- Vinil (18 de septiembre de 2015)
- Número de discos: 2
- Sello: Sony Music
- ASIN: B00C061HZY
- Opiniones de los clientes: 2,952 calificaciones de clientes
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº461 en Música (Ver el Top 100 en Música)
Random Access Memories (Vinyl) [Importado]
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Vinil, 18 septiembre 2015
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Tras 8 años de su último disco de estudio y 3 años desde su última grabación para la película “Tron”, el dúo de robots franceses DAFT PUNK está de regreso con su esperadísimo álbum RANDOM ACCESS MEMORIES, el cual ha causado furor a nivel mundial y como muestra está su impresionante desempeño en la tienda digital iTunes a nivel mundial, la pre-orden del álbum empezó el 23 de Marzo debutando en #1 y #5 después de un mes, siendo ésta la segunda preventa más exitosa para un producto de Sony Music México.
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-El disco tardo en llegar un tiempo.
-Los acabados del disco son buenos.
-Para los que les gusta aun tener los discos físicos en vez de los digitales es una buena elección.
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In 12 inch vinyl the gatefold cover is an artistic masterpiece, beautifully presented and the discs are heavyweight, warp free and are are as good as it gets in terms of the pressing quality and sound. I play it through a Roksan Xerxes/Pug/Shiraz or Rega Planar 3, RB330/Elys 2 front end and it sounds superb on either.
Just spinning the double LP for the first time while writing this and my oh my it does sound as amazing as the reviews say.
This is one of those where you just crank up that volume, kick back and enjoy - apologies to my neighbour in advance only for the last track that is a little more full on than the rest 😉
And if it happens that apart of your audiophile interest you're also fan of their music by purchasing this album you should be very pleased. Can't go wrong :-)
The music is a bit of a journey through the decades. It isn't the type of music to satisfy the deep thinking chin-stroking fraternity. This is just very good, well-recorded music to satisfy a wide audience. An audience who just enjoys uplifting music. Sure there are a few time-wasting moments but as this is a double album at a near single album price I am not complaining.
Pressing quality is very high, although my records had picked up quite a static charge somehow. At first they didn't want to come out of the inner sleeves, such was the vacuum. When eventually they began moving from their sleeves I could hear the sparks of static electricity. On to the turntable they went and I have never seen dust home in on records quite like it. Anyway they are clean now and static can easily be discharged.
I'm totally happy. This is one of my best record purchases ever.
Finally, I was never one for electronic music but this album has now made me a convert.
Excellent and beautifully recorded content in spite of that.
I like the album and have requested a replacement which is hopefully flat.
It's no surprise that this album's head/heart/feet are in the past. If you like 70's disco/R n B or anything with a great groove in it, this album is for you. Most of the album is stunning, showing what Daft Punk have learned making music over the years.
The one of two criticisms is that the album tales off after "Get Lucky" except for 'Contact' which sounds like a starship going into light speed.
The second criticism is did the album live up to the hype? That would be your own personal thought. I still believe 2001's Discovery is their masterpiece. However this comes second.
Even the Discovery CD is better than this.