Upon opening the sealed gatefold cover and removing the album I discovered a very dull looking vinyl, no shine at all, and what appears to be scuffs marks on both sides pretty much all over the record. I've encountered this before when buying new 180 gram re-issues, but usually this only happens when the vinyl is placed in paper or cardboard sleeves; however this was packed in a decent quality anti-scuff sleeve, yet still had way too many scuffs. I think due to poor handling at the factory. The worse thing is that I found what appears to be a defect in the pressing on Side 1, track 1; a bump, possibly a piece of vinyl mold somewhat stuck to the surface. I going to attempt to remove it using MFSL Super Deep Cleaner, then a run through my Spin Clean. I'll update at a later date and let everyone know the outcome. I've only found this album re-issued on 180 gram vinyl through Analogue Prod, so I have no other supplier to seek, such as Friday Records for example. ( they seem to have a great pressing system ). The Atlantic Label is not reproduced on the album; you'll find a silver label with digital printing of the track information, and album title. Even this was blurry in my opinion. This was my first Analogue Prod purchase. Not a great start. I hope that this was just a bad one, and does not represent the average of their product output.