since when do colored vinyls have worse sound quality than black vinyl?tomas wrote:We are not complaining, we are discussing!
If 'Die Hard edition' means sacrificing sound quality by pressing the music on coloured or picture LP, IT SUCKS!
I don't see anything 'die hard' in metalheads settling for inferior sound quality just to get the extra patch or poster.
The ideal die hard edition: black vinyl with patch / poster / extra 7" (on black vinyl!)
Crows In Black wrote:
since when do colored vinyls have worse sound quality than black vinyl?
I DO notice it, I just mean I didn't notice anyone else specifically calling it "die hard" version other than NWN. I am aware of those other labels you mentioned, I just thought they called it like "deluxe" edition or something similar. Is "die hard" a universal term for any LP released with bonuses that every label uses? If it is, I wasn't aware of it.doomedplanet wrote:sound quality is something that can be argued until the cows come home and no solid answer will be found.
Leafhound made at least 1 die hard, Heavy Artillery Records, Miskatonic, Metal Supremacy, Hells Headbangers, Iron Age Records has a die hard coming, even some cd releases now a days coming out with a special version with patch/tshirt, etc, like Area Death Productions for example. So just because you don't pay attention to it doesn't mean it is not happening all over the place. and growing.
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