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Baton Rouge – Shake your soul [1990]

■ Genre: Hard Rock/Hair Metal
■ Audio Format: FLAC level 8, v1.2.1 / mp3 VBR V0, LAME v3.99.5
■ Included: nfo, log, sfv, m3u, Booklet, CD, Tray card
■ Playing Time: 00:42:35
■ Size: 299,62 MB/88,69 MB
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  1. Adrian666
    October 16th, 2008 at 17:35 | #1

    -21grams, can you specify the source CD of this rip?
    Is it the original Atlantic release, or that dreadful Wounded Bird re-issue?
    Thanks in advance.

  2. October 16th, 2008 at 20:05 | #2

    Adrian666 :

    -21grams, can you specify the source CD of this rip?
    Is it the original Atlantic release, or that dreadful Wounded Bird re-issue?
    Thanks in advance.

    Funny you mention this. I was under the impression that the whole purpose of reissues was to enhance the original recordings’ quality 🙂
    Can you be more specific? What exactly is wrong with Wounded Bird?
    In any case, I only have the (original) tape edition NOT the CD (for the time being that is), so I’ll have to contact the person [Demon’s Eye Music Forum member] who uploaded in the first place in torrent form and get back to you.
    Thanks for bringing it up, I’m about to buy all 3 Baton Rouge albums…

  3. Adrian666
    October 17th, 2008 at 17:30 | #3

    I also have this and their 2nd album on cassette.
    A good friend of mine has the Wounded Bird reissue of the sophomore album, and he told me that the insert is merely a single page – no lyrics either!
    The artwork was supposedly scanned from the vinyl sleeve or the original CD edition. And the sound has definitely NOT been remastered.
    Needless to say, this is not an improvement…

    Wounded Bird typically put minimum effort in their work, they’re just another budget label or worse. As such they cannot be compared to say Rock Candy known for classy -in all aspects- reissues.
    My suggestion: Go for the original Atlantic pressing even if it is harder to find [in case you didn’t know, Wounded Bird has licence rights of Atlantic’s back catalogue]
    I don’t have many Wounded Bird titles in my collection…
    Just two Virginia Wolf albums (with Jason Bonham – first time issued on CD, so I didn’t really have an alternative), three Vandenberg (because I simply can’t afford the extravagantly priced Japanese imports) and two Streets (again, Wounded Bird was the first and only label to officially release them on CD, so I had no choice)

  4. December 14th, 2008 at 22:30 | #4

    Good news everyone, my order -the original Atlantic pressing– has arrived!
    Dig in 😉

    Baton Rouge at Wikipedia
    “Shake your soul” at RateYourMusic
    “Shake your soul” at Discogs

    Record Label: Atlantic
    Catalogue Number: 7 82073-2
    UPC: 075678207327
    Mastering SID Code: n/a
    Matrix/Runout: 3 82073-2 RE-1 SRC-01 M2 S9
    Mould SID Code: n/a

    01. Doctor [3:41]
    02. Walks like a woman [3:54]
    03. Big trouble [3:23]
    04. It’s about time [4:00]
    05. Bad time comin’ down [4:02]
    06. The midge [Instrumental] [1:00]
    07. Baby’s so cool [3:33]
    08. Young hearts [4:19]
    09. Melenie [3:43]
    10. There was a time (The storm) [4:12]
    11. Hot blood movin’ [3:30]
    12. Spread like fire [3:17]
    *Legal Disclaimer*

    Re-ripped 22/04/2013

    FLAC CD-rip nfo
    FLAC level 8 | v1.2.1 [1fichier.com]
    FLAC level 8 | v1.2.1 [Mega.co.nz]

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    CRC32: d9c47324
    MD5: 7b3e4516bd450573fd02366bb1b55871
    SHA-1: ec2791040a43728c82bd51f379381f141f36e6b1

    mp3 CD-rip nfo
    mp3 VBR V0 | LAME v3.99.5 [Mega.co.nz]
    mp3 VBR V0 | LAME v3.99.5 [Solidfiles.com]

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    CRC32: 44cf1658
    MD5: 629822152693e50ea9f232c5e15b6e16
    SHA-1: 56a24600ca243787d3027c6ca560cc0b0a1cdce8

  5. December 15th, 2008 at 01:50 | #5

    Very happy to have found this! These guys were some of the best entries of the 90s Hard Rock scene.
    I’d really like to get my hands on “Lights out on the playground” & anything else they did.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  6. adrian666
    December 15th, 2008 at 16:05 | #6

    Congratulations! Looks like you found the right version…
    Everyone, avoid the reissue, hehehe 🙂

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