This is an outstanding sound original pressing (my vinyl is NM), if you want to compare with another releases, I don't have problem. Guitars sounds crystalline and good tonal bass. Fantastic album.
PS.: Look at the DR
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Appearing "Street Of London" 2nd Version
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