Thank you. I've been eager to hear this since your Camberwell Now post from several weeks ago proved so remarkably good. I appreciate your help in discovering great music I have overlooked 'til now.
Thanks for the kind words, hope you enjoy this one as well. By the way, i'm planning to post some This Kind Of Punishment albums, they have a similar sound to This Heat, so you maybe find them interesting.
An excellent, classic band. Thank you.
Thanks to you for the feedback, hope you guys enjoy it.
Many thanks, great band, et compliments pour le site.
Thank you SO much for this upload. I've been trying to find remastered versions of This Heat's albums for *years* -- I have all of their albums on LP -- but this box set is ghastly expensive (~US $100!!). The improvement in sound is marked, and is making me seriously consider buying the physical product...
The link to part 2 no longer works. Any chance you could re-up?
What an exceptional group! Thanks very much for your post.
Can anyone confirm that the remastered This Is discs are actually a sonic improvement over the earlier These discs? I bought the remastered Camberwell Now CD and found it to be much worse sounding than the earlier RecRec CD - I was hoping that this box set would not be the same, but I can't find anything on the web anywhere discussing any kind of comparison.
I can't confirm that either, but i agree with you on the camberwell now stuff...something weird having in mind the great productions that came out from Cold Storage. If i find some early issue from this albums i will post them so you can compare.
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Many thanks for this, especially in such high quality. In many ways This Heat are in my opinion, the one British band that have remained an enigma both musically and historically speaking, more so than say the Legendary Pink Dots, Crass or Throbbing Gristle to name some of their 'peers' in the loosest possible sense. I wish more music bloggers would choose Mega, it really has lived up to the initial hype and in terms of link longevity, I would choose it over any file hosting site around and kudos to your for such impeccable taste in music and file sharing site.
Any chance for a reupload of part 3?Thanks a lot!
Thank you for bringing up your concerns in regards to this post. Before publishing this article I did do a little research on the manufacturer of the Crayola tin. It is stated on their website that they manufacture ALL their tins per the Children's Product Safety Improvement Act guidelines. After I received your comment I took one step further and emailed the manufacturer myself regarding the safety of their tins in regard to foods. They emailed me and stated, "Yes, all are tins are food safe and tested under FDA standards". I hope this puts your mind at ease. If you ever question the food safeness of a particular product you could always line it with wax paper or tin foil before you pack it.
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I just did a post this week on my blog about the fabric covered storage boxes I made!
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Incredible!! Thanks a bunch!
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