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PostSubject: SatQ pressing query   Thu Sep 15, 2011 4:52 pm

Does anyone know which pressing of SatQ this is?



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PostSubject: Re: SatQ pressing query   Thu Sep 15, 2011 5:05 pm

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Does anyone know which pressing of SatQ this is?



I'm fairly certain that's the current pressing. Sabot apparantly got rid of the "juke box" hole and changed the label a bit.
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PostSubject: Re: SatQ pressing query   Thu Sep 15, 2011 5:24 pm

That's so much nicer than the old one!
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PostSubject: Re: SatQ pressing query   Thu Sep 15, 2011 5:27 pm

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Does anyone know which pressing of SatQ this is?

I'm fairly certain that's the current pressing. Sabot apparantly got rid of the "juke box" hole and changed the label a bit.

as the black US pressing is the unlimited one, would changing the label and 'hole' not make this a separate pressing?

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PostSubject: Re: SatQ pressing query   Mon Sep 19, 2011 12:56 pm

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steady now steady now wrote:
Does anyone know which pressing of SatQ this is?

I'm fairly certain that's the current pressing. Sabot apparantly got rid of the "juke box" hole and changed the label a bit.

as the black US pressing is the unlimited one, would changing the label and 'hole' not make this a separate pressing?

I think this is a question for the completists but I would think so.
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PostSubject: Re: SatQ pressing query   Thu Sep 22, 2011 4:35 pm

I have now heard from Sabot about this.

The black vinyl shown above does indeed now replace the previous 'unlimited' version, of which they ended up pressing 3,551 copies. So that's a second black pressing then, though again nominally 'unlimited'.

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PostSubject: Re: SatQ pressing query   Thu Sep 22, 2011 5:59 pm

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I have now heard from Sabot about this.

The black vinyl shown above does indeed now replace the previous 'unlimited' version, of which they ended up pressing 3,551 copies. So that's a second black pressing then, though again nominally 'unlimited'.

Of the 3,551 previously pressed, I believe the first pressing of black was limited to 1,000. This is according to the 18milesaminute blog.
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PostSubject: Re: SatQ pressing query   Fri Sep 23, 2011 3:49 am

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steady now steady now wrote:
I have now heard from Sabot about this.

The black vinyl shown above does indeed now replace the previous 'unlimited' version, of which they ended up pressing 3,551 copies. So that's a second black pressing then, though again nominally 'unlimited'.

Of the 3,551 previously pressed, I believe the first pressing of black was limited to 1,000. This is according to the 18milesaminute blog.

if that site was still up to date and accurate, I wouldn't have bothered basing my page on that info but updating and correcting it

that's why I don't show a limited first black pressing, because I understand that the black pressing in fact turned out to be the 'unlimited' one

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PostSubject: Re: SatQ pressing query   Fri Sep 23, 2011 8:17 am

so is this new pressing the one you would get from the Gaslight store ?
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PostSubject: Re: SatQ pressing query   Fri Sep 23, 2011 9:41 am

steady now steady now wrote:
Shrewsbury_Stars wrote:
steady now steady now wrote:
I have now heard from Sabot about this.

The black vinyl shown above does indeed now replace the previous 'unlimited' version, of which they ended up pressing 3,551 copies. So that's a second black pressing then, though again nominally 'unlimited'.

Of the 3,551 previously pressed, I believe the first pressing of black was limited to 1,000. This is according to the 18milesaminute blog.

if that site was still up to date and accurate, I wouldn't have bothered basing my page on that info but updating and correcting it

that's why I don't show a limited first black pressing, because I understand that the black pressing in fact turned out to be the 'unlimited' one

Now I'm confused. Below is our exchange from another thread. What am I missing?


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steady now steady now wrote:

ouch!

generally speaking, first pressing rarity still stands, even if records are re-pressed in the same colour

Shrewsbury_Stars wrote:

That's fair enough. So for something like the black 2x7 pressing of S&TQ on black, would that still be considered a first press limited to 1000 even though Sabot has repressed the black version?

I realize what a nerd this makes me but I really enjoy discussing this stuff.

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yes, the first press would still be limited, because the re-pressing is, after all, a second pressing

as for Elsie's second pressing of 500, as they don't seem to be sold with a 'second pressing' tag, are they really a separate pressing for collector's purposes?
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PostSubject: Re: SatQ pressing query   Fri Sep 23, 2011 10:27 am

Shrewsbury_Stars wrote:
steady now steady now wrote:
Shrewsbury_Stars wrote:
steady now steady now wrote:
I have now heard from Sabot about this.

The black vinyl shown above does indeed now replace the previous 'unlimited' version, of which they ended up pressing 3,551 copies. So that's a second black pressing then, though again nominally 'unlimited'.

Of the 3,551 previously pressed, I believe the first pressing of black was limited to 1,000. This is according to the 18milesaminute blog.

if that site was still up to date and accurate, I wouldn't have bothered basing my page on that info but updating and correcting it

that's why I don't show a limited first black pressing, because I understand that the black pressing in fact turned out to be the 'unlimited' one

Now I'm confused. Below is our exchange from another thread. What am I missing?


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steady now steady now wrote:

ouch!

generally speaking, first pressing rarity still stands, even if records are re-pressed in the same colour

Shrewsbury_Stars wrote:

That's fair enough. So for something like the black 2x7 pressing of S&TQ on black, would that still be considered a first press limited to 1000 even though Sabot has repressed the black version?

I realize what a nerd this makes me but I really enjoy discussing this stuff.

steady now steady now wrote:

yes, the first press would still be limited, because the re-pressing is, after all, a second pressing

as for Elsie's second pressing of 500, as they don't seem to be sold with a 'second pressing' tag, are they really a separate pressing for collector's purposes?

oooo; now I've confused myself

I think when I answered I assumed that the re-pressing could be distinguished

oh man, and I don't even collect variants

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PostSubject: Re: SatQ pressing query   Fri Sep 23, 2011 12:34 pm

Are we agreed that the 1st press black had the large juke box hole and the new press has the small regular hole or have i missed something ?
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PostSubject: Re: SatQ pressing query   Fri Sep 23, 2011 3:18 pm

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Are we agreed that the 1st press black had the large juke box hole and the new press has the small regular hole or have i missed something ?

yes, we're agreed on that

large juke box hole: 3,551 pressed

regular hole: current 'unlimited' pressing

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PostSubject: Re: SatQ pressing query   Fri Sep 23, 2011 3:54 pm

steady now steady now wrote:
brucesboots wrote:
Are we agreed that the 1st press black had the large juke box hole and the new press has the small regular hole or have i missed something ?

yes, we're agreed on that

large juke box hole: 3,551 pressed

regular hole: current 'unlimited' pressing

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PostSubject: Re: SatQ pressing query   Sun Sep 25, 2011 7:31 am

by the way, the release date for this pressing is July 2011

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