EMI Music for Pleasure CD comps - If you ever see one used, grab it while you can. Best sounding redbook CD's on the market, evah! They are from the mid to late 80s, and each one is a 20 tracker, compiling the best of some of EMI's finest acts. Including Sinatra, whom they licensed from Capitol. EMI never got lured into the loudness wars, but round about 1990 and the McCartney remasters, they started to use NoNoise, sucking the life out of the music - well, almost. Still, we/I buy the EMI's from 1990 onwards, too - who can say no to Searchers or Shadows in glorious mono?
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