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CD Extra

The first CD-Extra was the Australian release of Henry Rollins 'Come in & Burn' DRMDE-50014 Dreamworks Records, which contained a complete album, around 20 mins of video interviews with Henry Rollins & a selection of multimedia, a website & links to a live online website. The album played the audio tracks on any cd player & the video tracks played full screen 25 fps hifi stereo on any IBM compatible pc (486) with a quad speed cd rom. Note: Intel MMX was NOT required. The album was created & produced by Australian Dean Procter at Imaginet. Reference:

  1. REDIRECT Blue Book (CD standard)
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