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Even some modern Vinyl has it's problems..just ridded myself of a 2000 copy of Apple Venus by XTC to the local charity shop
Sadly, this album was NOT packaged in the good old fashioned polythene and paper LP sleeve, but straight into rough cardboard.!!
The LP suffered from all sorts of Clicks & Pops during playing.
Fortunately, the CD version is VERY well produced...
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Yes 70s generally better on vinyl. If had a decent turntable I would be buying vinyl, mind you new vinyl is expensive. I have that on vinyl, think bought in 1972, mine is not so heavy, one of the first lps I bought, just checked it was the third, after Made in Japan and Dark Side of the Moon, those were the days.
I hate anything ‘remastered’
i will always keep my original recordings be it vinyl or CD
This is the problem with streaming as a lot of titles are or seem only available as remastered and with additional poor tracks.
I have the original release of ELO’s Out of the Blue on Vinyl and one of the first CD’s and then some Japanese specially mastered version and it’s awful!!! The Vinyl is supreme! It wasn’t a fantastic recording in the first place but listenable
Meatloaf Bat out of hell? God!! Remastered is distorted and unbearable.
Talk Talk Colour of Spring... Original Vinyl 1986 is brilliant but on streaming... remastered is noise.
I think you get my thoughts 💭