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BREAKING NEWS:
On March 22, 2019, Harem Scarem band will release "The Ultimate Collection Box Set”
A 14CD limited edition deluxe box set and four titles (“Weight of the World,” “Higher”, “Thirteen”, “United”) on limited edition color vinyl. All tracks remastered by Harry Hess.

Full details below.

https://youtu.be/R_fXrHy-2Yk

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One of my favourite bands, but completely uninterested. Already got all the albums... 

Remastered by Harry Hess? Leave 'em alone, friend... leave them alone. 

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19 minutes ago, Geoff said:

One of my favourite bands, but completely uninterested. Already got all the albums... 

Remastered by Harry Hess? Leave 'em alone, friend... leave them alone. 

I thought the same thing. Things like "limited edition color Vinyl" mean nothing to me. Sure, there was a time when I was younger and I would have been very tempted, but It's all about the music now man!  

 

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18 minutes ago, Darkstone said:

I thought the same thing. Things like "limited edition color Vinyl" mean nothing to me. Sure, there was a time when I was younger and I would have been very tempted, but It's all about the music now man!  

 

Thankfully, that would never ever have appealed to me whatsoever. Always all about the music, man. ;)

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Man, judging by the amount of their albums I have in my collection ( 10+), they are one of my favorite bands (on par with Fates Warning, Katatonia, Pretty Maids, Helloween, Yngwie, PC 69, Dream Theater, Rage, Pain Of Salvation).  I care the less for the cd box but I'll grab the vinyls (already saving hard , btw, for the vinyl releases from Pretty Maids). 

 

Surely, it's  always  about the music( that's why I don't have many "complete" discographies in the shelves ), but as long  physical formats exist (vinyls preferably, despite the huge shipping cost nowadays) I'm all into getting them. 

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I haven't bought physical CD's for years.
And purchasing greatest hits, best ofs, ultimate collections, etc electronically is pretty pointless when you already have everything electronically.

Admittedly, most of my HS is still CD, but I'll get around to ripping this and the rest of my collection one day.

In 5 years this is a moot post, as for the first time since their 'comeback' vinyl sales have declined.
this coupled with the massive decline in CD sales is just reiterating that CD's are the new 'Blockbuster'
Doomed....

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Would kill for a remastered/vinyl version of "The Early Years".  

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3 hours ago, CureTheSane said:

I haven't bought physical CD's for years.
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I never bought digital d/load :lol:

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30 minutes ago, kourosofsteel3 said:

I never bought digital d/load :lol:

Hey mate. You love your music your way. That's what its all about. I'm with CureTheSane. I don't really need to have the physical object in my hands. I'm quite happy with digital. Far more convenient. As mentioned before however, there was a time before the digital (Internet)l revolution when I wasn't happy unless I owned the actual CD. Cassette tape recordings and  CD burns were okay, but I  had to have the disc. Thankfully I've well and truly gotten over that. As long as my files are tagged with cover art, I'm happy and so is my wallet.

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I used to want the product in my hands.
See the artwork, read the lyrics (hopefully), even go through the credits and look for surprises and quirks.
No longer though. When some were released as downloads only it removed the ability to have a perfect collection. Same with the cardboard cases (for me at least). I wanted all mine in jewel cases.

But the quality of digital downloads is the same.
For that reason I still collect DVD's as quality of downloads still varies.
Netflix etc has kind of helped with that, but I often wonder if I'll always have access to everything I want streaming.

In the end my DVD collection is doomed.
In the end everyone's CD collections will be quirky keepsakes.
Soon releases will be online only.
This isn't something I am hoping for, but just the way it will happen.

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I don't think cds will disappear anytime soon but they will become harder to find as I suspect eventually only the well known bands will release in cd form....who would have thought that vinyl would still be around after all these years...the majority of people on this forum, many who avidly collect cds, don't bother with vinyl and yet we still see vinyl releases...I expect that I will have to bite the bullet and start picking up releases in digital form in a few years as that will be the only way to get the music I want but it will be a sad day for me...

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CD 1: 
Harem Scarem (1991)
1. Hard To Love
2.Distant Memory
3.With A Little Love
4.Honestly
5.Love Reaction
6. Slowly Slipping Away
7. All Over Again
8. Don't Give Your Heart Away
9. How Long
10. Something To Say
Bonus tracks:
11. Hard To Love (Acoustic)
12. How Long (Acoustic) 
13. Honestly (Acoustic)
14. Slowly Slipping Away (Acoustic)

CD 2:
Moodswings (1993)
1. Saviors Never Cry 
2. No Justice 
3. Stranger Than Love 
4. Changes Come Around 
5. Jealousy 
6. Sentimental Blvd 
7. Mandy 
8. Empty Promises 
9. If There Was A Time 
10. Just Like I Planned 
11. Had Enough
Bonus tracks:
12. Change Comes Around (Acoustic)
13. No Justice (Crazy Pants Remix)
14. If There Was A Time (Acoustic)
15. Jealousy (Acoustic)
16. Just Like I Planned (Acoustic)
17. Stranger Than Love (Acoustic)

CD 3:
Voice Of Reason (1995)
1. Voice Of Reason 
2. Blue 
3. Warming A Frozen Rose 
4. Let It Go 
5. And That's All 
6. Breathing Sand 
7. Candle 
8. The Paint Thins 
9. I'll Be Brief 
10. Untouched 
11. Necessary Evil 
Bonus track:
12. Candle (Acoustic)

CD 4: 
Believe / Karma Cleansing (1997)
1. Believe 
2. Die Off Hard 
3. Hail, Hail 
4. Staying Away 
5. Baby With A Nail Gun 
6. Morning Grey
7. Victim Of Fate 
8. Rain 
9. I Won't Be There 
10. Karma Cleansing 
11. Cages 
12. The Mirror
13. Rain (Acoustic) 

CD 5:
Big Bang Theory (1998)
1. So Blind 
2. Climb The Gate 
3. Reload 
4. Tables Turning 
5. Turn Around 
6. Seas Of Dissension 
7. Sometimes I Wish
8. Never Have It All 
9. Lying 
10. Without You
11. Wasted Time
12. New Religion
13. What I Do
14. In My State Of Mind
15. So Blind (Acoustic) 

CD 6:
Weight Of The World (2002)
1. Weight Of The World
2. Killing Me
3. Outside Your Window
4. All I Want Is Everything
5. This Ain't Over
6. Internude
7. You Ruined Everything
8. Charmed Life
9. If You
10. See Saw
11. Voice Inside
12. End Of Time

CD 7:
Higher (2003)
1. Reach
2. Waited
3-Torn Right Out
4. Give It To You
5. Higher
6. Run And Hide
7. Lucky Ones
8. Lies
9. Gone
10. Lost 
11. Wishing
12. Higher (Acoustic)

CD 8:
Overload (2005)
1. Dagger
2. Afterglow
3. Rise & Fall
4. Don't Come Easy
5. Can't Live With You
6. Forgive & Forget
7. All You're Getting
8. Leading Me On
9. Understand You
10. Same Mistakes

CD 9:
Human Nature (2007)
1. Human Nature
2. Next Time Around
3. Caught Up In Your World
4. Reality
5. Hanging On
6. Don't Throw It Away
7. Give Love/Get Love
8. 21
9. Starlight
10. Going Under
11. Tomorrow May Be Gone
12. Human Nature (Acoustic)
13. Caught Up In Your World (Acoustic)

CD 10:
Hope (2008)
1. Watch Your Back
2. Time Bomb
3. Hope
4. Days Are Numbered
5. Dark Times
6. Beyond Repair
7. Never Too Late
8. Shooting Star
9. Calm Before The Storm
10. Nothing Without You

CD 11:
Thirteen (2014)
1. Garden Of Eden
2. Live It
3. Early Warning Signs
4. The Midnight Hours
5. Whatever It Takes
6. Saints And Sinners
7. All I Need
8. Troubled Times
9. Never Say Never
10. Stardust
11. Garden Of Eden (Acoustic)
12. The Midnight Hours (Acoustic)

CD 12:
United (2017)
1. United
2. Here Today Gone Tomorrow
3. Gravity
4. Sinking Ship
5. One Of Life’s Mysteries
6. No Regrets
7. Bite The Bullet
8. Things I Know
9. Heaven And Earth
10. Indestructible
11. Here Today Gone Tomorrow (Acoustic)
12. Sky Is Falling (Acoustic)

CD 13:
The Early Years (2003)
1. Whatever I Want
2. When The Morning Comes
3. Say Goodbye
4. Looking Back
5. All Over Again
6. Honestly
7. Lovin’ Like 90
8. One Step At A Time
9. Staying Away
10. Last Time
11. One Of The Wounded
12. Right Time
13. You’re The One
14. Out Of Love
15. Lost In Yesterday
16. I Can Hear Them Now

CD 14: Bonus Tracks:
1. Easier 
2. If I’d Been Awake
3. World Gone To Pieces
4. Brighter Day
5. Remember
6. Anarchy
7. Why
8. Freedom
9. More Than You’ll Ever Know
10. Good Enough
11. Coming Down (Acoustic)

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On 1/19/2019 at 11:53 AM, Geoff said:

One of my favourite bands, but completely uninterested. Already got all the albums... 

Remastered by Harry Hess? Leave 'em alone, friend... leave them alone. 

bhahahaha.

100% agree on the Hess comment.

Bound to sound awful now ;)

 

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