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April 2, 2015 at 4:53 am Quote #44146

KISSMAD
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PT5150: Got my right now. The JB HIFI near me wasn’t getting it until next week. I called the City store near where I’m working & was there as they came out of delivery box. BEERS & VH MUSIC tonight my friends..

There is no place to buy CDs in my home town. I have to travel at least 100km (62.13 miles) away to buy a CD. I have resisted in getting it via other means as I want to support the band as I have been wanting a Roth era live CD since the 1984!


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April 2, 2015 at 6:13 am Quote #44147

davidestrada
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KISSMAD: There is no place to buy CDs in my home town. I have to travel at least 100km (62.13 miles) away to buy a CD. I have resisted in getting it via other means as I want to support the band as I have been wanting a Roth era live CD since the 1984!

Livedownloads. Com


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April 2, 2015 at 6:26 am Quote #44148

mcs5150
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davidestrada: Livedownloads. Com

Can a mod delete the above post? This site is all about sharing VH unofficial live recordings, not stealing from the band through torrents of official releases.


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April 2, 2015 at 7:25 am Quote #44153

PT5150
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Call me old school with all the digital downloads today but I still love getting the CD & looking at the photos & packaging..

What did you guys pay for for the CD in the US ?

Cost me $29.99 in Australia & that’s from a place that has good prices.


EDDIE’S fingers aren’t fingers they are muscle-powered pistons that hammer guitar strings to the fretboard with the force of a rivet gun”.


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April 2, 2015 at 8:13 am Quote #44166

JasonA
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mcs5150: Can a mod delete the above post? This site is all about sharing VH unofficial live recordings, not stealing from the band through torrents of official releases.

Livedownloads.com is a legit site where bands officially sell their product as downloads. You can buy the live album there in formats ranging from mp3 all the way up to uncompressed 24-bit.


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April 2, 2015 at 8:42 am Quote #44173

mcs5150
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JasonA: Livedownloads.com is a legit site where bands officially sell their product as downloads. You can buy the live album there in formats ranging from mp3 all the way up to uncompressed 24-bit.

My bad!!! Sorry David for implying that you were advocating people steal the Tokyo live album.


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April 2, 2015 at 9:06 am Quote #44175

sickman
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I bought it for $13.99 through Amazon and it included the mp3 download to Amazon Cloud. Personally I like buying music from Amazon because every cd I’ve purchased is available through the Amazon cloud app on any device I have. It comes in handy for my 2 sons as they can listen to all of it on their phones and most recently my daughter has been listening to VH and QOTSA on her Kindle Fire. Also, Amazon does that whole price match thing and I’ll usually get a $1 or $2 credit a week later if another retailer is cheaper.


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April 2, 2015 at 10:35 am Quote #44187

Dave
(1954)

davidestrada: Damn I wish I would have known there was a 24-96 download before I payed 16 bucks the cds yesterday, Nothing like paying twice!! (CDS for sale 10 bucks! HA!!!) just kidding….

Does a 24-96 download sound that much better than a CD?


Stay Frosty


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April 2, 2015 at 10:41 am Quote #44188

JasonA
(1013)

It depends on what you listen to it on.


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April 3, 2015 at 10:08 am Quote #44258

ron
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http://headlineplanet.com/home/2015/04/03/death-cab-for-cuties-kintsugi-pacing-for-45-50k-sales-darius-rucker-van-halen-follow/

Death Cab for Cutie’s “Kintsugi” Pacing for 45-50K Sales; Darius Rucker, Van Halen Follow
By Brian Cantor
03 Apr 2015

Album sales forecasts for the new Ludacris, Death Cab for Cutie, Darius Rucker, Three Days Grace, Hollywood Undead and Van Halen releases.

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Other weekly newcomers set to land within the chart’s top fifteen: Three Days Grace’s “Human” (~30-35,000), Hollywood Undead’s “Day of the Dead” (~30-35,000), Van Halen’s “Tokyo Dome: Live in Concert” (~24-27,000), Sufjan Stevens’ “Carrie and Lowell” (~23-25,000) and Jodeci’s “The Past, The Present, The Future” (~21-23,000).


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April 3, 2015 at 12:48 pm Quote #44270

ron
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http://www.vintagevinylnews.com/2015/04/darius-rucker-van-halen-jodeci-could.html

Darius Rucker, Van Halen, Jodeci Could Have Top Twenty Debuts Next Week
11:49 AM

Three veteran artists are aiming at top twenty debuts next week based on sales.

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Van Halen’s live album has projected sales of 24,000 to 27,000 with a bump of about 1,000 when streaming is added in, setting them up for a debut in the mid- to lower teens while Jodeci’s first album in twenty years, The Past, The Present, The Future will have opening week sales of 21,000 to 23,000 with an up to 2,000 unit bump from streaming, putting it in the lower teens.

Final projections will be out next Tuesday while the official chart will be published on Thursday.


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April 3, 2015 at 1:01 pm Quote #44274

Vince G.
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Can’t review it just yet. I’ll be heading up to Lincoln on the 14th, so I’ll pick it up at a Best Buy there.


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April 3, 2015 at 2:11 pm Quote #44283

davidestrada
(64)

Dave: Does a 24-96 download sound that much better than a CD?

I will always go for the 96 24 bit because when I take the big file to cd 44.1 it has more bottom end than the cd release. With the new Zep releases, same thing. Much better sound on my down sampled cdr than the original silver cd


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April 3, 2015 at 2:43 pm Quote #44287

mjk2112
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so what if i take this video and the new cd and create a dvd to share? or is somebody already doing so?


boldly going nowhere


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April 3, 2015 at 2:50 pm Quote #44291

voodoo
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mjk2112: so what if i take this video and the new cd and create a dvd to share? or is somebody already doing so?

Sounds good to me!


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