The Cranberries - Everybody Else Is Doing It So Why Cant We EU 2018

Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We? – 2018 EU Reissue Black Vinyl 25th Anniversary Edition


Edition: 180g Black Vinyl. Gatefold. 25th Anniversary Edition.
Speed: 33 ⅓ rpm
Catalogue No: 6750577
Barcode: 602567505778
Matrix A: 675077-A 14528E1/A MILES.ABBEY ROAD 1/2 SPEED ROOM30
Matrix B: 675077-B 14528E2/ AMILES.ABBEY ROAD 1/2 SPEED ROOM30


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  1. I couldn’t decide which release to get for The Cranberries’ debut album reissue — this Miles Showell half-speed remaster 25th Anniversary GZ Media pressing or the Analog Spark QRP presseing remastered by Sean Magee?

    At the end I got both just to find out which sounds better. Verdict?

    I can’t really tell as they are equally well done. You won’t be disappointed but there are of course some differences albeit small — the vocals on this Miles Showell’s half-speed remastered is a little clearer and a little more forward. The instruments on the Sean Magee’s remastered sound more relax and a little more extended especially on the drums, lower and sub-bass, hence more natural to my ears.

    If I have to pick one only I think the Analog Spark version as I found the pressing is just slightly better but the GZ Media is no slouch either. It’s indeed a very close call.

Max

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