If you have to choose between the standard 1985 EK 34188 (DIDP 020006), and the 1989 Japanese 25・8P-5192, choose the standard pressing. The Japanese pressing has just a tiny *pinch* of refined bass, but it's not enough to say that's full-on noticeable in the mix in comparison to the 1985. You can't even tell it's there unless you A/B the pressings' waveforms on a song that features bass prominently in the fadeout, like "Hitch a Ride". The 1989's bass difference also gave it a much higher top end, and it ends up making the disc sound more digitally-processed and slightly harsh. The standard 1985 USA pressing sounds a lot more natural and smooth.