Some more of the Dead's remastered studio stuff representing much of their studio output in the 70s became available as individual discs yesterday. It had previously only been available in the box set, which I do not have. I had been looking forward to these individual remasters as they represent more modern recordings than the previously released remasters and are also more complex musically, encompassing albums such as "Wake of the Flood", "From the Mars Hotel", "Blues for Allah", and "Terrapin Station". I bought "Blues for Allah" (always my favorite studio album of their's) yesterday and am quite impressed with the job they did with it. The recording has always sounded very dull and flat (to me, anyway) and benefits considerably from the remastering.