Damaged. Usually resulting from a record being played on a turntable setup improperly.
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Hi, I own both of the same records. I love them both very much. I think they call it grunge music for a reason. I notice a bit of distortion in the guitar work. My turntable is set up properly so I am assuming that the artist or the engineer intended it to sound this way.
Anyway, the music is fantastic on both of these pieces.
Read the liner notes.
Michael Lockwood, Producer
"....bits and pieces of electronica and texture with yes a dash of Pink Floyd conceptual overtones..........the treatment of the guitars was to be more keyboard like and the keyboards ended up sounding like guitars. How could they not after being squeezed through several compressors, ring modulators, whammy pedals and just as many echoes as humanly possible. This was just the beginning....."
Ryan Freeland, co-producer
"While we did record some pristine and accurate sounds most of the time we focused on manipulation of sound in strange and interesting ways that had nothing to do with being accurate to the original source"
Your turntable is fine.