Bootleg Warning Thread - CD

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Helstar
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Re: Bootleg Warning Thread - CD (2013)

Post#256 » Fri Sep 21, 2018 4:11 pm

https://www.discogs.com/release/3999070 ... Day/images

(scroll down in that page)

This looks good to me. Not sure if there is a replica of this version, but these cd scans are clearly from a legit Laservideo pressed cd.

Zdan
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Re: Bootleg Warning Thread - CD (2013)

Post#257 » Fri Sep 21, 2018 4:36 pm

Sorry for the mistake in the album title. I was tired from a gym workout when writing that :mrgreen:

Thanks Helstar - I will know what to look for when hunting for that CD. I have the Power Play reissue but I love the album and would love to have an original/old version.

bobo
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Re: Bootleg Warning Thread - CD (2013)

Post#258 » Fri Sep 21, 2018 4:40 pm

Mystic Force - Shipwrecked with the wicked with printed black letters on the cd is a Greek bootleg

wicked keeper
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Re: Bootleg Warning Thread - CD (2013)

Post#259 » Sun Jun 23, 2019 6:15 am

Get with the times people -bootleg Metal cds are cool now - so cool in fact that that legit record labels are even doing tributes to them:

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/REMEMBERED- ... SwxcZdALZv


:lol:

J.
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Re: Bootleg Warning Thread - CD (2013)

Post#260 » Thu Jul 11, 2019 2:27 pm

Does anyone know if these 2019 cd reissues on "Eclipse Records" are legit? (All the one's listed before Iron Maiden)
According to discogs they're an unofficial label though they only list some of their releases as unofficial and they haven't added these new titles yet.

https://www.hurricanerecords.de/index.p ... earch_typ=

thanks

jnfernal
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Re: Bootleg Warning Thread - CD

Post#261 » Tue Jul 16, 2019 1:08 am

it's the same bootleg label who - under different names in the past released several other CDs, for example:

-Limelight and Heavy Load under the label's name Flawed Gems
-Tygers Of Pan Tang, Satan, Jaguar, Tank, Heavy Load (again...) under the label's name Heavy Sounds
-Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden and lot other under the label's name Top Gear

and tons of 70's rock/psych rock under the same labels or other names

plus I am surely forgetting many other releases under other label's names, but it's always the same label: same layout, same packaging, same disc quality, same fonts, same everything.

They are all available at www.megadisc.pl which make me think it's either a polish or a russian bootleg label

J.
Posts: 89

Re: Bootleg Warning Thread - CD

Post#262 » Wed Jul 17, 2019 5:13 am

Cheers. Will avoid. :)

Helstar
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Re: Bootleg Warning Thread - CD

Post#263 » Tue Dec 17, 2019 8:46 pm

https://stormspell.bigcartel.com/produc ... e-releases

https://www.facebook.com/Stormspell.Rec ... 781539569/

Lost story short ... he got corrected on FB by a lot of guys knowing plenty more than him about these Mausoleum cds, so in the end he ackowledged these are "maybe" (for him) not legit pressings... but keeps selling them on his bigcartel shop.

Some friend told me that the origin of these could be very well Battle Cry but it's just speculation (pretty sure the origin is Germany anyway, as High Roller was the first selling them). Anyway, I'll leave any conclusions to you all.
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Zdan
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Re: Bootleg Warning Thread - CD

Post#264 » Tue Dec 17, 2019 9:12 pm

Helstar wrote:
Tue Dec 17, 2019 8:46 pm
https://stormspell.bigcartel.com/produc ... e-releases

https://www.facebook.com/Stormspell.Rec ... 781539569/

Lost story short ... he got corrected on FB by a lot of guys knowing plenty more than him about these Mausoleum cds, so in the end he ackowledged these are "maybe" (for him) not legit pressings... so he keeps selling them on his bigcartel shop.

Some friend told me that the origin of these could be very well Battle Cry but it's just speculation (pretty sure the origin is Germany anyway, as High Roller was the first selling them). Anyway, I'll leave any conclusions to you all.
Somebody just needs to get their ass in gear and start some reissues of this stuff. It would lay all of this to rest.

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