Hackett, Steve - Defector 2 x CDs + 5.1 DVD-A (expanded / remastered) (Mega Blowout Sale)

SKU 23-Virgin 4776825
“Many Hackett fans consider "Defector" to be the last album from his classic solo period. The album is another solid effort from Hackett featuring a nice mix of vocal and instrumental songs. The emphasis here is still on progressive rock in the classic 70's style, but you also hear the beginning of some of the stylings which would feature on Hackett's later releases. Defector was Steve Hackett's highest charting album in the UK (No.9). Released in 1980, it featured the same band as Spectral Mornings.
This deluxe edition features a new remaster of the album along with a CD of Steve Hackett's set at the Reading Festival in 1980. There is also a DVD-A which features a pseudo 5.1 Surround Sound Up-mix derived from the original stereo masters.”.
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DISC ONE.
1. The Steppes.
2. Time To Get Out.
3. Slogans.
4. Leaving.
5. Two Vamps As Guests.
6. Jacuzzi.
7. Hammer In The Sand.
8. The Toast.
9. The Show.
10. Sentimental Institution.
11. Hercules Unchained (B-side of single – released in June 1980).
12. Sentimental Institution (recorded at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane 11th November 1979).
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DISC TWO - recorded live at the Reading Festival, 28th August 1981.
1. The Air Conditioned Nightmare.
2. Every Day.
3. Ace Of Wands.
4. Funny Feeling.
5. The Steppes.
6. Overnight Sleeper.
7. Slogans.
8. A Tower Struck Down.
9. Spectral Mornings.
10. The Show.
11. Clocks - The Angel Of Mons.
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DISC THREE - new pseudo 5.1 surround sound up-mix from the original stereo master tapes.
1. The Steppes.
2. Time To Get Out.
3. Slogans.
4. Leaving.
5. Two Vamps As Guests.
6. Jacuzzi.
7. Hammer In The Sand.
8. The Toast.
9. The Show.
10. Sentimental Institution
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  • UPC602547768254
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Yes....Defector the album is not exactly "up" to Spectral Mornings.....but add the concert that's here,and you've got a GREAT thing. Buy it at this low price...and enjoy!
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