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At Stebbing, the mould SID code is written in the same font as the matrix and therefore a part of it. Nevertheless I credited it seperately again, should be ok. There is no mastering SID code on the release.
Yes, it says BIEM/ and LC on the backcover although these rights societies and the label code don't exist in NZ; I've seen this on the majority of major label pressings for NZ now, they just copy it from the related EU version's artworks.
Mastering SID code originally given as iƒpi L571.
Pressing plant uncredited, but identified by matrix pattern and SID codes.
Unfortunately, I cannot add scans since the whole release has library stickers on it. Cover from net, durations from Windows Media Player, full date from Amazon.
Brasilian AAxxxxxx numbers: http://www.discogs.com/forum/thread/396654
"UK & Europe" tag: Changed country to plain Europe. "UK & Europe" is only used when the release explicitly distinguishes between these two territories; this is not the case here. Also see http://www.discogs.com/help/forums/topic/373656#3468163
Example of distribution in Germany, Austria & Switzerland by Universal Germany: http://www.musikmarkt.de/Aktuell/News/Auf!-Keinen!-Fall!-schliesst-Vertriebsdeal-mit-Chapter-One-Universal-Music
Track duration discrepancies: http://www.discogs.com/forum/thread/233609#2956877
>> You'll see that on all Western releases made by the major record companies since the late nineties. It doesn't matter for Discogs at all (see guideline):
7.1.2. The country is NOT where the release was manufactured. A US label can release licensed recordings in Germany & Netherlands (perhaps manufactured in Austria).
In fact, except a few internationally known German artists like Rammstein, Kraftwerk etc., there's no market for (pop) music in German language except for Germany, Austria, & Switzerland. Thus, the major record companies only release them there. You may check Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.fr which may list this album there, but only as "import" - because it isn't directly available there. <<
Mainly contributing Extreme Metal and German Rap releases, but also anything else I can get hands on, regardless of music style, lyrics/message and format.
Hail to some legendary submitters who are barely active or not even active anymore at all:
I'm also hailing:
hmvh, the first 'ogger (and quite a Discogs legend himself - his submission notes and dedication are unrivalled) I met in real life. Thanks for the presents, next time it's my turn!
TatianaVonSchnell, my fellow Frenchman who did a lot of good things a while ago. Didn't forget you mate, even though our contact is sparse!
Gabbahead - bloody hell, sometimes you are annoying. ;) But a very good submitter nevertheless.
amarantus is a special one, which you'll see very quickly when reading his/her submission notes. Unfortunately I was never in contact but he/she is worth mentioning.
All active people in the German Discogs forums. Thanks!