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Rejoice! I’m Dead! – Gong (5.1 FLAC)

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Gong entered yet another new phase on their four-decades-plus journey with Rejoice! I’m Dead!, their 2016 studio album. It was the follow-up to 2014’s I See You, the last album founding member Daevid Allen would ultimately record with Gong.

Rejoice! I’m Dead! was recorded in London in the Spring of 2016 at Brixton Hill Studios, engineered by Nick Howiantz and Gong; mixed by Mark Cawthra (Infallible Ear) and Dave Sturt (Swimming Head). The Pineapple Thief frontman Bruce Soord created the 5.1 surround mix.

Comet – Markus Reuter (5.1 & 4.0 FLAC)

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Comet is the follow-up to 2018’s Winter Solstice, and experimental musician Markus Reuter’s second ambient release of traditional German Christmas melodies. In addition to the meditative soundscapes, which are based on the series of pitches of each tune, he’s also overdubbed straight versions of the original melodies. Enjoy this strangely-hypnotizing parallel universe!

Winter Solstice – Markus Reuter (5.1 & 4.0 FLAC)

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Boundary-pushing experimental musician Markus Reuter (Devin Townsend, Tim Bowness) presents unique soundscape versions of traditional songs usually associated with Christmastime in Germany. In addition to the meditative soundscapes, which are based on the series of pitches of each tune, he’s also overdubbed straight versions of the original melodies. Enjoy this strangely-hypnotizing parallel universe!

The Fall Of Hearts – Katatonia (5.1 FLAC)

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Katatonia, the Swedish purveyors of dark progressive rock/metal, released their 10th studio album, The Fall of Hearts in May 2016, through their long-time home of Peaceville Records.

The official follow-up to 2012’s acclaimed Dead End Kings was recorded at Stockholm’s Studio Gröndahl & Tri-lamb Studio, and was self-produced by Anders Nyström & Jonas Renkse. Mixing and mastering duties were carried out by Jens Bogren (Opeth, Ishahn, Devin Townsend) at Fascination Street Studios, with Karl Daniel Lidén (Switchblade, The Ocean, Greenleaf) brought in as engineer. The Pineapple Thief frontman Bruce Soord created the 5.1 surround mix.

Sanctitude – Katatonia (5.1 FLAC)

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Sanctitude (2015) is a concert film drawn from the stunning candle-lit setting of London’s Union Chapel, where Katatonia were joined on guitar and vocals by Bruce Soord (The Pineapple Thief).

The 80-minute set features songs taken from the albums The Great Cold Distance (2006), Viva Emptiness (2003), Brave Murder Day (1996), Last Fair Deal Gone Down (2001) and Dead End Kings (2012), and Dethroned & Uncrowned (2013). The show closes with the sublime “The One You Are Looking For Is Not Here,” featuring a guest appearance by vocalist Silje Wergeland from The Gathering.

Dethroned & Uncrowned – Katatonia (5.1 FLAC)

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Originally released on the Peaceville label in August 2012, Katatonia’s home for the past 18 years, Dead End Kings was the band’s most successful album to date and cemented Katatonia’s position as masters of a unique kind of hard-edged atmospheric Rock. Kscope released Dethroned & Uncrowned in September 2013, a radical reinterpretation of Dead End Kings and the band’s first release on Kscope.

Dethroned & Uncrowned allowed Katatonia the opportunity to explore a more ambient and progressive sound, creating new moods and textures while still staying truthful to the core of the original songs.

Dead End Kings – Katatonia (5.1 FLAC)

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Katatonia was formed in Sweden in 1991 by Anders Nyström and Jonas Renkse. Their debut album, ‘Dance of December Souls’, was released in 1993, gaining the band recognition for their eclectic brand of gothic doom/death metal, joining acts such as Paradise Lost and My Dying Bride as one of the genre’s defining bands.

A continuation of 2009’s inspired and acclaimed Night Is The New Day, as well as a leap forward into the unknown, Dead End Kings saw the quintet conjure yet another milestone in audial melancholy and angst.

Night Is The New Day – Katatonia (5.1 FLAC)

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Katatonia’s eighth album, Night Is The New Day (2009) saw a continuation of the heaviness and depth of their previous album, The Great Cold Distance (2006), with the band additionally creating a more eclectic sound (alternating between prog moments, Doom, Folk & the classic melodic anthems that were and still are staples to Katatonia’s uncompromising sound).

For the album’s 10th anniversary in 2019, the band enlisted Bruce Soord – the frontman and creative force behind The Pineapple Thief – to remix it in 5.1 surround.

The Great Cold Distance (Live in Bulgaria With The Orchestra Of State Opera – Plovdiv) – Katatonia (5.1 FLAC)

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Hailed as one of the leaders of the death-doom genre alongside My Dying Bride and Paradise Lost, Sweden’s Katatonia have spent 25 years constantly evolving into the much-loved purveyor of dark progressive rock/metal they are today.

Previously only available in full as part of the deluxe 4-disc earbook edition of The Great Cold Distance, released in January 2017, this live album features Katatonia playing the album in its entirety with the renowned Orchestra Of State Opera (Plovdiv) in Bulgaria (recorded September 2016). Once again, 5.1 mixing duties are handled by The Pineapple Thief’s Bruce Soord.

The Great Cold Distance – Katatonia (5.1 FLAC)

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Hailed as one of the leaders of the death-doom genre alongside My Dying Bride and Paradise Lost, Sweden’s Katatonia have spent 25 years constantly evolving into the much-loved purveyor of dark progressive rock/metal they are today.

2016 marked not only the band’s 25th anniversary but also 10 years since the release of their highly regarded Peaceville album The Great Cold Distance. The band enlisted Bruce Soord, the frontman and creative force behind The Pineapple Thief, to remix the album into 5.1 surround.

Clique! – Patricia Barber (5.1 FLAC)

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Patricia Barber, the performer known for boldly blurring the lines between poetry, jazz, and art song, has released Clique! a new all-standards album in breathtaking 5.1 surround sound.

The long-awaited successor to Nightclub (2002), her critically acclaimed and fan-favorite first all standards album, Clique! features a track list of tunes that Barber has frequently performed as encores throughout her illustrious career.

Clique! is available as a digital download or Hybrid SACD.

He-Man Main Theme – Charles-Henri Avelange (5.1 WAV)

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This is a Heavy Metal/Orchestral cover of the original 1982 He-Man Main Theme, produced and arranged by Charles-Henri Avelange. As a huge fan of the original series, Avelange spared no expense to give this cover the most authentic sound it could have: therefore, all instruments had to be recorded live. The violin section was performed by virtuoso french violinist Ambroise Aubrun, all guitars played by Michael NOMAD Ripoll, brass section by trumpet extraordinaire Chris Tedesco, and the electric bass by Charles-Henri Avelange.

All This Will Be Yours – Bruce Soord (5.1 FLAC)

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Fresh from a run of successful albums and tours with The Pineapple Thief, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and frontman Bruce Soord began recording his second solo album, All This Will Be Yours, in April 2019.

Described by Soord as an observational record, All This Will Be Yours is inspired by the joy felt by the birth of his third child juxtaposed by the local deprivation in his hometown. Whilst on walks in Yeovil, Bruce took field recordings as he witnessed the ‘incarcerated souls’ shuffling to local drug den ‘number 158’, the screaming children on their commute to school, the incessant sounds of sirens, and an old man singing as he walked past his house.

Bruce Soord – Bruce Soord (5.1 FLAC)

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Bruce Soord, the frontman and creative force behind The Pineapple Thief, released his debut solo album in October 2015. The self-titled album was recorded during the summer of 2015 at Soord’s UK studio, featuring ten tracks written and performed by Soord with Darren Charles (Godsticks) playing additional guitar.

Having wanted to make a solo album for many years, Soord explores the softer, dreamier side of his songwriting here – more acoustic in nature, whilst retaining depth in its arrangement. The album is a celebration of youthful idealism as much as it is a eulogy of times past

DEEP – Stick Men (5.1 FLAC)

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DEEP (2013) is progressive rock supergroup Stick Men’s second full-length album. The group takes its name from the Chapman Stick, an unusual electronic instrument that features both bass and guitar strings.

Featuring renowned composer/guitarist Markus Reuter and the peerless King Crimson rhythm section of Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto – plus a new fantastic 5.1 remix by Neil Wilkes – DEEP is sure to impress any progressive rock or surround sound music fan.

Versions Of The Truth – The Pineapple Thief (5.1 FLAC)

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With the release of their thirteenth studio album, Versions Of The Truth (2020), The Pineapple Thief have raised their exceptional standards once more, having produced what may ultimately be seen as one of the most important albums of 2020.

Reflecting on how there can be more than one ‘version of the truth,’ the album’s songs revolve around the impact the media can have on our lives and the people we love.

Dissolution – The Pineapple Thief (5.1 FLAC)

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Dissolution (2018) is the follow-up to The Pineapple Thief’s acclaimed 2016 album Your Wilderness. On Dissolution, The Pineapple Thief elevate themselves to new heights, showcasing developing songwriting and technical capabilities.

The album concept tells of the dark consequences of living in a society in which everything is played out on a public stage (a theme paralleled in the cover art, which was created by ‘glitching’ the original photographs).

Where We Stood (In Concert) – The Pineapple Thief (5.1 FLAC)

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Bringing an unforgettable 14-date European Winter tour of their acclaimed 2016 album Your Wilderness to a close, The Pineapple Thief, led by post-progressive mastermind Bruce Soord and reinforced by Gavin Harrison (Porcupine Tree, King Crimson) on drums, gave a truly awe-inspiring performance on 11th February 2017 at the sold-out Islington Assembly Hall in London.

Where We Stood showcases tight playing from both band regulars and guests on tracks from Your Wilderness, including “In Exile,” “No Man’s Land” and “The Final Thing On My Mind,” and of the classics from previous albums, “Nothing At Best,” “Show A Little Love” and “Simple As That.”

Your Wilderness – The Pineapple Thief (5.1 FLAC)

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Your Wilderness (2016) is The Pineapple Thief’s eleventh studio album, and the first to feature Gavin Harrison (Porcupine Tree, King Crimson) behind the drum kit. Featuring striking artwork by Carl Glover, lyrically Your Wilderness follows the journey of a parent and child through love, estrangement and reconciliation as their lives unfold.

An enigmatic blend of harder-hitting rock (“Tear You Up,” “Take Your Shot”) and delicate acoustic interplay (“No Man’s Land,” “That Shore”), Your Wilderness is sure to please fans of Radiohead, Porcupine Tree, and other British progressive artists.

Sanctuary III – Rob Reed (5.1 FLAC)

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Rob Reed’s Sanctuary III (2018) is the follow-up to the acclaimed Sanctuary (2014) and Sanctuary II (2016) albums. Rob single-handedly produced, mixed and engineered the album, and plays most of the instruments himself, with the help of legendary drummer Simon Phillips (Toto, Mike Oldfield), recorder player Les Penning and Tubular Bells producers Tom Newman and Simon Heyworth.

Lifelike – A Bad Think (Atmos MP4 & MKV + 5.1 FLAC)

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“Lifelike” is an accurate title for this new Dolby Atmos album from rock project, A Bad Think. Mixed by Bob Clearmountain, Dave Way, and Steve Genewick, “Lifelike” features Michael Marquart alongside talented collaborators like Jeremy Stacey, Sean Hurley, Fernando Perdomo, Kirk Hellie, and more. After his Grammy nomination in 2020 for the 5.1 album “The Savior,” Marquart is back with an album that reflects everything we love about his genre-bending musical style.

Early Americans – Jane Ira Bloom (5.1 WAV)

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Early Americans (2016) is American jazz saxophonist Jane Ira Bloom’s 16th studio album. Produced and mixed by award-winning engineer Jim Anderson at Manhattan’s Avatar Studios, Early Americans received the Grammy Award for Best Immersive Audio Album in 2018.

Available as a digital download or CD/BluRay bundle.

Music Of Our Times – Gary Husband & Markus Reuter (5.1 FLAC)

$11.99 USD

Temporarily stranded after a live performance in Tokyo, Japan due to the COVID-19 pandemic, experimental musicians Gary Husband and Markus Reuter embarked on an impromptu journey of both mind and soul.

The result: one of the most unique and timeless efforts ever to grace the improvisational/avant-garde genre, Music Of Our Times (2020).

Nothing But The Truth – The Pineapple Thief (Atmos MKV & 5.1 FLAC)

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Nothing But The Truth captures British progressive rock outfit The Pineapple Thief at their very best, performing various tracks from their illustrious catalogue including – for the first time in a live setting – songs from their latest studio album, Versions Of The Truth (2020).

Alongside the high-definition stereo & 5.1 mixes, the band has elected to include a Dolby Atmos immersive mix as well. Unlike most live multichannel recordings, Soord’s immersive mixes drop the listener right in the center of the band.