adamrant This pressing is on Michael Fremer's 100 All-Analog Re-issues Worth Owning. It comes in at #26 and has recently become out of stock on Analog Spark. I ordered my copy when 3 were left. It hasn't shipped to my house yet so I haven't heard it, but I trust Fremer's opinion and can't wait to play it.
khande24 I had the same experience. The bass on this pressing is inaudible. I have the 1999 cd remaster that has full sounding bass. It’s a shame the CD beats the vinyl here because the packaging and pressing is quality in every other respect.
crimsonkings Loyal to the original album. But in this case it's a bad thing. the bass is pretty much inaudible, like it always was until this was remastered for it's 2nd cd incarnation. Which is the likely source of the lp by the waxtime label, which in this special case I prefer.2 stars for being loyal to an originally bad product. 5 for the music.