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43 minutes ago, metal beat said:

 

further god news is getting up every 10-12 minutes to change the side.  keeps you fit :)

I need the exercise Shane, so no big deal. Sides 2,3 & 4 have 3 tracks each and side 1 has 4 tracks, but they’re all pretty short. I have a single LP 33rpm pressing on Columbia but it has no date to say when it was pressed. It is subdued in comparison to the 45 rpm pressing though.

 

Cheers Keith

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Hi All,

 

Air, Casanova 70, RSD clear, splatter pressing 2016.

 

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1 hour ago, metal beat said:

 

further god news is getting up every 10-12 minutes to change the side.  keeps you fit :)

LOL - this is true - hahahahahaha - I could cancel my gym membership and not have to go everyday like I do now !!!!!

 

on side note (and totally a female comment) he was kinda cute when young eh? 

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Madonna

Like a Prayer

Original 89 pressing

UK Issue (best sound) also have the Aussie one 1989 which is also great

Both still smell like Patchouli !!!!!

 

I really want the original Japan one too - but not prepared to sell my Kidney for it !! LOL

 

 

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This is a toe tapping Jazz style that will get you on your feet for some dancing 

Palm leaf rag is the genre 
 

 

Artist - Scott Joplin : The Southland Stingers With Ralph Grierson, George Sponhaltz ‎

Title -  Palm Leaf Rag

 

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40 minutes ago, April Snow said:

Madonna

Like a Prayer

Original 89 pressing

UK Issue (best sound) also have the Aussie one 1989 which is also great

Both still smell like Patchouli !!!!!

 

I really want the original Japan one too - but not prepared to sell my Kidney for it !! LOL

 

 

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I can still smell the perfume on my Aussie copy all these years later 🙂

 

All your Madonna spinning has inspired me to give her first album a spin.  1985 West German pressing.

 

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Hi All,

 

Pyramid by Alan Parsons Project

 

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JJ

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Supertramp Crime of the century 

 

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So you liked the last record spin
Well here is another Ragtime record 

 

Artist - Various  ‎

Title - They All Played The Maple Leaf Rag

 

A Scott Joplin composition - that became the model for all ragtime pieces that followed 

Scott Joplin is considered the father of ragtime 

 

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3 hours ago, metal beat said:

 

I can still smell the perfume on my Aussie copy all these years later 🙂

 

All your Madonna spinning has inspired me to give her first album a spin.  1985 West German pressing.

 

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Nice I totally approve !!!!!!!

Tis a great album and she is so pretty on the cover. 

 

Can't help that I keep spamming my Madonna LPS on here  but I love to share and balance things up for the girls 🙂

 

xxx

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Spending the arvo with the "man in my life" 😉

 

Prince

Purple Rain

US Pressing 1984 

Near Mint

(no poster) booo hoooo 😥

 

This is the first album I brought on line when I decided to buy a turntable - when it arrived I asked the seller why the cover had a "cut" in the bottom" and she explained that record shops in Australia used to do that back then to identify the imports. 

Thank goodness they don't do that now.

 

Anyway, it is a lovely pressing and of course mastered by Bernie Grundman - all Prince US ones are the best.

 

 

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28 minutes ago, April Snow said:

Spending the arvo with the "man in my life" 😉

 

Prince

Purple Rain

US Pressing 1984 

Near Mint

(no poster) booo hoooo 😥

 

This is the first album I brought on line when I decided to buy a turntable - when it arrived I asked the seller why the cover had a "cut" in the bottom" and she explained that record shops in Australia used to do that back then to identify the imports. 

Thank goodness they don't do that now.

 

Anyway, it is a lovely pressing and of course mastered by Bernie Grundman - all Prince US ones are the best.

Not quite.

 

The US retailers did this to mark albums that were being returned to the suppliers, unsold.

 

They were called 'cut outs', and much like books and magazines used to be, the retailer could return unsold stock from their shops for credit, while the suppliers went on to wholesale these 'cut out's' for a significant margin reductions to bulk buyers, who then retailed them again at a retail discount.

 

To my knowledge, this was never done with vinyl records in Australia, and certainly not with US pressings (which were relatively rare in this country in the 80's) - the far majority of our retailed stock was local, lest it be sourced overseas and then marked 'imported', and that retailed at significant extra cost.

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53 minutes ago, candyflip said:

Not quite.

 

The US retailers did this to mark albums that were being returned to the suppliers, unsold.

 

They were called 'cut outs', and much like books and magazines used to be, the retailer could return unsold stock from their shops for credit, while the suppliers went on to wholesale these 'cut out's' for a significant margin reductions to bulk buyers, who then retailed them again at a retail discount.

 

To my knowledge, this was never done with vinyl records in Australia, and certainly not with US pressings (which were relatively rare in this country in the 80's) - the far majority of our retailed stock was local, lest it be sourced overseas and then marked 'imported', and that retailed at significant extra cost.

Very interesting, but this was purchased from an Aussie, unless they brought it in the US and brought it here with them maybe, but they said they brought it here like that back at that time? Who knows - the thing with preloved vinyl - they hold secrets of their journey I guess.

 

Just as a side note - I mentioned it to a friend of mine in the UK and she said in the UK the record shops there would do that too to on the covers to show the imports. 

 

Guess the secret is with the record now :)

 

I don't care either way really, whatever it's story is - it is a near mint copy and they are hard to find from 1984. 

 

Thanks for the reply.

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14 minutes ago, April Snow said:

Very interesting, but this was purchased from an Aussie, unless they brought it in the US and brought it here with them maybe, but they said they brought it here like that back at that time? Who knows - the thing with preloved vinyl - they hold secrets of their journey I guess.

 

Just as a side note - I mentioned it to a friend of mine in the UK and she said in the UK the record shops there would do that too to on the covers to show the imports. 

 

Guess the secret is with the record now :)

 

I don't care either way really, whatever it's story is - it is a near mint copy and they are hard to find from 1984. 

 

Thanks for the reply.

Yeah, so cut-out imports hit our shores in the 80's, AND, they've continued to be imported in numbers ever since by people like yourself and me, looking for US copies.

So there are a large number of these available now locally.

But, they were sourced overseas and the cut happened over there, not here.

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OK so found another answer:

 

On Discogs (not sure if I am allowed to link here so shall cut and paste)


From Discogs:
A very few saw-cuts actually are promos. I'm a music journalist and all of the vinyl sent to me for review by Warner Bros. in the 1990s had saw-cuts. 

I would receive these before street date so obviously not overstock. As far as I remember Warner was the only label that did this at the time.

 

This would make sense as Prince was under Warners......(even though the guy above worked for them in the 90s)

 

 

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Either as a promo copy or a remainder the cut and drill hole were supposed to stop them being  sold at full retail price.

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3 hours ago, April Snow said:

I asked the seller why the cover had a "cut" in the bottom" and she explained that record shops in Australia used to do that back then to identify the imports. 

Thank goodness they don't do that now.


I have several LPs with corner cuts or hole stamped 

I always thought after speaking to some industry people - that those records were sample or promo units that were given to DJs and people in the recording industry 

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3 hours ago, candyflip said:

Not quite.

 

The US retailers did this to mark albums that were being returned to the suppliers, unsold.

 

They were called 'cut outs', and much like books and magazines used to be, the retailer could return unsold stock from their shops for credit, while the suppliers went on to wholesale these 'cut out's' for a significant margin reductions to bulk buyers, who then retailed them again at a retail discount.

 

To my knowledge, this was never done with vinyl records in Australia, and certainly not with US pressings (which were relatively rare in this country in the 80's) - the far majority of our retailed stock was local, lest it be sourced overseas and then marked 'imported', and that retailed at significant extra cost.

 

Correctamundo.     My US pressings of Purple Rain, Around the World and Parade all have cuts in them.

 

  At the time I bought them from a store in Darlinghurst.  The shop owner said the same thing.  He bought them from a US wholesaler cheap due to the cuts. All had been returns.

 

All creamed my Aussie pressings.

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8 minutes ago, Full Range said:


I have several LPs with corner cuts or hole stamped 

I always thought after speaking to some industry people - that those records were sample or promo units that were given to DJs and people in the recording industry 

Yes this is what I am learning mostly from researching too, I found it interesting but seems the community are divided on the reason. But the example above by a reviewer from Warners made total sense to me - as Prince was with Warners at that time.

 

Also I remembered this afternoon that the same seller I brought that Purple Rain from also sent me for free (to make up for the fact they never disclosed about the saw mark) a copy of Around the World in a Day - and guess what? It has a hole punched in the top right hand corner. 

 

I never complained to them about my Purple Rain by the way,  as I was very happy with it as it sounds fantastic, but I asked them about the cut as it looked like an obvious thing done (not damage) and that was what they said - BUT now thinking on it, I think it was Promo - because the free one with the "punch mark" is an Aussie pressing.........and how co-incidental both albums from the same seller. Was an ebay purchase.

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3 minutes ago, metal beat said:

 

Correctamundo.     My US pressings of Purple Rain, Around the World and Parade all have cuts in them.

 

  At the time I bought them from a store in Darlinghurst.  The shop owner said the same thing.  He bought them from a US wholesaler cheap due to the cuts.

 

All creamed my Aussie pressings.

Agreed - All Prince are best as US Pressings (Bernie Grundman) - I rather have a cut in them because they sound so much better.

Although I believe the re-issue of Purple Rain (also cut by Bernie) is pretty good - but yet to pick that one up........(at least then I get the poster.......)

 

it is all fun - sorry I de-railed the spinning thread a little - 

but it is interesting to learn these things - vinyl is way cool for the history lessons 😉

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18 minutes ago, April Snow said:

Agreed - All Prince are best as US Pressings (Bernie Grundman) - I rather have a cut in them because they sound so much better.

Although I believe the re-issue of Purple Rain (also cut by Bernie) is pretty good - but yet to pick that one up........(at least then I get the poster.......)

 

it is all fun - sorry I de-railed the spinning thread a little - 

but it is interesting to learn these things - vinyl is way cool for the history lessons 😉

 

I have the 2017 remaster that was done by Kevin Gray and supervised by Prince.  Comes in an awesome silver mirror finish.

  Some complain this new mix a little compressed and bright bit that may be more the cd, however the vinyl sounds great to me.

 

 I also picked up the Purple Rain picture disc that came out in 2017.  I love that. 

 

  You need both 😛

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6 minutes ago, metal beat said:

 

I have the 2017 remaster that was done by Kevin Gray and supervised by Prince.  Comes in an awesome silver mirror finish.

  Some complain this new mix a little compressed and bright bit that may be more the cd, however the vinyl sounds great to me.

 

 I also picked up the Purple Rain picture disc that came out in 2017.  I love that. 

 

  You need both 😛

I think that is the one I meant too - 2017  - sorry (doh)

 

 Also wanting to pick up the 1999 (2019) Vinyl as that apparently is great too &  a nice master..........

 

on that wish list of mine ...........*sigh*

 

(agreed, the 2017 CD was not great for Purple Rain - but I do love love love the new 1999 CD boxed set - that is pretty great).

 

 

 

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Christopher Cross - Back of my mind

 

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Rolling Stones

Honk

2019 

US 

2 x LPs

 

 

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An officer and a gentleman - OST

 

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