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it all sounds the same and my listening interest goes away. But it's a CD that's worthy to be part of my music collection.
If music collection is your passion, then get this CD
Unfortunately, the prices for this hard-to-find CD are getting outrageous, and the item you're buying from resellers may not be the original 1997 release on Grand Royal, but what's called a "CD on-demand" release produced by a company called The Disc Kiosk who work in conjunction with Universal Music to release simplified versions of Universal's back catalog. They are official releases and they have the original artwork, but the original liner notes are not included and the art on the CD label is simplified. It's great, but it's still not the original 1997 Grand Royal release from a collector's standpoint.
I paid half a Ben Franklin on another used/resale website (but the same seller does do business on Amazon as well) and I received the CD-on-demand release. I guess I was lucky since I could have paid even more, but I could have just gone to the Disc Kiosk's eBay store or website and gotten the exact same item for less than a double sawbuck. It is an official release, and the sound quality is exactly the same as the original release, but I still felt like I was taken. Rather than complain about it, I figured I would just give others that want to own this CD a heads-up.
If you are interested in the CD-on-demand release (which is a great buy if you're paying the normal price and not overinflated collector prices) check the Disc Kiosk's eBay store, or their website, which is easy enough to google. If you're buying from resellers, always ask whether you're buying the 1997 Grand Royal release or the 2004 CD-on-demand release from the Universal Music Archive Collection.