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OMG People Don't Know Talent

Notice it's a CONCERT CD. That usually means there aren't very many people in it. It's amazing! These performers sound very good. It's a lighter more dreamy sound I think.

This Stinks

I love Les Miserables iwt hmy heart and soul, but this version just plainly stinks. It sounds gay with only three people singing.

Kind of sad, really.

For the record, "concert CD," if it says anything about the sound, generally implies a fuller orchestra and a fuller chorus. With no money being spent on production, the expenses are directed entirely toward the musical features.

That being said, this album is simply embarrassing. The chorus seems to literally be one person on each part, and the leads are equally pathetic - every soloist has the same paper-thin, quavering voice, and honestly they all sound afraid to sing out.

The orchestra is no better. Again, when you're doing a concert of a musical, the music is THE ONLY THING PEOPLE GET. You have no production to distract from it, so it had better be good. The orchestra here is either all synthesizers, or a veritable textbook on how NOT to mic instruments, or a combination of the two. The sound is flat and unassertive, even in climactic moments where we should be getting a massive sound.

This is not even a good production for what it is, honestly. Whatever their budget, they could have found better instruments and more-fitting leads for this show. What they have produced instead seems to be some sort of version of Les Miserables reorchestrated and recorded with fans of elevator music in mind.

Les Misérables, The West End Concert Orchestra
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