CD or LP? LPs sound fine. CDs would only sound good on an MSB, like Mike has
Yeah, out of all the Rush albums, I wouldn't pick "Signals" as the one needing better (re)mastering. I kinda like that not-quite-fully-80s-new-wave production. Of course, soon after that they'd totally lose it with the follow up, that was 80s through and through. "Signals" is the last truly good Rush album.
I think I have it as a SHM-SACD. Unbearable to listen to. Needs the Steven Wilson remix magic.
Yeah I got that SACD as well. That one was actually WORSE than a regular CD I also had lying around. Shameful. Those SHM-SACDs were pretty hit and miss, BTW.
That's one of my faves well! But quickly going through my digital versions, none of them are downright offensive. The (recent remaster) CD and 24/96 are similar, loud and punchy. The MFSL is their usual job, soft and muted. The 24/48 is my fave, along with the MQA, which seems to actually be derived from the 24/48 files, as they're fairly similar (MQA slightly more natural).
In comparison, the previous album, "Moving Pictures", is far flatter sounding, less punchy, lacking low-end, etc.
I grew up in a a particularly tuff neighborhood in D.C. I recently walked through it to discover that at the base of East Capitol Street NE where it crossed the Maryland line adjacent to the Capitol Heights Metro Station they had constructed the Marvin Gaye Memorial Park. It was filthy. I began to clean it up. It mostly involved picking up trash. After spending the better part of a day, I was finished . I lay exhausted on one of the benches. At that point someone emerged from the recreation center with two bottles of ice cold water. After drinking them I went back to my childhood home. True story.
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