Led Zeppelin III, although not as successful as its two predecessors, continued to show the versatility of this group
Led Zeppelin II opened new doors for this group with more acoustic tracks and some interesting rough mixes tossed in to a great remastering effort.
The album that brought Led Zeppelin to the world stage, this “deluxe edition,” adds some nifty live performances from Paris.
The beefy new 2013 remix of Primus’ now 20+ year-old 1991 hard rock classic is offered up in a fantastic high-resolution lossless download from HDtracks and Interscope.
Heavy Metal, par excellence, returns as a high resolution download set, Van Halen Studio Recordings 1978-1984, from HDtracks. This 3-hour plus collection really delivers the goods, giving us the original lineup sounding about as good as we will ever hear them.
Neil Young’s long-awaited Archives Vol. 1 collection is finally here, in his preferred Blu-ray format, and it sets a new standard for what Blu-ray can deliver in terms of audio quality, connectivity, and interactivity.