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PostPosted: Fri Oct 19, 2007 8:15 pm 
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Yup, dowloaded this album last night. Quite a bargin for six and a half quid from this website.

Nice album, not as good as 'the man inside' soundtrack I think. I've been listening to Destination Berlin on my mp3 player on the bus today, some of the tracks are a bit samey but all have great melodies. I think 'Berlin Summer Nights' is absolutley gorgeous, even though it was played to the backdrop to a Nuneaton Autumn night. Play this one at the end of a future gig Edgar and gang!!

To summarise: nice album, not as good as other soundtracks of the time, very jaunty and just...........................Nice

:D What do you guys think?????

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I've always felt this is a very good album in its own right, doesn't really sound like a soundtrack to me, the album is way too short tho but I really enjoy all the tracks, a lot of which were played at the 1990 UK tour which also remain firm favourites.....I would give it 8/10


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HarryPotter No7 wrote:
I've always felt this is a very good album in its own right, doesn't really sound like a soundtrack to me, the album is way too short tho but I really enjoy all the tracks, a lot of which were played at the 1990s concerts which also remain a firm favourite.....I would give it 8/10


worked well with the film as well

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HarryPotter No7 wrote:
I've always felt this is a very good album in its own right, doesn't really sound like a soundtrack to me, the album is way too short tho but I really enjoy all the tracks, a lot of which were played at the 1990s concerts which also remain a firm favourite.....I would give it 8/10


worked well with the film as well


never seen the film.


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24db wrote:
HarryPotter No7 wrote:
I've always felt this is a very good album in its own right, doesn't really sound like a soundtrack to me, the album is way too short tho but I really enjoy all the tracks, a lot of which were played at the 1990s concerts which also remain a firm favourite.....I would give it 8/10


worked well with the film as well


never seen the film.


some fan filmed it at the 360 degree cinema...for memory the music was a different mix to that used on the final CD

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24db wrote:
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24db wrote:
HarryPotter No7 wrote:
I've always felt this is a very good album in its own right, doesn't really sound like a soundtrack to me, the album is way too short tho but I really enjoy all the tracks, a lot of which were played at the 1990s concerts which also remain a firm favourite.....I would give it 8/10


worked well with the film as well


never seen the film.


some fan filmed it at the 360 degree cinema...for memory the music was a different mix to that used on the final CD


Presume it is one of the dvd's in the TD video tree.


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hansx wrote:
24db wrote:
hansx wrote:
24db wrote:
HarryPotter No7 wrote:
I've always felt this is a very good album in its own right, doesn't really sound like a soundtrack to me, the album is way too short tho but I really enjoy all the tracks, a lot of which were played at the 1990s concerts which also remain a firm favourite.....I would give it 8/10


worked well with the film as well


never seen the film.


some fan filmed it at the 360 degree cinema...for memory the music was a different mix to that used on the final CD


Presume it is one of the dvd's in the TD video tree.


Yes its Volume (30) of the series 8)

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epsilon75 wrote:
hansx wrote:
24db wrote:
hansx wrote:
24db wrote:
HarryPotter No7 wrote:
I've always felt this is a very good album in its own right, doesn't really sound like a soundtrack to me, the album is way too short tho but I really enjoy all the tracks, a lot of which were played at the 1990s concerts which also remain a firm favourite.....I would give it 8/10


worked well with the film as well


never seen the film.


some fan filmed it at the 360 degree cinema...for memory the music was a different mix to that used on the final CD


Presume it is one of the dvd's in the TD video tree.


Yes its Volume (30) of the series 8)


Shame that those things are never on the internet as a torrent or something like that.


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hansx wrote:
epsilon75 wrote:
hansx wrote:
24db wrote:
hansx wrote:
24db wrote:
HarryPotter No7 wrote:
I've always felt this is a very good album in its own right, doesn't really sound like a soundtrack to me, the album is way too short tho but I really enjoy all the tracks, a lot of which were played at the 1990s concerts which also remain a firm favourite.....I would give it 8/10


worked well with the film as well


never seen the film.


some fan filmed it at the 360 degree cinema...for memory the music was a different mix to that used on the final CD


Presume it is one of the dvd's in the TD video tree.


Yes its Volume (30) of the series 8)


Shame that those things are never on the internet as a torrent or something like that.


You can still get hold of them if need be :idea:

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epsilon75 wrote:
hansx wrote:
epsilon75 wrote:
hansx wrote:
24db wrote:
hansx wrote:
24db wrote:
HarryPotter No7 wrote:
I've always felt this is a very good album in its own right, doesn't really sound like a soundtrack to me, the album is way too short tho but I really enjoy all the tracks, a lot of which were played at the 1990s concerts which also remain a firm favourite.....I would give it 8/10


worked well with the film as well


never seen the film.


some fan filmed it at the 360 degree cinema...for memory the music was a different mix to that used on the final CD


Presume it is one of the dvd's in the TD video tree.


Yes its Volume (30) of the series 8)


Shame that those things are never on the internet as a torrent or something like that.


You can still get hold of them if need be :idea:


could you make copies?


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hansx wrote:
epsilon75 wrote:
hansx wrote:
epsilon75 wrote:
hansx wrote:
24db wrote:
hansx wrote:
24db wrote:
HarryPotter No7 wrote:
I've always felt this is a very good album in its own right, doesn't really sound like a soundtrack to me, the album is way too short tho but I really enjoy all the tracks, a lot of which were played at the 1990s concerts which also remain a firm favourite.....I would give it 8/10


worked well with the film as well


never seen the film.


some fan filmed it at the 360 degree cinema...for memory the music was a different mix to that used on the final CD


Presume it is one of the dvd's in the TD video tree.


Yes its Volume (30) of the series 8)


Shame that those things are never on the internet as a torrent or something like that.


You can still get hold of them if need be :idea:


could you make copies?


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2007 6:49 pm 
I finally managed to set up a PayPal account. (ánd I couldn't believe I gave up last time time, so embarrasing)

Download went rather easy and quick. A little too expensive for DB, because there is hardly any difference between the "re-recording" and the original. But finally I managed to get the unreleased tracks, Year of the Monkey, Cloud Face, and The Golden Head, which I find rather new-agey and nothing special.

I will order the three new releases tomorrow, when I get paid! woo-hoo! (I'm so done with ordering Eastgate stuff from Groove)


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Pertou wrote:
I finally

(I'm so done with ordering Eastgate stuff from Groove)


Why??? What is wrong with Groove?


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2007 7:46 pm 
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Pertou wrote:
(I'm so done with ordering Eastgate stuff from Groove)


Why??? What is wrong with Groove?


Slow and expensive.


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Pertou wrote:
hansx wrote:
Pertou wrote:
I finally

(I'm so done with ordering Eastgate stuff from Groove)


Why??? What is wrong with Groove?


Slow and expensive.


Slow?? I always receive my things within a week after ordering, but ok I live in Holland.
And expensive? When I order a dvd from TD, I pay 27,95€ and from Groove 26,50 (both postage included). Of course the price of the dvd or cd is a bit more, they have to earn also a bit.
I usually have no problems with Groove.


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