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Dangerous CD / 2006 Re-release
Andy Taylor | Price: USD 21.95
CD: DD Fan Club 32XD-29764-2 (Japan 2006)
Strictly limited 2006 edition, DANGEROUS (No synthesizers were used on this record!) - the second Andy Taylor solo album of cover versions - remastered and re-packaged - including 7 bonus tracks (such as, b-sides - 'Be Good To Yourself', 'Winner With You' and 'Suffragette City', plus 'THE SPANISH SESSIONS' 4-track demo-only EP written and performed with Luke Morley of Thunder). Comes with 6-page colour booklet (faithfully replicating the original album sleeve artwork), plus cool OBI strip! This CD is professionally mastered and manufactured (not a CD-R or copy of any kind). Digitally re-mastered, perfect sound quality (10).

01. Don't Believe A Word
02. Stone Cold Sober
03. Feel Like Making Love
04. Lola
05. Space Station No. 5
06. Sympathy For The Devil
07. Mustang Sally
08. Violence
09. Cocaine
10. Live Wire

Bonus tracks:
11. Be Good To Yourself
12. Suffragette City
13. Winner With You
14. Quiet Life
15. Lightning
16. Can't Stop The Rain
17. Sleeping With The Past


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Regardless of country of origin all tracks are sung in English, unless otherwise stated in our description.
All items are factory pressed, professionally mastered and manufactured, not a CD-R / DVD-R copies of any kind unless clearly stated!
Deleted - a deleted or out-of-print item is one that is no longer manufactured.

No-one packages a CD album quite like the Japanese. Known as a culture for elaborate and excessive packaging, their approach to the CD album is no exception. From the visual delights of the artwork and packaging, to the content itself, you will without doubt get your money's worth here. The inclusion of the famous 'obi-strip' not only adds a uniquely intriguing aspect, but is also a great marketing tool for the Japanese labels. The term 'obi-strip' is derived from the name of the piece of wide fabric - the obi - that a geisha woman wears around her waist over the traditional Kimono dress. An amazing amount of information is packed onto this little wraparound piece of paper, often noting special tracks, concert dates, discography information and release anniversaries. And, as this information is intended to be read in the home market, it's all printed in Japanese kanji and ~kana script! Whilst they are safely sealed on new release CD's they are often discarded once opened, so they should be considered a real bonus when intact on out-of-print CD's.

In recent years we have seen the obi-strip occasionally replaced with a sleeve sticker, no less attractive and equally unique to the Japanese pressing. Japanese CD albums often benefit from extra music and new video-style content, to further entice the Japanese public to buy their native release and not an import. Non-album tracks and exclusive mixes often feature and there are a huge amount of 'Japan-Only' releases that do not have an equivalent release elsewhere in the world. Japanese pressings will nearly always include a lyric booklet or fold-out lyric sheet. These are dual-language, printed in both the ~kana script and in English, the latter often having some wonderful mis-translations!