Long time browser, first time poster. I had in my possession, although it seems to be missing now I'm looking for it, a copy of the Genesis "Selling England By The Pound" '94 remaster on cassette. The weird thing about it is, it honestly sounds better than any other master, remix, or remaster, even better than the CD version of the same remaster. It sounds brighter and clearer than any version I've ever heard, and less muffled, but it doesn't seem to have any more audio compression or noise removal done to it, at least as far as the '94 CD master is compared to it. True, it has more noise because of the tape hiss, but it almost seems as though, underneath the inherent tape hiss, there is actually more dynamic range to be heard. I've not had a chance to do a proper dynamic range examination, as I don't even have a halfway decent tape deck, just a low end yellow plastic Walkman. Basically, I'm wondering if anyone knows if there was something different done on the tape vs the cd master. Like was it a Digalog transfer? I.E. did they first remaster the master tape to, like, hi res (24 bit/88.2 kHz, maybe?) digital tape, and then transfer copies of that to the cassette? I'm just curious if anyone has any insider knowledge about this that I'm not privy to, as I've seen other posts on here where just such a knowledgeable person replied. Thanks in advance!