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Level 42
World Machine

  (Item #: levelworld_1810_1904) 

Our Price: $149.99

  • With two seriously good Double Plus (A++) sides, this UK pressing is guaranteed to blow the doors off any other Level 42 album you've ever heard - exceptionally quiet vinyl too
  • The sound is huge - richer, bigger, clearer and more open than most of the other copies we played
  • A Better Records favorite for more than thirty years, the rare '80s album that holds up today
  • The big hit Something About You ROCKS on this copy - only these British originals let you turn it up and hear it right
  • "World Machine pushes their newfound radio-friendly sound into the forefront, and the result is one of the finest pop albums of the mid-'80s. "Something About You" exemplifies Level 42's sound at the peak of its success."
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Level 42 - World Machine

Our Shootout Winner from 2014

  (Item #: levelworld_2014) 

A distinguished member of the Better Records Rock and Pop Hall of Fame.

This White Hot Stamper British Polydor original pressing of Level 42's BEST ALBUM makes a mockery of most of what's out there -- who knew the sound could be this good? Punchy bass, breathy vocals, snappy drums; it's all here and it reallyl comes JUMPIN' out of the speakers on this pressing.

World Machine has been a personal favorite of mine since I first played it way back in 1985. Of course in 1985 I had only a domestic pressing, and if you want to hear what happens when you use a dub of the British master tape and then brighten the hell out of it in the mastering process, I heartily recommend you find yourself a copy.

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Mobile Fidelity

The Little Label That Couldn’t

  (Item #: mobilefidelity_debunk) 

MOBILE FIDELITY remastered a large number of classic Rock and Jazz albums. Some of them are good, some not so good, but they all have one thing in common: they sell for a lot more money than most other pressings. (Except ours of course!)

In my opinion the primary reason for this is that audiophiles as a whole still believe that MOFI’s meticulous care with their half-speed mastering approach, as well as the dead quiet Japanese vinyl they originally pressed on, are the Gold Standard of record production.

And their pressings often do sound better than run of the mill domestic product. But are they really the best version ever?

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