- Jul 28, 2016
I don’t believe that Michael worked on a song called “Sex Life” in the early 80s.
This made me feel sad. 🙁Sorry one seriously sad and disheartened fan here.
Mixed feelings which are not yet fully formed. I've only listened to half of Disc 2 and I love it so far. This stuff is mostly new to me so I don't have the same history with it as others do. That said, I can understand people's frustration with Carousel. CGOOTR I do like! Minority opinion, lol. What can I say? I really enjoy it. WDYK was completely new to me, I love it and it's probably my fave of the ones I've listened to so far. She's Trouble is great.What are your views.
If they are planning another album I hope they do it sooner rather than later although I'm not hopeful.I am of the opinion now that unless the estate/Sony are saving the best unreleased tunes for a new posthumous studio album then to quote Michael *THIS IS IT!*
I love listening to demos so I don't mind it sounding rough. It feels like a little insight into the creative process so I'm very happy to be given demo material.I love *who do they know* think that could be a real good commercial release! However what a lovely way to go is just a demo, very rough at that.
This is what I would love but now that I know a bit more about MJE and how they seem to go about things I'm not so optimistic about any of this. I can feel myself returning to my default position which is to not think about this stuff.I mean shout, we've had enough and many other hardly heard songs fully finished , especially most of invincible deserve to be promoted and heard again.
No, I wouldn't be up for this. Do you mean, using musicians like J. Moffat and the others, people who worked with Michael for years and years and knew how he worked and the sounds he liked to go for? Or did you mean something different? I don't have the imagination to understand how this might sound and I'm not keen on songs being 'finished' by other people. I'd honestly rather have a demo or studio outtake. Perhaps I'm not understanding what you're getting at here.I would even capture Michael's voice and re record with full instruments but keep the melody to make these songs timeless.
Yes to this. I love so many of Michael's songs but, yeah, sometimes the electronic thing is a bit too much. That said, I can't imagine Michael's songs sounding different. And I don't usually like remixes. I don't want to change Michael's art. Even with certain things that I'm not so keen on, I'll take it bc that's how Michael wanted to do the song. I don't like everything he ever did but I'm wary of things being changed.I think sometimes they where to electronic heavy.
The Japanese leaked the track onto an official comp album, but since it's not America, it doesn't count.
Plz, I need you to stop. This is an interventionl, this should be saved for the next regular project, would definetely work as the contemporized version similar to the Xscape version... 9/10
should be remixed for an upcoming album
should be remixed for an upcoming album 9/10
“Starlight” and “She’s Trouble” are better than the leaked versions by miles. They’re still not great, but they’re better.regarding the previously leaked tracks, is there any song of higher quality or better remastered on T40? some say Starlight or sunset driver might be better than versions we had before.
To my ears, yes. “Carousel” and “Can’t Get Outta the Rain” specifically sounds absolutely atrocious compared to previously released mixes/masters.Shes Trouble obviously. Good to know about Starlight though.
Sunset Driver version and rest is worse than previous versions?
They sound muffled for some reason, especially Carousel. It's odd, Carousel sounded fine on T25. What went wrong?