Discussion in 'Other Music' started by chris2, Dec 23, 2014.
Artist in the Ambulance - Revisited dropped today.
Ordered a copy. It sounds SO good.
Same, just bought it digitally yesterday. It's amazing. I love the cleaner sound. Now you can finally hear all the little details.
Dustin's voice has aged like fine wine. I liked the original, but now it's perfect.
Awesome they did this, and they really pulled it off!
I'm in the opinion that the tracks that benefit the most from this new recording are the ones which relied more on groove, or were just globally heavier. For example, Paper Tigers, Hoods on Peregrine, or The Abolition Of Man. Dustin raspier, rougher delivery, and the space between the instruments seems to work better for those songs
On the other side, for the songs that were leaning more on the "alt pop punk" side of things (All That's Left, The Artist in the Ambulance), I think the old recordings still win. It's probably due to the style of those songs. They seemed to be a better fit for a bunch of 20 years old rocking out, full of adrenaline and stuff.
In all cases, great release.
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