|ojotigre||Fecha: Viernes, 2013-10-04, 9:47 AM | Mensaje # 1|
|RUSH - Vapor Trails Remixed (2013) |
One of the most controversial records by long-standing Canadian legends RUSH, "Vapor Trails", originally appeared in 2002, has been completely
Remixed and just released on Atlantic/Rhino Records.
The album, the band’s first in six years at that point, sported mixes
that were loud & brash, and a horrible, distorted mastering job,
having been held up as a prime example in the 'loudness war'.
"Vapor Trails Remix 2013" now truly sounds like a Rush album, with
crystal-clear production values that live up to the sonic standard Rush
has set on so many previous recordings.
The band realized about the terrible sound of the album not too long after it was originally released.
“Vapor Trails was an album made under difficult and emotional circumstances – sort of like Rush learning how to be Rush again – and as
a result, mistakes were made that we have longed to correct” says Geddy Lee.
He summed up his feelings about the record when he stated that although he felt Vapor Trails was an “imperfect piece of work that got out there,” but he still believes that the songs were very strong and a huge
catalyst to a welcoming audience that made the album and the following
tour become rousing successes for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band.
Producer David Botrill has helmed the task of the remixing, and the end
result is something that all Rush members are pleased with.
No doubt fans will be too, whether they discover "Vapor Trails" for the
first time via this new release or hear a sonic reimagining of a record
they've already heard for more than a decade now.
Every track has been given a new life, from the fire of ‘One Little
Victory,’ ‘Secret Touch,’ and ‘Ceiling Unlimited’ to the melodic
musicality of ‘Sweet Miracle’ and ‘How It Is’, these songs have been
There was no re-recording or performance correction done on "Vapor
Trails Remix 2013". The reason 'new' details may seem to have appeared
in those songs is due to the fact the multi-tracks were properly revised
so parts either muted or turned down in the original mixes may shine
through differently now.
"Vapor Trails Remix 2013", indeed, sounds like a 'new' record.
With the fresh remix the mud is gone, there's crisp bass lines
completely obscured before, the guitars are more potent, and Geddy's
vocals are so much clearer that they don't have to compete with the rest
of the instruments.
The remixed version of Vapor Trails will also be included in the new
7-disc boxed set RUSH: THE STUDIO ALBUMS 1989-2007, which features every
studio album Rush recorded for Atlantic Records.
01 - One Little Victory
02 - Ceiling Unlimited
03 - Ghost Rider
04 - Peaceable Kingdom
05 - The Stars Look Down
06 - How It Is
07 - Vapor Trail
08 - Secret Touch
09 - Earthshine
10 - Sweet Miracle
11 - Nocturne
12 - Freeze (Part IV of Fear)
13 - Out Of The Cradle
Geddy Lee / Vocals, Bass, Keyboards
Alex Lifeson / Guitars
Neil Peart / Drums, Percussion
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|jarpomarx||Fecha: Viernes, 2013-10-04, 10:13 AM | Mensaje # 2|
|Gracias, Ojotigre. A ver qué tal la remezcla.
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|mariano_gds||Fecha: Martes, 2013-10-22, 0:01 AM | Mensaje # 3|
|No entiendo que sentido tiene 'aclarar' este disco si lo lindo que tenia era la obscuridad ? En fin, gracias y bajando !
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|Sorrow||Fecha: Martes, 2013-10-22, 6:13 PM | Mensaje # 4|
No entiendo que sentido tiene 'aclarar' este disco si lo lindo que tenia era la obscuridad ? En fin, gracias y bajando !
Copio y pego ( En inglés )
The production of Vapor Trails has been criticized by critics and fans alike because of the album's "loud" sound quality. Albums such
as this have been mastered so loud that additional digital distortion is
generated during the production of the CD. The trend, known as the loudness war, has become very common on modern rock CDs.As told by Rip Rowan on the ProRec website, the damaged production is the result of overly compressed (clipped) audio levels during mastering, though Rush has stated that there was digital distortion during
recording, which also contributed to the damage. Remastering the album
would not correct the damage from digital distortion that was introduced
during recording, but it could correct the other, more destructive
damage that is the result of overly compressing the audio during
|pacomoyote||Fecha: Miércoles, 2013-10-23, 0:24 AM | Mensaje # 5|
|buena aportación. gracias por el disco.