℗ 2013 Oldfield Music Limited
Duration 57m 42s
Record Label UMC (Universal Music Catalogue)
Release Date January 1, 2013
Genre Rock

Five Miles Out (2013 Remaster)

Mike Oldfield

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Taurus II (2013 Remaster)
Mike Oldfield
Family Man (2013 Remaster)
Mike Oldfield
Orabidoo (2013 Remaster)
Mike Oldfield
Mount Teidi (2013 Remaster)
Mike Oldfield
Five Miles Out (2013 Remaster)
Mike Oldfield
Waldberg (The Peak)
Mike Oldfield
Five Miles Out (Demo)
Mike Oldfield
Duration    57m 42s
Five Miles Out is the seventh studio album by English recording artist Mike Oldfield, released in March 1982 on Virgin Records. After touring in support of his previous album, QE2 (1980), ended in mid-1981, Oldfield started on a follow-up with members of his touring band performing the music. The album features the 24-minute track "Taurus II" on side one and four shorter songs on side two. The songs "Family Man" and "Orabidoo" are credited to Oldfield and members of his touring band which included vocalist Maggie Reilly, drummer Morris Pert, and guitarist Rick Fenn. The 2013 remaster and reissue features 3 all-new tracks that were not present on the original vinyl release!
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – UMC (Universal Music Catalogue) Studio Masters

Tracks 1-6 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source Track 7 – 48 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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