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You know the ones that have it mis-labled  and are on the lighter colour labels that look too new to me , are they really originals or a re issue, albeit a legit one . They just don't look right to me ?

 

any thoughts ,and I'm sure these have been mentioned in the past but couldn't find it

 

 

Cheers

 

Swifty :thumbsup:

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You know the ones that have it mis-labled  and are on the lighter colour labels that look too new to me , are they really originals or a re issue, albeit a legit one . They just don't look right to me ?

 

any thoughts ,and I'm sure these have been mentioned in the past but couldn't find it

 

 

Cheers

 

Swifty :thumbsup:

 

I first got one late 90's so they've certainly been around a while

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I first got one late 90's so they've certainly been around a while

Pete , it's just that they look the same colour as some of the re-issued/ New  Paula stuff that was around at the time , nothing like the deep red what I would call originals ,

I had one that looked like those with a different artist each side , with different dated records . Just don't look right to me ?

 

Swifty :thumbsup:

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They are certainly legal American reissues from the 90s.

 

The fun is that they pressed the wrong track on the flipside and the longer LP version too.

 

Cheers Paul

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Is it just me or is the sound quality of the UK Contempo copy superior to the US release?

Cheers,

Dave

I think so, so your not the only one. There's 2 of us.

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They are certainly legal American reissues from the 90s.

 

The fun is that they pressed the wrong track on the flipside and the longer LP version too.

 

Cheers Paul

 

Paul , I always thought that Jewel / Paula / Ronn started re-issuing / "second-issuing" its earlier product from the late 70's/early 80's and that the Montclairs mis-label 45 dates from that time period ?

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Paul , I always thought that Jewel / Paula / Ronn started re-issuing / "second-issuing" its earlier product from the late 70's/early 80's and that the Montclairs mis-label 45 dates from that time period ?

i never saw them until late 90`s and i think they would have regularly have been seen from the 70`s onwards if pressed then

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Paul , I always thought that Jewel / Paula / Ronn started re-issuing / "second-issuing" its earlier product from the late 70's/early 80's and that the Montclairs mis-label 45 dates from that time period ?

You may well be right sunnysoul but the labels print/colouring doesn"t look 70s/80s to me. Vinyl also looks a bit too "new" if you know what I mean,

See Mr Pinches post too

 

Cheers Paul

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