Glenn S. wrote:
Invisible Pedestrian wrote:
This description from Amazon.com is a bit much!
Remastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso from the original Chicago Records tapes with the supervision of the legendary Lee Loughnane of Chicago, Hot Streets (Expanded & Remastered) is a truly one of the most important albums in their highly enduring catalog of classic rock releases. Filled with smash singles like "Alive Again," "No Tell Lover," "Hot Streets" and "Little Miss Lovin'" which features The Bee Gees. This album has been out of print in the physical format for quite some time, but in usual Friday Music fashion, the great CD will include a bonus track, original artwork, & impeccable sound.
Good Lord! Can we say hype? This album was where I got off the Chicago bandwagon but clearly it has some fans. For their sake, I hope this reissue is as great as the description above would imply.
I mean, I love it-one of my favorite Chicago albums, but the description of the album, the "imepccably" remastered music and "impeccable sound" and the "usual Friday Music fashion" are hilarious. Also, there were 2 hit singles, not 4 (a 3rd barely charted and it wasn't one of the ones they mentioned!).
The bonus track is the same as before as well.
But, seeing as Lee Loughnane is supposedly involved hopefully the remaining albums get the treatment or the ones that already did have something compelling to buy again.