Split Enz - True Colors (1980) - VINYL - 24-bit/96kHz plus CD-compatible format

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Split Enz - True Colors (1980) - VINYL - 24-bit/96kHz plus CD-compatible format

Split Enz - True Colors (1980) - VINYL
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz | FLAC (5% Recovery) | m3u's, md5 checksum, no cue or log (vinyl) | FS + FileFactory
860 MB (24/96) or 240 MB redbook | Artwork | Rock | 1980

This record is where the wilder parts of Split Enz met up with the pop side. It makes for an amazing journey.
My favorite Split Enz lp. I first saw then on TV doing "I Got You" on some godawful show, and I was hooked. That started my coming-up-on 30 year affair with all things Finn. But this record is where the wilder parts of Split Enz met up with the pop side. It makes for an amazing journey.

Allmusic:
Split Enz found their place in new wave with True Colours, shedding the eccentricities and excesses of their past in favor of bright, highly memorable, Beatlesque pop. The album also marked Neil Finn's emergence as a great songcraftsman – his infectious "I Got You" helped to push the album and the band to international success. Both the single and the album stand as high points of the new wave era. As part of its marketing, the album was released in several different-colored covers with laser-etched vinyl.


01 - I Got You.flac
02 - Shark Attack.flac
03 - What's The Matter With You.flac
04 - Double Happy.flac
05 - I Wouldn't Dream Of It.flac
06 - I Hope I Never.flac
07 - Nobody Takes Me Seriously.flac
08 - Missing Person.flac
09 - Poor Boy.flac
10 - How Can I Resist Her.flac
11 - The Choral Sea.flac


No music was harmed in the making of this vinyl rip.


This is what I do in general. Not every step is done for all rips:
LP > Rega P1 with Ortofon Super 20 > TC-750LC > E-Mu 0202 > Adobe Audition 3 (AA) @ 96kHz 32bit float > Manual click removal in AA > Click Repair set @ 20 > AA used to balance L/R > (for MONO: Equalizer (from the ClickRepair guy) used to combine L+R >) AA to split tracks, fade in/out, and for manual click removal >

for 24bit: use AA to truncate the 32bit file >
for 16bit: Izoptope RX Advanced to resample the 32bit file to 44.1kHz > and then to dither to`16bit using MBIT+ >

All > Trader's Little Helper to FLAC and (for 16bit: sector align if necessary, pad) > MP3 Tagger to edit tags.

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"24bit" = 24bit at 96kHz

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