22 Songs, 1 Hour 27 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

Fluffy War Pig ,

WHO NEEDS NEW MUSIC!?!?!?!?!

At 52, this record is right in my wheel house!! I'll never forget going into the Cow Palace to see Aerosmith and wondering who the hell Skid Row was. It was like being punched in the mouth by giant fist of rock energy baby! This record brings back some of the very best memories of my life! Enjoy!

GreedoShot2nd ,

ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!!

I have been listening to the ORIGINAL version and the REMASTERED version on my Bose SoundTouch 300 Soundbar back and forth now for over an hour and the difference is ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!! All of the instruments sound very clean and crisp...and Bach's vocals are stunning!!! It is like listening to the album for the 1st time all over again when I was a kid all those years ago. I so can not wait for the Remastered version of SLAVE TO THE GRIND 30TH ANNIVERSARY in 2 years!!!

Ashley Winchester ,

I give up

First off, I was initally angry because no physical copies of this album are planned to be released. I have around 800 physical albums and this album is one of the one in most need of a remaster; the volume on the original pressings is very low and could seriously use a boost. That said this "remaster" does next to nothing to fix this problem in my opinion. I downloaded this album and compared it to the CD I have and I couldn't tell much of a difference if ANY. I was somewhat hesitant to believe the other reviewers that said this, but it turns out they were completely right. If this is the best the record company can do, then it doesn't matter if this is going to be related to the digital format. I honestly think the follow up (Slave To The Grind) is the better record and less streotypical of the decade it was released in, but I'm just going to give up on hoping they'll ever rectify the issues with this album. Can I just give you guys my contact information so you contact me when you quit messing around and do this album some actual justice?

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