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Posted by pegotico on 10-24-2009 at15:03:

  question about alarma chronicles

Im curious as I have seen different recordings of the same album with problems, example shotgun angel M8 release has problems!!

I saw on forum a problem on vox humana which seems to be fix on the one on the webstore.

But here is the question do the alarma chronicles have some sort of problem (any?) in terms of flaws and or quality issues? Im a newbie here!!!

Also how do the alarma chronicles compare to the original 4 cds? in terms of quality in recording?

Posted by Ritchie_az on 10-24-2009 at15:54:


If you are talking about the Alarma Chronicles Book Set, Vox Humana is split between two cds (because there are four albums on three cds), but the quality sounds fine to me.

Posted by Audiori J on 10-24-2009 at19:56:


The original Vox Humana CD was done cheap and had tracking issues, the one in the webstore currently is corrected. As for as quality goes, the Vox Humana CD is not an extended version like the Anniversary reissue of the first Daniel Amos album, its more of a bare bones version that was put out simply because someone who will remain nameless at this point was bootlegging the CD. The quality is good, but there are no extras with it.

Posted by pegotico on 10-24-2009 at23:26:


yep i bought the one on the webstore several days ago as it was a very nice deal. I wish there could be many others available from DA

Posted by dennis on 10-25-2009 at02:48:


The thing about iAlarma! is this...

It's a brain drain overload laid out on the reel to reel..

Posted by Ritchie_az on 10-25-2009 at02:51:


The warning of the after life the after birth
And telling how we feel

Posted by Audiori J on 10-26-2009 at08:57:


We have looked at ways of getting the Alarma bookset back in print, we could do a softcover version possibly.

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