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Guns n Roses - Appetite for... remaster or original?

Discussion in 'music' started by scoobs, Mar 3, 2010.

  1. scoobs

    scoobs pfm Member

    Had a rummage through my folks loft on the weekend, they've been on to me for ages to sort my junk out so imagine my face when I unearthed some vinyl gems from my yoof, namely Appetite for Destruction, Pearl Jam "10" and Nirvana's Nevermind. How could I have ignored these behemoths for 15 years! , the last time they saw the light of day was atop my older sister's aiwa midi hi-fi, and I was at six-form college fighting off girls with a stick

    Anyway, I've spun them on my grown up system and they sound awesome and all the sweeter with a heady dose of nostalgia. Nirvana and Pearl Jam are in decent nick, but GnR has seen some action and is showing it's wear. Having had a look on ebay there are 2008 remasters available, but I understand that remasters are often compressed and sound shite on vinyl.

    Does anyone have any experience of the remaster versus the original please?

    What to do init?
     
  2. wazza69

    wazza69 pfm Member

    I asked the same thing on the Steve Hoffman forums and the general response was that they were both good. I ended up with a mint original as I always prefer the original
     
  3. scoobs

    scoobs pfm Member

    Me too. Thanks wazza
     
  4. Simonms

    Simonms Registered user

    the original soundgarden alice in chains etc after so many years of passionate listening sound amazing on original,especially jar of flies-alice in chains. just bought gnr lies original - have not heard for many years now. its nostalgic but still after listening am proud to say i still love it as much as i did then-theres alot to be said for that
     

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