I just got wind of the vinyl resurgence after living in a cave the past 10-12 years or so.
I had vinyl in the past but had maybe 8-10 records and a really bad combo player with cassette, 8 track, and a automatic record player.
Anyway this daft punk album excellent. The pressing is pristine- ultra pristine too bad it won’t stay that way.
I think it might be a bit better than random access memories but RAM is very well mastered.
Great beats on this one - this was a good “discovery”. Haha could help myself.
Been on the fence about getting back into it. I had just upgraded to a bit of a midfi system - elac unifi ub5 - with Yamaha r-n803 reciever and a Sony cd changer.
I flipped back and forth on this vinyl business - finally I saw this daft punk on sale for tad over 10 dollars. Perfect re-gateway into vinyl.
I just got my turntable literally today (lp120xusb) and this albums pressing is fantastic- oh boy it is quiet. Just one or two minor pops and clicks or it coulda been my imagination. It was quiet which also says a lot for the LP120xusb. It is soooo quiet that motor. It’s like it isn’t even on.
I did find like a curled up piece of plastic vinyl - prob from the pressing.
Great beats - excellent pressing — can’t go wrong with daft punk.
- Vinyl (30 May 2013)
- Original Release Date: 13 March 2001
- Number of Discs: 2
- Format: Import
- Label: VIRGIN RECORDS
- Run Time: 61 minutes
- ASIN: B000059MEL
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Audio Cassette | Vinyl
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,405 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)