The album sounds excellent to my ears. Clear highs mids and lows, nice quiet vinyl, no warps and the center holes are right. Do I have better sounding records? Yes, Definitely! Did this record blow me away, like I expected? No, not at all. Let’s be honest. I’m Sure that just about any 70’s or 80’s pressing sounds much better than this. But, having never heard an OG pressing of this album or any other pressing, for that matter, I can’t comment on the comparison between this and older pressings. I’ve only heard this on cassette and cd until now. I will say, that I Really wish digital was Never introduced to a remastered vinyl record! Ever! Analog and Digital Should Always be entirely separate in my opinion, Unless the original recording was digital, of course. But I am Very happy with this record! Since originals in good condition are way too expensive. Also: This is much stronger than the current pressing of The Wall
I did a side-by-side comparison with the same turntable and same cartridge today between this and the 2011 30th Anniversary edition. Both sound great, but this edition is much more quiet in between tracks and in general. On Side One you can hear an obvious stronger sounding recording.