Clean and clear and tonally correct, just like a good CD should sound. If this is what you are after, why not just buy the CD? It’s a lot cheaper.
Some songs sound better than others, can’t for the life of me remember which ones. I auditioned copies of this record more than twenty years ago. Once I got rid of them I never bought another. Why would I?
No doubt there are still audiophiles extolling the virtues of this record in various threads. One thing you can be sure of: these are people who are not very serious about making progress in audio.
Some of the pressings these audiophiles like can be found in our Stone Age Audio Record section.
If you have top quality, highly-tweaked modern equipment, a good room, and the myriad other things that make exceptionally good vinyl playback possible these days — in a way that was not possible even ten or fifteen years ago — you would have no reason to keep a record of such mediocrity in your collection.
Or say anything nice about it on a site ostensibly devoted to audiophile vinyl.
MCA Records Audiophile
Pressed with TELDEC Virgin Vinyl at KM Records, Burbank.
Mastered at Masterdisc, N.Y.C., by Bob Ludwig