Phish bohemian rhapsody
UK’s 3rd best selling title of all time. This amazing edition includes the legendary Live Aid set from Wembley Stadium. Avialable for the first time on vinyl. This wonderful album is amust have for all Queen fans. RECAPTURE THE THRILL OF HEARING PERFECT SOUND OF VINYL WITH A BRAND-NEW REMASTERED COPY OF THIS LEGENDARY ALBUM ON HEAVYWEIGHT VINYL. If you love Queen and value the phish bohemian rhapsody of lovingly curated sound, this newly re-mastered edition will take your listening pleasure to another level.
Hearing the perfect sound of a brand-new copy of your favourite album by Queen, Bowie, Fleetwood Mac, U2 or Eagles will transport you back to the glorious day when you first opened the cover to reveal the precious grooves. DC or Guns N’ Roses for the first time. The great thing about revisiting a new copy of your old favourites is that, with modern mastering techniques such as Direct Metal Mastering, the quality of the sound reproduced on vinyl is now even better than you remembered it, and a pristine new gatefold sleeve is another gem to be treasured anew. Fortunately, help is at hand, as you can always visit codarecords. Many of your favourite albums these days are being released in double album format with DMM mastering and bonus tracks, so the new vinyl experience just gets better and better.
Jimmy Page has gone back to the original studio tapes and remastered the original Led Zeppelin albums, U2 have been busy at work on their back catalogue and David Coverdale has been working hard as Executive Producer overseeing the re-mastering of the very best of the Whitesnake oeuvre. James Guthrie Floyds’ engineer has gone back to re-work the original masters of all the Floyd classics and Robert Fripp have been overseeing the entire output of King Crimson on 200 Gram super heavyweight vinyl re-mastered using the high quality DMM technique. We keep searching for the latest collector’s vinyl and everyday there’s a whole world of new treasures for you to discover. SO WHY BUY A NEW COPY OF A FAMILIAR ALBUM? It’s an inescapable fact of life, the more you play your favourite album by The Clash or Iron Maiden the more the audio quality fades. The pressure of a stylus to a groove is a quite amazing 12 tons per square inch.
The music may be timeless, but over time, the friction created as the stylus tracks the groove will wear down even the grooves of your once mighty Black Sabbath albums. Fortunately, new vinyl records have plenty of life expectancy. With properly maintained equipment new vinyl records by the likes of Queen and Fleetwood Mac are designed to be played around 80 times before you will begin to detect any audible impairment. A 180g pressing will inevitably last longer than, a regular pressing. It’s also best practice to avoid playing records multiple times in one sitting. So, go easy on that cherished copy of Demons and Wizards. One of the main culprits causing excess and unnecessary wear can be a dirty, worn-out stylus, which deforms the grooves and permanently alters the sound. An improperly aligned cartridge or improperly set anti-skate controls can also cause wear.
We strive to deliver much quicker but please bear with us and thanks again for your support and understanding. Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody in the back of a beat-up VW. It’s time for Night 2 at Merriweather Post Pavilion, Phishkids! Head over to Live Phish for the ultimate couch tour experience. The boys land in Columbia, MD tonight for the first of two nights at the legendary Merriweather Post Pavilion. Editor’s Note : Here’s a special contribution by our good buddy GMoney. Old Coverage — Red Rocks, Hampton, etc. It’s time for Night 2 at Merriweather Post Pavilion, Phishkids! Head over to Live Phish for the ultimate couch tour experience. The boys land in Columbia, MD tonight for the first of two nights at the legendary Merriweather Post Pavilion. Editor’s Note : Here’s a special contribution by our good buddy GMoney.