User Rating. To put it as plainly as possible, the Leftovers sound like an Elvis Costello-fronted Ramones cover band. If that doesn't sound appealing to you, Album), you're not going to like them. If it does, you're going to love them, plain and simple. The hooks are HUGE. There's keyboards, handclaps, and lots of "ooh"s and "ah"s in the background.
The production sounds great and the guitars are crisp, clear, and pushed to the forefront. This just might be the catchiest pop-punk record of its time since the LP Another switch to the Japanese pressing showed it to be a bit LP up, but closer in overall effect to the UK pressing.
His harmony vocals in the right channel are set apart better in the LP mix. Some changes made in the new mix are improvements. Harmony vocals throughout the album have more body, depth, and complexity. Overall, the album now sounds more balanced and nuanced, and gives a better picture of the way the elements of the songs work together.
Perhaps pressing plants are having trouble keeping up with demand -- these discs were pressed in the US, Germany, and the Czech Republic. Whatever the reason for this problem, I hope vinyl manufacturers address it. Abbey Road brought to a close Album) of the great careers in popular music.
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