- Joined on June 30, 2013
Don't ask me to rip any of my collection for you, it is illegal; just because others do it, doesn't make it legal.
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◈-P-◈ [MCA Pressing Plant, Pinckneyville]
⧈-G-⧈ [MCA Pressing Plant, Gloversville]
◎—∈—◎ [MCA Records (Canada)]
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Rights Societies & Country: RSG §7.2.1.
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Things to remember
Auto-coupled releases: Were designed to be stacked on an auto-changed, with Record 1 Side 1 up on the bottom, then Record 2 Side 1 up, ... then Record n Side 1 up. The auto-changer would drop the bottom record and play it, the next, ... the last. Once the stack had finished playing all the side 1's, one would lift the whole stack off the auto-changer, flip the whole stack over placing it back on the auto-changer. This would place Record n Side 2 on the bottom, now the first to drop & play, then drop the next record, the next, until Record 1 Side 2 is played. The Tracklist should be entered in the way it was intended to play... on an auto-changer.
Things that need fixing
I'm sure there is something, just haven't found it yet!
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