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pubblicato un commento su Bob Marley & The Wailers - Exodus. 6 months ago
This is one incredibly good sounding record. The amount of detail is overwhelming with a very clear soundstage and a great clean pressing quality. Compared with my original Dutch pressing, this is an amazing improvement soundwise. I'm not familiar with ... Leggi la recensione per intero
pubblicato un commento su Wilco - A.M.. 7 months ago
I disagree with american_futbol, pressing quality is just excellent, as can be expected by a Pallas pressing. Nice flat record and beautiful packaging. The remaster just has a kind of brightness over it, which can definitely be heard but to my opinion ... Leggi la recensione per intero
pubblicato un commento su Wilco - A.M.. 7 months ago
pubblicato un commento su Aretha Franklin - I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You. 9 months ago
Beautiful copy! Mine is perfectly clean and soundwise very good, as is to be expected with Optimal-pressed records.

Concerning the price this release is available, there is no reason not to want it.
pubblicato un commento su John Coltrane - A Love Supreme. over 2 years ago
Same problem here, but this version is with the vertical barcode.
pubblicato un commento su Nirvana - MTV Unplugged In New York. over 2 years ago
Same issue here with the (slightly, altough noticeable on more quiet parts) woosh on the left channel on Side A. But it still sounds absolutely wonderful.
pubblicato un commento su Coldplay - A Rush Of Blood To The Head. over 2 years ago
Ordered this lp and it appeared to be this version. Was a little afraid for offcenter issues, but I can't say anything else than that it is a perfect record. Not warped, not offcenter, no surfacenoise. and it truly sounds wonderful. If you want this ... Leggi la recensione per intero
pubblicato un commento su Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young / Dallas Taylor & Greg Reeves - Déjà Vu. over 3 years ago
I'm quite sure I have this version, but side A begins with Woodstock and ends with Carry on? I never saw someone mention it, while it seems to be a pretty big deficiency. The label however does say the first track is carry on.