One of our good customers had this to say about some Hot Stampers he purchased a while back:
You’ve done it again. I thought the Hot Stamper copy I bought back in June sounded extraordinary. But this White Hot Stamper puts it to shame. This is truly unbelievable.
Paul’s bass on the opening track blew me away. Ringo’s drums are so strong it’s scary. I ALMOST had to turn it down (I live in a top-floor apartment and push my neighbors below me right to the edge), but screw it, this sounds so good at my regular listening volume I’ll happily put up with a complaint if I must. Hell, I’ll invite him in and put him in The Chair, and that’ll be the end of THAT.
And you weren’t kidding about George’s vocals and his sitar on Within You, Without You. That’s always been one of my least-favorite cuts on the album, but I’ll skip it no longer.
I cannot recall a purchase that’s made me happier since I went back to vinyl a year ago. It’s THAT good.
Now what am I gonna do with this Hot Stamper copy I bought back in June? It’s been played twice since you sent it. Come to think of it, I’m keeping it as an insurance policy, just in case. You never know!
Thanks, gentlemen. Exquisite, just exquisite.