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jgrizz



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PostPosted: Sat Jun 09, 2007 23:12    Reply with quote

Rare Live & Remixed (Sony/BMG) Jap
http://eil.com/shop/moreinfo.asp?catalogid=404235




Just thought I'd share this find with everyone. some good tracks here.

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Maxud



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PostPosted: Sat Jun 09, 2007 23:59    Reply with quote


oooh i love this vinyl

anyway i hear some mpr3 frequences in the original vinyl...
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 10, 2007 10:10    Reply with quote


I don't think it's an official Sony BMG release... It seems to be a bootleg, just like "Kaleidoscope" or "House Mixes Vol. 1"...
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 10, 2007 11:50    Reply with quote


yes, i think the same.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 10, 2007 11:52    Reply with quote


it's nice though!

lots flying around and if you order from Hmv you get free delivery. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 07:32    Reply with quote

Old topic but.....
Sorry to drag this old topic up again. Wink

I recently received a copy of this LP on vinyl. Can anyone confirm that the sound quality is not fantastic. I'm guessing it's due to there being too much musical info squeezed into those tight grooves ??
My copy looks perfect but does play with some crackles and pops, is this common to most copies of this release ??

Also were the inner sleeves in this just plain white paper sleeves or something else ??

Thanks if anyone can help. Smile
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ririka



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PostPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 09:34    Reply with quote

Re: Rare Live & Remixed (Sony/BMG) Jap
jgrizz wrote:
Rare Live & Remixed (Sony/BMG) Jap


my friend says that, when Americans write "Jap", they mean no the abbreviation, the person must be the racist.

jgrizz is the racist?
i dont know about this person, and it doesn't matter for me whether this person is the racist or just ignorant.
only you should know it.
because some Japanese see jamirotalk board. Razz
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 11:14    Reply with quote

No no no........
You have missunderstood completley.There has been no rasist intent meant here.

Jap is an abbreviation for Japan.

Here are some more examples

Ger = Germany
Fra = France
Eng = England
Swe = Sweden
Den = Denmark

In the English speaking world it's common place to take the first three letters of a country's name when an abbreviation is being made.
Here Jap was being used to indicate the release's origin.I'm in Sweden and we do the same thing here.
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JamiroquainPt



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PostPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 12:15    Reply with quote


Hi've recently bought that vinyl, in a fair record here, in Portugal. This was released around 1 or 2 years ago, as a bootleg.

This is not an official release from Sony. Though it's a splendid item.
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ririka



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PostPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 12:35    Reply with quote

Re: No no no........
tony.lee wrote:
You have missunderstood completley.There has been no rasist intent meant here.

Jap is an abbreviation for Japan.

Here are some more examples

Ger = Germany
Fra = France
Eng = England
Swe = Sweden
Den = Denmark

In the English speaking world it's common place to take the first three letters of a country's name when an abbreviation is being made.
Here Jap was being used to indicate the release's origin.I'm in Sweden and we do the same thing here.


i use "Advanced Favorite english-japanese dictionary". this one also says..."Jap" is the taboo words.
Japan, Japanese ----> Jpn
&... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jap

thanks tony.lee Smile
i know when Europeans like you use "Jap", they mean only abbreviation.
but my friend&my dictionary&alot of japanese sites says its very bad meaning when Americans use it.
jgrizz is American & adult(abit old age)from profile here, so this person must have known this meaning. maybe. Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 12:40    Reply with quote


I dont think Jgrizz is using that word like an offense. Mostly when hes talking about a disc.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 18:09    Reply with quote

Re: No no no........
ririka wrote:
i know when Europeans like you use "Jap", they mean only abbreviation.
but my friend&my dictionary&alot of japanese sites says its very bad meaning when Americans use it.

this is racist thinking, actually.

come on, that adjective was refered to an item, how can it be intended in a racist way? Confused
trust your common sense more than dictionaries! Wink
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 22:04    Reply with quote


political correctness has really gone full circle now Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 22:18    Reply with quote

My original question
In all this lunacy my original question has been kind of over looked.

My copy of this looks great but does not have the best sound quality. I was just wondering if this is a problem common to all copies. The pressing is quite low and it lacks the high and lows that earlier Jamiroquai vinyl albums have had.

Thanks for any help. Wink
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ririka



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PostPosted: Thu Jun 11, 2009 04:52    Reply with quote

Re: No no no........
Costa Grande wrote:
ririka wrote:
i know when Europeans like you use "Jap", they mean only abbreviation.
but my friend&my dictionary&alot of japanese sites says its very bad meaning when Americans use it.

this is racist thinking, actually.

come on, that adjective was refered to an item, how can it be intended in a racist way? Confused
trust your common sense more than dictionaries! Wink


i just understood why some Japanese have never wanted to register on this site. i see.
anyway,
im going to study Chinese for my dear Chinese friend.
now i sincerely think i have to study our real history more and more.
because its so impolite never to understand their delicate feelings.
i learned this thing from here. really thanks all. Smile 2wave
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