Roger Waters – Amused To Death


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Analogue Productions

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AAPP 468761




200 Gram Vinyl Record

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200 Gram

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  • Now even more applicable to current times than its creation era!
  • Mastered from the original analog tapes to high-resolution digital by James Guthrie and Joel Plante. Lacquers cut by Bernie Grundman.
  • QSoundTM "surround sound — Every cricket chirp and dog bark in stellar detail!
  • 200-gram gatefold double LP pressed at Quality Record Pressings!

“In some ways, this is even better than The Wall. Waters got a lot of top performers to play on the album, usually behind his singing and speaking of the lyrics …. Guitarist Jeff Beck is heard frequently in the album, with his special virtuosity on eight of the tracks. … (Waters is) certainly at his cynical best here – and without him Pink Floyd — never mind the general doom and gloom — wouldn’t have been the top rock group it is and was.” — Audiophile Audition, Jan. 12, 2016.

“Despite the bombast and conceit, this long-time audiophile favorite sounds outstanding in this 200-gram vinyl edition. Back in the day you needed some pretty heady drugs to make DSOTM sound this good, and the stellar line-up of musicians, with Jeff Beck on eight tracks, makes for a pharmaceutical-free audiophile amusement ride. The LP surfaces are dead quiet too, allowing you to hear every nuance of cricket chirp and dog bark.” Recording = 9.5/10; Music = 8.5/10 – Dennis D. Davis, Hi-Fi +, Issue 128

“I have the original double vinyl issue of this, that until recently went for upwards of $600, and this reissue beats that one in every possible way … The QSoundTM “surround sound” is more intensely drawn, dynamics are staggering, deep bass is monumental and the depth and width of the cinematic soundstage is beyond that of every other record I can think of in my collection. The 200g QRP pressing I got (sealed) was perfectly quiet and flat and after sitting through all four sides I felt as if I’d experienced a 3D IMAX movie, only with greater sonic intensity and dimensionality.” — Music = 9/11; Sound = 11/11 — Michael Fremer, Read the whole review here.

“Even if you have one of the original issue vinyl LPs, the new version of Amused to Death on the Analogue Productions label is an essential upgrade to your listening experience. Like The Division Bell and The Endless River vinyl LPs before it, Analogue Productions has kept their commitment for quality meticulously high with Amused to Death. The record pressing is uniformly excellent…” Paul Powell Jr., Brain Damage U.K. Pink Floyd News, August 2015.

An unblinking look at an entertainment-obsessed society, Amused to Death addresses issues that have only grown in complexity and urgency over the past two decades. With Amused to Death, Roger Waters sounded the alarm about a society increasingly — and unthinkingly — in thrall to its television screens. Twenty-three years later, Amused to Death speaks to our present moment in ways that could scarcely have been anticipated two decades ago. In 2015, television is just one option in an endless array of distractions available to us anytime, anywhere, courtesy of our laptops, tablets and smartphones. With eyes glued to our screens, the dilemmas and injustices of the real world can easily recede from view.

The 2015 2 LP 200-gram vinyl edition of Amused to Death features remastered audio completed by longtime Roger Waters / Pink Floyd collaborator and co-producer, James Guthrie, and has been pressed at Quality Record Pressings. The cover and gatefold art has been updated for 2015 by Sean Evans, the creative director of Waters’ 2010-2013 “The Wall Live” tour and movie.

 Side 1
  • The Ballad of Bill Hubbard
  • What God Wants, Part I
  • Perfect Sense, Part I
  • Perfect Sense, Part II
Side 2
  • The Bravery of Being Out of Range
  • Late Home Tonight, Part I
  • Late Home Tonight, Part II
  • Too Much Rope
  • What God Wants, Part II
Side 3
  •  What God Wants, Part III
  • Watching TV
  • Three Wishes
Side 4
  • It’s A Miracle
  • Amused To Death
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