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A reflection / (no side)
[Promo acetate] - 7" United States Elektra 
Issued in 1988. Catalogue #22651.

600-1200€
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By webmaster Jan, 15 2012 6:57 PM
We've added the sleeve. Thanks curemember

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    jchristophem (176) Jan, 15 2012 9:18 PM
    Seriously nice updates Webmaster...also watch out for those Festivals dates announcement tomorrow guys:)
       
    webmaster Jan, 15 2012 8:41 PM
    He ordered no rest on Sundays :/
       
 
   
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A reflection / (no side) (issued 1988).  - Thanks to curemember
A reflection / (no side) (Promo acetate) 7" Track-off United States Elektra 600-1200€ 1
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By curemember (66) Sep, 12 2011 7:00 PM
Hello Web! Thanks for uploading these nice records:) But shouldnt i get credit for my own record;)

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    curemember (66) Sep, 21 2011 8:15 AM
    Ok, thanks for the answer salvatore. Maybe some acetates come with this text on the label and some without. I have listened on this reflection acetate and it sounds like the album version i think, but i will listen again, thanks/Lasse
       
    Salvatore (59) Sep, 20 2011 9:07 PM
    Hello Lasse, the radio stations/DJs... use ink stamps, stickers and/or manuscript reference for their own records collection listing. Sometimes they also use specific sleeves and folder to trace when the record was played. You can see that for the BBC 7" section in the website. But, these modifications are made by the radio/media and not from the record company. It seems that you find acetates which belong to the WEBR radio station. I never noticed the label text. It seems to be randomly present. My "At Night" acetate didn't have the text (nor WEBR ink stamp) at the difference of the one shown here. My "Funeral party" is similar. My others are not shown here but they didn't have the text nor the radio stamp. You should listen your acetates. The version track is similar to the album version but the sound (voice, drums) have a particular sound like a "chorus" effect. I didn't noticed such effects on my other acetates.
       
 
   
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