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Troma
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Post#286 » Sat Nov 03, 2012 2:51 pm

Okay, I've just cut a very bit of the backinsert and it definitely fits and looks better now.

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Post#287 » Sat Nov 03, 2012 9:14 pm

My mint condition laservideo press of Omen- battle cry doesn't have a wavy back insert or booklet, I popped open the tray to check for water damage and there was none, and it fits fine in the tray. Guess I just got lucky.

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Osmi_Putnik
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Post#288 » Tue Nov 06, 2012 7:05 am

Does someone know by the matrix if this are 1st presses of Steeler (GER).

Strike Back ('86), MATRIX: Z-9201/ 076-18612 A
Undercover Animal ('88), MATRIX: CDP/85-7512 01

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Post#289 » Tue Nov 06, 2012 12:32 pm

Osmi_Putnik wrote:Does someone know by the matrix if this are 1st presses of Steeler (GER).

Strike Back ('86), MATRIX: Z-9201/ 076-18612 A
Undercover Animal ('88), MATRIX: CDP/85-7512 01
The "Undercover Animal" is the first but I believe the first "Strike Back" pressing was done by Sonopress? Don't quote me on that though because I'm not at home to confirm with my copy.
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Post#290 » Tue Nov 06, 2012 4:09 pm

El Dragon - La Mascara de Hierro

was there a release of this in 1991 on CD? Cause mine has an IFPI Code.

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Post#291 » Tue Nov 06, 2012 4:22 pm

Avenger wrote:
Osmi_Putnik wrote:Does someone know by the matrix if this are 1st presses of Steeler (GER).

Strike Back ('86), MATRIX: Z-9201/ 076-18612 A
Undercover Animal ('88), MATRIX: CDP/85-7512 01
The "Undercover Animal" is the first but I believe the first "Strike Back" pressing was done by Sonopress? Don't quote me on that though because I'm not at home to confirm with my copy.
Thanks, if you remember, please check it for me when you get home

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Post#292 » Fri Nov 09, 2012 7:37 am

Can anyone confirm what's the matrix number of this edition of Running Wild's Port Royal CD?

http://www.musik-sammler.de/media/627101
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Post#293 » Sat Nov 10, 2012 5:40 pm

Troma wrote:El Dragon - La Mascara de Hierro

was there a release of this in 1991 on CD? Cause mine has an IFPI Code.
According to the magazines of the time was made in cd through Megaton label.
Megaton is a label of the band itself.
Do not remember seeing this cd...

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Post#294 » Sat Nov 10, 2012 8:55 pm

Parcas Sangrientas wrote:
Troma wrote:El Dragon - La Mascara de Hierro

was there a release of this in 1991 on CD? Cause mine has an IFPI Code.
According to the magazines of the time was made in cd through Megaton label.
Megaton is a label of the band itself.
Do not remember seeing this cd...
Yeah, I have the CD here, but mine has an IFPI Code which means that it was released 1993 or later. So I wonder if there is also a version from 1991.

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Post#295 » Sat Nov 10, 2012 9:03 pm

Troma wrote:
Parcas Sangrientas wrote:
Troma wrote:El Dragon - La Mascara de Hierro

was there a release of this in 1991 on CD? Cause mine has an IFPI Code.
According to the magazines of the time was made in cd through Megaton label.
Megaton is a label of the band itself.
Do not remember seeing this cd...
Yeah, I have the CD here, but mine has an IFPI Code which means that it was released 1993 or later. So I wonder if there is also a version from 1991.
Correction: 1994 or later.
IFPI codes where introduced during 1994.
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Post#296 » Sat Nov 10, 2012 9:12 pm

Okay, I wasn't sure.

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Post#297 » Sat Nov 10, 2012 11:29 pm

I have a magazine in my hands("Madhouse"december 1991)where it appears an advertisement of El Dragon "La mascara de Hierro" where it says available in vinyl,cassettes and cd.
Your cd should have the logo stamped Megaton and should say "Industria Argentina".

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Post#298 » Sun Nov 11, 2012 12:10 am

Parcas Sangrientas wrote:I have a magazine in my hands("Madhouse"december 1991)where it appears an advertisement of El Dragon "La mascara de Hierro" where it says available in vinyl,cassettes and cd.
Your cd should have the logo stamped Megaton and should say "Industria Argentina".
Okay cool, so there should exist a first press from 1991. thanks for your help!

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Post#299 » Sun Nov 11, 2012 12:59 pm

Warepire wrote:
Troma wrote:
Parcas Sangrientas wrote: According to the magazines of the time was made in cd through Megaton label.
Megaton is a label of the band itself.
Do not remember seeing this cd...
Yeah, I have the CD here, but mine has an IFPI Code which means that it was released 1993 or later. So I wonder if there is also a version from 1991.
Correction: 1994 or later.
IFPI codes where introduced during 1994.
The later half of 1994 as well. I have a few discs from 1994 without them.
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Post#300 » Sun Nov 11, 2012 1:03 pm

Troma wrote:
Parcas Sangrientas wrote:I have a magazine in my hands("Madhouse"december 1991)where it appears an advertisement of El Dragon "La mascara de Hierro" where it says available in vinyl,cassettes and cd.
Your cd should have the logo stamped Megaton and should say "Industria Argentina".
Okay cool, so there should exist a first press from 1991. thanks for your help!
Not necessarily. I've seen a few records advertised as being pressed on a certain format upon originally being released and it never ended up happening. The "Heavy Artillery" compilation tape comes to mind.
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