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Picked up the re-issue of Q5 - Steel The Light from No Remorse records...didnt know that the High Voltage one was not given permission from the band!?...good job I still had my Music For Nations one lol.

Also grabbed Bonham - The Disregard Of Timekeeping on the Steamhammer digipak remaster...always loved this disc and its nice to see it remastered and re-released  :)

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1 hour ago, lettard said:

Picked up the re-issue of Q5 - Steel The Light from No Remorse records...didnt know that the High Voltage one was not given permission from the band!?...good job I still had my Music For Nations one lol.

I didn't realize that about the High Vaultage version either, I used to have it on cassette years ago, it's one of those albums I was really into when I was younger and still enjoy.  Would be interested in knowing your opinion of the No Remorse version as far as how it sounds and compares

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20 hours ago, Crazysam said:

 Would be interested in knowing your opinion of the No Remorse version as far as how it sounds and compares

Will do when it arrives with my postie hopefully this week  :drink:

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On 1/9/2021 at 6:19 PM, Crazysam said:

I didn't realize that about the High Vaultage version either, I used to have it on cassette years ago, it's one of those albums I was really into when I was younger and still enjoy.  Would be interested in knowing your opinion of the No Remorse version as far as how it sounds and compares

Came today and sounding very nice indeed on the first few spins...will take a more in depth listen over the weekend.

On the official or unoffical side of the High Vaultage release , I don't really know , I had read that Q5 stated on their facebook account that it was without their permission , but Rick Pierce did the liner notes on that release...this one has Jonathan K writing them...strange :popcorn:

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