Subcategories

Espers - Albums Collection 2003-2009 [4CD]

Posted By: Designol
Espers - Albums Collection 2003-2009 [4CD]

Espers - Albums Collection 2003-2009 [4CD]
EAC | FLAC | Image/Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 1.25 Gb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320/Stereo) ~ 443 Mb (incl 5%)
Genre: Neo-Psychedelia, Folk Rock, Indie Rock, Space Rock | Time: 02:54:58 | Scans included

Collection includes: Espers (2003); The Weed Tree (2005); Espers II (2006) and Espers III (2009).
Neo-psychedelic folk trio the Espers began appearing in the Philadelphia area in early 2002. With a core provided by singer/songwriter Greg Weeks, Meg Baird, and Brooke Sietinsons and rounded out by numerous collaborators, their heady blend of chamber rock, baroque pop, and late-'60s British folk won them a small but devoted following both locally and nationally. Their intoxicating self-titled debut arrived in 2004 on the Locust label. The EP Weed Tree, a collection of covers, traditional pieces, and originals, arrived in 2005, followed in 2006 by the full-length II. Their fourth album, III, was released on October 20, 2009.
Espers - Albums Collection 2003-2009 [4CD]



–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––-


Espers - Albums Collection 2003-2009 [4CD]

Espers (2003)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 272 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320/Stereo) ~ 101 Mb (incl 5%)
Label: Locust Music | # LOCUST 44 | Time: 00:40:27 | Scans included

Acid-folk maestro Greg Weeks' psychedelic trio Espers – with Meg Baird and Brooke Sietinsons – has created a delicate and blissfully unsettling debut. Weeks' autoharp on tracks like "Flowery Noontide" conjures images of home-baked '60s folk played by sincere and optimistic flower children and dark and dreamy drifters. "Meadow," similarly, recalls the sunshine and doom chamber pop and subtle acoustic guitar of Donovan on "Susan on the West Coast Waiting" or "Atlantis," or Fairport Convention. "Riding" could easily fit on the Super Furry Animals brilliant and catchy West Coast pop collection Phantom Power – but then "Voices" is nearly as hazy and Far Eastern as Six Organs of Admittance, and "Hearts & Daggers" is over eight minutes of druggy, medieval-inspired British baroque noise. Espers' music is entirely incongruous with the trends of 2003-2004 – from the devil-may-care rock of Jet and the Strokes, to the over-the-top, cosmic, and sexy wunder-metal of the Darkness. But you can't help but feel that Espers are onto something – not quite the soft-is-the-new-loud irony of Belle & Sebastian, but a more sinister and trippy picture of a foreboding horizon in the midst of the most beautiful sunset.

Review by Charles Spano, Allmusic.com
Tracklist:

01. Flowery Noontide (04:10)
02. Meadow (04:11)
03. Riding (04:09)
04. Voices (03:44)
05. Hearts & Daggers (08:34)
06. Byss & Abyss (06:03)
07. Daughter (03:03)
08. Travel Mountains (06:30)


Отчёт EAC об извлечении, выполненном 25. января 2009, 16:08 для диска:
Espers / Espers

Дисковод: ASUS DRW-2014S1 Adapter: 2 ID: 1
Режим чтения: Достоверный (C2: нет, Точный поток: да, Отключение кэша: да)
Коррекция смещения при чтении: 6
Способность читать области Lead-in и Lead-out : Нет

Выходной формат: Внутренние WAV-операции
44.100 Гц; 16 бит; стерео

Другие параметры:
Заполнение пропущенных сэмплов тишиной : Да
Удаление блоков с тишиной в начале и конце : Нет
Встроенный Win32-интерфейс для Win NT/2000


Характеристики диапазона извлечения и сообщения об ошибках
Выбранный диапазон
Имя файла C:\My Music\Espers\Espers - Espers\Espers - Espers.wav

Пиковый уровень 86.1 %
Качество диапазона 100.0 %
CRC 1329BBC4
Копирование… OK

Ошибок не произошло

Конец отчёта

foobar2000 1.2.1 / Dynamic Range Meter 1.1.1
log date: 2013-02-10 23:13:08

––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
Analyzed: Espers / Espers
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

DR Peak RMS Duration Track
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
DR10 -2.11 dB -14.41 dB 4:10 01-Flowery Noontide
DR7 -2.26 dB -12.08 dB 4:11 02-Meadow
DR10 -2.05 dB -13.95 dB 4:09 03-Riding
DR9 -1.32 dB -12.63 dB 3:45 04-Voices
DR9 -1.74 dB -12.94 dB 8:34 05-Hearts & Daggers
DR10 -1.86 dB -14.24 dB 6:04 06-Byss & Abyss
DR9 -1.41 dB -12.52 dB 3:04 07-Daughter
DR9 -1.30 dB -13.18 dB 6:30 08-Travel Mountains
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

Number of tracks: 8
Official DR value: DR9

Samplerate: 44100 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 16
Bitrate: 882 kbps
Codec: FLAC
================================================================================


–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––-


Espers - Albums Collection 2003-2009 [4CD]

The Weed Tree (2005)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 263 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320/Stereo) ~ 91 Mb (incl 5%)
Label: Locust Music | # LOCUST 73 | Time: 00:36:55 | Scans included

Like a reincarnated Pentangle for the neo-psychedelic folk crowd, newly expanded Philadelphia sextet the Espers come full circle on their intoxicating EP Weed Tree. Less murky than their self-titled debut, Tree is a bright, fluid, and promising collection of six covers and one original that sees the group poised for an explosive (quietly, that is) full-length record in the near future. the Espers mine the traditional ("Rosemary Lane," "Black Is the Color") with grace and reverence, keeping the framework steeped in enough British folk acoustics that when a keyboard appears out of nowhere it's not at all intrusive; rather it's the lightening bolt in a gray sky that illuminates the crows below. Speaking of dark imagery, the collective's creepy rendition of Blue Öyster Cult's "Flaming Telepaths" from 1974's Secret Treaties stays surprisingly true to its source. A haunting version of Manchester, England, post-punk outfit Durutti Column's "Tomorrow" is also a highlight, with the refreshingly clear voices of Meg Baird and Greg Weeks finding the perfect middle ground between despair and serenity. Weed Tree could have been an exercise in tedium, but like fellow interpreter Alasdair Roberts, the Espers have more than a love for the sound of late-'60s acid folk; they have a vision for its future.

Review by James Christopher Monger, Allmusic.com
Tracklist:

01. Rosemary Lane (04:38)
02. Tomorrow (04:06)
03. Black is The Color (05:33)
04. Afraid (03:11)
05. Blue Mountain (04:47)
06. Flaming Telepaths (09:58)
07. Dead King (04:39)


Отчёт EAC об извлечении, выполненном 25. января 2009, 15:57 для диска:
Espers / The Weed Tree

Дисковод: ASUS DRW-2014S1 Adapter: 2 ID: 1
Режим чтения: Достоверный (C2: нет, Точный поток: да, Отключение кэша: да)
Коррекция смещения при чтении: 6
Способность читать области Lead-in и Lead-out : Нет

Выходной формат: Внутренние WAV-операции
44.100 Гц; 16 бит; стерео

Другие параметры:
Заполнение пропущенных сэмплов тишиной : Да
Удаление блоков с тишиной в начале и конце : Нет
Встроенный Win32-интерфейс для Win NT/2000


Характеристики диапазона извлечения и сообщения об ошибках
Выбранный диапазон
Имя файла C:\My Music\Espers\Espers - The Weed Tree\Espers - The Weed Tree.wav

Пиковый уровень 100.0 %
Качество диапазона 100.0 %
CRC 50C5E793
Копирование… OK

Ошибок не произошло

Конец отчёта

foobar2000 1.2.1 / Dynamic Range Meter 1.1.1
log date: 2013-02-10 23:13:44

––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
Analyzed: Espers / The Weed Tree
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

DR Peak RMS Duration Track
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
DR11 -0.11 dB -13.24 dB 4:39 01-Rosemary Lane
DR11 -0.05 dB -12.08 dB 4:07 02-Tomorrow
DR11 -0.08 dB -14.05 dB 5:33 03-Black is The Color
DR11 -0.10 dB -13.16 dB 3:11 04-Afraid
DR9 -0.02 dB -11.26 dB 4:47 05-Blue Mountain
DR9 0.00 dB -11.42 dB 9:58 06-Flaming Telepaths
DR10 -0.05 dB -14.67 dB 4:40 07-Dead King
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

Number of tracks: 7
Official DR value: DR10

Samplerate: 44100 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 16
Bitrate: 939 kbps
Codec: FLAC
================================================================================


–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––-


Espers - Albums Collection 2003-2009 [4CD]

Espers II (2006)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 406 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320/Stereo) ~ 124 Mb (incl 5%)
Label: Drag City | # DC310CD | Time: 00:50:04 | Scans included

Where Espers' self-titled debut album was drenched in sunshine melodies, traditional folk influences, and psychedelic acid-folk sounds ranging from Fairport Convention and Donovan to Six Organs of Admittance and Super Furry Animals, and their creepy, apocalyptic EP – who else would cover the Durutti Column, Nico, Michael Hurley, and the Blue Öyster Cult on the same record as a reverent version of "Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair" – neither of these offerings truly prepare the listener for II. This Philly quintet fronted by Greg Weeks, Meg Baird, and Brooke Sietinsons have gone over the edge this time while retaining just a modicum of restraint to hold all the pieces together. The proof is in the kool-aid so to speak. The opener is the sharp, gloomy, 17th century-styled Elizabethan folk of "Dead Queen," that feels more like Pentangle, and it's countered in "Widow's Weed," the very next track, by a slew of screeing electric guitars atop a snare-heavy drumkit awash in feedback that never quite lets go of the early 1800s in its melody. Here Eastern modal drone meets trad-Anglo balladry in an opium den of thieves and warriors. "Cruel Storm," uses a sparse wash of modal jazz chords to create an open-tuned dirge that floats on an augmented key elegance; it is adorned by skeletal percussion and whispering feedback in the outer reaches. Its restraint is deceptive as Baird's vocals are a bead hinting that this cruel storm is not a disaster because the disaster has already happened. There are musical hints of a sonic whiplash daring itself to reoccur in the mirror-distorted strings which cut in and out sharply from the margins as Baird sings of something out of reach but whose memory is distinct, horrific, now absent yet full of dread. The drifting psychedelic folk of "Children of Stone," suggests a dark, bleary eyed cousin to It's A Beautiful Day's "White Bird" hippie optimism. This is pushed a step in each direction in "Mansfield and Cyclops," where the repetitive Vini Reilly-styled guitars Weeks plays cancel themselves out as stray bits of 20th century West Coast strummery (think "Suite: Judy Blues Eyes"), and darkly Bert Jansch-resuscitation Steeleye Span's post-Martin Carthy experimentalism. Once more, Baird's voice (in her best Kendra Smith-kisses-Joni Mitchell mindwarp) sets a crumbling, sodden and ancient terrain to anchor to as Möebius strip basses, drums (yes, and those rubbery guitars) emboldened by myriad instruments (dumbecks, cello, an omnichord) vie for the washed-out hazy sun of nether backporch tomorrowland. In "Dead King," hints of Shirley and Dolly Collins – sung to Helen Adam's weird, late-night gothic poetry – and David Tibet's post-apocalyptic folkery meet the Velvets' "Venus in Furs" in the Castle Gormenghast hosted by Count Leopold von Sacher-Masoch himself. The final track, "Moon Occults the Sun," finds Weeks slowly sawing cellos, acoustic bright, rounded electrics, and droning single-string modal guitars flowing through Weeks' and Baird's voices, ushering in varying degrees of clouds, darkness, and the spirit of black night itself. Once more, one can hear the Velvets creeping through the underbrush, but they're not the only ones – here is where Comus and Fresh Maggots offer their blunted blades, black with mud and mercury under a sky where the moon has turned to blood. Dumbek is a Doric transistorized organ, here fuzzed-out over intensifying guitars and doggedly persistent basses carrying forth the banner of a folk music that never existed for any folk at all, but merely as the face of their fears. (If "Cortez the Killer" had been composed by a court minstrel's band instead of a raggedy-ass, wasted Neil Young, it might have sounded like this.) All of these songs are sure to be long-ranging from just over five to nearly nine minutes – but it's what gives Espers the chance not only to seamlessly blend their many influences – it isn't their fault all this stuff had been done before – but to create a kind of ancient-to-modern blend of Anglo song that points to a murky future while erasing an even sketchier past. Espers II is both wondrous and troubling.

Review by Thom Jurek, Allmusic.com
Tracklist:

01. Dead Queen (08:13)
02. Widow's Weed (06:51)
03. Cruel Storm (05:17)
04. Children of Stone (08:54)
05. Mansfield and Cyclops (05:57)
06. Dead King (08:02)
07. Moon Occults the Sun (06:47)


Отчёт EAC об извлечении, выполненном 25. января 2009, 16:17 для диска:
Espers / Espers II

Дисковод: ASUS DRW-2014S1 Adapter: 2 ID: 1
Режим чтения: Достоверный (C2: нет, Точный поток: да, Отключение кэша: да)
Коррекция смещения при чтении: 6
Способность читать области Lead-in и Lead-out : Нет

Выходной формат: Внутренние WAV-операции
44.100 Гц; 16 бит; стерео

Другие параметры:
Заполнение пропущенных сэмплов тишиной : Да
Удаление блоков с тишиной в начале и конце : Нет
Встроенный Win32-интерфейс для Win NT/2000


Характеристики диапазона извлечения и сообщения об ошибках
Выбранный диапазон
Имя файла C:\My Music\Espers\Espers - Espers II\Espers - Espers II.wav

Пиковый уровень 100.0 %
Качество диапазона 99.9 %
CRC 7FA061C8
Копирование… OK

Ошибок не произошло

Конец отчёта

foobar2000 1.2.1 / Dynamic Range Meter 1.1.1
log date: 2013-02-10 23:14:33

––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
Analyzed: Espers / Espers II
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

DR Peak RMS Duration Track
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
DR5 0.00 dB -7.93 dB 8:13 01-Dead Queen
DR6 0.00 dB -8.64 dB 6:52 02-Widow's Weed
DR5 0.00 dB -7.09 dB 5:18 03-Cruel Storm
DR6 0.00 dB -7.96 dB 8:54 04-Children of Stone
DR5 0.00 dB -7.15 dB 5:57 05-Mansfield and Cyclops
DR5 0.00 dB -7.22 dB 8:03 06-Dead King
DR6 0.00 dB -7.46 dB 6:47 07-Moon Occults the Sun
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

Number of tracks: 7
Official DR value: DR6

Samplerate: 44100 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 16
Bitrate: 1069 kbps
Codec: FLAC
================================================================================


–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––-


Espers - Albums Collection 2003-2009 [4CD]

Espers III (2009)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 342 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320/Stereo) ~ 126 Mb (incl 5%)
Label: Drag City | # DC416CD | Time: 00:47:31 | Scans included

It's been a pretty vast musical journey so far: from the freak folk of Espers' debut album to the wide-ranging psychedelia of their covers EP, to 2006's II, an album stepped in British folk formalism and drenched in overtone modal drones and careening electric guitars that added sheer rock power to the flowery proceedings. On III, the Philadelphia quintet do a bit of a mirror flip. While this album sounds brighter, cheerier, and more upbeat musically, lyrically, these songs inhabit a somewhat darker world. That's fine, the meld of classic American folk-rock, psychedelia, Brit-folk discipline, and the leftover traces of the acid folk of their origins all combine to make a recording of beauty, depth, complex dimensions, and dynamics, underscored by their best songwriting to date. The core of the band features vocalist Meg Baird, and multi-instrumentalists Brooke Sietinsons, and Greg Weeks (who also engineered and produced the set), with Vetiver drummer Otto Hauser and cellist Helena Espvall (who appeared on II as well) rounding out the band. Just compare the first two numbers on III: they are ample evidence of an evolving, more complex songwriting process. There is the near-jaunty folk-rock of "I Can't See Clear," with Baird's alto falling directly into the double-waltz time of the acoustic guitars, bassline, and other stringed instruments until the chorus, where melodically distorted electric guitars are added to the mix and push the track to the margin. The melody line is pronounced, repetitive, and catchy – but the subject matter is anything but light. "The Road of Golden Dust" that features Baird's and Weeks' voices twinned on the verses, is creepier, murkier, and far more haunting. Its lilting melody slithers alone on a lithe backbeat and hypnotic guitar patters. Its notes are much more restrained, but the instrumental passages are labyrinthine. "That Moon Song," with its country-ish tinge, done at a cough syrup pace, blends electric guitars, keyboards, what sounds like a Wurlitzer, and reverb effects along with Espvall's cello and Baird's vocal to create a texture worthy of dreaming. The elegantly slow yet piercing electric guitar breaks morph it into full-on soundscape though its songlike qualities remain. The thick, cushiony textures of distorted instruments collide in "That Which Darkly Thrives" as Weeks' voice hovers and floats above the only clearly heard instruments in the mix – those of the rhythm section; Baird's backing vocal cascades into Weeks', pouring it all through a nearly cinematic sense of the ethereal. "Colony," whose lyrics are impure poetry, is flat-out gorgeous in a slightly sinister, Pentangle kind of way. The album closer, "Trollslända," stands in sharp contrast with its breezy, weave of sprightly bassline, clipped snare and hi-hat, phased electric guitars, and reverbed acoustic six-strings as Weeks and Baird sing the verses in harmony. It's a lullaby of sorts that melds the ancient with a present-tense melancholy. The cello solo by Espvall becomes another voice in the track, and is one of the loveliest things she's ever played on a record. The cut's climax is one of the high points on any Espers record.

This band may take their time between releases now, but they get exponentially more sophisticated and adventurous, not only in their composed material, but in their approach to making records. This is just stellar top to bottom.

Review by Thom Jurek, Allmusic.com
Tracklist:

01. I Can't See Clear (04:14)
02. The Road Of Golden Dust (05:07)
03. Caroline (03:22)
04. The Pearl (04:49)
05. That Which Darkly Thrives (05:14)
06. Sightings (05:12)
07. Meridian (03:13)
08. Another Moon Song (06:03)
09. Colony (04:18)
10. Trollslända (05:53)


Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 5 from 4. May 2009

EAC extraction logfile from 30. December 2009, 17:34

Espers / Espers III

Used drive : HL-DT-STDVDRAM GH15F Adapter: 3 ID: 3

Read mode : Secure
Utilize accurate stream : Yes
Defeat audio cache : Yes
Make use of C2 pointers : No

Read offset correction : 667
Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out : No
Fill up missing offset samples with silence : Yes
Delete leading and trailing silent blocks : No
Null samples used in CRC calculations : Yes
Used interface : Native Win32 interface for Win NT & 2000
Gap handling : Appended to previous track

Used output format : User Defined Encoder
Selected bitrate : 320 kBit/s
Quality : High
Add ID3 tag : No
Command line compressor : C:\Program Files\Exact Audio Copy\Flac\flac.exe
Additional command line options : -V -8 -T "artist=%a" -T "title=%t" -T "album=%g" -T "date=%y" -T "tracknumber=%n" -T "genre=%m" %s


TOC of the extracted CD

Track | Start | Length | Start sector | End sector
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––-
1 | 0:00.00 | 4:14.10 | 0 | 19059
2 | 4:14.10 | 5:07.58 | 19060 | 42142
3 | 9:21.68 | 3:22.31 | 42143 | 57323
4 | 12:44.24 | 4:49.08 | 57324 | 79006
5 | 17:33.32 | 5:14.30 | 79007 | 102586
6 | 22:47.62 | 5:12.67 | 102587 | 126053
7 | 28:00.54 | 3:13.63 | 126054 | 140591
8 | 31:14.42 | 6:03.55 | 140592 | 167871
9 | 37:18.22 | 4:18.68 | 167872 | 187289
10 | 41:37.15 | 5:53.58 | 187290 | 213822


Track 1

Filename D:\EAC rips\Espers - 2009 - Espers III\01 - I Can't See Clear.wav

Pre-gap length 0:00:02.00

Peak level 98.9 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC ADEDFD1B
Copy CRC ADEDFD1B
Cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 1) [C2B1873A], AccurateRip returned [A718C902]
Copy OK

Track 2

Filename D:\EAC rips\Espers - 2009 - Espers III\02 - The Road of Golden Dust.wav

Peak level 98.9 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC B0D46777
Copy CRC B0D46777
Cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 1) [9D574B60], AccurateRip returned [10DBC7B3]
Copy OK

Track 3

Filename D:\EAC rips\Espers - 2009 - Espers III\03 - Caroline.wav

Peak level 98.9 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC 63AEE30C
Copy CRC 63AEE30C
Cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 1) [BAA281D8], AccurateRip returned [5EFB3A78]
Copy OK

Track 4

Filename D:\EAC rips\Espers - 2009 - Espers III\04 - The Pearl.wav

Peak level 98.8 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC F9D226F1
Copy CRC F9D226F1
Cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 1) [211FC845], AccurateRip returned [AE7351CE]
Copy OK

Track 5

Filename D:\EAC rips\Espers - 2009 - Espers III\05 - That Which Darkly Thrives.wav

Peak level 98.9 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC BAB4C1DF
Copy CRC BAB4C1DF
Cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 1) [2EA11CA3], AccurateRip returned [38B5E19D]
Copy OK

Track 6

Filename D:\EAC rips\Espers - 2009 - Espers III\06 - Sigtings.wav

Peak level 98.9 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC 7B563574
Copy CRC 7B563574
Cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 1) [0CC28075], AccurateRip returned [DC667348]
Copy OK

Track 7

Filename D:\EAC rips\Espers - 2009 - Espers III\07 - Meridian.wav

Peak level 98.8 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC 8F50B342
Copy CRC 8F50B342
Cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 1) [EA139048], AccurateRip returned [ECAE3F11]
Copy OK

Track 8

Filename D:\EAC rips\Espers - 2009 - Espers III\08 - Another Moon Song.wav

Peak level 98.8 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC 31536ECE
Copy CRC 31536ECE
Cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 1) [79E7973A], AccurateRip returned [F685250E]
Copy OK

Track 9

Filename D:\EAC rips\Espers - 2009 - Espers III\09 - Colony.wav

Peak level 98.9 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC D2A8E622
Copy CRC D2A8E622
Cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 1) [3F2DEE5B], AccurateRip returned [D77CB1DD]
Copy OK

Track 10

Filename D:\EAC rips\Espers - 2009 - Espers III\10 - Trollslдnda.wav

Peak level 98.9 %
Track quality 100.0 %
Test CRC EEF14B87
Copy CRC EEF14B87
Cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 1) [178C7D21], AccurateRip returned [C8CA66C3]
Copy OK


No tracks could be verified as accurate
You may have a different pressing from the one(s) in the database

No errors occurred

End of status report

foobar2000 1.2.1 / Dynamic Range Meter 1.1.1
log date: 2013-02-10 23:15:17

––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
Analyzed: Espers / III
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

DR Peak RMS Duration Track
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
DR6 -0.10 dB -7.93 dB 4:14 01-I Can't See Clear
DR7 -0.09 dB -7.74 dB 5:08 02-The Road Of Golden Dust
DR6 -0.10 dB -6.81 dB 3:22 03-Caroline
DR7 -0.10 dB -8.29 dB 4:49 04-The Pearl
DR6 -0.10 dB -8.52 dB 5:14 05-That Which Darkly Thrives
DR7 -0.10 dB -8.78 dB 5:13 06-Sightings
DR5 -0.10 dB -6.44 dB 3:14 07-Meridian
DR7 -0.10 dB -9.79 dB 6:04 08-Another Moon Song
DR7 -0.10 dB -8.02 dB 4:19 09-Colony
DR5 -0.10 dB -6.82 dB 5:54 10-Trollslända
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

Number of tracks: 10
Official DR value: DR6

Samplerate: 44100 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 16
Bitrate: 935 kbps
Codec: FLAC
================================================================================


–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––-


All thanks to original releaser

More interesting music in My Blog