"Madness and Me" album - 27th August 2007

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Does anyone know why the Japanese version of M&M has shorter track lengths than the Uk one?
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Dog wrote:Is anyone else finding that they can't transfer this to the PC? I'd like to be able to rip the tracks from the CD and listen to them in Winamp, which is a lot more convenient for me, but the damn thing doesn't seem to want to play along with me in Nero... :(

Seeing as iTunes has decided it's no longer working for me, I'm kinda stuffed.
I got it just fine. used good old audiograbber & it did the job with no problems at all.
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Does anyone know why the Japanese version of M&M has shorter track lengths than the Uk one?
I see the same track lengths on the UK and Japanese versions (apart from Your Face of course). How different are yours?
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TheEmbryo wrote:
Does anyone know why the Japanese version of M&M has shorter track lengths than the Uk one?
I see the same track lengths on the UK and Japanese versions (apart from Your Face of course). How different are yours?
On the Hmv Japan website all the track lengths are different. :?
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the PLA wrote:
Dog wrote:Is anyone else finding that they can't transfer this to the PC? I'd like to be able to rip the tracks from the CD and listen to them in Winamp, which is a lot more convenient for me, but the damn thing doesn't seem to want to play along with me in Nero... :(

Seeing as iTunes has decided it's no longer working for me, I'm kinda stuffed.
I got it just fine. used good old audiograbber & it did the job with no problems at all.
Adobe Audition 1.5 to the rescue, just had to enter the track titles manually...
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On the Hmv Japan website all the track lengths are different.
Probably incorrect then - when I rip both CDs in iTunes the tracks are same length.
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Right. Thanks. :)
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Surprised noone mentioned "Three". That was the first track I went back to after listening to the album for the first time. Very nice and relaxing with quite a sick beat.
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Finally got around to listening to this properly. Very good.

When I first heard that Phil was doing this I expected it to be much more hardcore. Seeing them at Glasto dissuaded me from this approach and the album clinched it. It also shattered a few other pre-conceptions I had from reading various posts here.
Anyway, I really enjoyed this. There are one or two weaker tracks, but only in relation to the rest of it.
More please.

Btw, for me The Ideal Condition is a better album. Only just mind you.
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