Schiva25 December 2010 at 6:22amPosts: 2 (0 today)Status: offline
It is really a pain for a PG fan trying to find PG SACD albums and no chance to find them. I bought one by one all the albums. First releases and then remastered versions and then some of the SACD ones. Now my wife wants to buy those SCAD versions which I didn't buy as a gift to me. But no chance !!! And I am wondering why PG is not thinking about it. I want to say now:" WE WANT THOSE SACD versions TO BE RELEASED AGAIN".
Fidelity25 December 2010 at 4:54pmPosts: 313 (0 today)Status: offline
The thing is that SACD is a dying format.
FLAC is taking over as the new 24/96 music source,
Peter is working with B&W on a little project releasing high rez music.
Scratch My Back is already out on there.
Stick around in 2011, i'm sure there will be a big update on High Rez music as well as new album info (New Blood)
In my opinion, once a standalone 24/96 Flac player gets released.SACD is dead.
29 November 2011 at 4:37amPosts: ( today)Status:
How about one more run for fans, direct-order only, complete set only, $40 per disc?
24/96 can sound great, but it's still linear PCM. Single-bit DSD (the SACD format) is the best-sounding consumer delivery format yet devised. Please join the estimable ranks of labels who recognize the unsurpassed quality of the format and refuse to let it die! New SACD titles are released every month, and players are still easy to get.
Peter Gabriel has always seemed to be at the forefront of things both technical and GOOD. He can do no better than to re-release his catalog in this incredible format!