Another example where reissues sure beats the original.
"In some ways, this is even better than The Wall. Waters got a lot of top performers to play on the album, usually behind his singing and speaking of the lyrics …. Guitarist Jeff Beck is heard frequently in the album, with his special virtuosity on eight of the tracks. … (Waters is) certainly at his cynical best here – and without him Pink Floyd — never mind the general doom and gloom — wouldn't have been the top rock group it is and was." — Audiophile Audition, Jan. 12, 2016.
"I have the original double vinyl issue of this, that until recently went for upwards of $600, and this reissue beats that one in every possible way … The QSoundTM "surround sound" is more intensely drawn, dynamics are staggering, deep bass is monumental and the depth and width of the cinematic soundstage is beyond that of every other record I can think of in my collection. The 200g QRP pressing I got (sealed) was perfectly quiet and flat and after sitting through all four sides I felt as if I'd experienced a 3D IMAX movie, only with greater sonic intensity and dimensionality." — Music = 9/11; Sound = 11/11 — Michael Fremer, AnalogPlanet.com.