from Hawthorn East, Victoria Australia
I permanently "borrowed" my dads mofi recordings from the 70's because while I might not have been the biggest fan of some of the artists on mofi but listening to recordings that good I had to put my preferences aside while listening to great recordings. So then we get to my generation in artists like Weezer. Great pressing, great recording, great album. The only problem is having time now days turn an album like this up to 11 without children or wife around. With that said I'm sitting here listening to it late at night at a low volume and I can hear more in it than the cd release at twice the volume. F$&k you vinyl, how could you be this good and I bought CD's in there thousands for the last two decades. I liked my speakers before I bought some mofi recordings, now I love my speakers.
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The Blue Album
June 20, 2013
from Dallas, TX United States
Just got home and listened to my copy of 180g goodness. The sound was just amazing! They really breathed new life into a classic 90's album I know from start to finish. I definitely don't think I'll need my cd version anymore. I can't imagine listening to it in any other format.