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Has anyone else had bad experiences of this?  I got the Very Best of The Smiths some time ago, but was ripping it to MP3 but the sound quality was abysmal.   I wish I could find the original receipt and send the CD back.  It was distorted and inaudible. 

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That's what you get when you pay a penny for a cd.



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noelindublin wrote:

That's what you get when you pay a penny for a cd.


 Au contraire, this is one I paid a fiver for in HMV.  A new digital remaster (sigh!). The Ride CD I got for a penny sounds great despite all the scratches.



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You'll have to write to Morrissey then, to complain about how his lifes work is being ruined by some guy with shaky hands in a remastering studio.



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noelindublin wrote:

You'll have to write to Morrissey then, to complain about how his lifes work is being ruined by some guy with shaky hands in a remastering studio.


 Cheeky sod still owes my missus a brolly.



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