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2112 [CD + 5.1 Audio DVD Deluxe Edition]

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2112 [CD + 5.1 Audio DVD Deluxe Edition]

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  • Record Label: Mercury
  • Catalog#: 06025 3715015
  • Country Of Release: Nld
  • Year Of Release: 2012
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FinallyI've been waiting for a quality remastering of this title ever since MOFI teased us all with it years ago. That promise however, did not pan out. "2112" was one of my favorite party lps back in the day, so I'm very familiar with it. Upon unpacking this record, what was very noticeable is the sheen this lp has. The lp is perfectly flat and is extremely quiet. The hologram in the dead wax on the second side is cool.Listening didn't reveal any major breakthroughs. I wasn't "blown away" as I had hoped I would be. I will say there is a noticeable clarity and more ambient information than I recall from past decades of listening. There is nothing new in the bass. Still, I highly recommend this pressing if you're a Rush fan and the price is really very reasonable for the quality you receive with this latest 200 gr. pressing.Revision: After more listening I realized that I let my personal wants get in the way of what I heard. I'm changing the star rating on sonics to a 5. The bass isn't mind blowing but nice and taught and more full than on previous issues.Artist 5 starsContent 5 starsSonics 4.5 stars4an energized, explosive, intergalactic albumThere's a rare, dynamic, and magical energy in 2112 that stimulates, excites, and takes hold of the listener from the beginning of the Overture until the end of the Grand Finale. Lee, Lifeson, and Peart's incredible chemistry, musicianship, intuitive talents, and creative musical turns bring arresting, changing atmospheres, all of which adds depth to the recording, making for a compelling listen. Any hard rock (esp. prog-oriented) aficionado who appreciates artists/musicians with a singular vision will likely embrace the first half of the album with eagerness and enthusiasm*. However, what follows "2112" is a little less inspired, namely "A Passage to Bangkok", which is not only a bit pointless and out of place, but contains a stereotypically corny Asian ditty that repeats itself a few times throughout the song. Lifeson's driven guitar solo during mid-song is what keeps it from being a dud. "The Twilight Zone" and "Lessons" are more in keeping with the album's theme, even if they happen to be traditionally-structured songs. The first, aptly named, possesses a shadowy quality with a mystic touch while the second is a lighter, infectious groove-based rambler. "Tears" is undoubtedly 2112's surprise stunner, a gorgeous, heartfelt ballad tenderly rendered by Lee. The final piece, "Something for Nothing", brings back the spirit of "2112" as it builds up into something fully-charged with a bridge that sets one up for a powerful chorus, but what one hears instead sounds a bit lazy and inadequate. Nevertheless, 2112 brings far more enjoyment and warrants more repeat plays than any hard rock fan could imagine.* There's always a probability that the shrill and occasionally hyper vocals of Geddy Lee will prove to be too much of an obstacle in the way of enjoying not just 2112, but any Rush album.4One Of The Best Albums Ever Made2112 is an album like no other. This album is the perfect fusion of prog rock and hard rock, by one of the greatest bands of all time. Alex Lifeson's guitar playing tells a story and conveys emotion, Geddy Lee brings the bass to the front of the band's sound, as well as some amazing vocal performance and synth, and last but definitely not least, Neil Peart's absolutely insane drumming demonstrates incredible technical skill, as well as thought-out and carefully crafted rhythms.The album opens with 2112; a 20-minute long prog masterpiece that tells the story of a man who discovers a guitar in a society without creativity and freedom. He presents his discovery to the heads of society, who destroy it in fury. Returning to his horrible life, the man sees a thriving society with music and joy in a dream. Waking up, he takes his own life, unable to carry on anymore. The instrumentation in 2112 fits with the song's story perfectly. The beginning of the song opens with sci-fi-ish noises that morph into an exploding guitar sound meant to paint the picture of war and the society the protagonist lives in. Things quiet down, as the protagonist finds the guitar. And, well it sounds like someone finding a guitar, which is great. As the protagonist presents it to the heads of society, the song abruptly shifts styles in the best way possible. When the protagonist is speaking, the music is joyful and hopeful, but when the priests respond, the exploding guitar and harsh vocals return, but then cut back to joy and happiness when it's the protagonists turn again. This results in a wailing guitar solo meant to symbolize the priests destroying the man's guitar, which perfectly represents what it set out to do. As the protagonist leaves the temples, the style changes to something quieter, that perfectly resembles night time and going to sleep. The moment he drifts off to sleep though, we're greeted with another abrupt musical change. This fits well, because it represents how sudden the start or end of a dream can be. In the dream, we hear the first segment of the song repeated, but changed in a way so that it's familiar and recognizable, but represents something different, such as the alternate reality the protagonist sees in the dream. When he wakes up and take his own life, the music is heavy and emotional, just like it should be. And then the song closes out with another exploding style, meant to symbolize the start of another war, similar to the beginning of the song. And thus side 1 ends. What a song.Side two doesn't continue or add to the story of side one, but instead presents some shorter, but equally good tracks.A Passage to Bangkok is kind of a strangely themed song for a band like Rush, but it's nevertheless good. It's got a great hard rock style, and is a welcome contribution to the album.The Twilight Zone is probably the worst song on the album, but as far as music in general goes, it's still good. When you compare it to the other tracks on the album though, it's just not as good. It's lyrics don't mean much and it's just one of those songs that you will probably skip after your first listen or two.Lessons brings back the Rush style from earlier albums, specifically Fly By Night. This song is fantastic, with great instrumentation and musicianship (as always with Rush), and a really great vocal performance.Tears is a slower, more acoustic-based song with meaningful lyrics that make it another welcome addition to the album. Great song.And, the album ends with Something For Nothing, a song similar to Lessons that brings back that Fly By Night style.2112 is one of the most influential and important albums ever made. It's a great showcase of phenomenal instrument playing, musicianship, attention to detail, songwriting, and most importantly; telling a story with out explicitly stating what that story is. Everyone should hear this album at least once in their lifetimes, and if you like it, well buy the CD!5Worth the price of entryThe remastered CD sounds great to my ears. Checked the dynamic range on it and it is still good DR10 to DR12 on every track. The cover CD is excellent. Alice in Chains should release the whole 2112 album in my opinion. Their singers voice is great for Rush songs. The other bands did great cover songs too. The DVD is a gem for fans. It is nowhere near blu-ray quality audio or video. The vocals are not even mixed that well and come across too loud sometimes. But, for a fan it is great to have this footage of Alex, Geddy and Neil from back in the 1970s.5A Masterpiece from the Last Great Rock TrioIt all comes together as things go from weird to downright bizarre as the band records and FU to their record company, and, low and behold, it becomes not only a rock masterpiece but the very rare instance where science fiction and rock music merge in joy instead of in the much more easily predicted schlock such a marriage suggests. If you thought rock was about the garbage a computer-generated playlist spits out at you from classic rock radio stations, this will be a revelation. It's an absolute classic, it rocks, and even when synthesizers lead, the result is so much more profound, interesting, and soulful then 99% of what was being pressed and distributed at the time, it feels like a great weight has been lifted off the listeners shoulders as it did when this masterpiece first appeared and as it still does with a fresh listen today.5Special memory'sIf your a Rush fan, odds are you already know this is one of their masterpieces. Also, one of the greatest hard/ prog rock masterpieces of all time.For those of you on the fence about purchasing this that already have a copy of 2112, get it. Why? Because of the bonus video mainly. Seeing and hearing this band in their youth, young and hungry playing their hearts out. It has tracks from Fly By Night, Caress of Steel and 2112 of course.The bonus disk is cool with the covers. The highlight covers are clearly by Steven Wilson ( Twilight Zone) and Alice In Chains ( Tears).The original album itself seems to have a bit better sound but I thought the 1997 version sounded good anyway. In other words, you can only improve a song so much based off of the original recording and production. The main thing is, it still has good seperation on not compressed.Now for a little background based on my title of the review. I was 10 when 2112 was released. I first heard it when I was 12 or 13 most likely as I was getting into harder rock around 78, 79.I have a good friend of mine who has several older brothers. When we got to those early teenage years, we put down the toys more often and got into his brothers albums. We were enticed to some wonderful classic rock( well classic now) and discovered a whole new world that still effects my love for music to this day.We discovered Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Lynyrd Skynyrd and many others including Rush.I remember clearly, ( even though I don't remember what I had for breakfast today) the first time I heard 2112 was not on vinyl, but 8 track tape. My friends mom made one of his brothers give us a ride somewhere. So there we were in the back seat with our heads near those 6x9 speakers. His brother looks at us from the rear view mirror with a smile and says, " check this out you little dorks". and commences to blast that keyboard opening to the 2112 suite. Then allowing it to play through until the temple of syrinx was complete. He turned it down and asked what we thought. We both responded enthusiastically that we just heard some of the best music ever and wanted more, and we got to as we completed side one. We then got to our destination and we were dissapointed we couldn't finish the album until later. But when we finally did at a later time, it was like discovering prehistoric fire for the first time to a 12 year old. Special memory.5Classic RUSHNot really much to say here. This is really good! I already knew that when I ordered the CD. I bought this vinyl LP way back when I was a kid. My very first record. Still have it. I had almost forgotten just how good this album really is. Wicked heavy metal rock baby! This stuff will make your ears bleed and ask for more more. The good stuff from way back. Still bums me they had to call it quits. "And The Meek Shall Inherit The Earth"5NO DVD-Audio disc is included. DVD 5.1 onlyThe foggy description defining which INCLUDED audio resolution you actually get led to my disappointment.This masterpiece deserves no less than DVD-Audio, Blu-ray, or other lossless CODEC. The 16 bit CD is OK for playing on cheap auto stereos but it is of no interest to me.I waited many years for the remastering of this work. Regardless of which classic music artists considered from this special era, high resolution high sampling rates and excellent sound systems showcase these works of art like they deserve. Its amazing what a difference remastering makes to the eager ear.I love 5.1 surround DVD-Audio (or SACD) high resolution music. The Oppo disc player is excellent at playing these formats - (as well as BD s).The advertising on Amazon s music products has always been so darn confusing - perhaps since most average Joes don t care about added res, frequency/ dynamic range, or sampling bits.But to anyone who buys music for its sound quality, (rather than the comic books or posters included in the sleeves) and then invests in the equipment to faithfully reproduce it - THESE THINGS ARE CRITICAL.The sleeve of THIS set shows details for a CD, and a DVD - but also instructs the user on selecting DVD-Audio formatted tracks on compatible players (the language is vague and even encrypted, actually worded as if a vehicle is being driven - rather than an audio disc being played.But clearly it speaks of DVD-A formatting, even specifying 96KHz/24 bit resolution.But in THIS set, there are ONLY 2 discs. AND ALTHOUGH THE INCLUDED DVD is 5.1 surround sound - IT IS NOT RECORDED IN DVD-Audio, but is 24 bit/@48 KHz, (only half of the sampling rate of 96 KHz). I wish that had been made clear.The DVD included sounds pretty good - (far better than the 16 bit 44 KHz Redbook CD) ....BUT it is NOT even close to the resolution/quality of true DVD-A, (or SACD OR Blu-Ray - which are basically all equal in their hi-res audio quality).So if any of you are audiophiles wondering about exactly what the audio tracks provided with this set - be aware. I am not knocking it - it is what it is.I will be keeping mine because other than the old analog vinyl, I don t have another disc of this particular work. But I wish someone had defined it for me the way I did for you!3HD stereo is worth the price...5.1 mix? Not so much.This is for the basic two disc set.It s a nice package with a quality remaster of the original stereo mix on both discs but the high resolution stereo mix on the bluray is VERY good indeed, however IMO the 5.1 surround mix is pretty meh. It s ok I suppose but the soundfield is basically just an mild echo effect in a large space with little to no directionality on the bulk of 2112, the five other tracks fair a little better in the surround mix but frankly I would just stick with the Hi-Rez stereo mix because it just sounds great.The one thing I don t particularly like is the comic presentation throughout the music, it s a nice extra feature but I wish there was a way to turn it off and just listen to the music with lyrics displayed or something as it plays along with all of the mixes no matter what you do. Just fork it through your stereo/receiver without the TV on and you ll be good. Overall it s a good remaster for the original stereo presentation but if you re hoping for an immersive surround presentation to show off your system then you re going to be disappointed.Worth the money for the basic 2 disc set (I got it for 26.95, not sure I d recommend it for any higher than that) but just barely.4Damaged collectable product with useless download codeJust received today. 1st time Amazon has disappointed me...album cover is significantly bet on the upper right corner, though no apparent damage to albums themselves. Ruins what would otherwise be a great packaged product. In addition, the site provided on the included download card is not functional, so I am not able to download the MP4 tracks....overall not a good experience for a product I was really looking forward too...I've been buying a fair amount of vinyl on Amazon but am re-thinking that....Edit #1: Improved to three stars as Download Codes site now is operational.3
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