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    Guy is selling our ‘I Cries Crimes’ on his bandcamp page. I asked him about it and he said he didn’t get paid for appearing so he should be able to sell. Whatever. He did get the song title wrong though, haha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by calyx View Post
    Like using a photo of the 2009-2012 line-up, only two of whom appear on the album (Daniel and Kurt)... And ignoring the obvious fact that the new album is NOT the work of an active band, but of Daniel Denis with occasional support from other musicians.
    While giving the new Present album its first spins (got it yesterdays), I also spun Lueur afterwards (hadn't for a few months now).

    Yes, it seems a bit more of the DD solo album (thinking of Sirius and Eaux Troubles) than a "group" effort like PD or Clivages.
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    I saw on the waysidemusic newsletter in the coming soon section...

    UNIVERS ZERO-Ceux De Duhors CD (finally the remix on CD)
    UNIVERS ZERO-‘an unreleased live album’

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Czar View Post
    I saw on the waysidemusic newsletter in the coming soon section...

    UNIVERS ZERO-Ceux De Duhors CD (finally the remix on CD)
    UNIVERS ZERO-‘an unreleased live album’
    That sounds interesting!! Would love to have it! Thank you for the heads-up....Very exciting! Looking forward to buying them

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    For those that heard the remix of CDD...how does it differ from the CD version?

    And a new live album...goddamn that is excellent. That one is making my wallet itchy already!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobo Chang Ba View Post
    For those that heard the remix of CDD...how does it differ from the CD version?
    It’s the least different of the three remixes

    Less bass

    Slightly more clearly defined rest of band (most notably keyboards, Michel and violin)

    A few previously submerged things being audible
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    It’s the least different of the three remixes

    Less bass

    Slightly more clearly defined rest of band (most notably keyboards, Michel and violin)

    A few previously submerged things being audible
    LESS BASS! An outrageous thing to do 😄
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    iirc, when the vinyl reissue was released, only some tracks had been remixed, right ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobo Chang Ba View Post
    For those that heard the remix of CDD...how does it differ from the CD version?

    And a new live album...goddamn that is excellent. That one is making my wallet itchy already!

    I bought the digital on Bandcamp and I think it sounds great. I listen to it over the original version.

    However, there are a couple of tracks that they didn't have the original tapes for so they are not remixed but just remastered I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by selfextraction View Post
    I bought the digital on Bandcamp and I think it sounds great. I listen to it over the original version.

    However, there are a couple of tracks that they didn't have the original tapes for so they are not remixed but just remastered I think.

    I'll have to check it out on Bandcamp. I didn't know about a remix
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    Quote Originally Posted by calyx View Post
    iirc, when the vinyl reissue was released, only some tracks had been remixed, right ?
    The four tracks done at Sunrise were the only ones that they had the multi-tracks for.

    So, IIRC, remixed are:

    Dense
    La corne du bois des pendus
    Bonjour chez vous
    Combat
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    It’s the least different of the three remixes

    Less bass

    Slightly more clearly defined rest of band (most notably keyboards, Michel and violin)

    A few previously submerged things being audible
    Interesting choices. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by selfextraction View Post
    I bought the digital on Bandcamp and I think it sounds great. I listen to it over the original version.

    However, there are a couple of tracks that they didn't have the original tapes for so they are not remixed but just remastered I think.
    Oh nice. Didn't realize the remix was on bandcamp. I shall give a listen.

    Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    The four tracks done at Sunrise were the only ones that they had the multi-tracks for.

    So, IIRC, remixed are:

    Dense
    La corne du bois des pendus
    Bonjour chez vous
    Combat
    My favorite 4 on the album. Awesome, I can't wait.

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    Having listened to the remix on bandcamp...

    It is definitely differernt enough in the mixing/balance department for my cloth ears to notice. The drums in particular seem to be well boosted and the whole thing is a bit out of balance during the more clamorous sections. Perhaps I'm just used to the older one, of course.

    Its also strange to hear it without Triomphe Des Mouches at the end. (which I know is a bonus track but feels ingrained in the album after so long)
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    A few years ago I did a listening session at a hi end hifi shop
    We compared the original recommended lp, the Cuneiform Cd and the remix download flac files.
    I was quite shocked how superior the lp sounded to my ears
    Yehuda Kotton was there with me - we just looked at each other in disbelief

    Having said that I do love the remix of the debut but never did a direct comparison
    In any case I do not own the original pressing which Eric Faes released- I have the 1313 l bought when it came out in the mid 80’s

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