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DA (Daniel Amos) - Vox Humana (1984)

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DA (Daniel Amos) - Vox Humana (1984)

Postby dahippieman » Sun Dec 09, 2018 10:23 am

A friend of mine got me into this band around 10 years ago. Track 2, (It's the Eighties, So Where's Our) Rocket Packs, is my favorite off the album. The album has since been remastered and b-sides and other mixes of the album are available on bandcamp. Here is the original CD ripped using EAC.

Enjoy!!K6x2yAjZ!G4xyHf3CNNjI ... ro3or4tRas

password: dahippieman ... ter/431379
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Re: DA (Daniel Amos) - Vox Humana (1984)

Postby Sundayguy » Sun Dec 09, 2018 11:46 pm

Dang, this CD takes me back. I bought the same (original) '84 CD when it first came out, and was SO DISAPPOINTED because the tracks weren't separated correctly.
This is that version! I later bought the Alarma! Chronicles book set (and I'm glad I did now, considering how high the price went up for it) and THAT version contains the
same un-remastered version as this one (if memory serves), but with the track separation issue corrected. This seems kind of an odd share, but thanks for posting it! :)

Oh, and the "bonus" material on Bandcamp is awesome, too, especially the instrumentals!
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