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23/10/2012 17:56 GMT

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' Sorry it's been almost THREE YEARS since I've been here, the LP transfer wasn't entirely satisfactory and I intend on doing a better one.

I managed to get a hold of an original 1973 "Sing Songs From The Goodies" and can confirm that the 1976 "World Of The Goodies" LP uses the same master stampers as the original.

I had heard an mp3 rip of the '73 LP that sounded better than my '76 LP and went on a wild goose chase to find a nice copy. Turns out they're the same, except my friend's turntable wasn't as great as he had made out, which caused a big imbalance between the channels and a little bit of distortion.

As I've finally got my own excellent turntable and cartridge I can do a rip to my standards!!

Once again, sorry for the wait!


Are you able to upload in .flac or .wav?

 
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07/03/2012 04:13 GMT

Sorry it's been almost THREE YEARS since I've been here, the LP transfer wasn't entirely satisfactory and I intend on doing a better one.

I managed to get a hold of an original 1973 "Sing Songs From The Goodies" and can confirm that the 1976 "World Of The Goodies" LP uses the same master stampers as the original.

I had heard an mp3 rip of the '73 LP that sounded better than my '76 LP and went on a wild goose chase to find a nice copy. Turns out they're the same, except my friend's turntable wasn't as great as he had made out, which caused a big imbalance between the channels and a little bit of distortion.

As I've finally got my own excellent turntable and cartridge I can do a rip to my standards!!

Once again, sorry for the wait!

 
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04/04/2009 07:45 GMT

yeah thanks heaps!!

 
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04/04/2009 03:45 GMT

thanks so much Laservampire

 
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02/04/2009 21:22 GMT

Great news - thanks, Laservampire (and friend  )

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02/04/2009 00:28 GMT

My friend has finished the transfer and he says it's as clean as a whistle! No surface noise at all!

I'll pick it up this Saturday so I'll upload it for everyone very very soon.

(In lossless .flac format for the best quality)

 
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25/03/2009 21:55 GMT

Sorry it's taken so long, but I had to wait for the record store's LP cleaning machine to get fixed, as I want this to be the best sounding "World Of The Goodies" possible!

The LP is now at my friend's place and he's going to transfer it this week

 
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04/01/2009 19:56 GMT

Luvly! Ta, newbie.

 
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31/12/2008 19:37 GMT

Thanks, Laservampire, that's very kind of you!

 
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29/12/2008 13:58 GMT

I just found myself a MINT unplayed copy of "The World Of The Goodies" and I'm in the process of getting a friend to transfer it to CD for me on his audiophile grade turntable.

Once it's all done I'll post a lossless .flac copy for everyone here to enjoy!

 

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