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    Hans Zimmer - The Dark Knight Rises (FLAC, Vinyl, 2xLP, 2014 Repress) [24-bit/48kHz]






    Released just in time for Black Friday this year exclusively at Hot Topic here in the US.
    This is a brand new 2014 repressing (along with Batman Begins) which includes "Necessary Evil" (it was completely omit from the 2012 single LP pressing) and the full cut of "Gotham's Reckoning" (it was chopped for time on the single LP).
    Pressed on Dark Blue Marble vinyl
    Enjoy



    Side A


    A1 A Storm Is Coming
    Hans Zimmer

    A2 On Thin Ice
    Hans Zimmer & Jasha Klebe

    A3 Gotham's Reckoning
    Hans Zimmer

    A4 Mind If I Cut In?
    Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe & Jasha Klebe


    Side B


    B1 Underground Army
    Hans Zimmer & Andrew Kawczynski

    B2 Born In Darkness
    Hans Zimmer

    B3 The Fire Rises
    Hans Zimmer

    B4 Nothing Out There
    Hans Zimmer & Lorne Balfe


    Side C


    C1 Despair
    Hans Zimmer & Lorne Balfe

    C2 Fear Will Find You
    Hans Zimmer & Lorne Balfe

    C3 Why Do We Fall?
    Hans Zimmer

    C4 Death By Exile
    Hans Zimmer


    Side D


    D1 Imagine the Fire
    Hans Zimmer

    D2 Necessary Evil
    Hans Zimmer

    D3 Rise
    Hans Zimmer & Lorne Balfe



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    Thanks a lot!! I'm glad that now you're ripping at 24bit! If you rip your old Gladiator LP in 24bit 96khz FLAC, I'd really appreciate it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HDlossless View Post
    Thanks a lot!! I'm glad that now you're ripping at 24bit! If you rip your old Gladiator LP in 24bit 96khz FLAC, I'd really appreciate it!
    96kHz ain't happening, there's no need for it. I'll see what I can do, but first I gotta rip the other newbies and get them uploaded. There's more to come

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    Bring them on!!! 24/48 is still great!
    Thanks!!!!

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    Beautiful.

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    seems like side D is wrong

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    All fixed
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    Interesting. I've never downloaded one of these vinyl rips. I downloaded sides C and D for a sampling. I find the music is in a slightly different key (likely due to the speed of the record's playback) but the issues of the OST CD are gone.

    This actually has dynamic range. Nothing is compressed to crap, there's no clipping, it sounds vastly superior to the OST on CD. I'd check out a vinyl rip of the second film's OST if it sounds like this, that's for sure.

    Intrada and La-La Land are going to be doing vinyl releases this upcoming year, having seen a company like Mondo make money off of their hard work (as they infer). Intrada was even going to reissue their "RoboCop" album (which was awesome), but they can't - some other label got a hold of it for a new vinyl release!

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    This is the second film's OST, are you mistaking this as Batman Begins?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lockdown View Post
    This is the second film's OST, are you mistaking this as Batman Begins?
    Of course not, that's why I said I'd want to check out a vinyl rip of the second film's OST, second, as in "The Dark Knight". This is "The Dark Knight Rises", being third.

    Come on, this is the "Dark Knight Trilogy" we're talking about here!

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    Sorry I kept thinking this was The Dark Knight...never mind haha.

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    thank you very much

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    Yeah!!!
    Thank you very much!
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    This is so much better than the squashed sounding CD release... Thanks for sharing!

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    Fantastic :-)

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    nice!! thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by JHFan View Post
    Interesting. I've never downloaded one of these vinyl rips. I downloaded sides C and D for a sampling. I find the music is in a slightly different key (likely due to the speed of the record's playback) but the issues of the OST CD are gone.
    Vinyl has always been like that. It's slightly faster and that's one of the ways you can tell it sounds different than any other format.

    Quote Originally Posted by JHFan View Post
    This actually has dynamic range. Nothing is compressed to crap, there's no clipping, it sounds vastly superior to the OST on CD. I'd check out a vinyl rip of the second film's OST if it sounds like this, that's for sure.
    That's the way vinyl works, and that's why I do it: dynamic range. Also the actual sound of the vinyl as the needle runs over it - I've always loved that. It adds character to the score. I do have TDK on vinyl (I actually have the entire Dark Knight Trilogy on vinyl now), but I don't think I've ripped it yet. I listened to it once when I bought it last summer. Not surprisingly, it sounded good. I've become so accustomed to the complete score now that when I listened to it that one time, I was able to write down a list of all the cues with their slates that make up the suites on the OST. I can almost do it with TDKR.

    Quote Originally Posted by JHFan View Post
    Intrada and La-La Land are going to be doing vinyl releases this upcoming year, having seen a company like Mondo make money off of their hard work (as they infer). Intrada was even going to reissue their "RoboCop" album (which was awesome), but they can't - some other label got a hold of it for a new vinyl release!
    Well that's fucking awesome news. Mondo has come a long way and they're making out rather nicely. They don't just do vinyl and posters anymore, they've delved into toys, clothing and VHS. I bought my first Mondo poster on Black Friday, Pulp Fiction. And they dove in deep this year with Batman's 75th Anniversary. (More on that coming from me later). I can't wait to see what Intrada and La-La Land bring us. In addition to Mondo, I would also say that Waxwork Records has been an inspiration to Intrada and LLL as well.
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    Wow, great work DAKoftheOTA!!!
    Much appreciate, my friend!!!

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    About time...they are called La-La Land 'Records' after all. I have RoboCop on Vinyl (TER Label I think) but it's not up to much now since I played it in my youth on a dinner plate with a rusty compass.
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    This is awesome. Thank you very much for sharing.

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