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Phil Collins - Face Value Product No: XWAR889747F96
Available: InStock
Category: FLAC 96kHz/24bit Download
Label: Rhino

"Air Tonight" Never Sounded So Great!

5 Stars
Posted by RockStar2005

This review is ONLY for "In The Air Tonight" as that's the only song I've listened to so far. I can say it sounds OUTSTANDING, and is easily the best version of this song so far. Others have said compared to previous versions, this version superior. The drums sound incredible too!

Highly recommended!!


Van Halen - Fair Warning Product No: ARHI 3540
Available: InStock
Category: 180 Gram Vinyl Record
Label: Rhino

Better than orginal mint promo

5 Stars
Posted by Anonymous

This is hands down better than original by a mile. Did an A/B with original mint promo and couldn't believe my ears. Regret buying original! Hats off to Chris Bellman!


Jeff Beck - Loud Hailer Product No: ARHI 555546
Available: InStock
Category: 180 Gram Vinyl Record
Label: Rhino

Best Beck In Years

5 Stars
Posted by audiofan

Jeff Beck just continues to astound - don't expect "Wired" or "Blow By Blow"- like instrumentals here...this is (for the most part) a rock and roll record, with a fantastic, aggressive guitar sound beautifully recorded & mixed. Vocalist Rosie Bones is a talented singer and her delivery fits the music perfectly. The bass & drums are balanced with plenty of "slam & impact". Turn it up & this record sounds in-the-room "live." The 'Atco/Rhino' label almost made me consider buying the CD (sorry, no disrespect, but I'm not that enthused about Joe R's remastering on some of their titles). That would have been a mistake - this LP was perfectly flat & without defect - the music jumps from the speakers from a totally black background and the result is a very warm, engaging sonic portrait of a man (and his new band) at the peak of his powers.


Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath Product No: ARHI 18710
Available: LimitedStock
Category: 180 Gram Vinyl Record
Label: Rhino

5-Stars Is For QRP Pressing

5 Stars
Posted by audiofan

Rhino is re-issuing (yet again) this title, along with the other 7 albums with the original lineup. Rhino's offical website asks "Are these reissues different from previous Sabbath titles we've released before? No." Keep in mind, however, that only the first four titles are pressed by QRP, and these are worth buying if you don't own mint or near-mint copies of the original 70's - era LPs, or have not purchased the previous Rhino reissues. The pressing quality is typically superb for the QRP releases. After those first four titles, I can only speak for "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath" and "Sabotage", both of which suffered from surface noise (a crackling sound, tic's, and pops) on several tracks of both LPs. So there you go. Can't help but wonder why Rhino didn't use QRP on all titles? The 2012 remaster, BTW, is subtly different than the Warner's originals - if, like me, you grew up listening to these iconic LPs, you may wish they'd leave well enough alone.


Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath Vol. 4 Product No: ARHI 26020
Available: LimitedStock
Category: 180 Gram Vinyl Record
Label: Rhino

5-Star Pressing

5 Stars
Posted by audiofan

See my review of the debut LP for details - those comments also apply here.


Black Sabbath - Master Of Reality Product No: ARHI 25620
Available: LimitedStock
Category: 180 Gram Vinyl Record
Label: Rhino

5-Stars For QRP

5 Stars
Posted by audiofan

The rating is for the first four LPs, which were pressed here at QRP. See the review of Sabbath's debut for details - they apply here as well.


Black Sabbath - Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Product No: ARHI 26950
Available: InStock
Category: 180 Gram Vinyl Record
Label: Rhino

Somewhat Noisy Pressing

3 Stars
Posted by audiofan

The "3-stars" are because there were several places on this LP with a crackling sound, as well as other defects. Same story with "Sabotage". The first four titles, pressed here at QRP, were all very quiet and defect-free, which just made me wonder why all these titles weren't pressed here. "Sabotage" wasn't as bad as this title, but still had a few "ticks & pops"... the QRP-pressed titles (all four of them) were totally silent. The remaster is the same as previous Rhino re-issues, according to their "offical" web site.


Black Sabbath - Sabotage Product No: ARHI 28220
Available: InStock
Category: 180 Gram Vinyl Record
Label: Rhino

Could Be Better

4 Stars
Posted by audiofan

Rhino got QRP to press Sabbath's first four albums, and those are typically superb examples of quiet vinyl. This title (pressed by ?... Rhino's web-site doesn't say) is the exact same remaster as previous reissues on that label (which their web-site does say), but this version suffers from ticks and other surface noise on several tracks. It's not terrible, just not QRP-quality. "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath" was worse, at least on my copy - you may have better luck.


Black Sabbath - Master Of Reality Product No: ARHI 552926
Available: InStock
Category: 180 Gram Vinyl Record
Label: Rhino

Quality Pressing!

5 Stars
Posted by Chris L

Excellent quality pressing as per the other deluxe releases received back home in Birmingham, England....


Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath Product No: ARHI 552928
Available: InStock
Category: 180 Gram Vinyl Record
Label: Rhino

Quality Pressing!

5 Stars
Posted by Chris L

Absolutely superb sent back to Birmingham, England!!


Black Sabbath - Paranoid Product No: ARHI 552927
Available: InStock
Category: 180 Gram Vinyl Record
Label: Rhino

Quality Pressing!

5 Stars
Posted by Chris L

Superb pressing sent back to Birmingham, England!!! Highly recommended..


Linda Ronstadt - Greatest Hits Product No: ARHI 8894
Available: InStock
Category: Vinyl Record
Label: Rhino

Not The One

3 Stars
Posted by audiofan

I did a direct comparison between "You're No Good" (the lead-off track here) and my 1st generation Capitol pressing of "Heart Like A Wheel", which, of course, this track is from. This Rhino re-issue lacks the overall clarity and detail of the original, especially in the treble and upper-midrange. It sounds veiled and compressed by comparison. Cymbals and background vocals seem just a bit muted, and the seperation of the instruments in the soundfield seems compressed - it's just not as deep & wide. To compound matters, there is a bit of groove noise or "rumble" present - although you may not notice this unless you turn up the gain a bit.This version should be considered only if you are unable to locate a near-mint copy of the original. Maybe 3.5 stars?


Talking Heads - Speaking In Tongues Product No: ARHI 23883
Available: InStock
Category: 180 Gram Vinyl Record
Label: Rhino

Get this one...

5 Stars
Posted by DeRosa

Another great record from the Rhino reissue series, pressed at RTI always flat, quiet, centered, great vinyl. Remaster by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman studios is very good. Punchy bass, clean mids and highs, this sounds great, not like a lot of early 80s pop records.


Jeff Beck - Live + Product No: XWAR890224F48
Available: InStock
Category: FLAC 48kHz/24Bit Download
Label: Rhino

Great Performance, Squashed Dynamic Range

2 Stars
Posted by Anonymous

DR 5-7, one song at 10.


Chicago - Chicago 13 Product No: XWAR24936F192
Available: InStock
Category: FLAC 192kHz/24bit Download
Label: Rhino

The gold-gilded gem of the 'lost' years

4 Stars
Posted by Barney Rubble

Donnie Dacus got a raw deal: he was drafted in to replace guitar trailblazer Terry Kath. Mr. Dacus was no slouch, an accompanist who was known to people such as Stephen Stills, but he walked into a band that was still trying to get itself together after a spiritual brother's departure... or at least it sounded like it. Thankfully, in walked Phil Ramone, who'd just experienced strong success producing Billy Joel's "The Stranger". And magically, Chicago produced a set of tunes that surpassed both predecessors "Hot Streets" (the only album other than their debut not to be called "Chicago") and "Chicago XI". "Street Player" cooks (with testaments to this being both the Bucketheads' wholesale sample for their club track "The Bomb", which was in turn sampled by Pitbull... and its inclusion in current Chicago setlists). But after the lead-in track comes the pop glory: Chicago was ready for the '80s even before David Foster showed up. At least listen to the store samples: you may be surprised.


Jethro Tull - WarChild Product No: ARHI 215935
Available: InStock
Category: 180 Gram Vinyl Record
Label: Rhino

Dissapointed

1 Stars
Posted by Bigrasshopper

Lows and mids sounds recessed, flat, and and the high is edgy and in my face, not to mention the exaggerated sibilance, everything I've come to hate about poor digital mastering. When I hear it on vinyl I think it's a sin, a shame and a waste. My best of Jethro Tull CD easily bests it in every way. Why does Steve Wilson put his name on this ? I'm avoiding the rest of the JT reissues. Not anywhere near what Steve did on the Yes - Close to the Edge.


The Monkees - Greatest Hits Product No: XWAR99272F192
Available: InStock
Category: FLAC 192kHz/24bit Download
Label: Rhino

C'mon you know you like them !!!!!

5 Stars
Posted by Anonymous

A whole new sound in 192/24. Sounds great. If your afraid somebody will see a Monkees album laying around your house, get the download and hide it on your computer !


Eagles - Hotel California Product No: CRHJ 14165 SA
Available: InStock
Category: Hybrid Multichannel SACD
Label: Rhino

5 Stars
Posted by Anonymous


Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young - Live 1974 Product No: CRHI 541729
Available: InStock
Category: Blu-ray Audio
Label: Rhino

No download availble, it seems

3 Stars
Posted by John

5 or music, 5 for overall package, but a 3 overall because there is no digital download of the full 40 tracks. Shame on Rhino.


Fleetwood Mac - Fleetwood Mac 1969-1972 Product No: ARHI 535581
Available: InStock
Category: Vinyl Box Sets
Label: Rhino

Finally.......

5 Stars
Posted by John Carsell

We get to hear these four LP's with excellent sound quality. For years and years all these LP's were plagued with with mastering from poor tape sources and pressed on inferior vinyl. This excellent box set changes all that with superior mastering from Chris Bellman and pressed on decent vinyl too. I never thought I'd hear Then Play On sound this good. My only small complaint is the cheap paper inner sleeves that should have been done with padded or rice paper sleeves. But other than that I'm happy as hell with this collection. Oh by the way, the bonus 45 of Oh Well Is killer. Worth every penny and then some.



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