I have two sets, one is staying sealed. But the open set labels are correct on all the LP's in the set.
I've only played the self titled (stereo version) and Morrison Hotel so far, self titled sounded a little flat, Morrison Hotel was excellent. You definitly have to clean these LPs before playing. When it first arrived I couldn't wait so I put on the self titled on right away, it was full of clicks and pops. After a good clean, it sounded nice and quiet. I guess what they say is true, even brand new LPs need to be cleaned.
I got my set on Saturday. I'll have to go look at the labels. The sound is uniformly good to excellent even wonderful. Dead quiet vinyl. The original tapes, some of which were in bad shape, were remastered in the digital domain at 194/24 bits. According to the notes, the engineers decided to do this, after debate, because they couldn't hear the difference between this and analog mastering and digital allowed them to correct speed and pitch problems on the original tapes. Everything else stayed analog. Two Thumbs Up as far as I am concerned. Check out Amazon for reduced pricing.