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2008 twelve CD box set from Led Zeppelin featuring all ten albums in beautiful mini-LP reproductions! The Led Zeppelin 40th Anniversary Cardboard Sleeve Reissue Series features advanced cardboard sleeve replicas of the original UK E-style album jackets, plus six bonus cardboard sleeves including five alternate jackets for In Through The Out Door and one alternate jacket for Led Zeppelin I utilizing the original ink. From their 1969 debut album straight through to their final album in 1979, Zeppelin laid the blueprint for what is now known as Classic Rock, Hard Rock and Heavy Metal. It really doesn't get better than this!. Warner. 2008.
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The reason for remastering in the first place is because music recorded in the pre-CD era was transferred to digital in the 90's with awful results. Listen to the first CD press of such bands as Black Sabbath, Rush, Kiss, Pink Floyd, even the holy Beatles! The music sounded far away, almost as if someone had made you a cassette recording of the music off of the masters, minus the hiss. So now we have some bands putting out wonderful remasters which use as little compression as possible and achieving results in sonic performance that match, and in some cases exceed the sound of the original vinyls.
LED ZEPPELIN has achieved this with this box set! I have not done an A/B comparison to the older "Complete Studio Recordings" box set, mastered by Jimmy Page himself, so I will not comment on any improvements that may or may not exist between the 2, but I will say that these new masters sound brilliant! The music actually fills my room, which is something that vinyl has always done, and where digital format music falls short. Yes digital is crystal clear and bright, but to my ears it always lacked DEPTH! The music in this set has that wonderful depth that my vinyl provided me. It is warm and rich and up front. Every nuance is heard. I am completely satisfied with this release in terms of sonic performance.