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Charles Pandrea

Charles Pandrea commented

Along with the new signing, are there discussions about remastering the CTS catalog? Some of the early LP's might need some beefing-up, and I'd definitely purchase any remasters as well as a VINYL BOX SET too! Thanks!

Loud & Proud Records

Loud & Proud Records commented

Passing your message along to the band, thanks for your interest!

Randy Berkes

Randy Berkes commented

Brilliant version of Ice! wonderfully done!

Tom Borgman

Tom Borgman commented

Love the mixing on Crackology! Very different from the live show, but I think it is another chance to enjoy the work in a different light. Been loving them for 42 years and never tire of hearing CTS. Well done!

Dave Pollick

Dave Pollick commented

These sure seem to be NEWLY recorded versions! Details?

Loud & Proud Records

Loud & Proud Records commented

Correct. Living In Reverse showcases 12 new genre-defying Crack tracks, while the cleverly-titled retrospective Crackology* chronicles a dozen of the best re-recorded gems as culled from the band’s rich and storied 40-year catalog.

Jeffrey Pfriem

Jeffrey Pfriem commented

No vinyl?

Timothy J Westlund

Timothy J Westlund commented

I'm ready for vinyl anytime. Can't happen soon enough. Any updates?

Dave Pollick

Dave Pollick commented

Christmas in August! New material for my fav band since 1977

J Richter

J Richter commented

I didn't see a pledge that included physical copies of both albums. Is "Crackology" a digital-only release?

Loud & Proud Records

Loud & Proud Records commented

Yes, Crackology is a digital-only release. Thanks!

Terry Warrick

Terry Warrick commented

Will it at least be available in a lossless format (FLAC, WAV, etc...)

Loud & Proud Records

Loud & Proud Records commented

Yes, Pledgers can download the first track starting tomorrow (Friday 5/25), which is available in FLAC or WAV file via Pledge. Enjoy!

Loud & Proud Records

Loud & Proud Records commented

Apologies for the misinformation earlier. WAV files are converted to FLAC and mp3, so only those formats are available for download. Our mistake earlier, sorry about that.