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23-Times Platinum Collection Among the 20 Best-Selling Albums in History: All of Billy Joel's Peak-Era Hits in One Place on This Timeless 26-Track Set. It's the third best-selling record in American history. It contains nearly every one of Billy Joel's peak-era chart hits as well as a smattering of fan favorites.

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You will be surprised at what you can find with a little digging!. All of those were like that. When Marshall sent me an early test SACD-R of 'Streetlife Serenade', it too had the Alice Cooper silk screen on it. Fortunately, they fixed it for the street version.It still makes me very sad to see these auctions and the fact that AF is gone. That was such a quality company run by quality people and it's a damn shame they had to close up shop. I wonder if they had started reissuing multichannel SACD's of out of print quad titles back in say, 2010, when the first Quadio DVD's (Chicago and Aretha) came out if that would have made any difference. Probably not.

Of course, there would be a lot more of their product for us to have listened to over that period of time.What's really odd and I never mentioned it here in the forum before, but Marshall was a bit upset as after he had started the Quad reissue program he learned that Warner Brothers was about to start a Multichannel BluRay Audio program that would be reissuing both out of print quad and 5.1 titles from their catalog. That was why they stopped doing any more WEA titles. He even had the details like they would be BluRay and would sell for $30 list price.

The first 10 titles were set to come out 'any minute' (2015), with another 10 to follow a short time later.Well, that never happened. Another 'almost made it out there' chapter in the long torrid history of surround music. All of those were like that.

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When Marshall sent me an early test SACD-R of 'Streetlife Serenade', it too had the Alice Cooper silk screen on it. Fortunately, they fixed it for the street version.It still makes me very sad to see these auctions and the fact that AF is gone.

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That was such a quality company run by quality people and it's a damn shame they had to close up shop. I wonder if they had started reissuing multichannel SACD's of out of print quad titles back in say, 2010, when the first Quadio DVD's (Chicago and Aretha) came out if that would have made any difference.

Probably not. Of course, there would be a lot more of their product for us to have listened to over that period of time.What's really odd and I never mentioned it here in the forum before, but Marshall was a bit upset as after he had started the Quad reissue program he learned that Warner Brothers was about to start a Multichannel BluRay Audio program that would be reissuing both out of print quad and 5.1 titles from their catalog. That was why they stopped doing any more WEA titles. He even had the details like they would be BluRay and would sell for $30 list price. The first 10 titles were set to come out 'any minute' (2015), with another 10 to follow a short time later.Well, that never happened.

Another 'almost made it out there' chapter in the long torrid history of surround music. Yeah, Jon, Warner and might I add SONY's respective BDA launches which NEVER transpired. A shame that derailed AF's cessation of Warner QUAD/5.1 titles.Relative newcomers Analog Sparks, Impex Records and Intervention Records are also out of the Stereo SACD reissue business, as well. Intervention had some interesting titles and was going to release Joe Jackson, Judee Sill et alia on SACD if the Vinyl sold well. Well they just canceled all future SACD Stereo titles including Girlfriend by Matthew Sweet A VERY SWEET TITLE.So thankfully we still have Dutton Vocalion. I just received my last order which included Tomita's Firebird and a bunch of RBCD twofers and I'm sure they'll eventually do some Universal UMG QUAD titles as they've been doing RBCD reissues FOR YEARS from the Capitol, Decca, Phase 4 and most especially SONY/RCA labels which I'm certain helps to explain their healthy relationship with SONY. I even commented in another thread that their RBCDs are mastered as well as their QUAD/Stereo SACDs.

Superb Sound for RBCD!At least Audio Fidelity left behind a healthy legacy of superb reissues. Thankfully, I have a nice selection of their GOLD HDCD RBCDs, Stereo SACDs and of course their superb multichannel SACDs. A VERY class act silenced by greedy record executives/artists and an indifferent market. Just hope Marshall is doing well. He WAS one of a kind.

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But these are old records like Pink Floyd, King Crimson and Billy Joel which are not at best (though some may argue otherwise) at the time. Soundstage makes me feel closer to studio and I notice a better instrument separation and better drum quality (which sometimes is really forgotten to be mixed well).But more recently, I listened to newer records like Opeth's, Steven Wilson's and XTC. Their stereo is close to the 5.1 remix. I'm not wow-ed by Deliverance (in fact I kinda hated it since the vocals and drums are too forward, or the guitars are faaar), Fear of Blank Planet's Anesthetize and Skylarking is almost same in the stereo (though weirdly enough I like the original mix of Skylarking than the correct polarity, I like treble).Not that I don't want the remixes to stop. It's that I feel that stereo remixes are great nowadays that it seem to be on par with the 5.1. Or in some cases like Opeth's Blackwater Park and Still Life, stereo is waaay more better than the surround.

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First off: Don't discount something because it's old. Quadrophenia is glorious, even today, and it was born as a multichannel album.But: Music has always been a primarily two-channel experience, because music has to sell. For music to sell, it must make as much sense played on a mono speaker as it does on any other system, and stereo translates very well to that if the engineer is worth his salt.Finally: 5.1 releases are all over the place - Metallica's black album is an example of an album that didn't fare particularly well as a 5.1 - there's random and unmotivated multichannel panning, and it feels like the band weren't involved.Look at other releases, like the 2015 BluRay 5.1 remaster/remix of 'Amused to Death' and it's downright glorious, and an example of just how well something can be done.