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  1. https://www.neptunepinkfloyd.co.uk/got-my-hands-on-pink-floyd-later-years-box-set-see-photos?utm_source=phplist400&utm_medium=email&utm_content=HTML&utm_campaign=Pink+Floyd+Newsletter
  2. Ahh chuta, entonces no debe ser LED (nunca me han gustado las LCD)
  3. Sí, había pensado eso El problema es que todas las TV de 28 son del año del huevo, y no tienen HDMI
  4. En realidad no es para mí, es para mi hermano. Lo máximo máximo de espacio sería 32". Le pregunté 40 no cabe nica
  5. Hola amigos! Tal como dice el título Compro TV de 28 pulgadas. HDMI y ojalá HD: Por espacio no puede ser una más grande. Desgraciadamente hoy por hoy todas las que venden son como de 100 pulgadas para arriba Me interesa también que tenga buen sonido. Muchas TV tienen de hoy tienen imagen maravillosa, pero un "sonido" completamente anémico, delgado y sin bajos Cualquier cosa MP, o a mi celu 981519403 Soy de Viña
  6. https://store.udiscovermusic.com/*/*/Final-Tour-1968-4CD-Boxset-Exclusive-Print/6BY30000000?utm_campaign=CreamTBC20191129&utm_content=UMGUK14682-694114&utm_medium=email&utm_source=email&utm_umguk=cream.lnk.to%2FGoodbyeTourLive68UM%3Fvvsa_consumer_id%3D1659661%26vvsa_tracking%3D_vvsa_n8COUpCl325936 UMC is delighted to announce a special edition of Cream’s album Goodbye, ‘Goodbye Tour – Live 1968’ for release in early 2020. This is the first authorised release of these four historic complete 1968 concerts. Each concert features previously unreleased tracks and the Royal Albert Hall show hasn’t featured on CD until now. Having decided to call it quits whilst on tour in the US during May 1968 by way of a farewell Cream agreed to undertake more live shows, predominantly in the US later that same year plus 2 final UK dates at the Royal Albert Hall that November. Originally released in Feb 1969, Goodbye originally mixed live performances from those last tour dates with a handful of studio recordings and rose to the UK no.1 slot and no.2 on the US Billboard. Goodbye Tour – Live 1968, as the name suggests expands the recordings from the 3-piece powerhouse’s last tour. This historic collection was produced by Bill Levenson. The Oakland Coliseum, Los Angeles Forum and San Diego Sports Arena concerts were mastered from the original 1968 analog mix reels by Kevin Reeves at Universal Mastering, Nashville, TN. The Royal Albert Hall concert was mastered from the original 1968 analog transfer reels by Jason NeSmith at Chase Park Transduction, Athens, GA. The set features 36 tracks of which 29 are issued for the first time.
  7. Vamos amigos! Quién dijo yo Se pueden vender por separado los monitores activos, y enviar sin problemas por Tur Bus (Starken)
  8. Primer tema del box set que no me gusta Mi canción favorita del 'A Momentary Lapse of Reason' arruinada por un pobre remix. Reemplazaron la toma original de voz de Gilmour por una en vivo. El bajo y la batería están también regrabadas. La batería original era mucho mejor y más poderosa, si bien no estaba tocada por Nick Mason. Irónicamente, el sonido 80s de la producción y en especial de la batería añadía mucho espacio al campo sonoro y al feeling de la canción. Ahora todo eso se perdió. Parece casi como un demo. No me gustó para nada el remix
  9. The much anticipated deluxe edition of Porcupine Tree's iconic 2002 album 'In Absentia' will be released on 21st February. Pre-order here: https://porcupinetree.lnk.to/inabsentiadlx It's a 3CD/Blu-ray set featuring remastered stereo and 5.1 surround sound mixes, additional studio recordings, a disc of unreleased demos and a new feature length Lasse Hoile directed documentary, plus 100-page hardback book with exclusive content including photography by Lasse Hoile, Carl Glover (Aleph Studio), Richard Barbieri and John Blackford from the recording sessions, subsequent tour and more, extensive biographical liner notes and track-by-track commentary by Stephen Humphries, artwork drafts, and handwritten notes and lyrics. ———— In Absentia was Porcupine Tree’s seventh studio album, first released in 2002, the first in a run of three albums that for many represent the pinnacle of the band's artistic achievements. Not many albums can claim to have created a new genre, but with its fusion of metal, progressive rock, ambient textures, and acoustic singer-songwriter styled material, it became a blueprint for a generation of bands to come. It also represented a commercial breakthrough for the band, eventually going on to sell three times more than the band’s previous releases. In Absentia features many of Porcupine Tree’s most beloved songs, including Trains, The Sound of Muzak and Blackest Eyes. While not a formal concept album, many of the songs have common themes related to serial killers, youthful innocence gone wrong, and observations of the modern world, setting a template for many of songwriter Steven Wilson's future songs. This deluxe version of In Absentia provides an unrivalled insight into a seminal album. The first CD features Steven Wilson's 2017 remaster, which has considerably less compression and limiting for a more dynamic listening experience. The second CD includes all of the additional finished studio recordings the band made during the period. Collapse (intro), Drown With Me, Chloroform, and Meantime were all recorded during the album sessions in New York, while Futile and Orchidia come from the post-album promo-only Futile EP. Radio edits of Trains, Blackest Eyes and Strip the Soul are also included. The third CD comprises over 70 minutes of demos recorded at Wilson's home studio during the two years leading up to recording the album. Many of the selections differ from the final versions, with additional sections, alternate lyrics, and different arrangements. Also included are demos of three songs that were not subsequently recorded by the band, all released here for the first time: Imogen Slaughter, Watching You Sleep, and Enough. The Blu-ray features the new master of the original stereo mix, the 5.1 surround sound mix created in 2003 by legendary engineer Elliot Scheiner, plus the audio from the second CD, all in high resolution audio. It also boasts a new 109-minute feature length documentary film directed by Lasse Hoile, chronicling the making of the album with interviews and archive footage. CD 1 1. Blackest Eyes (2017 Remaster) [04:24] 2. Trains (2017 Remaster) [05:55] 3. Lips Of Ashes (2017 Remaster) [04:39] 4. The Sound Of Muzak (2017 Remaster) [04:58] 5. Gravity Eyelids (2017 Remaster) [07:56] 6. Wedding Nails (2017 Remaster) [06:33] 7. Prodigal (2017 Remaster) [05:33] 8. .3 (2017 Remaster) [05:25] 9. The Creator Has A Mastertape (2017 Remaster) [05:14] 10. Heartattack In A Layby (2017 Remaster) [04:15] 11. Strip The Soul (2017 Remaster) [07:20] 12. Collapse The Light Into Earth (2017 Remaster) [05:49] CD 2 1. Collapse Intro [01:45] 2. Drown With Me [05:21] 3. Orchidia [03:27] 4. Chloroform [07:14] 5. Futile [06:06] 6. Meantime [03:17] 7. Blackest Eyes (radio edit) [03:38] 8. Trains (radio edit) [03:52] 9. Strip The Soul (video edit) [03:35] CD 3 1. Drown With Me (demo) [05:06] 2. Trains (demo) [06:05] 3. Imogen Slaughter (demo) [02:38] 4. Watching You Sleep (demo) [03:44] 5. The Creator Has A Mastertape (demo) [06:07] 6. Heartattack In A Layby (demo) [05:51] 7. Strip The Soul (demo) [15:19] 8. The Sound Of Muzak (demo) [05:32] 9. Gravity Eyelids (demo) [07:15] 10. Enough (demo) [03:45] 11. Wedding Nails (demo) [06:26] 12. Blackest Eyes (demo) [04:34] Blu-ray 1. The Making Of In Absentia (documentary film) [49:45] 2. Blackest Eyes (2017 Remaster 5.1 mix) [04:26] 3. Trains (2017 Remaster 5.1 mix) [05:57] 4. Lips Of Ashes (2017 Remaster 5.1 mix) [04:40] 5. The Sound Of Muzak (2017 Remaster 5.1 mix) [04:59] 6. Gravity Eyelids (2017 Remaster 5.1 mix) [07:56] 7. Wedding Nails (2017 Remaster 5.1 mix) [06:33] 8. Prodigal (2017 Remaster 5.1 mix) [05:33] 9. .3 (2017 Remaster 5.1 mix) [05:26] 10. The Creator Has A Mastertape (2017 Remaster 5.1 mix) [05:21] 11. Heartattack In A Layby (2017 Remaster 5.1 mix) [04:15] 12. Strip The Soul (2017 Remaster 5.1 mix) [07:22] 13. Collapse The Light Into Earth (2017 Remaster 5.1 mix) [05:52] 14. Drown With Me (5.1 mix) [05:21] 15. Chloroform (5.1 mix) [07:14] 16. Futile (5.1 mix) [06:03]
  10. Estrenándose ahora Mismo: Sorrow, de Delicate Sound of Thunder
  11. Recién estrenado 'Message In A Bottle' remasterizado en 4k