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I just get why people have 8 copys of the same lp
I find the whole thing of pressings and mixes much of a bother for me . If there's a better sounding copy i'm inteersted but i don't care if its new 180 gr vinyl, reissue or the original that's the only thing i'm into. what label when it was made has nothing to do with if i am going to pick it up. If its clean and looks good that's it no multible copys for me the best sounding one stays and the other one goes. I just don't get why people have 8 copys of the same lp
Quote from: ecramer on 30 Oct 2009, 01:14 pmI find the whole thing of pressings and mixes much of a bother for me .Ed,I've been guilty of that in the past, but I've turned over a new leaf and am right on your page.
I find the whole thing of pressings and mixes much of a bother for me .
I have one more order on the way and I just wanted to thank Berndt for posting about The Smiths albums. I have them all on CD but decided to order The Queen is Dead on vinyl and if I like what I hear then I'll order the rest of The Smiths catalog. From what I have read so far the Rhino remasters that were supervised by Johnny Marr have been pretty well received.--Jerome
A couple of new arrivals...--Jerome
I see more and more of the Rhino 180 gram reissues. I've read a few good reviews (GD American Beauty). I've bought their Black Sabbath Paranoid reissue and thought it was great.Are they universally solid recommendations? (as opposed to the "Back to Black" drek )ThxKenreau
Now, The Genesis collection, 1970-1975 is done by Rhino and it is fabulous! Much better then any of the original pressings....by a country mile!
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