Some time in the 2000s we reviewed this pressing from 1996. We did not care for it much.
We guarantee any Hot Stamper LP will make your MoFI pressing sound like the bad joke it was even as far back as 1996, the stone age in audio, or your money back including shipping.
Is it the worst version of the album ever made? Hard to imagine it would have much competition, if any.
As of 2015, this label may have entered a new and even more disgraceful era, but considering how bad their records have been from the very start, (something that should be obvious to any audiophile with a high quality playback system, the kind of system that should have no difficulty exposing the manifold shortcomings of their remastered pressings), how much lower can they possibly fall?
Only time will tell!
Here’s a good question:
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