For those disappointed in the compressed, limited "Loudness War" mastering of this release, there is now an alternative.
Blue Apple Music has released a 2012 reissue of this album that has been professionally remastered at Abbey Road Studios by Guy Massey & Steve Rooke. The disc even comes with a message on it explaining to "turn up the volume". The album was released as a 2xLP + CD (1000 copies) and a standalone CD version (500 copies).
I purchased the standalone CD version, which unfortunately comes in a mini-LP sleeve with no liner notes or bonus tracks...STILL for the phenomenal upgrade in sound quality this 2012 disc is 100% worth it. It sounds LEAGUES better than the old 90s CD reissue, what you'd get here, or even an original 80s LP.
To sum up, if you actually care about sound quality and want something that's closer to the band's vision of what the album is supposed to sound like, avoid this release and track down the SUPERIOR 2012 Abbey Road Remaster from Blue Apple. You'll probably have to go to their website, which is where I purchased my copy.