Need info on some records (OLD'n'LOCKED)

...and all CD issues goes here.
User avatar
Avenger
Posts: 8188

Post#1291 » Wed Dec 23, 2009 11:12 am

rooster wrote:Which of these 2 pressings is the first one or, if neither, which is earlier?

Image

Image
I can't tell because the pictures are too small.

I need a high res photo of the disc where I'm able to see the Matrix.
bigfootkit wrote:"Your Steel Is Not True"
stormspell wrote:"I hate all my releases. I only listen to Korn and Limp Bizkit, don't you know..."

rooster
Posts: 64

Post#1292 » Wed Dec 23, 2009 6:31 pm

Ok, here are the scans of matrix area

CD below:

Image

and CD above:

Image

User avatar
Heathen
Posts: 1234

Post#1293 » Wed Dec 23, 2009 8:17 pm

the second (= the matrix pictured lower) CD is definitely older. I would say it must have been printed before 1994 (but I'm guessing here), maybe even much earlier. It may very well be the first pressing.

The higher matrix has an IFPI number (they begun showing up in CDs in mid 90-ties) and a new matrix "design" which is very common even in Sonopress CDs printed nowdays.

humus
Posts: 1464
Contact:

Post#1294 » Thu Dec 24, 2009 3:32 am

Does anybody here have an original Necro schizma (HOL) tape? If so, any clues on how to recognize an original?

User avatar
N.W.O.O.F.G.M.
Posts: 256

Post#1295 » Thu Dec 24, 2009 4:02 pm

Shore(s) of the Evening

What do they sound like?
Ария make a metalhead want to speak Russian!

User avatar
Andreas
Posts: 412

Post#1296 » Thu Dec 24, 2009 4:19 pm

N.W.O.O.F.G.M. wrote:Shore(s) of the Evening

What do they sound like?
Like crap, but what a sleeve. Only buy for the sleeve. It's not even metal (for me).

User avatar
N.W.O.O.F.G.M.
Posts: 256

Post#1297 » Thu Dec 24, 2009 4:23 pm

I came accros it today, sealed for 33 euros. The sleeve spoke METAL and I was wondering.

Let me guess, AOR? Heavy Rock? Does it have balls of any kind at all?
Ария make a metalhead want to speak Russian!

User avatar
Sgt. Kuntz
Posts: 1259

Post#1298 » Thu Dec 24, 2009 5:22 pm

N.W.O.O.F.G.M. wrote:I came accros it today, sealed for 33 euros. The sleeve spoke METAL and I was wondering.

Let me guess, AOR? Heavy Rock? Does it have balls of any kind at all?
Not really, a mixture of solid hard rock and pure crap.
Where were you in '79 when the dam began to burst


http://www.musik-sammler.de/sammlung/ptrz80

User avatar
Avenger
Posts: 8188

Post#1299 » Fri Dec 25, 2009 5:52 am

rooster wrote:Ok, here are the scans of matrix area

CD below:

Image

and CD above:

Image
The second one is the First Pressing. the first is a re-issue from the second half of the 90's.
bigfootkit wrote:"Your Steel Is Not True"
stormspell wrote:"I hate all my releases. I only listen to Korn and Limp Bizkit, don't you know..."

rooster
Posts: 64

Post#1300 » Fri Dec 25, 2009 9:58 pm

thanks Heathen and Avenger. I didn't know that there was reissue of Release From Agony. There isn't any on Music Sammler.

User avatar
daniel
Posts: 1992

Post#1301 » Fri Dec 25, 2009 10:26 pm

Once again, ANYONE heard Mania's 'No Lullabies' LP(Texas)?
Are you the tyrant, who cast them to the sea?
One day you'll be among the dead.

User avatar
Trigger
Posts: 856

Post#1302 » Fri Dec 25, 2009 10:40 pm

daniel wrote:Once again, ANYONE heard Mania's 'No Lullabies' LP(Texas)?
I did a couple of times some years ago when i borrowed the Lp from a friend of mine but wasn't much excited about it.Some decent tracks but nothing special if i remember well.Don't know how it will appeal to me if i listen to it now....But i think it's nothing special indeed
Never trust the Goblin King....

User avatar
daniel
Posts: 1992

Post#1303 » Sat Dec 26, 2009 4:22 am

THANK YOU. I think I've asked about it for a year at least without getting any replies. The cover looks like shit, good to know ther music isn't anything amazing either. It never gets more hit and miss than 80's metal haha.
Are you the tyrant, who cast them to the sea?
One day you'll be among the dead.

User avatar
Avenger
Posts: 8188

Post#1304 » Sat Dec 26, 2009 12:17 pm

rooster wrote:thanks Heathen and Avenger. I didn't know that there was reissue of Release From Agony. There isn't any on Music Sammler.
That's because people are idiots and when they see "1988" written on the inserts they assume it's from that year. A lot of re-issues only state the original year of release and not the re-issue date.
bigfootkit wrote:"Your Steel Is Not True"
stormspell wrote:"I hate all my releases. I only listen to Korn and Limp Bizkit, don't you know..."

User avatar
Sgt. Kuntz
Posts: 1259

Post#1305 » Sat Dec 26, 2009 12:54 pm

Trigger wrote:
daniel wrote:Once again, ANYONE heard Mania's 'No Lullabies' LP(Texas)?
I did a couple of times some years ago when i borrowed the Lp from a friend of mine but wasn't much excited about it.Some decent tracks but nothing special if i remember well.Don't know how it will appeal to me if i listen to it now....But i think it's nothing special indeed
I agree, nothing really special, but i would say it is a solid metal album, Not as bad as you would think with that kind of cover. If you wanna have a good laugh, look at rock-lion-records and at the price it is listed 8)
Where were you in '79 when the dam began to burst


http://www.musik-sammler.de/sammlung/ptrz80

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest