- Audio CD (7 May 2001)
- Limited Edition edition
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Limited Edition, Import
- Label: EMI
- ASIN: B00004ZEEX
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Audio Cassette | Vinyl | Accessory | Kitchen & Home
- Average Customer Review: 743 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,473,851 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
Wish You Were Here Limited Edition, Import
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Very glad I did.
CD comes in a card folder not a plastic CD case which I think I prefer.
Still a great album though and a must have in any collection. 25/12/2016 Have just received Dark Side Of The Moon and although the outer appears the same size, they have included a nice black poly lined sleeve. Well done and I hope that this will become standard.
So what does this release have to offer? I have a previous vinyl edition (I must check the matrix numbers one day) so I do know what WYWH looks and sounds like. As for this version though, first the packaging. It's nice to have the outer-lining, stickers and postcard as well as a cool new poster. The colours on the cover are beautifully rendered on this edition and the photos are pin sharp. As others have pointed out though, the inner sleeve is too tight as is the spindle hole on the vinyl. As for the sound, would I be able to tell the difference in a blind listening between my analogue and digital editions? Well to be honest I couldn't be bothered to take part in some faux Pepsi Challenge exercise just to prove what a terrible decision the record company had made by going digital. Instead I put the record on, listened to the music and it sounded great - no noise, no rumble, just fantastic music. So there you have it. If the thought of digitally corrupted audio drives you insane, then avoid, otherwise there's a lot worse things to spend your £20 on.
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