Record Labels are Turning Their CD's into Little Artworks

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In order to persuade listeners to still buy CDs instead of just downloading the songs, record labels are adding extra value to their releases by combining music, photos and text to turn their CDs into more complete pieces of art.

DZOS Records has announced their release of the totally analog mastered album 'Mixed Feelings' by Rody Coronel. This album is said to be completely analog mastered in the US by one of the best mastering engineers in the business, David Torrey. David Torrey, who is worldwide known for his amazing analog mastering skills, used the best custom made high-end analog mastering equipment available today. His ability to give it that incredible smooth, clear and analog sound is why numerous major labels use his service.

They furthermore announced that next to this baffling improvement in sound, the new album of Rody Coronel contains another big surprise, a 16 page full colour booklet containing original art work drawings of abstract drawing artist Hennie de Bie (Netherlands). Her colourful style of abstract drawing is deeply hypnotizing and a must see for even those who are not into art. Then there are 12 pieces of short text/stories that are accompanying the songs. These brainteasers are designed to stimulate your gray stuff and will make you look at common things from a different perspective. As DZOS Records spokesman said: “Be warned, you may never look at some things the same again”.

The album of Rody Coronel is already available throughout retail shops in the US and World Wide on music sites like,, etc. Later this year it will be available on all the major digital music distribution services like I-tunes, Napster, etc.

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