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  • Well the verdict is out- these new Meshuggah re-releases claiming to be re-mastered are in fact a ploy for you to spend your hard earned $ on cool looking jewel cases and booklets-that’s it. Not that this amazing album needed to be remastered in any way I was at least expecting to hear some oomph in volume/loudness. Guess what-there was none. I feel duped. Their is no change in sound quality from the original release-none. I listened to it in my car and my killer home audio-same sounding cd. This is b.s. The jewel case is an interesting design, but that is the only difference, hardly a reason to buy a cd. The extra songs are demo versions of songs off the DEI, and they are pretty pointless. Actually the song Aztec Two-Step is from the None ep, I never heard before. This song is actually pretty damn killer!. So if you never heard the song, just download it off iTunes and save yourself some $. I was prepared to buy the other new Meshuggah remasters, but not after hearing this one. Plus why re-release Contradictions Collapse w/the none ep? They just did that less than 10 yrs ago. Nuclear Blast dropped the ball on this one and it’s just to get new Meshuggah fans to spend money since Meshuggah are now the hot metal act at the moment. I want my $ back for this scam of a so-called remaster!!!

    Posted on January 21, 2010