Talk:Sports (Huey Lewis and the News album)

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Fanboy talk?[edit]

Looks like this paragraph is fanboy and not encyclopedic. Thoughts?

The sound quality of the 1990’s “Re-mastered” edition has been a topic of debate amongst Huey Lewis enthusiasts. Criticisms of the re-release allege that the sound engineers pumped up the bass and cut back on the high and midfrequencies, resulting in the whole album sounding bloated and muddy. Another pain point tends to be the remastered vocals on “The Heart of Rock and Roll” being slightly out of tune. The general consensus is that the re-release is great for the bonus tracks but is actually of inferior sound quality. The mid-range tones are not there like the original album. The 1980’s CD that is sought out by fans is Chrysalis Records Catalog # VK 41412 DiDx 76 Barcode: 0 4411-41412-2, Manufactured in West Germany. The original pressing has a crisper sound, and a better balance overall. It’s well worth searching out either the original Chrysalis CD or the out of print 24K Gold MFSL audiophile issue CD. DFS (talk) 00:09, 15 July 2012 (UTC)

There were no sources to back it up. It's weasel wordy so I removed it. --StarcheerspeaksnewslostwarsTalk to me 23:43, 27 November 2012 (UTC)