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AnthonyI

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The 4 LP is the one I'd expect to drop on Amazon at some point. I'm most curious about the remastered 2 LP because I've got the 2011 press which also claims it's been remastered. How many times can something be remastered until you're back at the starting point again?
The 2011 is a nice press, I'm happy with that one. Not really super excited about the Promo Mixes and B-Sides of the 4 LP version........the Vault and Midnight show are the real attention draw............I can't come to terms with the price tag though, lol.
 

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The 2011 is a nice press, I'm happy with that one. Not really super excited about the Promo Mixes and B-Sides of the 4 LP version........the Vault and Midnight show are the real attention draw............I can't come to terms with the price tag though, lol.
I can for the Super Deluxe CD version.
 

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Deluxe box includes:
Mono and stereo mixes remastered by Bob Ludwig on LP and SACD.
7" of mono "Honkey Tonk Women" b/w "You Can't Always Get What You Want"
80 page hardcover book
Replica of 1969 poster
Lithographs



Now, if it came with the little cake topper figurine band, I might consider it...
 

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Deluxe box includes:
Mono and stereo mixes remastered by Bob Ludwig on LP and SACD.
7" of mono "Honkey Tonk Women" b/w "You Can't Always Get What You Want"
80 page hardcover book
Replica of 1969 poster
Lithographs



Are these just the recent Ludwig cuts that have come out in the mono box and in the DSD reissues? Also, the mono is fine and all but it is a fold for anyone who cares.
 

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Deluxe box includes:
Mono and stereo mixes remastered by Bob Ludwig on LP and SACD.
7" of mono "Honkey Tonk Women" b/w "You Can't Always Get What You Want"
80 page hardcover book
Replica of 1969 poster
Lithographs



SACD? Really? Surprising, in a good way, but surprising none the less!
 

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SACD - perhaps some left over ABKO pressings?
This is my favorite of the trilogy. Man...I crank Let It Bleed, when it comes on the radio.
It definitely is SACD, my shock made me google.

I have the two Hot Rocks on SACD from back then but didn’t, as a student, have the money for the albums.

I don’t remember there being a mono disc with the releases back then so it looks like that’s a new DSD master. This is both strange and great, I like SACDs but they had seemed to be dead outside of audiophile labels and Japan!
 

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It definitely is SACD, my shock made me google.

I have the two Hot Rocks on SACD from back then but didn’t, as a student, have the money for the albums.

I don’t remember there being a mono disc with the releases back then so it looks like that’s a new DSD master. This is both strange and great, I like SACDs but they had seemed to be dead outside of audiophile labels and Japan!
So...I was very into that media when I had my first DVDA/SACD player and full 5.1 set up. I was so pissed at the death of that media, I boxed up my discs and shoved them off into storage. When I got my MF integrated amp last year, I started bringing them back again. Even in 2.1 listening, they don't let me down. I missed all these ABKO drops several years back, so I will be watching this one closely.
 

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It definitely is SACD, my shock made me google.

I have the two Hot Rocks on SACD from back then but didn’t, as a student, have the money for the albums.

I don’t remember there being a mono disc with the releases back then so it looks like that’s a new DSD master. This is both strange and great, I like SACDs but they had seemed to be dead outside of audiophile labels and Japan!
I got all the Stones' Decca albums on SACD for winning something in Mojo magazine once. Never really had the right system to play them on but they sounded good.
 
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