Strider Posted December 11, 2008 Share Posted December 11, 2008 Okay, I have all the original Zeppelin albums on vinyl, from Led Zeppelin I to Coda. Led Zeppelin I and II were bought a day or two after Christmas in 1969; Zeppelin III was a Christmas present in 1970; and Zeppelin IV a Christmas present in 1971. All the rest of my Zeppelin records I bought either on the day of release or no more than a day or two later. Additionally, I bought all the Classic records vinyl remasters on 180gram vinyl that were issued a few years back. I have the Complete Studio Recordings box set that came out in the mid-90's. I have several of the Japanese mini-vinyl replicas also: III; Houses of the Holy; Physical Graffiti; and Song Remains the Same. I have the special box set of the TSRTS dvd and cd that came out last year. I have the special edition of the BBC sessions; How the West Was Won; and the Led Zeppelin DVD from 2003. In short, from the time I first became a fan of Led Zeppelin in 1969, I have bought just about EVERY official release in their entire history...some several times over. Hell, I even think I still have some old Zeppelin cassettes lying around somewhere. So, tell me, is there ANY reason why I need to get this new box set of the Vinyl replica cds? Is there really a sonic upgrade from earlier remasters? I've got all the original album covers and sleeves..what do I need with mini replicas? Here's your chance, fanboys, to convince me that I should put this on my Christmas list. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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