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Top reviews from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. My wife broke my old copy of I Robot, which she had Shanghaied to listen to in her car. I've had a copy of this album since it came out in I believeso couldn't go long without replacing it.
It's just one of those albums I never tire of listening to. The Project's second, and I believe, best album. All the remaining songs through the Gregorian-chanty thing just before "Genesis " unfold like a story with evocative lyrics and, of course, trademark Alan Parsons instrumentation and production.
One of the great under-appreciated albums of the late 70s. I bought I Robot a hundred years ago on either cassette tape or, wait for it, 8 track tape, man, this guy is old! I liked it then but absolutely love it now. Now, I can appreciate the talent of Alan Parsons and Eric Woolfson and all of the many performers they hired to compose a masterpiece such as this.
Also, the quality enhancement of the music today and the modern stereos really add to the enjoyment of listening. Lastly, the bonus tracks are just super cool to listen to. Highly recommend I Robot. What talent. A mainstay of classic progressive rock, this album belongs in the collection of any fan of the genre. I confess, I've only heard the standard remastered edition of this album.
Beautiful expansive soundstage, outstanding detail, smooth and transparent highs, and the bass is very noticeably improved more evident, very punchy, and well defined.
The SACD easily thrashes my other copy of this album. Highly recommended. HIghest compliment I can give this reissue is it sounds like a pristine copy of the original vinyl LP which I own. That's what I wanted. That's what I got. Some are embarrassingly bad and smack of barrel scraping, while others have been fascinating. The Extracts are essentially press release type snippets of conversation.
Along with these, 2 are incomplete items. For example, track 3 is a snippet of vocal from Hilary Western operatic voice with dialog between her and Parsons. Track 10 is the choral track alone from Breakdown. Track 11 is a rough take of "Don't Let it Show" with Wollfson singing some vocal, and filling in with "la la la" for missing lines. What does this amount to? Well, if you have the disc already, you'll know what to expect.
Do you want more of the same kind of thing or not? Nothing here is "essential". In fact, this isn't the kind of disc you're going to play very often - it's too fragmented, and bitty.
At the same time though, if you're interested in the foundations upon which this excellent album was made, if you want know all the nuts and bolts, then it's quite interesting. One thing for sure - it's much more acceptable here than the release, since it's a separate disc. Don't want to hear all this - you don't have to. A perfect solution. Total time of disc 2 is around 39 minutes 10 minutes of which is "Naked Robot", which was included in the earlier release.
You're getting approximately 15 minutes of "new" extras here. That really leaves only the packaging. The release came in a standard jewel case. The booklet was relatively thin, at only 8 pages. The main draw was a three page article from Jerry Ewing of Classic Rock magazine. The new edition has improved things immeasurably. We now have a 20 page booklet.
The liner notes were written by Alan Parsons, and run for five pages of text. He gives a bit of insight into the individual tracks of Untitled - Vote Robot - Versions (Vinyl album proper - it's a good read. Along with that we get the full lyrics this time, which is nice to have. And of course - there are lots of pictures which expand on the booklet. The only loss is a The text from the gatefold of the original album is now missing it was in the centre of the booklet ; b The Woolfson notes.
Of the latter - the booklet article had several quotes LP) Woolfson which are now missing. The new booklet is very much Parson's view on the album. Last, but not least, this is a three panel digipack with new artwork. The original front cover artwork is included beneath the disc trays. The booklet is tucked inside a pocket in the centre panel, and was very difficult to get out do they test any of this stuff?!? Only you can say if this new set is worth the price or not.
Sonically, if you have the version, you gain nothing. The package here is nice though, and having the album proper on its own disc is far better than the earlier release but those into MP3's won't benefit from that. Personally I'm happy - but then any excuse to listen to this album is always welcome.
The album proper is a classic, imo. Worthy of a five. So these comments reflect that. Just know what you're getting. LP) first thing that hit me when I first listened to this remaster was the superb sound quality. Hard to believe it was recorded 40 odd years ago. Report abuse. Another excellent pressing from "Music On Vinyl". Translate review to English. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Remastered. Dreamboat Annie.
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