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As sometimes happens with 180 gram repressing, the sound is not as bright as the original. It could have been re-mixed, and if so it would be unforgivable, as the treble notes are muted and the bass is very ponderous. "She's Got Legs" just does not sound as bright as it should.
It's so easy to make a mess of remastering. I can imagine that there is a temptation to remaster specifically for a new generation who are used to mp3 compression and listen to nasty representations of something they think sounds good to them on their cell 'phones. However, I'm an old git. I want it to sound as it did originally - raw and bassy to the ears of many. I was pleasantly surprised by this, but it was advertised as having been produced from the analogue masters. Presumably, they were making the distinction because "digitally remastered" versions had been so badly criticised. I think this version is OK, on the assumption that you don't have access to a decent turntable, valve amplifiers, and speakers the size of bedside cabinets that can handle 50W of bass guitar (well that was the reason I bought them in 1979).