This was an interesting experience. I've been collecting Sinatra's original Capitol LPs and only have a few left to get (been at it for over a year). One was Nice'n'Easy. I remember reading somewhere that a forum member liked the stereo issue and so I picked up a MINT original stereo issue. The top of the cover has FULL DIMENSIONAL STEREO in big block letters, kind of ugly. Anyway I was pretty excited because there weren't even any light scratches on this LP. When I put it on (after DD cleaning) I was taken aback, the vocals were completely out of phase. The music sounded fine but the voice came from everywhere and nowhere. I thought to myself, is this what they mean by FULL DIMENSIONAL STEREO? Completely unlistenable and I didn't make it through the first track. I spot checked the other side to see if it was the same, and it was. Then I thought that I could wire one of my speakers out of phase and get it to sound right. So I tried this and it sounded fine, actually better than fine, quite good. Vocals in the center and different instruments on the right and left. So do you think this was a defective LP, or did they really mean to have the vocals out of phase? Very interesting experience, never happened before.