Kate Bush – Hounds Of Love – review (CD, Vinyl, Vinyl Japan, Cassette, Qobuz, Tidal, original, remastered 2018)

The album of Kate Bush Hounds Of Love was released in 1985. The airing of season 4 of Stranger Things with the cover of the song Running Up That Hill has revived this track and the album during this summer. The tape that is used in the series has also become a cult item thatContinue reading “Kate Bush – Hounds Of Love – review (CD, Vinyl, Vinyl Japan, Cassette, Qobuz, Tidal, original, remastered 2018)”

Muse – Will Of The People – Review updated with Cassette

The cassette is back, it was produced in several colors for the album Will Of The People, including the yellow version presented here. With its DR4 for the digital version, and a dynamic Dolby Atmos and vinyl version, how will the cassette sound? This is what we are going to find out with the additionContinue reading “Muse – Will Of The People – Review updated with Cassette”

Muse – Will Of The People – Review (Cassette, Vinyl, Qobuz Hi-Res, Amazon Dolby Atmos Binaural)

“Will Of The People” is the ninth studio album by Muse. It is an album that reflects the current uncertainties with rather dark songs. This new album has 10 songs and a duration of 37 minutes and is a best of of the best music the band can make. The review includes 4 editions: Vinyl,Continue reading “Muse – Will Of The People – Review (Cassette, Vinyl, Qobuz Hi-Res, Amazon Dolby Atmos Binaural)”

Michael Jackson- Dangerous – Review (LPs, CDs, Streaming, DAT, 1991 to 2021)

It is in November 1991 released the eighth album of Michael Jackson Dangerous. It will have needed more than 15 months from June 1990 to October 1991 to produce this album. It is a real success with more than 32 million albums sold to date, it arrives behind Bad and Thriller.For this album, the soundContinue reading “Michael Jackson- Dangerous – Review (LPs, CDs, Streaming, DAT, 1991 to 2021)”

Jean-Michel Jarre – Oxygene Review (LP, Japanese LP , MOFI LP, CD, Trilogy 40th Anniversary, Qobuz, Tidal, DVD, cassette)

La version française du test est disponible ici. The French version of the review is available here. After Deserted Palace (1972) and Les Granges Brûlées (1973), Oxygène is the successful album that launched Jean Michel Jarre with over 18 million records sold. For this review, the listening was done with Jean Razzaroli from Vinyl&Audio magazineContinue reading “Jean-Michel Jarre – Oxygene Review (LP, Japanese LP , MOFI LP, CD, Trilogy 40th Anniversary, Qobuz, Tidal, DVD, cassette)”

Red Hot Chili Peppers – Unlimited Love – Review updated with cassette

The cassette is back, and the new albums are also released in a cassette version. To complete the review, and to answer several requests, here is the cassette.Find all the details of the review HERE.

Red Hot Chili Peppers – Unlimited Love – Review (LP , Qobuz, Amazon, Tidal, Cassette)

After 12 years of absence, the Californian band is back with a new album Unlimited Love. Anthony Kiedis, Flea, John Frusciante and Chad Smith offer us 17 new tracks ( one bonus track for the Japan CD). The review includes 5 editions (Vinyl , Streaming Qobuz, Amazon, Tidal and Cassette) of this album. Below youContinue reading “Red Hot Chili Peppers – Unlimited Love – Review (LP , Qobuz, Amazon, Tidal, Cassette)”

Eric Clapton ‎– Unplugged (Vinyl, CD, DVD stereo, DD 5.1, Streaming, MOFI One Step and SACD) Review

It is a superb live album by Eric Clapton recorded in 1992 during a live show on MTV Unplugged in the Bray Studios in London.With over 26 million copies sold, it is the artist’s best selling album. The album won six Grammy Awards in 1993 at the 35th Annual Grammy Awards.Initially, Eric Clapton did notContinue reading “Eric Clapton ‎– Unplugged (Vinyl, CD, DVD stereo, DD 5.1, Streaming, MOFI One Step and SACD) Review”

Lana Del Rey ‎– Chemtrails Over The Country Club Review

This last opus is the result of a new collaboration with the producer Jack Antonoff, who already accompanied Lana Del Rey on her previous album Norman Fucking Rockwell. Lana Del Rey’s seventh album can be listened to as a letter addressed to her country, the United States.This album reveals the immense talent of Lana DelContinue reading “Lana Del Rey ‎– Chemtrails Over The Country Club Review”