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Blu-ray Pure Audio Discs: No Compression, No Compromise. Blu-ray Pure Audio Discs Offer True High-Resolution 24-bit/96kHz Audiophile Sound. Universal Music Group has gone back to the original master tapes to deliver fully uncompressed, high-resolution versions of many of your favorite albums on Blu-ray Pure Audio Disc. Mastered at 24bit/96kHz, Blu-ray Pure Audio Discs deliver the sound the artists originally heard in the studio when these classic albums were recorded. These discs provide all the recorded musical information. While convenient due to their small file size, today's heavily compressed music files do not represent the true fidelity of the original album. Recordings are transferred from the original master tapes and delivered in high-resolution 24-bit/96kHz audio. No compression is utilized, and the sound quality is vastly superior to MP3 or standard CD. Three separate choices of audio file format for playback: PCM 2.0, Dolby True HD, or DTS-HD Master Audio (5.1 available where noted). Your preferred audio format is chosen either by pressing the "Audio" button on your Blu-ray remote or via your onscreen menu display.
After a shaky start followed by several critically acclaimed releases, the English group Supertramp hit the commercial jackpot in 1979 with Breakfast in America. The album combined the band's FM radio, AOR-rock style with an almost carnival-like nature. Breakfast gave the band major hits with "The Logical Song," "Goodbye Stranger," and "Take the Long Way Home." The plinking piano and dramatic clarinet runs of "The Logical Song" imparted a comic, yet bittersweet tone to the release as a whole. In another example of the band's devotion to alternative ways to carry their melody lines, "Goodbye Stranger" rings with some of the purest whistling ever recorded. There's also a healthy dose of cynicism running through the 10 tracks with "Just Another Nervous Wreck." --Steve Gdula --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
A classic album from a classic Rock Band. Great service too from store..Published 7 months ago by Marco Macri
Sonically it is great. Blur rays seem to really stack up against SACD's IMHO. The album itself is what it is: some fun songs, a couple goodies and some that are forgettable. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Buddy
Over commercialized but, it brings back memories of a happier teenaged life.Published 14 months ago by amadan65
While playing it displays the track numbers with titles, and a picture of the album. The sound is very nice and there is 3 choice to use. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Sam Simpson
I didn't know if I would enjoy this, but a friend recommended it. I do enjoy it, and love the music...I play this when I need a lift, and feel like dancing.Published 20 months ago by flomac
I can only hear it on my blue ray player. my mistake. Was hoping to hear it in my car.Published 21 months ago by Al Froese