The great thing about listening to vinyl records that are pressed off the original analog recordings is that you pick up so many details that are missed on digital. It's so easy to forget how incredible these original studio albums are. Pick up this record, play it on a good deck through a tube amp into some serious speakers and it will change your life. Diving into the first side, all the little foley-style sound effects on Fee really bring the story to life, and then the richness of the Hammond / guitar interplay on YEM is totally mesmerizing. Side B takes you on a ride with Esther, which really plays up the soundstage of the recording and brings you into a bad-trippy carnival ride, raising the emotional stakes of the song through all the warmth, detail, and instrumentality present on the recording. Golgi is punchy and gorgeous, and you get deeper into Foam than you thought possible. Side C is the apex of the album for me and hearing straight analog versions of Divided Sky and Dinner & a Movie is just incredible. The mood changes in Dinner between the discordant driving minor chords into the a cappella section is dynamite. And the massive instrumental journey in Divided - it really doesn't get much better than that! David Bowie occupies an entire side D and the separation of the instruments allows you to follow each member of the band through the long orchestrated sections wonderfully. I almost forgot there was a third disc, but Fluffhead/Travels is one of the all-time great Phish tunes (feeling bummed I missed the last few times they played this one live!!), and Contact also an all-time classic. All these tunes sound so warm and incredible on vinyl, I was a little hesitant to spend $50 for one record, but it's more than worth it. The packaging / liner notes are also gorgeous with tons of illustrations, lyrics, and a really cool triple disc presentation. If you're a Phish fan and an audiophile, treat yourself!!