I’ll skip the review of the material – clearly one of Budgie’s best albums(“In The Grip of the Tyrefitter’s Hand” alone justifies the purchase). What blew me away was the sound quality of the remaster vs. the original release. With most of these remasters the difference is barely perceivable, such that you wonder why you’d pay more when you already have the original CD release. Here it’s money well spent, even at import price. Crank it up on a decent stereo and hear for yourself. It breathes, you can hear everything crystal clear. Why can’t all remasters sound this way, and why can’t all albums sound this good from the very first issue? This is the best thing since powdered milk.