Music on Vinyl
Originally Released: 28 March 1995
This Release: 25 November 2013
Comments: Since original pressings of this album are quite expensive, I was pretty excited when I heard that Music on Vinyl were putting out a reissue. Quite simply, it’s one of the best albums of the 90’s. So many different moods and sounds, all tied together by the unmistakable vocals of Mike Patton. From crooning to demented screaming, he does it all and he does it exceptionally well, with just a little help from one very tight band. Since I don’t have any other vinyl pressings for comparison, I can only compare it to my well-played CD. There really is no comparison – this reissue, on two 180 gram slabs of red marbled vinyl, has more depth, more bass and just more oomph. I would assume the standard black version is just as good. Highly recommended.
Do you have this pressing? If so, what do you think? Do you have a different pressing? How is it? Please feel free to comment.
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