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Nah it's just adding an Enz live cd back into the catalogue.  It's 2017- you are seriously fooling yourself if you think a catalogue cd with no tour, no advertising , and no band is going to make bucket loads of cash,especially at $14.99 for two cd release. 

It does however mean that new fans can get this, or those who missed out previously and don't want to get shafted on Ebay.  Also keep in mind Paul that there is no written law that you have to buy this, don't want it, don't need it, don't buy it.   But for those who do and are enjoying it - I'll never have a problem with that.  Also, if it does happen to have some momentum, it may well lead to some other Enz releases.  I still get a buzz to see the Enz on the charts after all this time. 

gryphon posted:

Nah it's just adding an Enz live cd back into the catalogue.  It does however mean that new fans can get this, or those who missed out previously and don't want to get shafted on Ebay.  Also keep in mind Paul that there is no written law that you have to buy this, don't want it, don't need it, don't buy it.  

I hadn't realised that Extravagenza was out of print. Surely, if the aim was to get a live CD back in print, just reissuing that would have done the trick. And, of course, I'm under no obligation to buy it. It just seems a shame to charge fans for the price of a double when only half the album is actually "new" material.

Oh with Eddie around there is no way it would be that simple *GRIN*.  $14.99 isn't too bad - and I'm guessing but is CD#2 on iTunes as a single upload? (I haven't checked) ..that could be a cheaper alternative for those who just want it. If this catalogue release leads to other unreleased shows i'm always fine with that. ...

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