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Robert Palmer - Secrets

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Recorded in the Bahamas in 1979 Robert Palmer's "Secrets" is infused with the influence of island rhythms and instrumentation but it also reflects Palmer's interest in funk and soul and is tinged with rock guitars, like in the catchy What's It Take.

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Deluxe Vinyl Replicas by Culture Factory constitute high quality reissued compact-discs which reproduce all the components of the original LPs and are their exact replicas in compact-disc size (5.3 x 5.3 inches), with authentic single or gatefold cardboard jackets and paper sleeves. In addition to the above, each compact-disc Deluxe Vinyl Replica includes a black finish CD complete with the original label to give it the look and feel of the original record album.

Culture Factory strives to achieve an authentic sound with the highest possible fidelity to the original studio masters. Our remastering process brings out the music's true dynamics and original clarity with low levels of noise. In the remastering studio the audio tracks are handled in the form of high-definition, 96Kz / 24-bit digital files for greatest preservation of fidelity. Signal compression is sometimes used to bring out frequencies that were absent or barely heard in the original recordings, and we use the least amount of compression possible. While sound perception varies greatly among individuals our vinyl replica CDs are designed to provide the optimal listening experience when using flat EQ settings. Brand new, original, factory-shrinkwrapped, limited edition CD release.

Tracklisting:

1. Bad Case Of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)
2. Too Good To Be True
3. Can We Still Be Friends?
4. In Walks Love Again
5. Mean Ol' World
6. Love Stop
7. Jealous
8. Under Suspicion
9. Woman You're Wonderful
10. What's It Take?
11. Remember To Remember

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Robert Palmer - Secrets

Robert Palmer - Secrets

Recorded in the Bahamas in 1979 Robert Palmer's "Secrets" is infused with the influence of island rhythms and instrumentation but it also reflects Palmer's interest in funk and soul and is tinged with rock guitars, like in the catchy What's It Take.

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