Yup. I grew up in the eighties my friend. Soundtracks came out on something called cassettes back then. Then cds were invented and this one I had upgraded to cd for a double dip circa 1992ish. Man I feel old.
Is just my copy of An American Tail that sounds as if a huge, thick curtain was drapped over my speakers when I play it?
It's not just you. Even the violin solos sound like they're being playing inside a heavily-soundproofed room fifty yards away. I would kill for properly remastered versions of An American Tail and The Land Before Time (with extra music, of course).
Yeah, both scores sound muddled and pretty awful on CD. I don't recall how they sounded on LP.
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...a lengthy score from the 80’s, full of fantasy and excitement.
Sounds more like Willow than Batteries Not Included.
"Yeah if all you read is blah blah blah fantasy blah blah blah," said Roger in response to Willow last week. So, it's not Willow. Doesn't fit the teacup/griddle/home clues either. Only Batteries Not Included does that.