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  1. I am listening to the 2016 re-release of Pink Floyd's, vinyl edition of Dark Side of the Moon. Even though I am almost certain the production source is digital, my opinion is that they did a fantastic job (no noise in the background as in the original album). I am tired of buying what on the cover seems a beautiful, brand new re-release, just to find out that the quality of the recording is "crappy". I have spent hours and hours on the Internet looking for "the right stuff" and yes I have found great products, such as MOFI, Speakers Corners Records and ORG Music. For the same token, I have this question: if the time to decide between buying an original vinyl (let's says a sealed one, from the 70s) and buying an audiophile quality re-release of the same record, which way should I go?
  2. Here it is, the second album 'Docet Umbra' from Spanish shredders Adrenalized, remixed and remastered and on vinyl for the first time! If you love your skatepunk fast, furious and riffing, you probably already know Adrenalized, who have been taking the skatepunk scene by storm over the past few years. Limited to 300 copies, 100 on transparent red vinyl, and 200 on black. Available to pre-order now in the UK / Europe from Disconnect Disconnect Records: http://disconnectdisconnectrecords.bigcartel.com/product/adrenalized-docet-umbra