War - The Best Of War And More DTS

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 War - The Best Of War and More DTS 
Artist...............: War
Album................: The Best Of War and More
Source...............: Lossless
Year.................: 1987
Burn test............: 10/6/2012
Channels.............: 5.1 / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Included.............: WAV, CUE, nfo, Cover
Posted by............: MrMalikai on 10/9/2012
Information..........: Converted a number of years ago
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Play it LOUD
01.Livin' In The Red
02.Low Rider
03.The Cisco Kid
04.Slippin' Into Darkness
05.Me And Baby Brother
07.Spill The Wine
08.All Day Music
09.Why Can't We Be Friends
11.City Country City
12.Whose Cadillac Is That
13.Low Rider (Remix)
Playing Time.........: 00:49:55
Total Size...........: 503.00 MB
It's a stereo to DTS 5.1 conversion. Burn it to a standard CD-R.
Can be played on home theater systems that have a DTS decoder
and on PC's with the software to play DTS.
It's not a perfect compilation by any means -- there's no "The World Is a Ghetto" 
and a bad remix of "Low Rider," for starters -- but it's an important release 
from this influential band. The original vinyl was definitive.. allmusic.com

The music of War sounds invariably recalls a sticky summer day in LA for me. 
Their sound was fairly progressive for the 1970's: combining latin sounds, jazz, 
funk, and rock. They racked up an array of great hits in the 1970's, first as 
the backup band for Animal's lead singer Eric Burdon and then on their own. The 
majority of their hits are here, including the Top 10 songs "Spill the Wine" 
(#3 in 1970), "The Cisco Kid" (#2 in 1973), ""Why Can't We Be Friends?" (#6 in 1975), 
"Low Rider" (#7 in 1975), and "Summer" (#7 in 1976). These songs are venerable 
enough to be "oldies," but they sound astonishingly current. Unsurprisingly, 
these songs have been sampled by numerous acts and used in numerous movies, 
perhaps most recently "21 Grams."

Unfortunately, this collection omits two of their biggest and best songs: 
"The World is a Ghetto" (#7 in 1973) and "Gypsy Man" (#8 in 1973). If a band 
has seven Top 10 singles, all of those songs should be on their greatest hits 
collection! The CD also culminates on a low-note - a 1987 remix by Arthur Baker 
of "Low Rider." You might not recognize that name, but you'll recognize Baker's 
sound; he scored such 80's movie as "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," and he injects 
the remix with an unhealthy dose of 80's cheese.

Ultimately, this anthology is arguably the best single-disk compilation of War's 
music although with some serious flaws. Casual fans will probably be satisfied, 
but others should seek out one of their double-disk collections.
By Westley on http://www.amazon.com
War - The Best Of War And More DTS.cue 1.397 KB
War - The Best Of War And More DTS.nfo 7.022 KB
War - The Best Of War And More DTS.wav 528.443 MB
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