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Rare Half-Speed Mastered Superdisc LP from Nautilus!
24 Carrots is the ninth album by Al Stewart (possibly best-known for "Year Of The Cat"), released in 1980. This is Stewart's first album with his new band Shot In The Dark and his first album which includes humor (as the title clearly states)! The album includes the up-beat, fast-paced "Constantinople" and the Irish influenced "Rocks In The Ocean".
Nautilus Half Speed Mastered - Listen To The Difference!
A Nautilus Superdisc is a recording that reproduces with startling accuracy all of the musical energy and dynamics recorded by the artist on the original master tape. Nautilus' Superdiscs are created using state-of-the-art technology and the finest imported virgin vinyl. Each record is individually inspected using the highest quality control standards. "Ticks and Pops" (surface noise) often found on mass-produced albums are virtually non-existent on Nautilus' silky-quiet pressings. This album will make your stereo system sound better. Listen to a Nautilus Superdisc and experience all the music!
- Vinyl LP
- 1/2 Speed Mastered from the Original Master Tapes
- Pressed on Virgin Vinyl
- Rare Nautilus Superdisc
- Running Man
- Midnight Rocks
- Merlin's Time
- Mondo Sinistro
- Murmansk Run / Ellis Island
- Rocks In The Ocean
- Paint By Numbers
- Optical Illusion