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Warner Vision have just released another batch of DVD-A titles that they hope will keep them at the forefront of DVD-Audio. Released just in time for Christmas are four titles which should keep fans happy over the festive period. The titles being released are Neil Young (Harvest), Yes (Fragile), Faith Hill (Cry), and Linda Ronstadt (What's New). These titles are already in shops and were released on 2nd December.

The second phases of releases from Warner will be in the New Year and will include the following titles REM (Automatic for the People), Disturbed (Believe) and Donald Fagan (Night Fly). Well that’s it from Warner for the time being, but I am sure there will be some more titles just around the corner. We do not have any dates for the January releases, but we will let you know when we do. To conclude this news article I thought it would be good to include a quote from the press release and some artwork from the DVD-A titles, so here we are:

Simon Heller, General Manager at Warner Vision, "The quality and diversity of music demonstrated in the latest batch of DVD-A releases, is indicative of the wide ranging appeal of this format. With seminal albums such as REM's Automatic for the People and Neil Young Harvest now available in advanced resolution multi-channel surround sound, we are opening up DVD-A to a potentially huge audience. We predict great things for DVD-A in 2003".

DVD-A titles from Warner

DVD-A titles from Warner

DVD-A titles from Warner

DVD-A titles from Warner

DVD-A titles from Warner

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