Drexciya - Neptunes Lair 2014

Neptune’s Lair – 2014 DE Repress 2xLP Black Vinyl


Edition: Standard 2xLP Black Vinyl
Speed: 33 ⅓ rpm
Catalogue No: Tresor10129LP
Barcode: 5 414165 036005
Matrix A: TRESOR10129LP A1 [email protected]&M MPO
Matrix B: TRESOR10129LP B1 [email protected]&M MPO
Matrix A: TRESOR10129LP C2 [email protected]&M MPO
Matrix B: TRESOR10129LP D2 [email protected]&M MPO


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  1. If you were an electronic music or techno enthusiast, even if you hated electronic music especially techno — you ought to get yourself a few Tresor vinyl releases. The mastering of Christoph Grote-Beverborg is just as jaw-droppingly stunning as Simon Davey’s. The dynamics will impress the hell out of you!

    The sub-bass is felt rather than heard while the highs are airy. The super wide soundstage is clear and spacious without compression.

    I am lucky to have just a handful of Tresor‘s releases in my collection and they easily make up my list of the best sounding records. I use them to test my system.

    The MPO pressing for this 2014 Neptune’s Lair repress is just perfect!

Max

Turntable: Pioneer Exclusive P10 Cartridge: Shelter 7000 SUT: Shelter 407 Type II Phono Stage: Manley Chinook Tubes: 4x NOS Amperex 7308