ShoreSlayer wrote:I'm not a huge fan of the whole re-mastering process. It can yield some great improvements in the mix and quality but presenting a snapshot of where the band, their sound, technology and music in general was at any given time is a huge part of what makes an album what it is.
That being said, one of my all time favourite releases is Testament's First Strike Still Deadly. Rather than re-working the existing recordings, they actually went back into the studio and re-recorded every single performance track for every song (afaik). I think there's a few other bands that have done the same thing but I wish more would. It's like presenting a whole new snapshot of the same (or mostly) bunch of artists and how they've grown over the years.
KevinP wrote:I guess I should have clarified this as albums "you at one time or another wanted redone
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