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#1
What are some albums that aren't of good sound quality that you'd like to see remastered ?, here's mine.

Soundgarden- UltraMega OK
Metallica- And Justice for All...
Motorhead- Motorhead
Motorhead- Overkill
Motorhead- Bomber
Misfits- most of there Danzig era stuff.
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#4
BTBAM's Silent Circus album. I can't even listen to it the way it is now.
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#6
Remixed as in "YO ISH YOUR BOI B-TOP REPPIN' THE SOUTH SIDE, REMIX TWO THOUSAND THIRTEEEEEEEEEEN!"?

EDIT: I'd love to see the Don't Close Your Eyes EP by Parkway Drive redone.


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#10
I've always wished Bleach (Nirvana's first album) could have been recorded, mixed and mastered better and with a better drummer than Chad Channing.
#12
While I like the lo-fi ambiance, it would be cool to have really nice recordings of Sonic Youth or Pixies or the Germs or Fugazi.
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#14
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Motorhead- Motorhead


In my opinion that is their best sounding album but since you mention Motorhead I think I have to say Orgasmatron. Supposedly it sounded a lot better just after it was recorded then they let the guy (producer/mixer/ whatever the name for that person is) take it back to America to mix/master it and he made a bit of a mess of it. Lemmy was not happy about how it sounded, especially as he is usually very involved at every stage with his music.

I have a Malmsteen album somewhere ( i can't remember off the top of my head which one) but I always thought the lead guitar was too quiet and in places was pretty much drowned out which to me seems to defeat the purpose of a guitar based album.
#15
The only ones I can really think of off the top of my head (mainly because I was listening to them before) would be Angel Vivaldi's first two albums. He really got screwed pretty bad on the production of them because a lot of people took advantage of him and he didn't have that much money to begin with. Considering how much DIY recording has improved in the last few years, I think it would be really awesome if Angel went back into the studio with a little more knowledge and cash and re-recorded all of his old stuff.
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#16
Oh and i'll add
Megadeth- Killing is my Business... And Business is Good and
So Far, So Good... So What

Some of the solo's on those albums sound like they were recorded with a nylon stringed acoustic.
#18
Not really a Rush fan per se but I would have said their 2002 record 'Vapour Trails' but they released a remixed version of it a few weeks ago. Originally, the mix was a sonic mess. All the instruments were peaking so much so, you could hear the crackling. But, all good now.
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#19
Not sure if there is one but my copy of Nirvana's Unplugged at MTV sounds fine during songs but in between it's so quiet... Not sure if that counts but ah well.
#20
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While I like the lo-fi ambiance, it would be cool to have really nice recordings of Sonic Youth or Pixies or the Germs or Fugazi.

don't know what Pixies & Fugazi records you are listening to.
#22
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+1 all of the aboves records sound tight as hell. although a deluxe edition of Sister by Sonic Youth with a remaster similar to Daydream Nation's would rule
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#23
Metallica - Death Magnetic, And Justice For All

anything else Rick Rubin's loudness war has touched.
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#24
The snare on the new Dream Theater album sounds like shit, so if they could fix that, then that.
#26
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+1 all of the aboves records sound tight as hell. although a deluxe edition of Sister by Sonic Youth with a remaster similar to Daydream Nation's would rule



+2 would buy. Criminally over looked album.
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Metallica - Death Magnetic, And Justice For All

anything else Rick Rubin's loudness war has touched.

Here's a secret for you. The "loudness war" doesn't exist. It's idiot sound engineers overusing compressors and limiters that has ruined so many modern albums.
#29
Californication by RHCP. Jesus Christ, I thought I'd gotten a defective copy the first time I bought it...
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Californication by RHCP. Jesus Christ, I thought I'd gotten a defective copy the first time I bought it...

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#31
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The snare on the new Dream Theater album sounds like shit, so if they could fix that, then that.



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#32
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^^I second the "everything produced by the loudness war" sentiment.

So that'd be basically any popular recording of the last couple decades then...
#33
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BTBAM's Silent Circus album. I can't even listen to it the way it is now.

Yea, I would probably love it if it didn't sound like mush
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#34
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So that'd be basically any popular recording of the last couple decades then...

Exactly
#35
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Misfits- most of there Danzig era stuff.


No. Absolutely no. Audio playback devices have a volume control on them for a reason, as for the production, it's exactly how any punk rock fan would want it to sound.
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#36
Metallica's Death Magnetic and Justice, definitely
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#37
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The snare on the new Dream Theater album sounds like shit, so if they could fix that, then that.

I personally kinda like it. I'm tired of snares that cut in a mix too much.
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#38
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Here's a secret for you. The "loudness war" doesn't exist. It's idiot sound engineers overusing compressors and limiters that has ruined so many modern albums.


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#39
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No. Absolutely no. Audio playback devices have a volume control on them for a reason, as for the production, it's exactly how any punk rock fan would want it to sound.


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No. Absolutely no. Audio playback devices have a volume control on them for a reason, as for the production, it's exactly how any punk rock fan would want it to sound.

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