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A Night At The Opera dts?

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by michaelm, Apr 18, 2002.

  1. michaelm

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    Just read in thei month's HCC that Queen's magnificent "A Night At The Opera" is available in dvd audio & dts 96/24 sound. This was the first album I ever bought and it brought a poignant tear to my eay when I read this.

    Now I need to find a supplier for this masterpiece.

    Any suggestions?
     
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    I've got a Queen track from this album on DTS Demo 6.

    It's in 96/24 bit DTS, & it's brilliant:D
     
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    Good to see that im not the only one who likes Queen on the forum.

    I can't wait for this release. I just hope it's the first of many.

    Here's another review...

    http://www.dvdangle.com/reviews/review.php?Id=2097

    Now all we need is for Queen to release their back catalogue of VHS titles on DVD, but i'm not holding my breath!

    Their uptake on DVD is surprisingly SLOW for such a commercial outfit like Queen.
     

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