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    Could anyone finally confirm - is this from Latham or from Capitol sessions?
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    Default Replacement Disc!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Hi
    Just picked up my copy from a store, yes, they still exist here in Australia! Was told there is a replacement disc for Obfusc/ation CD - Obscured by Clouds Remix and they would take my details and let me know when it is in.

    Opened the box a replacement disc has already been slipped in the carton. The mislabeled disc is a 2016 stereo remix of Live at Pompeii, we get to keep it as a bonus!

    Did anyone else have this issue? Get the bonus?

    I've looked through the last half a dozen pages of the thread since people have started getting their copies (wasn't going to go through all 120 odd pages) and no body has mentioned it, sorry if I'm going over old ground.

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    Yep, mine came with an additional disc containing OBC (Pompeii was accidentally shipped in the 1972 set). I believe all boxes have the replacement included already.

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    Went right for the Pompeii BD just so I could see with my own eyes. The audio is nice but I miss the 4:3 aspect ratio. I know this has been beaten to death but I will never watch this disc again unfortunately. I really dislike the way they started right off with CwtAE instead of bookending Echoes. Wtf

    They left KQED as 4:3 which is a relief (why not Pompeii?). It does look and sound stunning too by the way!

    AHM in 4.0 sounds extra delicious. During APB with my eyes closed I feel like I'm literally in the kitchen. Marmalade, I like marmalade. I think I'll be having a few frosty beverages this evening...
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    One question I haven't seen answered: Do the Blu-rays have all of the audio in 24/96 or are they just duplicates of the DVDs?
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    Mine did as well

    Quote Originally Posted by Beechwoods View Post
    Yep, mine came with an additional disc containing OBC (Pompeii was accidentally shipped in the 1972 set). I believe all boxes have the replacement included already.

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    The blu-rays duplicate the DVDs in HD. The only audio only items on the DVD/Blu rays are the AHM album quad mix + Echoes quad mix.
    Other than those 2 items, and the 5.1 Pompeii mix that accompanies that video, there's no other high-res or multi-channel as far as I can tell.

    The CDs and the DVD/Blu-rays have almost completely separate content.

    Quote Originally Posted by movement View Post
    One question I haven't seen answered: Do the Blu-rays have all of the audio in 24/96 or are they just duplicates of the DVDs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by buffalofloyd View Post
    They left KQED as 4:3 which is a relief (why not Pompeii?).
    My guess is to further distinguish it from the eventual standalone release.

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    Any comments on how Scream Thy Last Scream sounds on the set?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marksturdy View Post
    Any comments on how Scream Thy Last Scream sounds on the set?
    If you turn up the volume it sounds loud, decrease the volume and it becomes softer.
    Sorry - couldn't resist.

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