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Modern Times/Nuclear Furniture Import, Enregistrement original remasterisé

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Page Artiste Jefferson Starship

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  • CD (21 avril 2009)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : Import, Enregistrement original remasterisé
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B001TW68L8
  • Autres éditions : CD
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Two classic albums for one great price. 27 juin 2009
Par Galley - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
"Modern Times" has never been released on CD by RCA/Grunt except for an expensive Japanese release several years ago. I was leery of this release as I wasn't familiar with the Friday Music label, but they really did a fantastic job. Both albums sound great, although "Nuclear Furniture" has slightly more volume than the original 1986 CD release on Grunt. Even the packaging and design is great.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Two Great Albums for the Price of One 28 avril 2009
Par J. Rye - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Friday Music does a great job of remastering and repackaging these two albums from Jefferson's Starship's New Wave/Rock period, before the whole thing degenerated into just Starship. It's good to see the full artwork from both original LPs faithfully represented in the booklet. Unfortunately, those of us old enough to remember this era might have to put on our reading glasses to decipher the tiny print.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 One of Jeff Star's best 21 septembre 2009
Par Just Fell In - Publié sur
Format: CD
This was an album that took JS one step further in the direction of pop/rock that they would later follow. Many fans malign this incarnation of the Jefferson Starship, although this version of the band is not without its merits. The band indeed took a more commercial approach to their music starting with the arrival of vocalist Mickey Thomas on the previous album, Freedom At Point Zero. Mickey Thomas is a tremendous vocalist with a strong falsetto that could compete with the very best that the times had to offer. Here the band is more Arena-rock sounding than on earlier fan-loved albums such as Dragonfly. The sound is a little shizophrenic with some of the songs written with a more artsy approach, such as Find Your Way Back and Stranger, and other songs with a more 80s sound. Guitarist Craig Chaquico outright rocks and deserves a heap more recognition than he ever got. This album also marks the return of vocalist Grace Slick, albeit in a lesser role than she took in earlier incarnations of the band. Slick was one of the founding members of legends Jefferson Airplane which would later become Jefferson Starship.

These songs are classics from this period in the band's long career.

Find Your Way Back
Save Your Love
Stairway To Cleveland

These 5 out of a total of 9 songs are bona-fide classics, the rest of the songs are less memorable but not too bad. If you like 80s art-rock a la Styx, or Journey, you will love this one.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 The loudness wars are alive and well 5 mars 2014
Par A. Steiner - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Like most remastered albums originally released from the 80s and 90s, the music industry likes to increase the loudness. I dare anyone with a decent pair of headphones to listen to this remastered CD and compare it to the record released back in 1981. Sound quality wise you will hear a huge difference between the two. Yes, the original CD sounds weak in comparison to the original record and this remastered mess... but at least the original CD didn't over-boost the bass, like this remastered CD does. Skip this remastered CD and stick with the original record. Oh yeah, and the art work on this remastered CD is a complete joke... they attempted to recreate the inner-sleeve art work and lyrics, but you can't read anything because the words are in about a "1" size font.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Hosehead's Review 1 février 2014
Par Hosehead - Publié sur
Format: CD
Modern Times is Jefferson Starship's best ever. I have the old Japanese import, so I'm glad this was finally released. This album absolutely rocks hard. "Find Your Way Back, Stranger, Free, Mary," and the always outstanding "Stairway to Cleveland" (which I got to hear them play live one year) are great reminders of just how talented this band was back then. It comes with Nuclear Furniture, which was okay. But if you're buying this, you're buying it for Modern Times. You will not be disappointed with this!
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