I've heard good things about these QRP releases but this is the 1st one I've added to the vault.
This colored vinyl sounds cleaner than a bunch of 180 g pressings I own and dethrones the Black Sabbath above.
They remastered this one with a lot of top-end extension.
A great pressing to test for proper cartridge alignment because if your tracking angle is off, the sibilance will be hugely apparent.
Never owned this LP - so no idea how this compares to the original pressing.
Clean pressing with great extension, high & low.
Finally found a record store worthy of the hard earned coin.
This joint takes their vinyl serious, with shelving stretching straight to the ceiling and all jackets covered by plastic sleeves.
And although I have more blank tape than I could ever need, this is one of the few places I've visited that had a fairly large inventory of sealed blanks;
Type I, II and IV.