5.1 DTS Music Disc
DTS Music Disc
This album features the greatest hits from The Police's legendary career. Sting, Andy Summers, and Stweart Copeland released their first album in 1977. Taking the world by storm, the hits kept rolling out until their untimely breakup after the inspired Synchronicity (1983). Now for the first time, you can experience these timeless classics with the exceptional clarity of DTS 5.1 surround."
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The Gluey Brothers raise the bar for surround sound creativity with this ultra-aggressive 5.1 mix that punctuates the band's famous on-stage theatrics. This is an amazing eclectic-rock recording that lights up the entire room in 5.1 surround.
Shoeless comes from a hard rock background, combining the pop of Kiss, the power of Van Halen, the emotion of Nirvana, and the mystery of Stone Temple Pilots…. You'll quiver with delight and feel great.
Stephen Stills? consummate, innovative musicianship has established him as an eminent solo performer and as the cornerstone of the supergroup Crosby, Stills & Nash. His unique guitar style and phrasing has garnered Stills a well deserved spot among the best players in the world.
The classic American pop/rock band Orleans, formed in the early 70s and went on to top the charts with Gold singles "Dance with Me" and "Still the One". Recorded at the Bearsville Theater in Woodstock in 1990, this "live" recording delivers Orleans singing and playing their well-loved songs at their energetic best. The original excitement and dynamics of this performance can now be fully experienced in DTS 5.1 Digital Surround.
Coming into musical prominence in the 1970's as pioneers of 'street funk', drawing their influences from James Brown, Miles Davis, George Benson and Sly and the Family Stone. Basing their appeal on heavy, insistent, hypnotic rhythms, rather than melody. 1972- 1977, The Ohio Players landed three consecutive platinum albums "Skin Tight", "Fire" and "Honey" .