Reply To: Siamese Dream colored vinyl; 3 pressings or more? You judge.
On 2007.10.01 at 7:29 pm Sven wrote:
i will check all my sd vinyls and let you know about the matrix codes. (i think they are all the same, but i’ll check again and confirm.)[/quote:368tbsld]
Jeroen, as you still have the 8 copies we scanned last Saturday, could you please do the same? Thanks.
Sven, am I correct when I state that a "different pressing" should have different matrix codes and a "different press run" is (most likely) divided by the color schemes when it comes to organizing the Siamese Dream vinyl?
In that case I would suggest the following 6 press runs for Siamese Dream (just like Cool As Ice Dream did before):
Is this a workable categorization to you all vinyl owners? In the end I want to put this in the SPfreaks Collection as 6 different item uploads, hopefully all with good examples (scans) of this colored vinyl.
And another question to you all (presuming that first record 1 is being pressed in a certain quantity, then the moulds get changed and then record 2 is being pressed, the reason why so many colorvariations can appear in the same sleeve), does this colorvariation within the same sleeve add to the collectors value of the vinyl, or not? Take for example row 6 last 4 pics (the spine close ups of the "maroon" vinyl, from an American collector) on http://www.spfreaks.com/Default.aspx?pa … &item=1102 ? In my humble opinion it doesn’t, but again, I’m no vinyl collector. I would probably pay a bit higher price for 2 records that have (almost) exactly the same color(-variation), but how do you deal with this matter? Just curious.[/quote:368tbsld]
yeah well no not per se
uhm – let’s see
i’d say these were different press runs, with identical pressings (as in music wise/master wise as in not the same as the MCIS 3LP lp Cool As Ice-Cream mentioned) hence the change in colour
also: it’s factory work to press an LP
so one guy works on LP1 and the other on LP2 or not at the same time or whatever
hence – different colours
and then someone else assembles the LPs into the sleeves
and i don’t think a pressing plant has someone look for the most matching sets