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That's a lot of money Cantosis will you still have some left for the Zoom o Graphics !.
By the way those photo's dont do them any justice.


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Way too much money...unless you were bidding on my copy of Redshift's first CD...in which case £117 was a complete bargain ;)

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Andy whats so special about Redshifts 1st ?


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Go for the 99 edition mate,the music is 100% the same and its cheaper :wink:

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Andy whats so special about Redshifts 1st ?


Apart from I sold it for a lot? ;) not a lot...IMHO...unless you're an avid RS fan, then the original issue was worth a mint, and luckily I sold it just before they re-printed it (10 years after it first came out)

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Good result andy, I didn't go a lot on it, prefered the second. But too much like Rubycon / Richochet era for me.


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Good result andy, I didn't go a lot on it, prefered the second. But too much like Rubycon / Richochet era for me.


IMHO Free System Projekt are a better outfit :arrow:

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Good result andy, I didn't go a lot on it, prefered the second. But too much like Rubycon / Richochet era for me.


Um...played it twice...ten years apart: my opinion didn't change.

Back on topic, I agree with Colin...go for the 1999 re-issue, if you can

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The 97 issue is a nice package but unless you put something between the disc and the cover the green rubbery retainer that holds the disc marks the booklet. Nice for such a anticipated release.


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The 97 issue is a nice package but unless you put something between the disc and the cover the green rubbery retainer that holds the disc marks the booklet. Nice for such a anticipated release.


ah I remember, it was oily?

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Andy,

Rubber, Oil think you may be on the wrong thread / site mate ! :lol:


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Rubber, Oil think you may be on the wrong thread / site mate ! :lol:


and BM isn't here? ;)

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Good job, (no offence BM) this would have reached rediculous levels of sexual innuendo !. :lol:


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The Only thing is hard too look for is on Laser Disk with Wide screen format.
I hope Michael Mann well released on DVD with own Comment about the Film right he still busy some other project.

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All joking aside, although I bought this CD nearly 10 years ago ,I hadn't given it a really good listen untill very recently.
My initial impression was to put it in the collection (that was 1997) and thats where it stayed, listening to it now it should have had more regular plays. I did have one of the various booties of it prior to the TDI version andmust admit I thought the music content to be better on the Bootie than the original TDI version.


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