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This is one of the albums i'd like released in the mini replica sleeves 8)


I'd buy all the virgin years on mini LP replicas as I love owning CD's in that packaging.


Ive the same preference John,its a shame they were not marketed in the replica sleeves from the start.........the Japanese replica's are stunning items IMHO 8)

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This is one of the albums i'd like released in the mini replica sleeves 8)

My original Tangram LP had a funny plastic inner sleeve, as well as the paper sleeve with the snow photos on, I'd be interested to see if they replicated that.


the Japanese Colour Tangram insert was even nicer :)

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epsilon75 wrote:
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top record...even sad grizzlies agree (sometimes ;))


This is one of the albums i'd like released in the mini replica sleeves 8)


I'd buy all the virgin years on mini LP replicas as I love owning CD's in that packaging.


Ive the same preference John,its a shame they were not marketed in the replica sleeves from the start.........the Japanese replica's are stunning items IMHO 8)


No lp's for me. I hate the turnaround of them. But a Japanese remaster would be very fine. Usually they are high top productions.


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'Tangram' is my favourite TD album, but I refuse to buy the so called 'Definitive Edition' CD until Virgin start manufacturing it properly with Johannes Schmoelling credited instead of Peter Baumann.

It's been 13 years since the error riddled 'Definitive Edition' series was released and Virgin appear to show no interest in correcting the errors.
It shows a lack of respect to Schmoelling, TD and their fans. I'm sure that if EMI had released a Pink Floyd album with a wrong band line up credited or calling a studio album 'live', it'd be off the shelves within days.

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I agree with this Peter, lets hope that any future re issue is properly mastered and without errors


while Tangram is not my favourite TD album, IMHO, it is a very seamless and complete piece of music

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Peter Beasley wrote:
'Tangram' is my favourite TD album, but I refuse to buy the so called 'Definitive Edition' CD until Virgin start manufacturing it properly with Johannes Schmoelling credited instead of Peter Baumann.

It's been 13 years since the error riddled 'Definitive Edition' series was released and Virgin appear to show no interest in correcting the errors.
It shows a lack of respect to Schmoelling, TD and their fans. I'm sure that if EMI had released a Pink Floyd album with a wrong band line up credited or calling a studio album 'live', it'd be off the shelves within days.


I agree Peter,its shows a certain lack of respect to the band themselves :oops: the Thief and Exit CDs also credit PB :? and as you say if it were Pink Floyd it would be sorted pronto :roll:

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epsilon75 wrote:
Peter Beasley wrote:
'Tangram' is my favourite TD album, but I refuse to buy the so called 'Definitive Edition' CD until Virgin start manufacturing it properly with Johannes Schmoelling credited instead of Peter Baumann.

It's been 13 years since the error riddled 'Definitive Edition' series was released and Virgin appear to show no interest in correcting the errors.
It shows a lack of respect to Schmoelling, TD and their fans. I'm sure that if EMI had released a Pink Floyd album with a wrong band line up credited or calling a studio album 'live', it'd be off the shelves within days.


I agree Peter,its shows a certain lack of respect to the band themselves :oops: the Thief and Exit CDs also credit PB :? and as you say if it were Pink Floyd it would be sorted pronto :roll:

I agree, but I don't think a typo would warrant a full-blown recall.
What they would do is sell off the pressing, then correct it moving forward. And if I'm correct, does that mean they're still working of the first batch? I hope I'm wrong. :shock:


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Peter Beasley wrote:
'Tangram' is my favourite TD album, but I refuse to buy the so called 'Definitive Edition' CD until Virgin start manufacturing it properly with Johannes Schmoelling credited instead of Peter Baumann.

It's been 13 years since the error riddled 'Definitive Edition' series was released and Virgin appear to show no interest in correcting the errors.
It shows a lack of respect to Schmoelling, TD and their fans. I'm sure that if EMI had released a Pink Floyd album with a wrong band line up credited or calling a studio album 'live', it'd be off the shelves within days.

Tangram is my favourite too. I've got a copy of the Definitive Edition CD but only because I'd worn out my old copy and I got it cheap.


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