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    Myles B. Astor, PhD, Administrator
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  • #2
    I remember the first time I heard it. It was at a friend's who was about 5 years older than I and had a kick-ass system. He played the album on tape through either a TEAC or TASCAM (I think). Not sure if it was an original tape or that he dubbed the vinyl onto. Anyway, doesn't much matter as I was blown away and bought the LP the very next day.
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    • #3
      I saw PF perform DSOTM live (in surround sound) just before the LP was released. Best concert ever. I get a rush every time I hear it.
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      • ashandger
        ashandger commented
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        I am assuming you have the live version? if not then definitely worth getting.

    • #4
      In 1973 I was in music school studying and practicing for symphonic posterity. I didn't know that this album existed. Here I am at age 65 and I listen to it often and recognize it as a great achievement of pop music history. What comes round goes..............
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      • #5
        while I don't remember the album in 73, ( I was still in middle school ), I do remember the single "money" being played heavily on the radio at that time. I rediscovered the album about 5 years later and have been playing it heavily ever since. I have many versions including the 1981 mfsl UHQR LP edition. I heard DSOTM on a really high end system about two weeks ago, and I was really impressed, its a fantastic recording, sonically and musically.
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        • #6
          There is the story of the EMI executives who were listening to the DSOTM album through a high quality stereo system for the first time. They were shocked to hear the mutterings at the beginning of side 1 - didn't realize that there were f-bombs going off. Taught them the value of a hirez system! Larry
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          • #7
            What's everyone favorite version of DSOTM. Standard CBS. MOFI, Harvest, remastering, etc?
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            Senior Editor, Positive-Feedback.com
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            • rockitman
              rockitman commented
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              My 15 ips tape, then my Japan Toshiba Pro-Use LP is my favorite version. I don't have a first issue U.K. Version.

          • #8
            besides my 2 different 15ips 1/4" master dubs, which are both very good......if a little different from each other.......

            i'll choose my UHQR MoFi pressing. it 'out multi-channels' the multi-channel versions. I still have a sealed regular original MoFi 33rpm pressing I've never opened. the early 2000's (2004?) stereo pressing pretty much sucks.

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            • Johnny Vinyl
              Johnny Vinyl commented
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              In comparison to your 15ips tape and UHQR the 30th Anniversary (2003) might suck, but that is somewhat misleading. Compared to other standard vinyl releases it holds up extremely well. Personally I think it's a toss-up between it and the regular MFSL release. Of the pressings I have, the UK Harvest (Blue outline triangle) with A3/B3 matrix is my preferred copy.
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