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Aerosmith Permanent Vacation (1987) [FLAC] (Japan 24 Bit Remaster SHM CD 2010)

Aerosmiths Classic Album Permanent Vacation in High-Quality FLAC Format from Japan

If you are a fan of Aerosmith, you probably know their ninth studio album Permanent Vacation, released by Geffen Records on August 25, 1987. This album marks the bands shift to a pop-metal sound that they would maintain up to 2001s Just Push Play. It features some of their most popular songs, such as Dude (Looks Like a Lady), Rag Doll, Angel, and a cover of The Beatles Im Down .

Aerosmith Permanent Vacation (1987) [FLAC] (Japan 24 Bit Remaster SHM CD 2010)

But did you know that you can enjoy this classic album in a high-quality FLAC format from Japan? FLAC stands for Free Lossless Audio Codec, which means that it preserves the original sound quality of the CD without any compression or loss of data. FLAC files are larger than MP3 files, but they offer a superior listening experience for audiophiles and music lovers .

And thats not all. The Japanese version of Permanent Vacation also features a 24 bit remaster and SHM CD technology. A 24 bit remaster means that the original audio source has been digitally enhanced to produce a clearer and more dynamic sound. SHM CD stands for Super High Material CD, which is a special type of CD that uses a high-quality polycarbonate material that improves the transparency and durability of the disc .

So, if you want to listen to Aerosmith Permanent Vacation (1987) [FLAC] (Japan 24 Bit Remaster SHM CD 2010), you can buy it from for $13.38 with free shipping and returns . You can also stream it on SoundCloud for free . Either way, you will be amazed by the quality and richness of this album that has stood the test of time.

Dont miss this opportunity to rediscover Aerosmiths Permanent Vacation in a new light. Order your copy today or listen online and enjoy the rock and roll legends at their best. c481cea774


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