The various Legends Of Rock and other Paper Sleeve reissues/remasters from Culture Factory have been quite a mixed bag.
The odd ok remaster (compared to some really awful ones), but most are poor to average at best. It's heavily compressed (dynamic range) so that they can boost the volume, the top end (high frequencies) is too bright and brittle. The original cd sounds like most cds of the time, mastered as if it was going to tape or vinyl and not taking advantage of the additional headroom of cd. So the original wasn't a great master, the remaster isn't great either with it's own faults. So still waiting for a remaster to do this album proud.
Still it's a very good album if you like slick, well produced 80s pop ... the production was in some ways ahead of it's time, Jack Hues vocals can be grating on some tracks, vocally not as strong as later albums. But some solid pop songwriting, there are plenty of very good tracks other than the obvious Dance Hall Days, personal faves are Wait, True Love and Don't Let Go. If you like this album and don't have it - the cd isn't that bad that you'll regret it. If you're a fan and have the original cd, you may or may not like this remaster - I was disappointed yet again by Culture Factory.