Label: Roadrunner Records - RR 8859-2 • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Thrash
Sepultura - Chaos A. Sepultura Death Metal Netherlands. Cozius Just a small review about sound quality :The sound is much better than the "Cargo" pressing. Dynamic, strong and clear. But this release loses one star on the background noise. Quiet parts are awful hopefully this album is not quietbut Kaiowas deserved si much better. Good release for really good album, but not perfect. Mautaxe I second this. The record sounds like a very old and used one most of the time.
And even though it comes in lined inner sleeves the records have lots of tiny hairline scratches all over. The quality is ok but you dont feel its remastered, the first europaean pressings are the best. Uickabrod I'm disappointed by the sound quality.
I have no comparison to the initial We Who Are Not As Others - Sepultura - Chaos A.D. , but my old CD version has much more transparency and dynamics than this copy. I assume it's a digital remaster for CD pressed on vinyl, especially as the CD remastering is mentioned in the liner notes.
La Vita E La Morte - Remo Remotti - Canottiere doesn't sound like a vinyl remaster from analogue tapes to me.
Furthermore, slightly warped. Nice packaging though. Related albums at Sepultura - Chaos A.
Aint No Mountain High Enough - Spirit Traveler - There Is No Crime To Go Back In Time, Laissez Nous Dire - Kaizer - Entre Deux Correspondances, Mr Bojangles - John Holt - One Thousand Volts Of Holt, Desert Twilight - Chris Young* - The Power (The Original Soundtrack Recording)