I've actually seen CD-Rs with barcodes in the matrix area. If you could provide a scan of the play side of that CD I can see if it really is a CD-R or not.Prowler wrote:I won't deal with the guy anymore as last time it took almost 5 months till I got my shit. I have all Alarm vinyls so I fortunately don't need the CDR ...
You're right there is a barcode on the CD 1 but how can a burn error on a pro pressed CD?? I never ever had that yet ... faszinating
Pressing flaws. CDs made in crappy plants will sometimes have these problems, I have a few Areadeath releases I bought brand new that don't play properly because they're cheap shitty discs.Prowler wrote:You're right there is a barcode on the CD 1 but how can a burn error on a pro pressed CD?? I never ever had that yet ... faszinating
I have heard that when the band saw the "quality" they decided to stop the cooperation, and to release the stuff themselves. But I dont know (and dont want to know) all the story behind.
Yes, I agree, he "released" some very good music which deserves to be made properly. Maybe even on vinyl.. but I am not sure how many copies of old Czech metal are possible to sell (I run a vinyl label, so I know... maybe CDs are easier to sell, I dont know).
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