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Remastering for digital WAYYY to heavy-handed

It's a shame that whoever was given the task of "remastering" this great, kitschy, iconic soundtrack, either had no idea what they were doing OR was SO AFRAID that consumers would balk at hearing a little tape hiss, that they ruined it for a new generation of listeners.
I've owned the original vinyl of this for many years and even my kinda beat copy sounds way better then this abominable re-issue. I point out that this is not a vinyl snob argument over LP versus CD sound quality. the problem with this reissue is that whoever remastered it used copious amounts of digital noise reduction with the settings way too aggressive. (and 2002 technology -which has been surpassed greatly since then). Not only has the slight bit of tape hiss been removed, but all the ambiance of the original recording and EVEN the cymbals and other high frequency instruments are GONE! the result sounds like a 64kbps mp3 that's been copied a few times.
so, whoever holds the copyrights, PLEASE re-approach this great collection with careful ears and hands!
AND whoever bought this and hears what I'm talking about, COMPLAIN to the issuer.
I'd hate for this to be the lasting version of such a great soundtrack.

Missing tracks !

What happened to the album , where are the other tracks ? That's so messed up !


Genre: Soundtrack

It was estimated at one time that the music of prolific composer/producer Charles Fox was heard by 300 million people each week as the composer, along with frequent collaborator, lyricist Norman Gimbel, of the themes of such '70s hit TV shows as Happy Days, "Our Dreams Come True" from Laverne and Shirley, Angie, The Love Boat, Wonder Woman, Love American Style, and Paper Chase. Fox's tunes were heard in millions of living rooms weekly. His hit songs are Roberta Flack's "Killing Me Softly," 1978 Academy...
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