* I bought this mint two LP set knowing that it was not the official release. The only official release of this record is on black vinyl and there has never been an official reissue. I was also able to compare this to the original.
Both LP’s are bright green and you can see through them for the most part. There are some cloudy/milky parts within the vinyl that don’t make it totally clear. There are also tiny specks of what look like black vinyl embedded in each record.
The cover is made of a thin rough material that is not like a typical album cover. It is flimsy and actually buckles when you handle it. The insert artwork is also a cheap reproduction of the original.
When I played each record they had an unusual tap or bump sound as it rotated. The culprit was multiple excess vinyl tabs on the edge of each record. The only way to fix this was to file the edges of the records to be completely round. Once filed down each of the records played fine.
Upon listening the records are obviously not pressed from the master recordings. They appear to be from CD when compared to the full and deep sound of the original pressing.
It’s obvious that the Ænima – Green Limited Edition Reissue is a cheap reproduction attempting to capitalize on the expensive nature of acquiring the original pressing.
The original pressing of Ænima sounds absolutely terrific so don’t be fooled by this or any other cheap reproductions.
Label: Zoo Entertainment
Format: 2 x Vinyl, LP, Album,
Unofficial Release, greenCountry:
Genre: Rock Style: Prog Rock, Heavy Metal
|B1||Forty Six & 2||6:03|
|B2||Message To Harry Manback||1:53|
|Keyboards [Uncredited] – David Bottrill|
|B3||Hooker With A Penis||4:34|
|Organ [Uncredited] – Eban Schletter|
|C1||Die Eier Von Satan||2:17|
|Vocals [Uncredited] – Marko Fox|
|Synthesizer [Uncredited] – Chris Pitman|
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