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Primus Celebrates Sailing the Seas of Cheese in Dolby TrueHD 5.1 with Webcast

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In anticipation of the forthcoming Deluxe Edition re-issue of innovative rock band Primus’ classic album Sailing the Seas of Cheese Dolby and Universal Music Enterprises (UMe) will be holding a live webcast interview today. Primus’ Les Claypool and Larry LaLonde will be on hand at TRI Studios to celebrate the newly remixed and expanded Deluxe Edition album, which will be released on May 21st. The CD/Blu-ray Deluxe Edition will include an new high-res Dolby TrueHD 5.1 surround sound mix of the album. Additionally, there will be a DVD with surround mix and CD as well.

The webcast is scheduled for today, Monday, May 6 at 3:40PM PDT/6:40PM EDT and can be accessed at https://www.tristudios.com/watch

Release specs:

Primus: ‘Sailing The Seas Of Cheese’ (Deluxe Edition) [CD/BLU-RAY; CD/DVD]

DISC ONE (New Stereo Mix by Les Claypool):
1.  Seas Of Cheese
2.  Here Come The Bastards
3.  Sgt. Baker
4.  American Life
5.  Jerry Was A Race Car Driver
6.  Eleven
7.  Is it Luck?
8.  Grandad’s Little Ditty
9.  Tommy The Cat
10. Sathington Waltz
11. Those Damn Blue-Collar Tweekers
12. Fish On (Fisherman Chronicles, Chapter II)
13. Los Bastardos
CD Only Bonus Tracks:
1.  Those Damned Blue-Collar Tweekers (Live at Bass Hall, Austin, TX – 11/7/12)
2.  American Life (Live at Bass Hall, Austin, TX – 11/7/12)
3.  Here Come The Bastards (Bassnectar Remix)

DISC TWO (DVD or Blu-ray):
5.1 Surround mix (original album tracklist)
New Stereo Mix (original album tracklist)

DVD Audio Options:
Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround (48kHz/24-bit)
Dolby Digital Stereo (48kHz/24-bit)
DTS 5.1 Surround (48kHz/24-bit)

Blu-ray Audio Options:
Dolby TrueHD 5.1 Surround Sound (96kHz/24-bit)*
PCM (96kHz/24-bit)
PCM Stereo (96kHz/24-bit)

Additional Features:
Video – Visualizers For Your Ocular Pleasure
Liner Notes – English

* Dolby TrueHD is a 100-percent lossless audio that reproduces movie and music playback in the home that is identical to the studio master.

See below for further details.

 

MONDAY, MAY 6 AT 3:40PM PDT / 6:40PM EDT

Live Interview with Primus’ Les Claypool & Larry LaLonde

WHAT   Join Dolby and Universal Music Enterprise (UMe) for a live webcast interview with Primus’ Les Claypool & Larry LaLonde at TRI Studios to celebrate the newly remixed and expanded ‘Sailing the Seas of Cheese’ (Deluxe Edition) to be released May 21. The CD/Blu-ray deluxe edition includes a new Dolby TrueHD 5.1 surround sound mix of the album.

WHEN   Monday, May 6, 2013
3:40pm PDT / 6:40pm EDT

WHERE   See it live!  https://www.tristudios.com/watch
Hosted live from TRI studios in San Rafael, CA

SOCIAL MEDIA
#PrimusInDolby

RELEASE DETAILS
In a restoration personally overseen by Les Claypool, Primus’ acclaimed ‘Sailing The Seas Of Cheese’ has been newly mixed in stereo and Dolby 5.1 Surround for the first time since its 1991 debut for an expanded deluxe edition to be released May 21 by Universal Music Enterprises.

The deluxe edition will be available in two six-panel Digipak configurations, each featuring the album’s new stereo mix on CD and the new 5.1 surround mix on Blu-ray or DVD, plus three exclusive, previously unreleased bonus tracks, including two live recordings from Primus’ 2012 “3D Tour” and a Bassnectar Remix of “Here Come The Bastards.”  The Blu-ray’s audio options also include Dolby TrueHD 5.1 Surround.  The audio bonanza is accompanied by four visualizer video streams, previously unpublished photos from the band’s archive, and new liner notes by music journalist and author Greg Prato.

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