Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Larry Geller, Aug 14, 2014.
I've actually had a couple of copies of this.One I kept one I flipped.
Me too,except mine is on Philips.Bought it not long after it came out as a cutout
I have an original 1996 US CD of Porcupine Tree's Signify album on C&S Records. It was withdrawn after about a week and replaced about a month later with a new pressing on Ark21 Records.
frente ~ lonely. The original CD single was withdrawn and two tracks (a New Order cover and a track with Ween) were added to the reissue.
I had the Mr Bungle cassette with "Travolta" song title that was later re-named "Quote Unquote" after a quote from a lawyer.
I have the Dutch Import of this
The original commercial release was also quickly deleted and re-released due to errors on the cover. I have a couple of sealed copies of that. I always wondered if it was a marketing stunt.
I see you and raise you one.
My brother had this, and I recall the version of "Heartless" was much better than the later-released one. That's my only memory of the differences.
Does "Smell the Glove" count???
Mike Oldfield PLATINUM . Original pressing actually has the song SALLY on side two.
Only if it's the pressing encoded with Dubly.
Mott The Hoople - UK 1st pressing of debut lp without R&R Queen and all songs totally different early mixes
I have both the 12" and the CD (single) of The Chameleons "Tony Fletcher Walked On Water...". It was quickly withdrawn after it was released by a band member without the other members knowledge/consent.
I also have my original US cd of The Stone Roses debut without "Fool's Gold" on it. I don't know how many were made; but I've never seen another one, though I'm sure they are out there.
I've got this too. Or rather my Ex girlfriend does.
I was working music press and got this promo and still have it -- I've still never heard the actual RELEASED version because the versions I purchased were in the "pill" pack and I never wanted to crack them open! I have the single disc and the 12 disc versions and I've never popped the pills (ha).
I bought two copies of the pill pack when it came out (total Spacemen 3/Spiritualized/Spectrum freak). Opened and played one and mothballed the other. Also still have an unopened 12 disc pack!
7 weeks later in November 1974...
It was because of this album's withdrawal that the other band with songs called "Shine On" and "Money" released an album called Wish You Were Here, for the record!
The Wozard of Iz by Mort Garson.
I have the Frankie Goes To Hollywood "Liverpool" CD reissue on Salvo / Union Square / ZTT that was withdrawn when the band objected to several of the additional tracks included. This is numbered as Element 15 and seems to be pretty rare on eBay.
I have P.M. Dawn's ****ed Music on CD.
Sure wish this one would get reissued. Yes - I know it can be "found" out there on the web.
Still in shrink-wrap, no less!! Ich bin impressed!!!
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