Various - ;SKA...Doesnt It All Sound The Same?; (CD)

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The American Comedy Network Presents: Outrageous Radio - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  2. Purchased this Christmas CD for my grandchildren, who like to sing along, while in the car. All three LOVE the "Hippopotamus for Christmas" song and this song and CD have brought them hours of delight, and I'm sure broke the monotony of "riding so long in the car".4/5(46).
  3. Mar 11,  · Hi, as mentioned previously I had said that it applied to all CD's as I would be silly not to try others but it is the same with all CD's. I notice another message on the forum board which was posted in and which appeared to have the same problem as me, the concise step by step answers given seemed very useful and which I tried to follow butthe person related to Windows 97 and not my.
  4. Once everyone had a CD player in the s, some bonehead got the dumb idea that if he made his CD sound louder than the next guy, that people would like the music better. Dumb idea, yes, but as of today, most popular CDs have so much dynamic compression applied that they sound as bad as radio: one big long % modulation wall of boring.
  5. Ive been ripping my cd's to my new computer that has windows 7. Everything is fully upto date yet half my cds sound staticy all the way through while others are perfect. None of my CD's have scratches yet some play fine while others are really distorted. They all work fine on a CD player however and it seems to only be an issue with my PC.
  6. Buy a CD or Vinyl record and get 90 days free Amazon Music Unlimited Various Artists. out of 5 stars Audio CD. £ Ska For Life Various Artists. out of 5 stars Ska & Northern Soul - Ministry Of Sound Various. out of 5 stars Audio CD. £ Only 1 left in stock. The Best of 2 Tone Various Artists/5(26).
  7. History Book ‎ (CD, Comp) Sound System Records (3), Moon Ska: 98CDA Australia: Sell This Version: 98CDS The Toasters: Don't Let The Bastards Grind You Down Various "SKA Doesn't It All Sound The Same?".
  8. The band, along with various alumni, are featured on half the tracks here, shining on a series of ska scorchers like "Shake a Lady," "Smiling," and "Red Is Danger." Further standouts include the Maytals' jubilant "He's Real" and Ferdie Nelson's storming "Ska Down Jamaica." The disc's biggest drawback is its poor sound quality.
  9. By May , when “The ‘Sound’ of the R&B Hits” compilation came out in the UK on Stateside, Motown had yet to have a hit or even a record issued on its own label, later to be Tamla-Motown. This LP was the first of many UK anthologies of recordings from the Detroit-based group of labels.

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