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paper82
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Post 2019-01-03 22:01   [Quote] 
... for the fourth time.

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Post 2019-01-03 22:15   [Quote] 
Seek professional help.

I have two identical copies of Helsinki, because the first one had some scratches. The 2nd one is still in wrapper. I only have three other duplicates, the Ryko and the Zappa versions.

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Post 2019-01-03 22:32   [Quote] 
Well, this time I went for the EMI cd... I do not like the "comments" from Johnny Guitar Watson on He's so Gay and decided I need to have a "clean" (digital) version.
I ordered the EMI cd of Man From Utopia, too.


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Post 2019-01-04 04:05   [Quote] 
I did this with the Larks' Tongues in Aspic LP... 7 different copies. I am in no position to moralize!

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Post 2019-01-04 06:17   [Quote] 
belew-vibe wrote:
I did this with the Larks' Tongues in Aspic LP... 7 different copies. I am in no position to moralize!


I feel ya. I bought In The Court Of The Crimson King 6 or 7 times (and gave at least two to friends as a gift).
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Post 2019-01-04 08:47   [Quote] 
paper82 wrote:
Well, this time I went for the EMI cd... I do not like the "comments" from Johnny Guitar Watson on He's so Gay and decided I need to have a "clean" version.
I ordered the EMI cd of Man From Utopia, too.


The EMI of Does humor... is the better version too tunes

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Post 2019-01-04 09:05   [Quote] 
hoops wrote:
paper82 wrote:
Well, this time I went for the EMI cd... I do not like the "comments" from Johnny Guitar Watson on He's so Gay and decided I need to have a "clean" version.
I ordered the EMI cd of Man From Utopia, too.


The EMI of Does humor... is the better version too tunes


Yep, I will get that, too. It's on the list already... Twisted Evil
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Post 2019-01-04 09:09   [Quote] 
chrisfromparis wrote:
belew-vibe wrote:
I did this with the Larks' Tongues in Aspic LP... 7 different copies. I am in no position to moralize!


I feel ya. I bought In The Court Of The Crimson King 6 or 7 times (and gave at least two to friends as a gift).


Well yes, but, you know, Thing-Fish (btw, I do like it, but...) hmm
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Post 2019-01-04 10:29   [Quote] 
hoops wrote:
paper82 wrote:
Well, this time I went for the EMI cd... I do not like the "comments" from Johnny Guitar Watson on He's so Gay and decided I need to have a "clean" version.
I ordered the EMI cd of Man From Utopia, too.


The EMI of Does humor... is the better version too tunes


I think Does humor is one of the few, if not the only one, where the remix is better than the original EMI.
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Post 2019-01-04 11:39   [Quote] 
Don't buy any more Thing-Fishes....

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Post 2019-01-04 14:49   [Quote] 
father-0blivion wrote:
Don't buy any more Thing-Fishes....


Maybe one more: https://www.discogs.com/Frank-Zappa-Thing-Fish-/release/7255512... Cool
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Post 2019-01-04 17:22   [Quote] 
father-0blivion wrote:
Don't buy any more Thing-Fishes....


Don't listen to him...he just has shelf-eny....

MrBolero wrote:
hoops wrote:
paper82 wrote:
Well, this time I went for the EMI cd... I do not like the "comments" from Johnny Guitar Watson on He's so Gay and decided I need to have a "clean" version.
I ordered the EMI cd of Man From Utopia, too.


The EMI of Does humor... is the better version too tunes


I think Does humor is one of the few, if not the only one, where the remix is better than the original EMI.


Oh...really? What it is it that you prefer about the Ryko...?

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Post 2019-01-04 17:43   [Quote] 
The Ryko 'Humor' is MUCH better sounding. The EMI is muffled in comparison.

Also, the Ryko version has a longer version of 'Let's Move to Cleveland'.
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Post 2019-01-04 17:52   [Quote] 
Personally I feel it's a warmer sounding version with more of that analogue stamp to it... I appreciate that the clarity and separation may be better on the Ryko...but for me, it loses something by becoming more clinical...

It is a pity about the shorter Lets Move to Cleveland, though...

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Post 2019-01-04 20:35   [Quote] 
hoops wrote:
father-0blivion wrote:
Don't buy any more Thing-Fishes....


Don't listen to him...he just has shelf-eny....

MrBolero wrote:
hoops wrote:
paper82 wrote:
Well, this time I went for the EMI cd... I do not like the "comments" from Johnny Guitar Watson on He's so Gay and decided I need to have a "clean" version.
I ordered the EMI cd of Man From Utopia, too.


The EMI of Does humor... is the better version too tunes


I think Does humor is one of the few, if not the only one, where the remix is better than the original EMI.


Oh...really? What it is it that you prefer about the Ryko...?


...the mix.
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