In my humble opinion. A shame this record didn't sell a few million, it's that good. Buy this gem, you'll thank me. Give er', dunk!! Absolutely love this album, have been looking for it for a long time! Very good cd. Good album. See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. And this music was suited for the arenas: anthemic songs with bright breezy chorus' and a huge guitar riffs. Sometimes music should just be FUN. Lead singer Russ has a great voice with a huge range which compliments the guitar tone and the drums and bass form a solid backdrop but like a lot of '80s metal the production is 'thin', there's no 'punch' to the drums.
All the songs are catchy and you won't tire of them easily. Only the track 'Burn it Down' seems like filler hence only four stars. Their album titles 'Stand Tall' and 'Big Deal' a play on Dwarfs and each member adopting the surname Dwarf implied they were not wholly serious.
While this music is often bright and fun it's not stupid. I'd say it's for fans of Kix and Dokken. Report abuse. A underatted band great music ,great solos ,all you want in a metal band! I saw this band touring this album supporting Iron Maiden and I thought they blew Maiden of the stage! It sounds 80s but hey thats when the best metal music came out so do yourself a favour get this cd and dirty weapons you'll love it and what a great name for a band not 1 bad tune on this its all good.
Some indielabels have really nice designs where the colored vinyl is beautifully intergrated with the artwork on the sleeve. Although I would still prefer black if it is availabe. Great read. Clear vinyl should always be cheaper than black and colors, yet it often gets priced higher in stores, and often this is paired with smaller pressing numbers. This highlights the real reason pricing pressings on Discogs is crapshoot:.
Prior to this resurgence, perhaps you can justify talking as if most buyers were educated on this point. The issue is marketing and the ignorance of vinyl buyers brought in on the resurgence wave. People are getting marketed out of more money for absolutely no reason. Color has zero to do with it anymore. For some, the gimmick is the best part, and fair enough. I recommend googling the subject, there are many vinyl manufacturers online that will literally grade the typical degradation in sound by their color.
Personally, I rip all of my vinyl using a certain turntable with a certain head cartridge with a certain tone arm and a certain platter using a certain pre-amp. Do you listen to vinyl rips on Flac? Or do you like any Flac compression? It was mentioned by another user earlier that all colors are dependent upon the quality of the pressing as well, so your argument may reflect this.
Even black vinyl can sound like crap if not pressed correctly. It definitely seems a large number of these colored variants get bought in quantity so sellers can then flip them for a higher price. Thanks for those examples, those are awesome.
It ceases to be about the music and becomes a race to just collect stuff. Oh boy. I can understand that black vinyl would have less noise then colored or picture discs.
But records for me are a fun way of listening to music, which is why I still buy and play them. If you want to buy black, then buy black. If you want a little color, then go for the colors. I therefore cannot comment on the quality. It just never seemed important to me, though to seek a different color. The colored vinyl phenomena is most certainly gimmickry. However, it happens to be gimmickry I love. Besides, most music is produced digitally now anyways which relates back to my first point.
Buying records is not merely a listening experience, but also an exercise in collecting. The beauty of the artifact is as much a part of a record as the content. I love beauty. I love beautiful music, beautiful people, and beautiful objects. Colored editions are not my exclusive choice every time, but they are fun when available.
Music is an experience and trying to collect experiences in a physical form is silly. Yet we do it obsessively. If you enjoy what you are doing, you might as well have fun. Given the degradation in quality of black pellets in the last 20 years, perhaps the colored variants are now on-par? I own a few coloured vinyl but I prefer black; it just feels like the real deal to me. Then you get to the point of ridiculousness with albums like [m] — if the numbers on discogs are to be believed copies on vinyl are in existence — are picture discs; a whopping on various colours and patterns and only on black!
I completely disagree that it sounds inferior. That said I agree with your point that it seems that people care less about the music and more about the variant. People can do whatever they want with their money, but it seems that newer collectors are also looking at it as more of an investment than about the music as well.
I have a mix of black and coloured vinyl. I love both. I hear no difference between them at all. Most of my more expensive coloured ones have been awesome presents actually. W T. Les classement single. GfK Entertainment Charts. March 22, Retrieved May 24, Dutch Top Single Top Top 40 Singles. Swiss Singles Chart. December 31, Retrieved July 19, Roppongi, Tokyo : Oricon Charts.
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