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downunder- Yes- the New ones on Pink Floyd label.... The Bernie Grundman and Joel Plante remasters. I have been following another forum, and have seen some mixed reviews on Meddle, and Wish You Were Here. I would say MORE, and Atom Heart were better received, while DSOTM has been getting some very positive comments. The Grundman Dark Side was favorably compared to the 30th Anniversary edition, some preferring the Grundman. I tend to lean toward ALL analog pressings, but some that I own with digital in the chain do sound quite good. One example is Johnny Cash IV: When the Man Comes Around. I'm a casual Pink Floyd fan, and would like to dabble a bit more. Please take the above comments with a grain of salt, as the thread was very long, with a ton of opinions. Another reason why I might go for a couple of these would simply be the scarcity of used pressings on the record store shelves. And when they do have a clean copy, the price is up there. I picked up Saucerful for $23 at HMV in Canada. That cost me 30% less with my US dollar. (-:
downunder- You’re in good shape with the UK pressings. I have never seen a UK for Floyd or Led Zepp, but I know they are cherished. I will be back in Montreal soon, so who knows. They have at least a couple of good vinyl shops. Yes- Obscured also seemed to be well received. I have a Japanese THE WALL, so I’m set there. I’m not big on Japanese pressings, but this copy of THE WALL is really good.