1. "Last Ninja 3" 2. "Lightforce" 3. "The Last V8" 4. "Supremacy" 5. "Shades" 6. "8 Bits" 7. "Mindkiller" 8. "The Last Ninja" 9. "I Love 64" 10. "We Cannot Go Back To The Past" 11. "Whatever Mattered"
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I picked this up at the record-store last friday (the day it was released) :
Fleetwood Mac continue to re-release their classic albums. So, after Rumours (1977) and Tusk (1979), it was time for Mirage (1982) to get the Super Deluxe treatment.
Disc 1 is the original album, newly remastered. Disc 2 has outtakes, demos, and alternate versions. Disc 3 has live recordings from their 1982 tour, including Rhiannon and Go Your Own Way. Disc 4 is an audio-only dvd. And, of course, a heavyweight vinyl repress is included as well.
The next in line will be Tango In The Night (1987), but personally i would prefer to see Fleetwood Mac's self-titled 1975 album get the Super Deluxe treatment some day !
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Recently released 3CD set, labeled as "the holy grail of GD shows".. Yeah, i don't know about that, as they've promoted the Sunshine Daydream release much in the same way a couple of years ago.. but it's an excellent show nonetheless. Sublime playing overall, and several long jams on discs 2 and 3.
Great choices here. Trainspotting is one of the all-time favorite movie soundtracks; excellent choice of songs, including a good # of '80's tracks. Though the film came out in the '90's, I think it's supposed to be either set in the '80's - or at least has an '80's tone/feel/vibe. Also worth checking out is the 2nd Trainspotting soundtrack, which has a lot of songs missing from the first.
"Mirage" (1982) is a great Fleetwood Mac album. I feel that two albums FM came out with in the '80's are fairly underappreciated/underrated, since a lot of fans are more inclined to their '70's work.
Going along with this, "Tango in the Night" (1987) is my favorite FM album - I was in high school when this was released, and remember hearing the songs on the radio at the time. Excellent art cover & fantastic songs - listening to the album brings to mind summer nights in the '80's - and cruising around at night while listening to the radio. Many/most of the songs seem to have a late night, summer feel to them, and IMHO the album is best appreciated when listened to in the evenings:
"Isn't it Midnight" is one of my favorite songs from the album: