@Exiled in Linz posted:
If ever an album deserves a vinyl release then it's this one.
Personally, I think the Altitude CD is the best sounding CD that any Finn released in the nineties. (Note not the best, song-wise, though I think 10 or 11 of its 13 songs are great.)
However, I would be interested in hearing "We're All Men" on vinyl. That was deliberately brickwalled to give it a unique sound -- the rest of the album is much more dyamic.
However, if there are bonus tracks or something, beyond the Japanese ones, I'm all in on a reissue.
Now Finn, on the other hand: I can only think that vinyl will drastically improve the sound on that one.
I have a theory that anything done by Tchad Blake, even if he just mixed it, is actually best heard on vinyl due to his vintage equipment and recording techniques. CD would be fine but the tendency to compress CDs does not serve Tchad Blake well -- see also One Nil/One All, which in my opinion would be greatly improved with a vinyl master.