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What does it mean for an album to be remastered?

There are times when older albums get re-released as a remastered version. What is the difference between the original version and the remastered version?

album terminology  
user avatar asked by Dom Score of 78
user avatar answered by Austin Mullins Score of 56

In Svefn-g-englar by Sigur Rós, what is "Tjú"?

For years I've been a fan of the song from their second album, Ágætis byrjun. When I look for the English translation, everything is translated, except for the "chorus": I'm back Inside of you ...

meaning  
user avatar asked by Grayda Score of 12
user avatar answered by Angst Score of 7

Is it a good idea to stream a vinyl turntable via Bluetooth?

I am a beginner in the "vinyl world" and I am interested in how modern turntables work. As I have heard from people, if you stream your record player with Bluetooth (e.g. Audio Technica AT-LP60BK-BT) ...

vinyl turntable streaming  
user avatar asked by Kote Score of 1
user avatar answered by Chris Sunami supports Monica Score of 3

Why are bonus tracks so common in Japanese versions?

Just as the title says: Why are bonus tracks so common in japanese versions of a release?

album japan  
user avatar asked by Viktor Mellgren Score of 14
user avatar answered by BCdotWEB Score of 6

Are there any records of the "rest" of the verses from "Hallelujah"?

According to the most popular version of the story, when Leonard Cohen wrote "Hallelujah", he wrote about 80 separate verses src before paring down to the 4 he used in his studio recording. ...

lyrics  
user avatar asked by KutuluMike Score of 23

What makes an album "deluxe"?

right to the point: What makes an album as a "deluxe version"? People may notice that they usually have some bonus tracks. But, what makes them deluxe other than that?

terminology album  
user avatar asked by Reinaldy Rafli Score of 7
user avatar answered by Magnilex Score of 6

Origin of the phrase "Mustard on the beat"?

I have realized that in many rap songs by many different artists use the phrase, "mustard on the beat" at the begging of their rap. Where did this originate? Why do many different DJs and ...

rap etymology  
user avatar asked by anonymous Score of 13
user avatar answered by jayfrizzle Score of 9
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