The Eagles' 1970's studio albums will be reissued via Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab (MFSL) through its “UltraDisc One-Step” format. Just released is the band's 1972 debut, Eagles, with its 1973 follow-up Desperado, dropping on September 17th, with both sets limited to 7,500 copies. There's been no release date announced for the remainder of the MFSL Eagles releases.
Rolling Stone reported, “Eagles and Desperado are packaged in deluxe box sets with foil-stamped jackets and original artwork. The UltraDisc One-Step format skips the standard three-step lacquer process — using only one — resulting in higher sound quality.”
The Eagles' catalogue curator, Richard F.W. Davis, said in a statement: “These records are classic for a reason, and they deserve to be presented in the best possible formats. The MoFi process, with its purist high-fidelity approach to committing the original tapes to disc, represents a way of going beyond the standard vinyl to bring a truer experience to the listener.”