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Just announced by HMV.co.jp.

This coming April and May will see Blu-Spec CD reissues of all six Vow Wow studio albums.

April 20th will see the release of Beat Of Metal Motion, Cyclone & III and May 25th will see the release of V, VIBe & Mountain Top.

All titles will be released by Polystar Songs priced ¥2,300 each and we'll update you when we have more information.

 

About Blu-Spec CD:

Blu-spec CD format boasts a new approach to the faithful reproduction of music by utilizing the leading edge blue laser diode technologies optimized for the manufacturing of Blu-ray. During the manufacturing of CD, laser beam is pinpointed to encode data on the microscopic tracks molded on the polycarbonate plastic constituting the surface of the disc.

 

Compared to the conventional laser beam used for the manufacturing of standard CD, the blue laser beam used for the manufacturing of Blu-spec CD has a shorter wavelength, allowing more accurate encoding of the data. The use of the laser also eliminates the need to use cooling fans that cause vibrations. Furthermore, polycarbonate plastic optimized for Blu-ray is used to ensure accurate reading of the data. Amazingly and importantly, Blu-spec CD format is fully compatible with standard CD players.

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I thought they had more studio albums than this, where's "Helter Skelter" (their best IMO)?

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Isn't Vibe the Jap version of Helter Skelter?

 

Good spot...

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