Death Magnetic and Californication are particularly unbearable. Don't really care about the first one, but the RHCP album was top notch content wise.
Heard/ read somewhere ( years ago) they may release a remastered version, don't know what happened to that.
Years back, someone in the famous russian torrent site uploaded a pre- mastered copy ( not sure about the authenticity) I still have it.
The commercially available CD is really bad.
Muse is another band notorious for brickwalled albums (every mixing mastering conference I've attended, someone brought up Muse, but somehow they always get away with it)
Couldn't hear shit. My ears+low volume. Listened to the track twice. Insane song though, so much feeling. Sad the grunge years are pretty much gone forever. Could you point out the piano parts timecode?Try to listen to the piano before the absolutely epic ending...I have played this with at least 4/5 bands, but we could never nail the outro ( some vocalists could stretch like Eddie, but it never sounded anywhere close)
Rick Beato pointed it out in one of his videos, that piano!;Man!! Rick is a genius!!!
Fleetwood Mac are an all time favourite band of mine. Stevie Nicks has such a brilliant classic voice.
And this track is one of the most haunting heartbreak love songs of all time I think... just a brilliant composition and that voice just so evocative!
One might argue that her most popular song (not my absolute favourite though) wasn't even with the Mac!
I got into them VERY late in life, sadly none of my elders listened to them i think. But what a band. Not just Nicks, who is phenomenal, but they're all insanely talented.
...Abba/BoneyM/Fleetwood Mac/Carpenters/Patsy Cline...