The price? One hundred billion dollars!
Edited by Redcarmoose - 3/13/14 at 6:38pm
Well, there is a lot of wondering about how they sound. There is also a set of remasters that Jimmy Page stopped production of a couple years ago. We thought that it was because of this series. I heard only Houses Of The Holy and it was very different from the original.
I figure if it even comes close to the quality improvement work done to The Song Remains The Same, we should be doing good!
I'm a huge Zeppelin fan, but I don't listen to them as much as I'd like because their original CDs are so poorly mixed. I own every CD they've put out though, but have no issues whatsoever to re-buy their catalog!
That's the key!!!
As great as the music is, they are all poorly mixed.
The stereo masters aren't that great. However, the individual work parts have the full dynamic range intact. It's seriously like night and day.
We need all of the albums completely remixed in a conservative way along with some good mastering in high-rez.
Glad to hear I'm not the only one to feel this way. I've owned the first three albums since they came out in various formats but the CDs were so wretched that besides shelling out for the remasters some time back which were equally awful, I haven't given them much ear time.
I've got the 2007 CD version. Their newest one (Celebration Day) is a bit too compressed, but not bad.