Exos ‎– Strength

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Label:
Force Inc. Music Works ‎– FIM-1-048
Format:
CD, Album
Country:
Germany
Released:
06 Feb 2001
Genre:
Electronic
Style:
Techno

Tracklist

1 2nd 5:35
2 Greenscape 5:13
3 Reds 4:23
4 Where Is 4:50
5 Survivor 5:52
6 In Front Of 5:27
7 In The 5:43
8 At The End 4:57
9 Begin 5:56
10 With The 2:51
11 Tjaldur I Vanda 6:49
12 Birds In Bedroom 6:42
13 Stagm 4:37

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed ByEFA – EFA 04448-2
  • Manufactured ByMPO

Credits

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 18750 44482 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 718750444820
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1+2): [MPO Logo] FIM 1048 @@@ 01 20001209 0040 @@@ 4
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1+2): IFPI L033
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 1240
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 121F
  • Label Code: LC 06001

Seller's Shipping Information

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* paypal demands that the items are sent to the address given in the payment-confirmation,
---> so please make sure your paypal address shows your exact delivery address <---

* dispatch after payment received,

buyer pays shipping:

germany cd:
* 1-4 cd's: 2,00 euro (brief),
* 1-4 cd's: 4,50 euro (brief per einschreiben),
* 1-99 cd's: 4,80 euro (hermes),
* 1-99 cd's: 7,50 euro (dhl paket)
(bitte bei der bestellung die gewünschte versandoption angeben, danke);

germany vinyl:
* 1-49 records: 4,80 euro (hermes),
wer hermes nicht mag oder versand mit der post benötigt (zb. tagsüber keiner da zum annehmen):
* 1-49 records: 7,50 euro (dhl paket)
(bitte bei der bestellung die gewünschte versandoption angeben, danke);
bis auf weiteres kein versand als warensendung oder an packstationen.

european union cd:
* 1-4x cd's: 4,80 euro (airmail letter),
* 5-8x cd's: 8,00 euro (airmail letter),
* registered mail available for 2,50 euros extra (optional, highly recommended!);

european union vinyl:
* 1x 12": 4,80 euro (airmail letter);
* 2-3x 12": 8,00 euro (airmail letter);
* registered mail available for 2,50 euros extra (optional, highly recommended!);
* 4-7x 12": 12,00 euro (registered DHL small parcel);
* up to 20x 12": 18,00 euro (DHL package) to
netherlands (islands excluded),
belgium,
luxemburg,
denmark (islands excluded),
austria,
u.k. (NOT jersey or guernsey),
france (NOT guadeloupe, martinique, guayana, reunion),
spain (NOT to islands),
portugal (NOT azores, madeira),
italy (NOT san marino, livigno, vatican),
ireland, poland, sweden, finland, slovakia, czech rep., hungary
* for big orders please ask before you order, depends on country & weight.

world cd:
* 1-4x cd's 7,50 euro (registered mail airmail letter),
* 5-8x cd's: 10,50 euro (registered mail airmail letter),
* registered mail only.
* for big orders please ask before you order, depends on country & weight.

world vinyl:
* 1x 12": 7,50 euro (registered mail airmail letter);
* 2-3x 12": 10,50 euro (registered mail airmail letter);
* registered mail only.
* for big orders please ask before you order, depends on country & weight.

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please note:
* double cd/lp count as two etc.; 7" counts like cd; 10" counts like 12".
* for mixed cd+vinyl orders and other formats please ask.
* for insurance options + rates available please ask.
* cd's are sent in airbubble-envelopes (ca.15-20g), vinyls are sent in sturdy cardboard mailers (ca.200g+).
* final postage rate depends on total weight of order.
* regular jewelcase cd's usually can be sent without jewelcase or 2-in-1 to save weight (see postage rates above). your choice.
* i will send a confirmation notice with all details shortly after your order.
* please pay asap, or within 4 days after purchase, latest.
* when sending payment please include your order-number as reference.

* paypal demands that the items are sent to the address given in the payment-confirmation,
so please make sure your paypal address shows your exact delivery address.


* paypal also demands that the items are sent with a "proof of delivery",
so i reserve the right to charge for registered mail when you want to pay with paypal.


* dispatch after payment received, latest on saturdays or mondays.

ps. please communicate via the discogs interface only, thanks.

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grading, you ask?
here's my interpretation of the goldmine standard ratings,
some remarks what it means for my stuff (vinyl first, cd below):

* mint vinyl:
a truly mint record in a mint sleeve does not exist,
except when bought directly from the distributor & handled carefully.
this grade i use only for 100% top quality, definitely unplayed records.
a record that ever had a needle on it (esp. in a shop!) or was played cannot be mint.
unplayed vinyl without inner sleeves that gathered dust on the open sleeve side cannot be mint.
a cover with creases cannot be mint.
a cover with the tiniest writing on cannot be mint.

* near mint vinyl:
near mint is as good as new, barely played, no visible marks.
no creases in cover or sleeve.
the near mint grade should satisfy every critical collector except some overzealous pedants.
as good as it can get for a record that has seen a turntable.
most 'new' stuff bought from real-life shops looks worse.

* vg+ vinyl:
vg+ is the common rating for a lovingly handled record
that has been played more than, say, half a dozen times.
with maybe some minor markings (for example from pulling out a shitty inner sleeve).
cover might have some minor ringwear or creases.
still worthwhile to the collector.

* vg vinyl:
vg is the rating which could be described as 'used'.
playable, visible marks or scratches, fingerprints,
surface noise apparent in quiet parts & lead-in & run-out grooves.
cover has been used, has creases, maybe some writing on, a cut-out,
maybe partly broken through on the side.
if you want to play this on a pa(rty) to a crowd, fine.
if you want to test your hi-fi equipment, find a better one.

* good / good+ vinyl:
'good' in goldmine standard words to me means 'not good, but acceptable'.
acceptable when you can bear scratches & obvious prior dj-usage.
cover is torn or badly written on.

* generic cover:
generic black or white doublehole sleeves i do not rate.
usually their condition is similar to the record rated.
writing on generic covers doesn't count.
price-tag-rips on generic covers don't count.
since they're generic i don't care much, as long as the inner sleeve is fine.
bad covers i will replace with good enough ones.

* some remarks on general handling:
after adding a record to my collection (bought new or used)
i replace the standard paper inner sleeves with high-quality antistatic silklike sleeves.
i do this for almost all records,
except for some less-than-average vg/g stuff (or for mint ones i have more of of course).
records with non-generic covers are put inside a protective plastic cover.
this helps a lot to maintain the condition it was in when i got it.
i do not dj-use my records either.
i try very carefully to remove pricetags & other stickers when appropriate.

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the goldmine standard does not refer to cd's,
so i'll try to explain how i give ratings here:

* mint cd:
preferably factory sealed. if not,
no signs of handling or marks whatsoever,
not even the tiniest ones, even when checked under bright artificial light.
digipaks and booklets have no creases or dents or fingerprints, at all.
i use 'mint' only for stuff that was not played at all.
a used cd could be mint, but often it's not.
stuff i have played myself is 'near mint' at best, even if spotless
(well, if a dozen other sellers offer 'mint',
sometimes i'm tempted to give a 'mint' rating too for a truly spotless cd).

* near mint cd:
cd is spotless. no marks at all.
cd has been played with utmost handling care only.
digipaks and booklets have no creases or dents, maybe a fingerprint.
some other sellers might refer to this condition as 'mint', however i do not. try me.

* vg+ cd:
cd has minor mark(s), visible only under bright artificial light.
digipaks and booklet have minimal creases or dents.
this would be 'near mint' to the untrained eye ;-)

* vg cd:
cd has visible marks or minor scratches. 'used'.
booklets have creases or folds or or dents.
digipaks have worn corners or sides, maybe price stickers or remnants.
digipaks might have some broken plastic holding-pins.
covers with cut-out's, holes in barcode, punchholes are vg only when neatly done & non-prominent.

* good/good+ cd:
usually i don't sell cd stuff i'd rate less than vg.
have done it for *extremely* rare stuff only.

* standard jewelcases/singlecases
i do not rate the condition of the standard cases, but the booklet & back or front inlay.
cases with cracked parts i replace with functional or new ones.

* i do not sell cd's with bad scratches or marks or even skips.
when i say 'plays fine here' i refer to a less than perfect looking cd that plays fine on my cd players.
of course all my cd's i offer here play fine, so maybe i should delete those comments ;-)

* some remarks on general handling:
all digipak-cd's, cardboard-cover-cd's and cd's with release-unique stickers
i store inside a protective plastic cover.

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any questions? let me know.

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(p)+(c) kompaktkiste 2016

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