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Based in United Kingdom, polyethylenepete has been an eBay member since 27 Mar, 2003

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  • Excellent buyer! Prompt payment, very good to do business with!! A++
    01 Apr, 2014
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    13 Mar, 2014
  • Thanks for your custom, Excellent Buyer, Hope to deal again soon, A+
    10 Mar, 2014
  • Excellent transaction - recommended!
    26 Feb, 2014
  • Great customer.
    20 Feb, 2014
| | | Member since: 27 Mar, 2003 | United Kingdom

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by polyethylenepete
Tom Tom Club - (2007)
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Tom Tom Club - (2007)
Great upbeat fun recording. This is the heart of Talking Heads, whilst Byrne could be accurately regarded as the Head. The tracks all bounce along with an infectious beat and would be welcome at any party. The playing is first rate and is well produced, everyone getting a bit of space to bounce around in. I bought it as a fan of Talking Heads and Adrian Belew and am not dissappointed. Belew makes his mark with some of his trademark guitar noises fairly well into the album, so don't be ...

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by polyethylenepete
16 of 18 people found this guide helpful.
Remastered CDs
The Art of remastering is basically the art of increasing the amount of information perceived to be on a CD. When artists record music they have a choice of using analogue or digital recording equipment, both of which are superior to home recording equipment, usually. This equipment captures a vast amount of imformation with regards to the music being recorded, more than almost every playback system is capable of reproducing. In order to get this music onto a medium that can be listened to ...
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