This is a superficial reading (not a lot of profundity here, folks), but boy is it enjoyable. It’s tremendously exciting. This is the version to play if you to want to be impressed. But you won’t want to try to impress any of your hi-fi friends with it, because the mastering on this recording is horrible. All the transients (i.e., the quick loud bits) have been curtailed so there’s a loudness ceiling and nothing goes above it. (See the Wikipedia article on the Loudness war for a better explanation.) Good performance. Bad mastering. Very bad mastering.
As for individual movements, there’s not a lot to report. In “Mars”, a trumpet plays a bad note at 1:36 and the same trumpet gets a bit lost from 1:39-1:41, but that’s about it for anything I’d call (wait for it…) noteworthy.
“Saturn” is pretty good, apart from some sloppy playing in a few places (4:58, 5:20), and someone plays a sour note in “Uranus” (1:01).
But honestly, I’m nitpicking for no decent reason.
This is fun, fun, fun.