picture disks sound not so good because of obvious reasons (the vinyl is painted over - paint is in the grooves). Although I cant imagine any new In Flames record sounding good on vinyl, because their latest records are brickwalled as hell (unless they make a different master for the vinyl).

    Anyway, I`d imagine there are couple of hundred fans in Finland alone to buy Dan Swano vinyl :) I`ve been trying to get Purgatory Afterglow on vinyl for a year and a half, but still havent had any luck. Dan Swano vinyl is hard to come buy because it is all sold out.
     
  15. Cheiron

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    It's all in your head.

    And it costs far more in equipment to make vinyl sound good than a CD.
     
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    It's a matter of preference in sound, but you certainly can't latch onto a technical argument as to why vinyl is better quality than cd.

    Give this a read:
    http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-...blog/4033468/Audio-myth-Vinyl-better-than-CD-
     
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    So, whats the decision on this? Thanks for the answer? :)
     
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    Heads up: I got promising reply via e-mail from vicrecords today. Hopefully everything goes okay and we will see a vinyl release :)
     

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