Silverline Records is First Independent Record Label to Release 45 DualDiscs

November 18, in DVD-Audio News

Silverline Records, a division of the 5.1 Entertainment Group, has released twenty additional DualDisc titles for a total of forty-five albums in the month of November. Silverline Records is participating with all major record labels in the launch of DualDisc, a two-sided disc made up of a CD on one side and a DVD on the other. In addition to the album on the CD side, the DVD side provides the full album in DVD-Audio 5.1 surround sound, and also includes a wide range of special features such as music videos, interviews, photo galleries, web links, concert footage and lyrics.

DualDisc plays on existing CD and DVD hardware devices such as car stereos, PCs, DVD players, game consoles and CD players, eliminating the need to purchase new hardware. In addition, it brings value back to the physical music product by offering music fans the opportunity to make a greater connection with their favorite artist.

We are very pleased to be among the first labels bringing DualDisc to the market and are looking forward to a continued release schedule of several titles per month going into 2005. DualDisc represents the opportunity for consumers to experience a multi-dimensional product that represents a quantum leap in the enjoyment of music,” said John Trickett, Chairman of 5.1 Entertainment Group.

Silverline has released the following DualDisc titles:

  • Blondie – ‘The Curse Of Blondie
  • Josh One – ‘Narrow Path
  • The Hiss – ‘Panic Movement
  • Blues Traveler – ‘Truth Be Told
  • Robert Cray – ‘Time Will Tell
  • The Mavericks – ‘The Mavericks
  • Queensryche – ‘Tribe
  • Joey Ramone – ‘Don’t Worry About Me
  • Curtis Mayfield – ‘Live At Ronnie Scott’s
  • Taj Mahal – ‘Live At Ronnie Scott’s
  • Roy Ayers – ‘Live At Ronnie Scott’s
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd – ‘Then & Now
  • Gary Moore – ‘Back To The Blues
  • Jane Monheit – ‘Come Dream With Me
  • Jane Monheit – ‘Never Never Land
  • Geoff Tate – ‘Geoff Tate
  • Living Colour – ‘Collideoscope
  • London Symphony – ‘Handel’s Messiah
  • Cool Yule Allstars – ‘Big Band Christmas
  • London Symphony – ‘Classic Christmas
  • Utah Symphony Orchestra – ‘The Nutcracker
  • Tipper – ‘Surrounded

November 16th

  1. Poncho Sanchez – ‘Poncho At Montreaux
  2. Bob Marley & The Wailers- ‘Soul Rebels
  3. Bob Marley & The Wailers – ‘African Herbsman
  4. Ministry – Animositisomina Ministry – ‘Sphinctour
  5. Big Head Todd – ‘Crimes Of Passion Brides
  6. Of Destruction – ‘Here Come The Brides
  7. Gary Numan – ‘Anthology
  8. Jack Bruce – ‘Shadows In The Air
  9. Corrosion Of Conformity – ‘America’s Volume Dealer
  10. Dar Williams – ‘Green World
  11. Dar Williams – ‘The Beauty Of The Rain
  12. 38 Special – ‘Live At Sturgis
  13. The Fixx – ‘1011 Woodland
  14. The Pogues – ‘Streams Of Whiskey
  15. Bruce Dickinson – ‘Balls To Picasso
  16. Dokken – ‘Erase The Slate
  17. Eddie Money – ‘Shakin’ With The Money Man
  18. Utah Symphony Orchestra, Abravanel – ‘Cantalube – Songs of the Auvergne
  19. Somary – ‘Handel Water Music, Fireworks Music
  20. Utah Symphony Orchestra, Abravanel – ‘Mahler – Symphony No. 5

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  1. Douglas June 5, at 12:10 am

    You can tell when silverline records has done a dvd audio 5.1 as soon as you slide it in a dvd audio player youll notice the very poor 5.1 mixing and the bad sound quality. Specially there front row series just plain garbage. Anyone that has anything to do with Silverline record is a fool because there the very low end of the quality chain……Garbage

  2. Bob April 29, at 3:45 pm

    Yes, it’s sort of sad. The potential for outstanding sound quality with DVD-A 5.1 is there.
    Silverline has done a few good sounding multi channel releases but also many poor ones.
    The demise of this format is not a surprise considering the way silverline did many releases.


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