Aside from the cracks in 'To Lose the War', I'm happy with the current version.
Towards the beginning of ESB is the only place I could hear a noticeable click, but honestly, I think it lends itself to the character of the song. I think of an old jukebox in a smokey, dimly lit pub. The records it plays may be scratched to hell, but it doesn't stop everyone from dancing and singing along with the tunes and having a good time.
Personally I haven't enjoyed the remixes as much as I've enjoyed the originals.
I'd like to hear "Adventures of the Deaf Dreamer" tightened up a bit. And maybe hear that slide acoustic come out a bit more on "Fool's Gold". Aside from that, I love the entire album through and through. "To Lose the War" FTW!
So, you have hundreds of pressed CDs? How does one go about buying them?
They're all in my store
on a name-your-own-price basis. :)