180-gram Hologram Edition w/ special Hologram etching
Direct to Metal mastering, pressed at Quality Record Pressings!
Limited time album download included; 320k vinyl-ripped AAC MP4s
Rush's 2112 has been newly-remastered at legendary Abbey Road Studios using the Direct to Metal Mastering (DMM) audiophile copper plating process, all from original analogue masters. Then pressed to 180-gram dead quiet vinyl at Quality Record Pressings!
This special edition vinyl projects a hologram of the iconic album art when played.
Rush's fourth album, 2112, first released in 1976, proved a breakthrough, highlighted by its seven-part title suite — written by Lee and Lifeson, with lyrics by Peart — recounting a dystopian story set in the year 2112. It came in at No. 2 on Rolling Stone's list of "Your Favorite Prog Rock Albums of All Time." Most Rush fans consider it the band's definitive recording and it has sold more than 3 million albums in the U.S., going triple-platinum.
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Customer Reviews(4.89 Stars) 9 person(s) rated this product.
posted on 02/17/2022 5 Stars
It’s there. I didn’t think it was at first either, but it is. I don’t have a turntable with a little light in the corner. If you don’t either you probably have to do what I did… shine a little flashlight at the correct angle and you’ll see it. Other than that the album sounds great!
Good but hoping for better
posted on 12/20/2021 4 Stars Reviewer: Brian
posted on 11/26/2021 5 Stars Reviewer: Mike the Driver
But, the record sounds amazing. Quiet and faultless. Deep black backgrounds, letting the music hit you where it counts. I have to say, as well, that both sides sound equally impressive. Excellent separation, all three musicians and their instruments coming through clearly and succinctly. Good production, too, as the additional studio tracks don't muddy up the primary focus of hearing Lifeson's guitars, Lee's bass, and Peart's superlative drumming. Worth every penny for a Rush fan. And if you're starting out as a vinyl lover, this is about as good as it gets for 70s hard rock. Buy it. I'd have to suggest Deep Purple's Machine Head, too. Possessing both would not be a bad start.
Where's the hologram?
posted on 08/13/2021 5 Stars Reviewer: Michael Long
I love this album and I was under the impression that it was a holographic vinyl etching, but when I played the album I saw no holographic image. Am I doing something wrong? And does anyone have any answers why it's not showing up?
posted on 01/20/2021 5 Stars Reviewer: Garry
Very good sounding Lp, Heavy weight feels good in the hand and beautiful sounding. I would recommend this to anyone who’s looking for a Quality recording.
Side 1 great
posted on 03/10/2020 5 Stars Reviewer: Gary
Side one of this remaster is superb sounding, best I have heard this best side of music ever recorded! Side 2, unfortunately, suffers the same as my original Mercury, there is a midrange veil over all the songs, apparently, that is on the master tape.
Another excellent job by qrp
posted on 07/02/2015 5 Stars Reviewer: Lowel Jones
This is another fantastic lp wow! And the hologram is cool also.
ATTENTION ALL PLANETS OF THE SOLAR FEDERATION
posted on 04/05/2015 5 Stars Reviewer: Mitch
So powerful - the hair on my arms stood on end! "....there's something here that's as strong as life - I know that it will reach you"
Outstanding pressing of a Classic
posted on 03/20/2015 5 Stars Reviewer: Kenny
This is an outstanding remaster and pressing of this classic.I spent a number of years buying and collecting original pressings of this album to obtain my own Hot Stamper,but this new one beats mine in all respects and is dead quiet as well.I'm not going to use any of the overused audiophile terms,the sound will simply fly out of your speakers and you will get a sense of the recording space like you have never heard before.Thank You for this.