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<br>Crosby, Stills & Nash on Nautilus<p>THE Most Bloated Bass in Half Speed History</p>

Crosby, Stills & Nash on Nautilus

THE Most Bloated Bass in Half Speed History

Sonic Grade: F

A Hall of Shame pressing and another Half Speed debunked.

An audiophile record dealer (of course; who else?) once raved to me about Crosby Stills and Nash on Nautilus. I said "What are you talking about? That version sucks!" He replied "No, it’s great. Helplessly Hoping sounds amazing."

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Sku # : crosbcrosb_nr_debunk
Manufacturer : Nautilus Audiophile Pressing

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Now one thing I know about the Nautilus is that although it is wonderfully transparent in the midrange, it may very well take the cake for the most bloated, out of control bass in the history of Half Speed mastering. What song on that album has almost no bass, just lovely voices in the midrange? You guessed it. Helplessly Hoping.

The Nautilus got one track right, and ruined the rest. Using that track for comparison will fool you, and when it comes time to play a whole side of the album you will quickly hear what a disaster it is.

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